Counseling and Career Services is made up of a highly qualified group of individuals who are committed to providing the best service possible. You may contact any of our staff members who will be glad to assist you. See the directory below for more information about each staff member.
Kristen Demay, MA
Kristen is a professional counselor and tenured academic faculty member at TMCC. She enjoys helping students create and achieve personal goals in many areas such as academics, career, relationships, communication, stress, math and test anxiety, emotional difficulty and health and wellness. Kristen has worked with the College Achievement Program (CAP) and the Success First Summer Bridge program assisting first generation and low income college students. Kristen also teaches EPY 101: Educational, Career and Personal Development, a course designed to instill college success skills and enrich students academically, personally and professionally. Kristen serves on several Faculty Senate committees and served one term as at-large senator on the TMCC Faculty Senate. Kristen earned a master's degree in counseling and educational psychology from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2003 and became a counselor at TMCC in 2006. Previously, at UNR, she was responsible for coordinating and providing training in substance abuse prevention in the community and taught CEP 255: Substance Abuse Prevention at UNR. Her interests include family, friends, cooking, hiking, snowboarding, traveling, writing poems and spending time at Lake Tahoe.
Erin Frock, MA
Erin is a professional counselor and a tenured academic faculty member at TMCC. She provides a human-centered, holistic approach to working with students, focusing on personal counseling issues and career exploration. In addition, Erin coordinates and teaches EPY 101: Educational, Career and Personal Development, a course designed to assist students with being successful in and out of the classroom. She is also certified as an On Course trainer for EPY. Erin serves on a variety of committees at TMCC including Faculty Senate, Recognition and Activities, and Student Appeals. She earned her master's degree in counseling and educational psychology from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2005.