PhD, New Mexico State University; MS, Portland State University; BS, Portland State University
Multicultural issues in counseling and teaching, social justice and access issues, personality development over the life span and personality disorders, the psychology and behavior of offenders and serial offenders, trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder, the psychology behind bias and racism and its effects (including institutional bias, aversive racism, and the psychology that influences the process of genocide or “ethnic cleansing”)
Dr. Haley currently works as a core faculty member in the PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision program at Walden University. She has written numerous book chapters and journal articles on diverse topics related to counseling. She has extensive applied experience working with adults, adolescents, children, inmates, domestic violence offenders, and culturally diverse populations in the areas of assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, crisis management, and intervention. She has presented both nationally and internationally and was one of only 40 invited delegates to the 2011 Oxford Round Table at Oxford University in England. In addition, she won the Excellence in Teaching Award for her college at the University of Texas at El Paso in 2012.