Lorene R. Heuvelman-Hutchinson, Ed.D.

Headshot Faculty Lorene Heuvelman Hutchinson

Associate Provost
Undergraduate Programs and Academic Administration
864.663.0069
linwood.hagin@ngu.edu
Departments: Interdisciplinary Studies and General Studies, Psychology
Location: Tigerville, SC

“The difference between school and life? In school, you're taught a lesson and then given a test. In life, you're given a test that teaches you a lesson.” --Tom Bodett
  • Teaching & Education

    You will learn with me when taking courses in Lifespan Developmental, Learning, Research, and General Psychology. Within the department of Interdisciplinary Studies, I teach Student Integration of Interdisciplinarity during sophomore, junior, and senior Capstone courses.

    Degrees

    B.S. Psychology, Illinois State University
    M.S. Clinical Psychology, Illinois State University
    Ed.S. School Psychology, University of South Florida
    Ed.D. Education, Liberty University
    Psy.D. California Southern University (candidate)

  • Professional Experience

    My experience includes 12 years as a school psychologist in the public schools in four different states. I have taught psychology courses at the university level for 11 years at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. I have 10 years of private practice experience as a licensed professional counselor and a school psychologist.

  • Articles Published

    Rockinson-Szapkiw, A., & Heuvelman-Hutchinson, L. R. (2018). A predictive model for TCK identity development: What role do faith development and religious motivation play?, Journal of Counseling and Psychology, 2(1), Article 4.

    Rockinson-Szapkiw, A., Spaulding, L. S., & Heuvelman-Hutchinson, L. R. (2014). Connecting online: Can social networking and other technology support doctoral connectedness? Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practices.

    Rockinson-Szapkiw, A., & Heuvelman-Hutchinson, L. R. (2015). Sigmund Freud and
    Psychoanalysis. In Kurian, T.G. & M. Lamport (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Christian education.
    Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.

    Heuvelman-Hutchinson, L. R. (2012). The effect different synchronous computer mediums have on distance education graduate students’ sense of community and feelings of loneliness.
    Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA.

    Hutchinson, L. (2007). Patience is a verb. Command: Christian Perspectives on Life in the
    Military, 56(3), 10-11.

    Heuvelman, L. (1998). Seizure Disorder. In Helping Children Grow. Silver Springs, MD: National Association of School Psychologists.

    Heuvelman, L. & Canter, A. (1998). Seizure Disorder: A handout for parents. In Helping Children Grow. Silver Springs, MD: National Association of School Psychologists.

    Heuvelman, L. (1994). Evaluation of the Rising Star program at West Tampa Elementary School:1993-1994 Report and 1991-1994 summative evaluation. Unpublished, Hillsborough County Schools, Tampa FL.

    Heuvelman, L. (1992). Seizures. In Helping children grow up in the 90’s: A resource book for
    parents and teachers. Silver Springs, MD: National Association of School Psychologists,
    309-311.

    Graybill, D. & Heuvelman, L. (1993). Validity of the Children’s Picture Frustration Study:
    A social-cognitive perspective. Journal of Personality Assessment, 60(2), 379-
    389.

    Heuvelman, L.R. & Graybill, D. (1990). Assessment of children’s fantasies with the
    Make a Picture Story: Validity and norms. Journal of Personality Assessment,
    55(4), 217-226.

     

  • Awards Received

    Undergraduate Honors Mentorship Award
    Graduate Research Grant

  • My Network

    I will gladly involve you in my circle that includes my private practice located in Simpsonville, SC. A large majority of my work is with individuals and couples. I additionally completely psychoeducational evaluations for autism, ADHD, and learning disabilities. 

  • My Story

    I have always wondered about human behavior even as young as a middle schooler. Why people do what they do was fascinating.

    Favorite Course to Teach:

    Psychology of Learning. I run a rat lab and it is the most enjoying experience to watch students apply their learning to an actual animal.

     

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