Matthew L. Kane, MS/MFT

Adjunct Professor, Psychology

Matt has worked with a variety of populations in the therapeutic realm including “at-risk youth,” inmates and their families, Veterans, and the general population. Fun Fact: Matt was an athlete for much of his life and competed at the Division I level for four years near his Northeast roots.

Matt has taught Group Counseling and Counseling Theories, where he places an emphasis on multicultural competence/cultural sensitivity, “self of the therapist” development and process skill acquisition.

M.S. in Marriage and Family Therapy – Seton Hall University
Doctoral student in Counseling Psychology – University of Kansas
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