Dr. Mychail Scheramic started his new position as director of the University Counseling Center last month.
“Dr. Scheramic brings over 20 years of counseling and leadership experience to his new role at UT,” Dr. Kaye M. Patten, senior vice president for student affairs, said.His experience includes inpatient and outpatient therapy, and supervision of counselors, graduate students and interns through an American Psychology Association-accredited internship consortium.
“I am excited about learning more about the students, faculty and staff, and how I can help contribute to UT’s success,” Scheramic said. “I am proud to lead our efforts in the University Counseling Center and look forward to working with our students and staff.”
Previously, he worked as chief executive officer at the Northwest Ohio Psychiatric Hospital, where he was responsible for the administration of mental health/clinical programs and the development and management of innovative counseling techniques serving a diverse population of clients.
Scheramic has numerous publications to his credit that address critical issues in areas of behavior management and counseling.
The Toledo native received an MBA from UT, and master of arts and doctoral degree from the Forrest Institute of Professional Psychology, Wheeling, Ill.