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Tracey Phillips

Contributing Faculty

College of Social and Behavioral Health

Barbara Solomon School of Social Work

Degree Program Ph.D. Social Work

Dr. Tracey M. Phillips has earned a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision from Regent University and is a licensed Social Worker. She has been teaching and counseling for over 18 years. She currently serves as a Core PhD Faculty Member at Walden University where she mentors Social Work and Human Services Doctoral Students. She is currently chairing over 40 PhD Committees. Her special areas of practice include Individual and Couples counseling, Human Sexuality, Grief Counseling, Youth Development with Special Needs Populations, Ethics and Multicultural Competency. Dr. Phillips has focused her career on utilizing counseling techniques to assist in the academic success of non-traditional adult students, like herself. Dr. Phillips is also the owner of WriteVision Consulting, LLC., where she provides career and life coaching to her clients; many of whom are professional, minority women. Dr. Phillips is a single mother who is active in her community as a Mentor for Big Brothers/Big Sisters, a Counselor with the Low Country Pregnancy Center, a board member of Justice Works Behavioral Health Services and a proud member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.


Post-master's Certificate, Harvard University - Boston, MA United States

PhD, Regent University

MSW, University of South Carolina

Bachelor of Social Work, Limestone College

Public Service

Justice Works Behavioral Health, Board Member - Pittsburg, PA United States