Kevin Tate, Ph.D

Associate Professor
(585) 395-5493
Office: Brown Building 250


Dr. Kevin Tate joined the Department of Counselor Education in 2018. Before joining the SUNY Brockport community, Dr. Tate worked in a variety of roles (counselor, career educator, teacher, supervisor, administrator, counselor educator), settings (community-based human services, community college, public four-year university, mid-sized private university, small liberal arts college), and regions (Southern, Midwestern, and Northeastern U.S.).

His scholarly interest and work include access/inclusion/success in education and career development, particularly for those who have been historically marginalized.


  • Doctor of Philosophy in Counselor Education from University of Florida, Gainesville (CACREP Accredited), May 2011
    • Specialization: Mental Health Counseling
  • Masters of Education & Education Specialist in Mental Health Counseling from University of Florida, Gainesville (CACREP Accredited), December 2007
  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology from University of Florida, Gainesville, December 2003

Licensure & Certification

  • Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) State of New York
  • Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI®) Certified Center for Application of Psychology Type, Gainesville, FL