Dr. Meredith Drew

Assistant Professor of Psychology
Intership Coordinator for Psychology & Counseling Graduate Programs
Phone: ext. 2254
Email: drewm@centenarycollege.edu

Academic Accomplishments

  • Ph.D. Counselor Education & Supervision, Walden University, 2013
  • MS in Education with a Concentration in Counseling & Personnel Services, Fordham University, 2002
  • BA in Psychology, College of Saint Elizabeth, 2000


  • LPC: Licensed Professional Counselor, NJ
  • NCC: National Certified Counselor
  • ACS: Approved Clinical Supervisor
  • Certified School Counselor, NJ
  • Certificate of Eligibility, Student Assistance Coordinator, NJ
  • Certificate of Eligibility, Teacher of Psychology, NJ


Dr. Drew has extensive experience as a school counselor and has previously worked with the homeless, substance abuse, and adolescent population. Her areas of interests and research include online education, examining the role of personal counseling with emerging students from graduate programs, supervision of counselors, and wellness counseling for the counselor and client. Dr. Drew is a member of the ACA, ACES, NARACES, NJCA, and NJACES. In addition, she is the Secretary for NJACES. Dr. Drew serves as a member of the Juvenile Conference Committee in Morris County. Dr. Drew was honored with the 2012-2013 United Methodist Exemplary Teaching Award. Dr. Drew was also selected as an Emerging Leader in the field of Counselor Education by ACES & NARACES.


Drew, M., Ordway, A.S, & Stauffer, M.D. (2014). The secret and
      all-consuming obsessions: Eating disorders. In D. Capuzzi &
      D.R. Gross (Eds.), Youth at risk: A prevention resource for
      counselors, teachers, and parents (6th ed.) pp. 197-228.
      Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association. 
      Available hereĀ»

Platt, A. & Drew, M. (2013). Career counseling. In D. Capuzzi &
      D.R. Gross (Eds. Introduction to the counseling profession
      (6th ed.) pp. 369-395. New York, NY: Routledge.   Available hereĀ»

Meredith Drew
Meredith Drew