Stephanie F. Dailey EdD

Assistant Professor of Counselor, Hood College

Stephanie F. Dailey, EdD, LPC, NCC, ACS, is an assistant professor of counseling at Hood College in Maryland. Dr. Dailey specializes in working with individuals and groups from a wide range of multicultural backgrounds on counseling issues ranging from normal situational and developmental issues to living and coping with severe and persistent mental illness. Dr. Dailey has published and presented regionally and nationally on topics such as values and ethics in counseling, crisis and trauma counseling, counseling assessment and diagnosis, and the integration of spirituality and/or religion into counseling. Dr. Dailey is a former member and co-chair of the ACA Ethics Committee, has served on the executive board for the Association for Spiritual, Ethical and Religious Values in Counseling (ASERVIC), was the 2015-2016 President of ASERVIC, and served as the chair of the ASERVIC Ethics Committee from 2010-2014. She has also chaired two ACA Presidential Task Forces - Increasing Diversity in ACA Leadership (2016-2017) and Crisis Preparedness and Trauma Counseling (2017-2018).