Professor Chris Sink
Christopher A. Sink, Ph.D., NCC, LMHC, professor of
counsellor Education at Seattle Pacific University (16+ years), has
been actively involved with the school counselling profession for
nearly 30 years.
Prior to serving as a counsellor educator, he worked as a
secondary and post-secondary counsellor. He has many years of
editorial experience in counselling-related journals and has
published extensively in the areas of school counselling and
Professor Sink is an advocate for systemic and strengths-based
school-based counselling. Currently, his research agenda includes
program evaluation, research methods in school counselling, and
spirituality as an important feature of adolescent resiliency.
Sink’s (2011) latest book published by Brooks/Cole is called Mental
Health Interventions for School counsellors, and Sink, Edwards, and
Eppler's book Group counselling in the Schools is to be published
by Brooks/Cole. On a personal note, Chris is genuine Anglophile and
roots for Liverpool FC.
For further information, please see his professional website: