Aundrea Harris

Contributing Faculty
College of Allied Health
School of Psychology
Ph.D. Clinical Psychology

Dr. Aundrea T. Harris holds a PhD and MS in Industrial and Organizational Psychology (specialization: Leadership Development and Coaching) from Walden University, an MA in Counseling from Dallas Baptist University, and a dual BS in Business Administration and Accounting from Northwestern State University. In July 2021, she completed a 2-year Postdoctoral Teaching and Research Fellowship for Diversity at Walden University. She currently serves as a contributing faculty member, doctoral capstone committee member, and Postdoctoral Fellow Coach at Walden University, where she supports doctoral students in the Behavioral Health Leadership Program.

Dr. Aundrea T. Harris had the privilege to co-facilitate a breakout session in the workshop, Cross-Cultural Collaborations: Embracing Authenticity, Humility, and Vulnerability to Strengthen Positive Social Change, in March 2020. This workshop was hosted by Real World Solutions to Real World Problems from Walden's Center for Social Change. In October 2020, she had the pleasure of conversing with her Postdoctoral Fellow faculty supervisor (the late Dr. Frederica Hendricks-Noble) on Walden University's MyFaculty Podcasts. The podcast title is Supervisor and Fellow: A Support Model in Course-based. In April 2021, Her first peer-reviewed article was published by Walden University's Journal of Educational Research and Practice. During the Winter 2022 Walden University Virtual National Faculty Meeting, she presented a Breakout Session, Mindfulness: A Tool for Resiliency.

Dr. Aundrea T. Harris is the Founder and CEO of Growing Through Life International®, a firm dedicated to personal and professional growth for women, and FAITH Connection (Finally Allowing It To Happen)®, a Christian faith-grounded community focused on healing through and growth beyond trauma. Dr. Aundrea T. Harris has authored three books on personal transformation and is an advocate for Thyroid Disease and Traumatic Brain Injury. She is a Growth Agent and faith + purpose coach, specializing in holistic development and resilience for women worldwide. With over 25 years of experience, she empowers women to break free from unproductive patterns and achieve success through healing, mindfulness, and rest paradigms. Dr. Aundrea T. Harris is dedicated to helping women reclaim their energy, discover their purpose, and reach their full potential. Her mission is to guide others through life’s seasons, fostering growth and well-being. Dr. Aundrea T. Harris is an alumna of the Goldman Sachs One Million Black Women: Black in Business Inaugural Cohort (July 2022) and an active member of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. - Dallas Metropolitan Chapter. She loves coffee and butterflies, symbols of transformation and growth.

Courses Taught

DRWI 8507V - PsyD BHL Doc Project Virtual

PBHL 8002 - Foundations of Graduate Study

IPSY 8004 - Foundations for Graduate Study in Psychology

IPSY 6002 - Foundations for Graduate Study in Psychology

DRWI 8004 - Consulting Skills Intensive

PBHL 8900 - Doctoral Research Project Lab

PBHL 9001 - Behavioral Health Leadership Doctoral Study 1

PBHL 9002 - Behavioral Health Leadership Doctoral Study 2

PBHL 9003 - Behavioral Health Leadership Doctoral Study 3

PBHL 9004 - Behavioral Health Leadership Doctoral Study 4

DRWI 8504 - Consulting Skills Intensive

Education

PhD, Walden University

MS, Walden University

MA, Dallas Baptist University

BS, Northwestern State University

BS, Northwestern State University

Associate of General Studies, Northwester State University

Awards / Honors

National Society of Leadership and Success, Walden University - NSLS, 2019

Publications

Harris, A. T., Bostain, N. S. (2021). The Effect of Mindfulness Techniques on Teacher Resilience as Moderated by Conscientiousness. Journal of Educational Research and Practice

Presentations

Harris, A. T. (2020). Cross-Cultural Collaborations: Embracing Authenticity, Humility, and Vulnerability to Strengthen Positive Social Change. Walden Center for Social Change (Real-World Solutions for Real-World Problems)