Dr. Jasmine Graham is an 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
- Counselor Education
Urban School Counseling
Strong Black Womanhood
Dr. Daya & Mrs. Usha K. Sandhu Multicultural Counseling/Diversity Student Research AwardProject Title: Strong Black Womanhood, Stress, and Coping: An Investigation of a Culturally-Encapsulated Phenomenon (Principal Investigator)
Grants and 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.Expert In
Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES)
American Counseling Association (ACA)