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C. Peeper McDonald '09

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Phone: 404.471.6564
Office Location: 125E Bullock

Academic Degrees and Professional Licenses

Academic Degrees

  • Ph.D., Georgia State University
  • Ed.S., Georgia State University
  • M.S., Georgia State University
  • B.A., Agnes Scott College

Professional Licensure and Certification

  • Licensed Professional Counselor, State of Georgia
  • Approved Clinical Supervisor
  • National Certified Counselor

Teaching and Scholarly Interests

Peeper McDonald's research and clinical interests include: Professional identity, social justice and advocacy issues, and multicultural issues in counseling. She has presented and published on these topics, with specific focus on the racial mislabeling, color-blindness and discrimination, and identity development of Multiracial individuals. Courses generally taught included Applied Research in Psychology with a focus on Multicultural and Social Justice Issues, Multicultural Psychology Through a Social Justice Lens, Introduction to Counseling, and Counseling Theories.

Professional Activities

Peeper McDonald holds a PhD in Counselor Education and Practice and is a National Certified Counselor, Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Georgia, and an Approved Clinical Supervisor. She is an active member of the Association of Assessment and Research in Counseling and has served and chaired their Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice Committee and continues to serve on numerous taskforces and committees dedicated to decolonization and anti-racism within professional counseling organizations.

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