Cheryl Janzen (Ed.S., L.P.C., NCC, NCSC) holds credentials in Michigan and Tennessee as a school counselor (preK-12), a certified Language Arts instructor (7-12), a certified Speech and Communication Arts instructor (7-12), and a licensed professional counselor. In 2015 she earned an Ed.S. in Curriculum and Instruction. Additionally, she carries national board certifications as a general counselor and a school counselor. She began her educational career in 1996 as an English and Speech teacher at Roosevelt High School in Wyandotte, Michigan. She transitioned to high school counseling in 2000 when she accepted a position at Franklin High School in Livonia.
Ms. Janzen’s expertise in the high school and post-secondary planning area is acknowledged across Michigan and Tennessee. She worked with Eastern Michigan University’s Dr. Suzanne Dugger (formerly Hobson) to co-author a book chapter on secondary educational planning entitled, Educational planning: Helping students build lives by choice, not by chance. This chapter was published in 2004 in the nationally disseminated book, Professional School Counseling: A Handbook of Theories, Programs & Practices.