I am an associate professor of counseling in the Department of Counseling and Educational Leadership in the College of Education and Human Services. My doctorate in Counselor Education with a minor in School Psychology was earned from Mississippi State University. At the University of New Orleans I earned a Master's in Education in Human Services Counseling and a Bachelor's of Education in Elementary Education and Early Childhood. I have teaching experience at the University, Community College, and K-12 levels. My counseling specialty areas are: attachment, supervision, sexual abuse, reducing conflict in residence halls, integrating technology into pedagogy, the effectiveness of hybrid classes and infusing technology into coursework. I was a co-PI for the NSF funded iSECURE grant. I am also co-editor of the book "Using Technology to Enhance Clinical Supervision" published by the American Counseling Association.
Integrating Technology into Pedagogy