Kyle D. Baldwin

Clinical Professor of Counseling and Clinical Practice and Assessment Coordinator for Graduate Program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Rollins College, Winter Park, FL.  Courses have included Human Growth and Development; Individual/Group Assessment and Treatment Planning; Group Dynamics and Process; Advanced Theory and Practice in Group Counseling; Statistics, Research Methods and Program Evaluation; Counseling Theories and Practice; Career and Lifestyle Development; Pre-Practica (Mental Health Counseling and Social Justice & Advocacy); Practicum and Internship I; and Internship II in a Mental Health Setting.   

Previous employers include the Directors Guild of America, Los Angeles; Republic Pictures Corporation; WFTS-TV 28; and Instructional Television Fixed Service.  Credits include producer, director, writer, script supervisor, production coordinator, assistant director, camera/tape operator, master control operator and website content creator.  Licensed FCC radio operator.  Education includes BA, Mass Communications - Broadcast Programming and Production; AA, Fine Arts - Emphasis in Cinematography; Graduate Studies in Master of Fine Arts Program, Communication Arts - Film Production (ABD); and Certificate Program in Film, Television, Video, and Multimedia.

Psychotherapist and Qualified Supervisor for Registered Mental Health Counselor Interns in Florida.  Credentials include Licensed Mental Health Counselor, National Certified Counselor, Master Addictions Counselor, Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor, and Clinical Sexologist.  Work experience in a variety of settings, including private practice, community mental health and substance abuse agencies, school districts, and FL Department of Education.  Education includes EdD, Counseling Psychology, and MA, Mental Health Counseling. Clinical interests include counselor wellness and counselor education & supervision.