Meet Our Faculty

Amber Randolph, Ph.D., NCC

Amber RandolphAssistant Professor

Email: arandolph@sxu.edu

Area of Specialization

School Counseling and Clinical Mental Health Counseling


Dr. Randolph is a Wisconsin native (but please don’t hold that against her during football season!). She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay with a B.S. in psychology and from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh with an M.S.Ed. in professional counseling. Dr. Randolph is a Nationally Certified Counselor and has worked with individuals ages 8 to 98, in schools and in the community. She also has a certificate in gerontology from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Completing her tour of the University of Wisconsin system, Dr. Randolph held a one-year associate lecturer position in the Counseling Department at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.

Dr. Randolph earned a Ph.D. in counselor education and supervision from Ohio University in August of 2012 and began her position at Saint Xavier University that same month. Dr. Randolph is one of the core faculty members in the Graduate Counseling Program and is an advisor to the school counseling students. Her research interests focus on preparing future counselors and working with vulnerable populations. Dr. Randolph enjoys involving students in research, most recently presenting with two SXU students at a national counseling conference in New York City. She is excited to continue working with and learning from the wonderful people at Saint Xavier University!

Courses Offered

Selected Publications

Randolph, A. L., Hruby, B. T. & Sharif, S. Counseling women who have experiencedpregnancy loss: A review of the literature. ADULTSPAN, In Press.

Glance, D., Fanning, G. G., Schoepke, A. L., Soto, W. & Williams, M. A. (2012).  Gatekeeping in counselor education. In Ideas and Research you Can Use: VISTAS  2012. Retrieved from http://www.counseling.org/Resources.

Selected Honors 

Donald A. Green Memorial Award, Ohio University College of Education, May 2011

Graduate Honors Award, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Office of Graduate Studies, April 2009