PhD, The College of William & Mary; MEd, Old Dominion University; BS, The College of William & Mary
Humanistic and experiential pedagogy in counselor education, cognitive-developmental counseling interventions and educational strategies, Dabrowski’s theory of positive disintegration, exploring the developmental counseling needs of gifted and exceptional individuals and their families, the use of play therapy techniques in counseling, fostering family-school-community partnerships across counseling settings
Dr. Bailey is a licensed professional counselor and a licensed professional school counselor with clinical experience in family, school, and college counseling settings. Dr. Bailey has an active private practice that focuses on the needs of gifted students and their families as well as supporting college students facing challenges with anxiety and depression. She provides clinical supervision for a family counseling center serving the needs of students and families referred from the schools in a seven-county area. Dr. Bailey has enjoyed serving as the program coordinator for the counselor education program at Georgia Southern University, as a clinical faculty member at The College of William & Mary, and as a member of Walden University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling programs.