L. Kenneth Chew, PhD
Director, Indiana State University Counseling Center
Dr. Chew has been the Director of the ISU Student Counseling Center since 2007. In addition to his administrative functions as Director of the SCC, his other responsibilities include: administrator for student health insurance, primary university contact for UAP clinic, oversight of TB testing for International students, university HIPAA officer, coordination and facilitation of the Student Affairs Behavior Assessment Team (SABAT), campus and community liaisons, and coordinator of the Performance Excellence Program. Dr. Chew received his doctorate from the Virginia Consortium Program in Clinical Psychology in 2001 and completed his undergraduate work at Jamestown College, where he majored in Psychology with a minor in Fine Art. Dr. Chew’s training and professional experiences include: the Hampton Roads VA Hospital, where he worked with drug and alcohol patients; the College of William & Mary Student Counseling Center, where he did a concentration in the counseling of college students with a specific focus in the counseling of athletes; New Mexico State University Student Counseling Center for internship; and the Washington D.C . Public Schools, where he did clinical and psycho-educational assessments on children, adolescents, and young adults for over two years. His professional interests include the counseling of athletes, performance enhancement, drug and alcohol issues, multicultural counseling, facilitation of professional and personal development training, and outreach programming. He has been at ISU since January of 2002.