TIM DAILEY

TIM DAILEY

Dean of Students

Phone: 541.888.7439
Email: tdailey@socc.edu

Tim Dailey is an Associate Professor, and Director of both Student Support Services and Disability Services at Southwestern Oregon Community College. Tim has been at Southwestern for nine years. He has a Masters degree in Counseling from Arizona State University. He has taught HD 100 College Success and Survival and HD 204 Positive Psychology at Southwestern. Tim's hobbies include playing the guitar with friends, sports, listening to music, cooking and camping.
RON BELL

RON BELL

Counselor, Full Professor

Phone: 541.888.7407
Email: rbell@socc.edu

Ron Bell has taught at Southwestern since 1999 after spending a year living in Cuzco, Peru. He has two masters degrees, the MC in Counseling from Arizona State University and an MFA in Playwriting from UCLA. In addition to doing personal and career counseling, Ron has developed courses which address math and test anxiety. A life long learner, Ron's interests include Ericksonian Hypnosis, biofeedback, animation and movie making, computer programming, mathematics, piano as well as the science of golf.
Dr. Susan Stuntzner PhD

Dr. Susan Stuntzner PhD

Director of Disability Support Services, Retention Specialist / Counselor

Phone: 541.888.1578
Email: susan.stuntzner@socc.edu

Dr. Susan Stuntzner PhD, LPC, LMHP, CRC, NCC, DCC, BCPC, DAPA, FAPA, is the Director of Disability Support Services and Retention Specialist/Counselor at Southwestern Oregon Community College. Previously, she was an Assistant Professor in the field of rehabilitation counseling at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley and the University of Idaho – Coeur d’Alene. Since 1994, she has worked with individuals with disabilities in numerous employment settings. She obtained her doctoral degree in Rehabilitation Psychology at University of Wisconsin – Madison. Her research interests include: adaptation and coping with disability, resiliency, self-compassion and compassion, forgiveness and spirituality, development of intervention techniques and strategies, and mentorship of professionals with disabilities. She has written three books pertaining to coping and adaptation and/or resilience-based skills. Her works are entitled, Living with a Disability: Finding Peace Amidst the Storm, Reflections from the Past: Life Lessons for Better Living, and Resiliency and Coping: The Family After. Dr. Stuntzner has written and published articles on self-compassion, forgiveness, and resilience and their potential relationship to the needs of individuals with disabilities. She has also developed two interventions (i.e., resilience, forgiveness) for persons with disabilities to assist them in their coping process. These works are entitled, “Stuntzner and Hartley’s Life Enhancement Intervention: Developing Resiliency Skills Following Disability” and “Stuntzner’s Forgiveness Intervention: Learning to Forgive Yourself and Others”. On her free time, she enjoys spending time with her black lab and cats, outdoors, friends, sporting events, and traveling.
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