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Dr. Adrianne Trogden

Dr. Adrianne Trogden
Title:
Assistant Professor
Office:
By Appointment Only
Bio:

Education:
Ph.D. Counselor Education and Supervision, University of New Orleans, 2017
M.A. Community Counseling, Indiana Wesleyan University, 2004
B.A. Elementary Education, Milligan College, 2002

Bio:
Dr. Adrianne Trogden is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Supervisor, Licensed Addiction Counselor and Supervisor, and currently owns a counseling and consulting practice in New Orleans, Louisiana. Dr. Trogden has 17+ years of post-graduate clinical experience working in both mental health and addiction fields since 2002 in a variety of areas, including: home-based counseling, addiction treatment, dual-diagnosis, partial hospitalization with adolescents, private practice, transitional housing for women, children services, Homebuilders, military, family court, and juvenile court.  Dr. Trogden is trained in EMDR, Acudetox, Parenting Coordination, and Divorce/Family Mediation.  Prior to becoming faculty at University of the Cumberlands, she was an adjunct assistant professor at the University of New Orleans where she taught substance abuse counseling, group counseling, theories, and human sexuality. She has also taught internationally at the University of Malta. As a member of numerous professional organizations, Dr. Trogden has presented at local, state, national, and international conferences on topics related to counseling.  Her research and presentation interests include the training and supervision of addiction counselors, gender identity and expression, legislative advocacy, and leadership in the counseling profession.  Dr. Trogden has been active in her state professional associations in a variety of leadership positions.  Dr. Trogden resides in New Orleans, LA and enjoys traveling, reading, live music, and cheering on the New Orleans Saints. 


Publications/Presentations/Lectures: Publications:
Trogden, A. and Gow, L. Kalo (Accepted for publication). Performing gender. Journal of Arts 
Management, Law and Society.

Trogden, A. (2017).  A Qualitative Study to Explore Clinical Supervisors' Perceptions of How Personal Recovery Influences Their Supervision (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from University of New Orleans Theses and Dissertations. (2316)

Trogden, A. (2016).  Anger management.  In. J. Carlson and S. Dermer (Eds.). SAGE encyclopedia of marriage, family, and couples counseling.  Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.

Presentations:
Trogden, A. (October 2019). Together we thrive. Louisiana Counseling Association Conference 
Luncheon, New Orleans, LA.

Podesta, A. and Trogden, A. (September 2019). Ask the doctor. Louisiana Counseling Association 
Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Trogden, A. (August 2019). DSM-5 co-occurring disorder differential diagnosis in addiction. Counsel 
NOLA, New Orleans, LA.

Trogden, A. (August 2019). Sexuality and addictions. Counsel NOLA, New Orleans, LA.

Trogden, A. (July 2019). Treacherous territory: Ethics of clinical supervision. Louisiana Association of Substance Abuse Counselors and Trainers Conference, Baton Rouge, LA.

Trogden, A. (October 2018). Collaboration among addiction counselors: Advocating for our clients and our profession. Louisiana Counseling Association Conference, Baton Rouge, LA.

Faculty Expertise:
Addiction, Supervision