Dr. Juliana Forrest-Lytle is a Walden University graduate twice over, having completed her MS in Mental Health Counseling in 2011 and her PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision in 2020. Throughout her academic and professional careers, she has acted in various educator, mentor, and leadership roles. Dr. Forrest-Lytle holds current professional memberships with the American Counseling Association, the Association for Counselor Education & Supervision, and the Florida Association for Counselor Education & Supervision. She is the current President of the Florida Association for Spirituality, Ethics, and Religious Values in Counseling and serves as Member-At-Large for the Florida Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development.
As a scholar and practitioner, her focus has been to de-stigmatize mental health and to be an advocate for those who are unable to advocate for themselves. Dr. Forrest-Lytle is a Contributing Faculty member for the School of Counseling. Her research interests include burnout and self-care, multi-cultural counseling experiences, graduate student concerns, and the experiences of non-majority group graduate students. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor for the state of Florida as well as a published author and co-author.
COUN 6723 - Multicultural Counseling
BS, University of Central Florida
MS, Walden University
PhD, Walden University