Steevie L. Bailey, Ph.D. is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor of Counseling as well as the On-Campus Master's in Counseling Program Director in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of North Dakota (UND). She earned a BS in Psychology from the University of North Dakota, a MA in Counseling from the University of North Dakota, and a PhD in Counseling and Counselor Education from the University of Florida. Her primary areas of teaching are counseling methods, addictions counseling, ethics in counseling, and multicultural counseling. Her other professional interests include conducting and utilizing research to inform mental health policy, specific to historical and systemic injustice and inequities.
Pagano, T., D’Ottavio, A., Frankl, S., & Tabberson, N. (2016). Adversities of parental deployment: Meeting the needs of LGBTQ+ youth. The Journal of Military and Government Counseling, 4, 22-37.
Ferraro, F. R., Holfeld, B., Frankl, S., Frye, N., & Halvorson, N. (2015). Texting/ipod Q dependence, executive function and sleep quality in college students. Computers in Human Behavior, 49, 44-49. doi: 10.1016/j.chb.2015.02.043
Frankl, S. (2019, January). Youth’s best friend: Using animal-assisted interventions to help with the coming out process. Presentation presented at the University of Central Florida Counseling Conference in Orlando, Florida.
AWARDS AND HONORS
President Elect, Chi Sigma Iota, Fall 2017 and half Spring 2018: University of Florida
Social Justice Committee Co-Chair, Chi Sigma Iota, Summer 2017: University of Florida
President of Magna Iota, Spring and Fall 2015: University of North Dakota
Lillian Elsinga Outstanding Student Leader Award 2015: University of North Dakota
Doctor of Philosophy in Counseling and Counselor Education (CACREP-accredited; #2 U.S. News Counselor Education Program 2021)
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, DEFENDED SUCCESSFULLY 2020/GRADUATED 2021
Specialization: Multicultural and Diversity Affairs/Higher Education Administration
Dissertation Title: Correctional officers’ experiences of a prison-based animal program implemented at a southern us correctional facility
Masters of Arts in Counseling (emphasis in Community Mental Health)
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA, 2016
Bachelor of Science in Psychology
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA, 2014