Dr. Jasmine Graham is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Counseling and Counselor Education. Her area of interest includes comprehensive and transformation urban school counseling, school-family-community collaboration, and the notion of Strong Black Womanhood and its broader implications for women's education, communities, and health. Dr. Graham has held a variety of leadership roles in counseling program leadership, development, and accreditation. Prior to her career in academia, Dr. Graham was a practicing mental health counselor specializing in school-based intervention and family development.
EDUC-G 523, Laboratory in Counseling
EDUC-G 550, Internship in Counseling
Honors & Awards
Dr. Daya & Mrs. Usha K. Sandhu Multicultural Counseling/Diversity Student Research Award
Project Title: Strong Black Womanhood, Stress, and Coping: An Investigation of a Culturally-
Encapsulated Phenomenon (Principal Investigator)
Grants & Funding
2010 Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (SACES) Research and Best Practices Grant
Project Title: Post-master’s experience and beliefs about experience of counselor educators who pursue doctoral degrees: A survey of the counselor education and supervision field with Nadine Hartig, Nancy Bodenhorn, Corrine Sackett, Laura Farmer, Michelle Ghoston, and Jesse Lile.
- Counselor Education
Urban School Counseling
Strong Black Womanhood
Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES)
American Counseling Association (ACA)