Donya Wallace, PhD, NCC, LPC

Donya Wallace

Position:

Assistant Professor with a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision (CES)

Contact Information:

dwallace@paloaltou.edu

Programs:

Master's

Talks and Lectures:

Wallace, D. (2020, June). #AmberRoseIsaac: Dismantling the socio-historical trauma of African American women in healthcare. Mountain Area Health Education Center, Ashville, NC

Wallace, D. (2018, Feb). The Strong Black Woman archetype and implications for treatment. Cross Cultural Counseling and Education Conference for Research Action and Change. Georgia Southern University. Savannah, Ga.

Wallace, D. (2018, Jan). Strategies for the engagement of African American women in counseling: Building hope through barriers. Christian Mental Health Network. Columbia International University. Columbia, SC

Wallace, D. (2017, April). Preferred coping strategies as a source of engagement of African American families in counseling. University of South Carolina, 11th Annual Counseling Conference. Columbia, SC.

Websites and Other Relevant Links:

https://www.donyawallacecounseling.com/