Vincent Marasco, Ph.D., LPC, NCC

Assistant Professor, Counselor Education

Vincent Marasco


Dr. Marasco teaches in the Clinical Mental Health specialty track in the Counseling program with an emphasis on sexual health and wellness, professional identity development, and clinical supervision

Research Overview

Research interests and agenda include development of sexuality-based competencies in Professional Counseling, advocacy evaluation, LGBTQGEIAP+ health and wellness, counselor education and supervision pedagogy.

I am passionate about advocating for and promoting professional counseling as a discipline, and as a way to promote individual and community mental health.

Teaching Focus

Clinical Mental Health Counseling Human Sexuality and Sexuality Counseling Multiculturalism, Social Justice, and Advocacy

Vincent Marasco


(219) 989-2693

Office Location:

Hammond CLO 396


  • PhD – Counselor Education and Supervision

Areas of Expertise

  • Sexual Health and Wellness
  • LGBTQGEIAP+ Identity
  • Counselor Education Pedagogy
  • Clinical Supervision

Credentials, Accreditations & Awards

  • Licensed Professional Counselor
  • National Certified Counselor

Curriculum Vitae