Assistant Teaching Professor, Counselor Education, ELPHD Department
Poe Hall - 520F
Rolanda Mitchell, Ph.D., LCMHC-S, NCC, is an Assistant Teaching Professor in NC State University’s Counselor Education Program. Dr. Mitchell began her career as a Professional School Counselor, gaining experience at the middle and high school levels in Wake and Charlotte-Mecklenburg public schools. During her tenure as a school counselor, she earned National Board Certified status through NBPTS and National Certified Counselor and School Counselor credentials through NBCC. Dr. Mitchell is currently a licensed clinical mental health counselor and supervisor, with professional experience in school based mental health services, outpatient therapy and in-home therapeutic services. Dr. Mitchell is also an active member of professional organizations such as the American Counseling Association (ACA) and the North Carolina Counseling Association (NCCA). Her research interests include clinical supervision, school counseling and equity/access in mental health services for historically marginalized groups.
Doctor of Philosophy Counselor Education and Supervision The University of North Carolina at Charlotte 2016
Master of Arts in Education Counseling Wake Forest University 2002
Bachelor of Arts Psychology The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2000