credential, a license to practice counseling in North Carolina (LPC), and a National Counseling credential (NCC). Dr. Gill has extensive counseling and related experience including crisis services manager, inpatient unit counselor, and crisis services clinician covering three hospital emergency departments, and UNC-G university clinic counselor. Dr. Gill has presented locally, nationally, and internationally on a variety of theoretical and research based topics. She has been published on the following topics: Wellness theory for counselors, ethical issues, distance supervision, spirituality and religion in counseling, poor, rural women, forgiveness, substance use disorder and recently on the Spiritual Competency Scale (SCS). She is a co-author on the Learning Companion to the DSM-5, a textbook published by ACA. Dr. Gill is a member of ACA, Associate for Counselor Educator and Supervisor (ACES), and the Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling (ASERVIC). Her interests center on spirituality and counseling and she has worked for ASERVIC as newsletter editor, secretary, board member, membership committee co-chair, conference committee co-chair and is a past president of that organization.