Kimberly McLeod
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Kimberly McLeod

Kimberly McLeodAssociate Professor

Counselor Education

ED 225 College of Education

Phone: 713-313-1857

Primary Research Focus
Cultural Responsiveness/Resiliency

Professional Biography
Kimberly Mitchell-McLeod has professional experience as a certified school teacher, counselor, administrator, and is currently an Associate Professor for the College of Education’s Department of Counseling. She is the author of numerous books and articles. She has presented her research both nationally and internationally. She is a founding member of The National Journal of Urban Education & Practice.

Courses Taught
COUN 539

COUN 593 - Human Growth & Development

COUN 638

COUN 733

COUN 735 – Counseling Techniques

COUN 736 – Supervised Counseling Laboratory

COUN 890 - Group Counseling

COUN 834 - Counseling & Personality Theories

COUN 832,

COUN 876


Academic Degrees

Ed.D. Counselor Education

M.Ed., Educational Administration

M.Ed., Counselor Education

B.S., Interdisciplinary Studies