About Casey Barneson

Casey Barneson is the college counselor at Beverly Hills High School, a public high school in Beverly Hills, California and author of The College Wellness Guide: A student’s guide to managing mental, physical, and social health on campus alongside the staff of Princeton Review. Casey is a California-based college counselor with a ten-year career advising students about college admission and attendance as well as career development. Casey is a certified practitioner in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®).

She earned her M.S. in Educational Counseling from the University of La Verne (La Verne, California), where she serves as an adjunct professor and teaches graduate courses in college and career development. Casey is an active member of and presenter at the National Association for College Admission Counseling as well as the Western Association for College Admission Counseling.

In February 2019, The Princeton Review featured Casey in the company’s National School Counseling Week website tribute, 20 School Counselors Who Make a Difference.

Casey has served on advisory boards with four-year institutions and previously on the board of a non-profit scholars program giving access to students with limited college counseling. Her mission is to provide wellness, self-empowerment, and counseling to individuals seeking to find balance and purpose in living happy, healthy, and successful lives.

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2 responses to “About Casey Barneson”

  1. […] help prepare students for their future, College Counselor Casey Rowley provides a college guidance program working with students to make plans for their post high school […]

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  2. Amazing descriptions from the schools and universities that have invited her. I have passed on her blog to many interested and involved parent and students. Great resource!

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