Judy Skorek, EdD
Associate Professor of Counselor Education
Director of Clinical Training
College of Graduate and Innovative Programs
Dr. Skorek teaches College Planning, Counseling and Consulting in the Schools, Program Development and Organization, Career Counseling, as well as practicum and internship courses at Concordia University Chicago. Among her areas of expertise are workplace bullying, domestic violence and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
In the counselor graduate program, Dr. Skorek supports students with capstone projects and advises counseling graduate students. Previously, she served as a counseling faculty member and assistant director of the Women’s Center at Northern Illinois University. She has been a member of Concordia’s faculty since 2007.
- EdD, Counseling. Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Ill.
- MSEd, Counselor Education. Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Ill.
- BS, Mathematics. University of Illinois, Urbana, Ill.
Academic and Professional Highlights
- “What Human Resource Professionals Need to Know About Workplace Bullying.” DeKalb County Human Resource Managers Association meeting, DeKalb, Ill., April 2010.
- “Identification of Counseling Interventions Used to Assist Targets of Workplace Bullying.” Northern Illinois Employee Assistance Professionals Association, Glenview, Ill., October 2008.
- “Honoring the Community of Safe Campus Environments for Students and Employees: Identifying and Preventing Workplace Bullying.” National Career Development Association, Chicago, July 2006.