ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Kevin Kuczynski is a high school counselor in Warren, Michigan. His responsibilities include providing responsive services within the comprehensive school counseling program. These services consist of counseling, consultation, referral, peer mediation or any other activity to meet the immediate needs of students. He also assists in coordinating ongoing systemic activities to assist students in establishing personal goals and developing future plans including college and career planning. Previously, he was an elementary counselor where he provided academic, emotional, and behavioral support services to teachers, students, and their parents. He also co-wrote and implemented a guidance curriculum in an effort to establish a district wide elementary counseling curriculum for students in grades K-5. This consisted of classroom guidance as well as group and individual counseling among other components. Additionally, he also brings a wealth of private practice experience where he specialized in adolescent, family, and marital therapy. He received his bachelor's degree from Cedarville University and his master’s degree from Liberty University. He has been involved with various professional organizations over the years including the Macomb County Counseling Association. He is a current member of the American School Counseling Association and currently serves on the advisory board for a large private counseling center in Southeast Michigan. He has published in the Student Assistance Journal, WebMD, as well as other resources. He lives in Macomb, Michigan with his wife Jennifer, their two children Hannah and Ty, and their puppies Reesie and Bear. In his spare time he loves playing golf, running, watching sports, takes Florida vacations to Disney World, and spending time with his family.