Candy Ratliff
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Candy Ratliff

Interim Chairperson

Associate Professor
Rod Paige Education Building, Room 250
Telephone: 713-313-1922

Primary Research Focus
Body Image
Domestic Violence
Career Counseling
Student Achievement

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Professional Biography
Dr. Candy Ratliff is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Counseling, and the Assistant Dean for Student Services in the Thomas F. Freeman Honors College. Dr. Ratliff is a graduate of Texas Southern University, having earned the B.A. and M.A. degrees in Sociology, and the Doctor of Education degree in Counselor Education. In addition, she was a Faculty Fellow at The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars, Washington, DC. Dr. Ratliff has made presentations on domestic violence and career counseling at annual conferences held by Texas Counseling Association.

Professional Licenses or Certificates
Licensed Professional Counselor
Certified Anger Resolution Therapist

Courses Taught
COUN 735 Counseling Techniques
COUN 736 Supervised Counseling Laboratory
EDAS 541 – Administration and Supervision of Curriculum and Instruction
COUN 821 Counseling Supervision
COUN 832 Community Agency Counseling
COUN 919 Internship

Academic Degrees
Ed.D., Counselor Education, Texas Southern University
M.A., Urban Sociology, Texas Southern University
B.A., Sociology, Texas Southern University

  Lillian B. Poats
College of Education
  Bernell Peltier-Glaze
  Associate Dean,
Academic Affairs, COE
  Jessica Davis
  Assistant Dean,
Student Affairs, COE
  Ingrid Haynes-Mays
  Interim Chair,
Curriculum & Instruction
  Candy Ratliff
  Interim Chair,
  Collette M. Bloom
  Interim Chair,
Ed. Admin & Foundations
  Dwalah Fisher
  Interim Chair,
Health & Kinesiology