Assistant Professor - Counseling
Jacqueline Bell is an Assistant Professor of Psychology and Counseling. She holds a B.A. in Psychology and a M.S. in Clinical Psychology from Mississippi State University, a M.S.C.E in Counseling Psychology from University of West Alabama, and a Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy from University of Louisiana at Monroe. Jacqueline teaches courses in Career Counseling, Professional Growth, Lifespan Development, Clinical Assessment, Evidence-Based Practice, Case Conceptualization, Systems Theory, and Specialization courses for the Doctor of Professional Counseling Program. Jacqueline also serves as the Director of the Doctor of Professional Counseling Program and is a member of the Honor Council. Jacqueline and her husband, Casey (an MC Business School alumnus), live in Carthage with their two daughters: Madalyn and Anna Kay.
- B.A. in Psychology, Mississippi State University
- M.S. in Clinical Psychology, Mississippi State University
- M.S.C.E. in Counseling Psychology, University of West Alabama
- Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy, University of Louisiana at Monroe