A faculty member in the UGA College of Education was recently appointed to the editorial board of The Counseling Psychologist, the flagship journal of counseling psychology.
Collette Chapman-Hilliard, an assistant professor in the department of counseling and human development services, is one of 38 faculty members serving on the editorial board for the journal, which has published articles in areas of multiculturalism, research methods, assessment, social justice and training and supervision for more than 40 years.
She is now in her second academic year as a tenure-track assistant professor at UGA. Prior to joining the UGA faculty, Chapman-Hilliard was an assistant professor in the department of psychology and clinical mental health counseling program at the City University of New York. She received her doctorate from the University of Texas at Austin, and has received professional honors from the American Psychological Association.
Her research, publications and presentations investigate the intersection of race and mental health as it relates to history, identity and social justice.
Chapman-Hilliard joins fellow UGA faculty member Bernadette Heckman on the editorial board.
The Counseling Psychologist publishes current research articles related to the science and practice of counseling psychology.
Related links: Department of Counseling and Human Development Services