Associate Professor Emeritus Reid D. Stevens retired from USM in 2013 after serving 28 years in the Counselor Education Program. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in 1971 from Suffolk University in Boston, his Master’s in 1973 from the University of Maine and his Ph.D. in Counseling and Human Development Services from the University of Georgia in 1981. From 1981 to 1985 he was an assistant professor in the Counseling Program at North Dakota State University.
Reid’s scholarship and teaching interests include: substance abuse, psychological trauma, the application of mind/body techniques in counseling, and spirituality and religion. He is a Mental Health Technician with the American Red Cross and conducts critical incident stress debriefings with local fire and rescue personnel. He has served on the Maine Board of Counseling Professionals for the past nine years. He holds national professional counselor certifications in rehabilitation, and addiction, in addition to being a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Maine.
Reid enjoys family (including his dog, Abbie), nature, good people, and quiet.