PhD, University of Mississippi; MEd, BA, Delta State University
Vicarious trauma and PTSD; counselor wellness; student development; remediation for adult learners; professional identity; cultural diversity; supervision
Dr. Haddock has been a counselor educator for 12 years, supported by more than two decades of work as a mental health counselor. Her clinical practice includes work with a variety of populations, with particular focus on women’s issues. She is a licensed professional counselor, National Certified Counselor, and Approved Clinical Supervisor. Dr. Haddock is an active counseling professional and has served on the Mississippi Board of Examiners for Licensed Professional Counselors and the executive boards of the Mississippi Counseling Association and the Mississippi Licensed Professional Counselors Association. She routinely presents research at the state, national, and international levels and publishes scholarly writings in professional counseling journals and textbooks. She is a two-time winner of outstanding research awards by state counseling organizations and serves as an editorial board member for three professional counseling journals. Dr. Haddock is Walden’s Counselor Education and Supervision coordinator and is also a core faculty member in the Counselor Education and Supervision program.