Teresa Huff-Pomstra, Ph.D.

Adjunct Professor, Psychology

Dr. Huff-Pomstra currently works at the University of Missouri–Kansas City at Counseling Services where she works with a diverse population of students and presenting concerns. Her areas of clinical interest include anxiety, depression, grief, couples’ issues, interpersonal skill-building, spiritual concerns, and the development of intersecting identities, particularly with LGBTQIA students who identify as religious or spiritual.  Beyond her clinical work, Dr. Huff-Pomstra serves as the Outreach Coordinator, planning and providing psychoeducational events that highlight mental health prevention, concerns, and intervention.  She has taught courses in helping skills for counseling, and college preparation and success with undergraduate students. When not working, Dr. Huff-Pomstra spends time with her partner exploring local eateries, bookstores, and coffee shops, all in the hunt for the perfect cup of joe! Dr. Huff-Pomstra has taught the graduate course The Helping Relationship I.

M.S. in Counseling Psychology – Avila University
Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology – University of North Dakota
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