Melisa Littleton

Melisa (Naylor) Littleton
Program Coordinator, Rehabilitation and Human Services
Assistant Teaching Professor, Rehabilitation and Human Services
Center for Technology, 126
Penn State Wilkes-Barre
44 University Drive
Dallas, PA 18612

Ms. Littleton is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Safe Crisis Management Trainer as well as a Qualified Mental Health Expert: Child and Adolescent Therapist. Prior to joining Penn State, she worked at the Children’s Service Center in Wilkes-Barre.

Ms. Littleton was awarded the University College Faculty Teaching Award for 2020-21.

“Evaluating rehabilitation student attitudes toward health promotion interventions for individuals who are aging and living with functional limitations,” Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling. (January 2019)
Collaborators: Garrett Huck, Co-Author; Lorie Kramer, Co-Author

“Community context, weapon use, and victim injury: A multi-level study of offense severity in the sexual victimization of women,” American Journal of Criminal Justice. (October 2018)
Collaborators: Rick Dierenfeldt, Co-Author; Samantha Bilardi, Student Author

M.S., Community Counseling (Clinical Mental Health), University of Scranton

B.S., Psychology, Misericordia University