Counseling Psychology — MFT
Tamba-Kuii M. Bailey

Tamba-Kuii M. Bailey, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Counseling Psychology

Dr. Bailey's professional experiences include clinical work in community mental health and teaching at the graduate level. His research interests are primarily in the areas of Black psychology and multicultural psychology. In Black psychology, his interests are in the sub-areas of racial oppression, internalized racial oppression, and the impact of race on mental health, mental health diagnoses, and physical health. In the area of multicultural psychology, he is interests are in racial microaggressions, multicultural competencies, and social justice in psychology.

Education

Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA

Research Areas

Multicultural psychology; social justice.

Courses Offered
  • Law and Ethics for School Counselors
  • Counseling Across Cultures
Publications

Chrishon, K. R., Anderson, D., Arora, G., & Bailey, T.-K. M. (in press). Race and psychiatric diagnostic patterns: Understanding the influence of hospital characteristics in the national hospital discharge survey. Journal of the National Medical Association.

Juntunen, C. L., & Bailey, T.-K. M. (in press). Training and employment services for adult workers. In D. L. Blustein (Ed.), Oxford handbook of the Psychology of Working. Oxford University Press.

Bailey, T.-K. M., Chung, Y. B., Williams, W. S., Singh, A. A., & Terrell, H. K. (2011). Development and validation of the Internalized Racial Oppression Scale for Black individuals. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 58, 481-593. dpi: 10.1037/a0023585