Ph.D., M.S., B.S., Mississippi State University
Solving Problems Together (SPT) group counseling model; developmental issues related to children and adolescents; counselor supervision
Dr. Hall is a contributing faculty member in Walden’s School of Counseling and Social Service. She has taught Foundations for Graduate Study, Counseling Theory, and Lifespan Development for the master’s programs. Dr. Hall is also an associate professor and coordinator for graduate school counseling programs at Mississippi State University. She has taught in the college environment for eight years and has been providing counseling services for 12 years. Her primary area of expertise is counseling children and adolescents and working with their families. She has 15 peer-reviewed national publications and has led more than 50 presentations at state, regional, national, and international meetings. Additionally, Dr. Hall has been awarded more than $480,000 in grants to fund research and graduate students. She has received two teaching awards and is currently the advocacy chair for the Mississippi Counseling Association and the vice-president of the Mississippi School Counseling Association.