Deborah Wilson

Dr. Deborah Wilson, Assistant Professor

Primary Research Focus

    • Identity Development
    • Chemical Dependency
    • Community Mental Health Outreach
    • Comprehensive Child & Family Assessment 

Professional Biography

Dr. Deborah M. Wilson  is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Counseling. Dr. Wilson is a graduate of Texas Southern University, having earned an M.A. in Guidance and Counseling and her Doctor of Education degree in Counselor Education. Dr. Wilson completed undergraduate studies at Fort Valley State University with a B.S. in Computer Information Systems. In addition, she completed the College Business Management Institute at University of Tennessee at Nashville. Dr. Wilson has presented at various conferences on various topics impacting the African-American community, in rural settings including substance abuse and mental health, HIV, homelessness, and parenting and assessment.

Courses Taught

      • COUN 834 Counseling and Personality Theories
      • COUN 833 Mental Health Counseling
      • COUN 832 Community Agency Counseling
      • COUN 834 Family Counseling
      • COUN 852 Addictions Counseling
      • COUN 861 Internship

Professional Licenses or Certificates

      • Licensed Professional Counselor
      • Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor
      • Certified Co-Occurring Disorders Professional-Diplomate

Academic Degrees

    • Ed.D., Counselor Education, Texas Southern University
    • M.A., Guidance & Counseling, Texas Southern University
    • B.S., Computer Information Systems, Fort Valley State University
    • A.A., Liberal Arts, College of the Mainland