Carol Doyle

Carol Doyle

Associate Professor and Ecotherapies Certificate Program Director

Rogers Hall 317, MSC: 86

Carol Doyle, PhD, is an associate professor in the department of Counseling, Therapy, and School Psychology and co-director of the Ecopsychology Certificate Program. Her areas of expertise include research methods and statistics, gay & lesbian identity development, and sexual minority issues in counseling.

Personal Statement

The internship experience is one of the most important components of our program. This is where students interact with the populations and ideas they read and talk about in class while building lasting professional relationships with talented individuals in their field.

Areas of Expertise

Research Methods & Statistics, Gay & Lesbian Identity Development, Sexual Minority Issues in Counseling


  • Doyle, C. (1989). Memory loss. In G. Doyle, M. Williams, and I. Martinson (Eds.),Alzheimer’s Disease: A Modularized Approach for Home Health Aids. Albany, NY: Delmar Publishers Inc.
  • Doyle, C & Doyle, L.H. (1985). NotePro Users Manual. Learning Skills Corporation, Reno, Nevada.

Academic Credentials

PhD 1996 University of Nevada

M.Div. 1981 Boston University School of Theology

BA 1978 California State University at Fresno

Location: Rogers Hall