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SaDohl Jones

Core Faculty

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

School of Counseling

Degree ProgramM.S. Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling

Dr. Jones is a Core Faculty Member in the School of Counseling. She is a Counselor Educator, Supervisor, and Licensed Professional Counselor in Georgia. She received her doctorate from the University of Iowa and has been in the field of counseling for over 15 years. Dr. Jones primary areas of research are trauma recovery, ethical and multicultural supervision, and counselor cultural competence. Dr. Jones is the owner and clinical director of Atlanta Mental Health & Wellness Center, a private practice in Atlanta Georgia. She is dedicated to training and supervising counselors at all levels and in multiple settings.

Courses Taught

COUN 6401 - School Counseling Oracticum

COUN 8115 - Counseling Theories

COUN 6115 - Intro to School Counseling

Education

PhD, University of Iowa - Iowa City, IA

MEd, Clark Atlanta University - Atlanta

BA, Clark Atlanta University - Atlanta

Public Service

Junior League of Dekalb, Board Member - Atlanta

Top Ladies of Distinction, INC, Board Member - Atlanta

Leadership Georgia, - Atlanta

Awards / Honors

ACES Award Distinguished Professional Service Supervisor, Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, 2018

Publications

Jones, S. G., Shelander, C. (2016). Culture or Diversity: What Every Teach Should Know About Creating Culturally Responsive Curriculum and Instruction for African and Hispanic Twice-Exceptional Student, International Journal of Special Education

Jones, S. G. (2016). Death of the “Imposter Syndrome”: Scholarship Through Mentorship

Jones, S. G., Hines, E., Meyers, R. (2017). Gifted Diverse Learners

Jones, S. G. (2016). Passion and Purpose Through Pain and Dysfunction

Jones, S. G., Owens, C., Ford, D., Lisbon, A., Owens, M. (2016). Too Bad to be Gifted: Gifts Denied for Black Males with Emotional and Behavioral Needs Wisconsin English Journal

Presentations

Jones, S. G., Johnson, C. F., Spargo, A. (2016). Care for the caregivers: Self-care through mindfulness training

Jones, S. G., Crosslin, S. (2016). Ethical Supervision to Licensure in Georgia Program Georgia School Counseling Association

Jones, S. G., Grimes, L. (2016). School Counselor Resilience in rural Areas: Ethical Dilemmas and Best Practice Response Southeastern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision

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