Linda Relyea

Guler earns Adams State University master’s degree

ALAMOSA, CO. (June 28, 2022) – Alicia Guler learned the true value of being able to support others through their growth and healing from her own experiences in counseling. She chose to pursue her Master of Arts at Adams State University because of the program’s accredited status and flexible schedule. “Because of the format of this program, I was better able to balance life and school.” She also felt the internship requirements would prepare her for the field after attaining licensure.

She received her master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling at the 2022 spring commencement ceremony.

Throughout the process, Fort Collins native, Guler felt supported by the faculty, particularly Laura Bruneau, Ph.D., professor of counselor education; Mark Manzanares, Ph.D., professor of counselor education; Jonathan Benz, Ph.D., assistant professor of counselor education; and Caitlyn Nelei-Nunnemaker, Ph.D., adjunct instructor of counselor education

She plans to pursue a doctorate at University of Northern Colorado. “Overall, I am thrilled to continue my work at a Ph.D. level and know that my time at Adams State University has helped me grow into the clinician I will soon become.”


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Alicia Guler