Edina Renfro-Michel, Ph.D., LPC is an assistant professor of counseling at Montclair State University. Her research interests include developing effective hybrid and online courses; the relationship between attachment orientation, learning styles and learning outcomes in hybrid and online courses; and the relationship between attachment orientations and counseling supervision satisfaction. Edina is a peer mentor helping faculty integrate technology in their College of Education courses, and has helped design several “Tech Camps” for faculty members. Edina has used pedagogically driven technology in her courses for over six years. Her groundbreaking interactive Second Life classroom “The Theorists Project” helps counseling students from around the world understand theoretical concepts in concrete engaging ways. As a licensed counselor, Edina has worked with a variety of clients, specializing in working with  children with attachment issues and their families.

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