Glenn Lambie, Ph.D., NCC, NCS, CCMHC
Professor and Chair
Department of Child, Family, and Community Sciences
Office: ED 209 E
Dr. Glenn Lambie serves as the Chair for the Department of Child, Family, and Community Sciences and is a Professor of Counselor Education. He served as the Associate Chair for the Department of Child, Family, and Community Sciences (2013-2014) and as the School Counseling Program Director for the UCF Counselor Education Program (2005-2014).
Dr. Lambie earned his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Richmond, a Master’s degree in Counselor Education from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), an advanced certificate in Professional Counseling from the Medical College of Virginia/VCU, and a doctoral degree in Counselor Education from The College of William & Mary. Dr. Lambie is a National Certified Counselor (NCC), a National Certified School Counselor (NCSC), and a Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor (CCMHC), and was a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of North Carolina, and held a Pupil Personnel License in Secondary School Counseling in the Commonwealth of Virginia and a North Carolina School Counselor (K-12) License. He has practiced in the field of counseling and counselor education for over 20 years. Prior to coming to UCF, Dr. Lambie was a Counselor Educator at Chapman University (Orange, CA.) and Appalachian State University (Boone, NC.). He has also worked as a family and individual therapist, and as a professional school counselor.
Dr. Lambie is active in the areas of scholarship, research, and professional service. He is recognized for his research, teaching, and mentorship at the national level and at UCF. Specifically, Dr. Lambie is a fellow of the American Counseling Association (ACA) and was the recipient of national awards from ACA, the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES), and the Association for Assessment and Research in Counseling (AARC). At UCF, Dr. Lambie was the recipient of the University Excellence in Graduate Teaching Award; the University Award for Faculty Excellence in Mentoring Doctoral Students in the Social Sciences, Humanities, Education, Business, Fine Arts, and Health Sciences; and the College of Education and Human Performance’s Excellence in Research Award. In addition, Dr. Lambie served on the editorial boards for the national refereed journals, Professional School Counseling, the Journal of Counseling & Development, and Counselor Education & Supervision. He also served on the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) Ethics Committee and was an on-site team member for CACREP. Dr. Lambie's areas of research include (a) counseling children and adolescents, (b) counselor development and supervision, and (c) professional school counseling.