Tamba-Kuii Bailey, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor; Co-Coordinator of On-Campus Master of Arts in Counseling Program
Dr. Tamba-Kuii Bailey is an assistant professor and assistant vice provost for equity and inclusion, bringing a diverse set of interests that are grounded both in academic and real-world insight. He earned his doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Georgia State University.
As a mentor, role model and champion for social justice and equality, his professional standards provide a template that can help guide students toward the practical application of ethics and laws, clinical supervision, diagnosis, counseling methods, psychopathology and treatment.
- Ethics and laws
- Clinical supervision
- Diagnosis, psychopathology and treatment
- Counseling methods
Research and Scholarly Interests
- Internalized racial oppression
- Racial oppression and mental health functioning
- Black psychology
- Multicultural psychology
- Interpersonal theory
- Psychodynamic therapy
- Multicultural and feminist counseling
- Person-centered therapy