Kimberly Schellin-Rog, Assistant Professor of the Division of Professional Studies and Chair of Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, received her Bachelor’s in Psychology from Carthage College and her Master’s degree in Professional Counseling from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology.
She earned a Doctorate in Education with a concentration in counselor education and supervision from Argosy University. She has been an adjunct professor at Elgin Community College since 2005 in the psychology department, and an adjunct professor at Judson University in the undergraduate human services program in the graduate Clinical Counseling program since 2017. She has been working in the field of domestic violence for 18 years. She has worked with both male and female perpetrators of domestic violence, male and female victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, and children who have witnessed domestic violence or experienced sexual assault. Before coming to Judson, she was the coordinator of the domestic violence program at the Community Crisis.