C. Timothy Dickel

C. Timothy Dickel, EdD, NCC

Indiana University - Bloomington
Professor of Education
ctdickel@creighton.edu

Charles Timothy (Tim) Dickel is currently Professor of Education and directs the graduate program in school counseling and preventive mental health. He received his bachelor's degree in psychology from Whitman College, Wall Walla, Washington, a master's degree in counseling and doctorate in counselor education from Indiana University. He holds a graduate certificate in gerontology from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Dr. Dickel teaches undergraduate (a Magis Core Understanding Social Science course) and graduate courses in child and adolescent development in Creighton's teacher education program, as well as Issues in Child and Adolescent Development for School Counselors, Theoretical Perspectives in School Counseling, Data-Driven Perspectives in School Counseling, Career Perspectives for Children and Adolescents, Group Counseling Approaches for Children and Adolescents - Group Dynamics, Group Counseling Approaches for Children and Adolescents - Classroom Guidance, and Group Counseling Approaches for Children and Adolescents - Small Group Counseling in the master's program in counseling, and a Magis Core Doing Social Science and Designated Statistical Reasoning course.

Dr. Dickel has published on such subjects as prevention models for mental health, counseling in gerontology, adult development, technology skills in teacher and counselor education, and Jesuit values in distance education.

Dr. Dickel has served as a member of several community boards and a grant evaluator for the City of Omaha's domestic violence grant activities. He has also served Catholic education as a member of the school boards of St. James/Seton, St. Pius/St. Leo's and the Archdiocese of Omaha.

Dr. Dickel has held leadership positions at Creighton as chair of the Education Department, assistant to the dean and associate dean of the Creighton College of Arts and Sciences, and dean of University College and Summer Sessions, as well as serving as Creighton’s faculty athletics representative to the NCAA and the Missouri Valley Conference (1986-2010). He currently is an elected representative to the Faculty Senate of the Creighton College of Arts and Sciences and to the University Faculty Council and Academic Council.

Dr. Dickel is available for presentations, workshops, and consultations related to

  • distance education
  • primary mental health prevention activities
  • understanding and dealing with violence in communities
  • reflective practice in teaching, counseling, and leadership
  • assessment and evaluation of curriculum and grants

12/2016