PhD, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale; MS, Southern University and A&M College
Counselor supervision; transition-age youth with disabilities; leader-member exchange dyads; multicultural issues; counseling implications of providing services to gang members with disabilities, trauma, and incarcerated populations
Dr. Dunlap is an active researcher in the counseling field. She serves as the Governing Council representative to the American Counseling Association (ACA) for the American Rehabilitation Counseling Association. She was the recipient of the 'Ohana Honors Award from the Counselors for Social Justice division of the ACA and the Professional Development Award from the Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development division of the ACA. Dr. Dunlap’s work focuses on issues of trauma and the underserved populations of gangs and prison. She became a contributing faculty member in Walden’s School of Counseling in 2013.