Educ 570 Attachment and Defiant School Child
Educ 605 Cognition and Learning
Psyc 320 Psychology of Learning
Psyc 380 Adolescent Psychology
Psyc 450 Abnormal Psychology
Sowk 320 Assessment, Evaluation, and Casework Management
1973 – Ed.D. in Educational Psychology (Indiana University-Bloomington)
1964 – M.A. in School Counseling (University of Detroit)
1959 – B.A. in Theology (Catholic University of America)
1955 – B.A. in Philosophy (University of Dayton)
Dr. Mark Beischel is a Professor of Psychology for the School of Education at Peru State College in Peru, Nebraska. His primary responsibilities include teaching undergraduate psychology courses and graduate courses in area of educational psychology.
A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Dr. Beischel holds bachelor degrees in Philosophy and Theology from the University of Dayton and the Catholic University of America. His Master’s degree is in Counseling and Guidance from the University of Detroit. He completed his doctorate at Indiana University’s Institute of Child Study through an EPDA fellowship in 1973. He taught in high school from 1959 to 1969. He also taught at Calumet College where he also served as the Dean of Students and the Director of the Elementary Education Program. He came to the Omaha area in 1978 to teach at Creighton University. He also worked in the State Penitentiary, psychiatric hospitals and private practice as a licensed psychologist specializing in disruptive behavior disorders.
For most of his professional career Dr. Beischel has been very active in presenting professional continuing education workshops. Currently he runs a national workshop on “Attachment and Emotional Regulation.” Dr. Beischel is currently writing a book titled “Attachment Tales Resolved, A Primer for Parents, Teachers and Therapists” that is expected to be published this Fall.
He resides at home in Bellevue, Nebraska with his wife, Dr. Christine Beischel, and son, Mark Everett. He also has three adopted children and six grandchildren.