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John P. Duggan EdD, LPC, LCPC

Manager, Professional Development, American Counseling Association

John P. Duggan, MA Th, EdD, LPC, LCPC
Senior Manager of Continuing and Professional Education, American Counseling Association

John P. Duggan, MA Th, EdD, LCPC, LPC earned a Doctor of Education degree in Counselor Education and Supervision at Argosy University, Northern Virginia (CACREP). Dr. Duggan is also a graduate of Marymount University in Arlington, VA, with an MA in Counseling Psychology (CACREP) and of the Washington Theological Union in Washington, DC, with an MA in Theology. John is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and a board-approved supervisor in the State of Maryland. He is also a Licensed Professional Counselor in the Commonwealth of Virginia and the District of Columbia.

Dr. Duggan’s professional experiences include founding and managing a private practice, serving as the clinical director for in-home counseling services for Seniors and Persons with Disabilities, and providing crisis services in a hospital emergency services department. He is trained in disaster mental health response interventions and has volunteered as a crisis counselor and Emergency Communications Radio Operator for the Arlington County, Virginia’s Office of Emergency Management (Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service protocol).

Dr. Duggan was a member of the Montgomery County, Maryland Task Force on Hoarding Behavior. He serves as staff liaison for the American Counseling Association’s Professional Standards Committee and is a subcommittee member charged to recommend regulatory updates for the Board of Professional Counseling in the District of Columbia. Dr. Duggan frequently guest lectures on humanistic-existential issues in counseling, ethics, ethical practice, private practice management, risk management, and clinical care. He is a 2019-2020 “emerging leader” with the Association of Humanistic Counseling, which is a founding division of the American Counseling Association.

As an adjunct assistant professor in counseling, Dr. Duggan teaches graduate-level courses for clinical mental health and school counseling programs. Topics include ethics and professional orientation, advanced ethics and law, human development theory, psychopathology, diagnostics, internship in counseling, and other courses.

John is Senior Manager of Continuing and Professional Education for the American Counseling Association. He oversees ethics, counseling professional practice, continuing professional development initiatives, and multimedia educational productions.

John P. Duggan, MA Th, EdD, LPC, LCPC
Senior Manager of Cntinuing and Professional Education, American Counseling Association

John P. Duggan, MA Th, EdD, LCPC, LPC earned a Doctor of Education degree in Counselor Education and Supervision at Argosy University, Northern Virginia (CACREP). Dr. Duggan is also a graduate of Marymount University in Arlington, VA, with an MA in Counseling Psychology (CACREP) and of the Washington Theological Union in Washington, DC, with an MA in Theology. John is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and a board-approved supervisor in the State of Maryland. He is also a Licensed Professional Counselor in the Commonwealth of Virginia and the District of Columbia.

Dr. Duggan’s professional experiences include founding and managing a private practice, serving as the clinical director for in-home counseling services for Seniors and Persons with Disabilities, and providing crisis services in a hospital emergency services department. He is trained in disaster mental health response interventions and has volunteered as a crisis counselor and Emergency Communications Radio Operator for the Arlington County, Virginia’s Office of Emergency Management (Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service protocol).

Dr. Duggan was a member of the Montgomery County, Maryland Task Force on Hoarding Behavior. He serves as staff liaison for the American Counseling Association’s Professional Standards Committee and is a subcommittee member charged to recommend regulatory updates for the Board of Professional Counseling in the District of Columbia. Dr. Duggan frequently guest lectures on humanistic-existential issues in counseling, ethics, ethical practice, private practice management, risk management, and clinical care. He is a 2019-2020 “emerging leader” with the Association of Humanistic Counseling, which is a founding division of the American Counseling Association.

As an adjunct assistant professor in counseling, Dr. Duggan teaches graduate-level courses for clinical mental health and school counseling programs. Topics include ethics and professional orientation, advanced ethics and law, human development theory, psychopathology, diagnostics, internship in counseling, and other courses.

John is Senior Manager of Continuing and Professional Education for the American Counseling Association. He oversees ethics, counseling professional practice, continuing professional development initiatives, and multimedia educational productions.


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