College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
School of Counseling
M.S. Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling
Dr. Chanta Moore’s formal training is in counseling, counselor education and clinical supervision where she has served in various roles throughout the last 10+ years. In addition to training and teaching emerging counselors, she provides therapeutic and educational services to individuals, families and agencies through her private consulting firm. Dr. Moore has extensive experience effectively working with adolescents and women of color in various stages of life transition. She is a licensed school counselor in Texas and South Carolina, a licensed professional counselor associate in Texas and is a national certified counselor. Dr. Moore is also an SREB Doctoral Fellowship Scholar and a NBCC Minority Doctoral Fellow. She is an active member of many professional organizations and has held leadership positions on several committees. She has also presented at professional conferences at the international, national and local levels, and authored and/or co-authored numerous peer-reviewed publications. At Walden University, she teaches a variety of school counseling courses as a Contributing Faculty member in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences/School of Counseling.
PhD, University of South Carolina - Columbia, SC
Awards / Honors
NBCC Minority Doctoral Fellow, National Board for Certified Counselors, 2018
SREB Doctoral Fellow, Southern Regional Education Board, 2018
Outstanding Professional Service Award , South Carolina Counseling Association, 2011
Moore, C. P., Ohrt, J., Packer-Williams, C. (2020). A Solution-Focused Approach to Student Reintegration into the Traditional School Setting After a Disciplinary Alternative School Placement. Journal of Child & Adolescent Counseling.
Webster, C. A., Glascoe, G., Moore, C. P., Dauenhauer, B., Egan, C., Russ, L., Orendorff, K. (2020). Recommendation for Administrators' Involvement in School-Based Health Promotion: A Scoping Review. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
Moore, C. P., Sifford, A. (2012). Social Class and the Helping Professions: A Clinician’s Guide to Navigating the Landscape of Class in America.
Moore, C. P., Gay, J. (2021). Bridging the Gap: Addressing the Needs of Adolescent Clients Through Virtual Interventions. The Chicago School of Professional Psychology Virtual Conference.
Moore, C. P. (2019). "I'm Coming Home": Life After Alternative School. Palmetto State School Counselor Association Conference.
Deaton, J., Linich, K., Moore, C. P. (2019). Integrating Expressive Arts in Multisystemic Therapy with At-Risk Adolescents. American Counseling Association Conference.
Moore, C. P. (2018). An Issue of Access: Clinical Supervision and The School Counselor. Southern Association Counselor Education Supervision Conference.
Guest, J., Deaton, J., Wymer, B., Moore, C. P. (2018). Childhood Trauma in the Classroom: Strategies to Create Supportive Environments in the School Setting. Southeastern School Behavioral Health Conference.
Moore, C. P. (2018). IGPs: Making the Mandate Manageable. Palmetto State School Counselor Association Conference.
Wymer, B., Moore, C. P., Deaton, J., Fleming, A., Wallace (2018). Improving Outcomes for Children in Foster Care: Practical Approaches to Utilizing Interdisciplinary Collaboration. South Carolina Counseling Association Conference.
Moore, C. P. (2018). Life After Disciplinary Alternative School Placement: Utilizing Intentionality and Solution Focused Techniques for Successful Transition and Reintegration. European Branch of the American Counseling Association Conference.
Sturm, D., Biles, K., Staton, A. R., Gibson, D., Moore, C. P. (2012). Chasing the American Dream: An Experiential and Practical Journey Toward Understanding Social Class in Counseling. American Counseling Association Conference.
Moore, C. P., Kennedy, L., Sturm, D. (2010). Counselors as Diversity Trainers. South Carolina Counseling Association Conference.