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Frankie Tack M.S., AADC, CCS, NCC

Frankie Tack

Service Assistant Professor, Multidisciplinary Studies & Minors Coordinator 304-293-2270 504K Allen Hall Curriculum Vitae (PDF)

  • M.S., Community Counseling, Western Carolina University 
  • B.S., Industrial Engineering, North Carolina State University

Frankie Tack is a Clinical Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the Multidisciplinary Studies Program and minors in the Department of Counseling and Learning Sciences at West Virginia University. She has worked and taught in the addiction field for twenty-five years, with special interests in families affected by addiction, Drug Court, tobacco use disorder, and the LGBTQ+ population. Frankie is a West Virginia certified advanced addiction counselor, a certified clinical supervisor, and a certified tobacco treatment specialist.

Courses Taught

  • COUN 240: Introduction to Addiction Studies
  • COUN 250: Addiction Screening & Assessment
  • COUN 350: Families & Addiction
  • COUN 440: Addiction Studies Capstone

Areas of Expertise

Addiction Studies

Published Work