Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling and Human Development Services (Professional Counseling)
Primary focus of research is using the Ecological Model of School Counseling as a foundation for working collaboratively with schools and districts to develop comprehensive assessments of student needs and design, implement, and evaluate collaborative, participatory action research projects based on the identified needs of the schools. Other research areas include school counselors as leaders, advocates, and collaborative change agents; privilege and ally identity construction; and group work process and outcomes in schools.
|PhD||Counseling Psychology||University of Georgia||2004|
|MEd||School Counseling||University of Virginia||1996|
|BA||Psychology||University of the South - Sewanee||1992|