Faculty Profile

Candice Norris-Brown

Associate Professor

Graduate Counseling

Ph.D.; Ed.S.

Candice Norris-Brown has over twenty years of professional counseling and industry related positions, encompassing public schools, institutions of higher education, government agencies, non-profits, industry publications, and resident instruction and private practice.

Dr. Norris-Brown has a Doctorate of Counseling and Student Personnel Services from the University of Georgia, Education Specialist in School and Guidance Counseling from the University of Georgia, Master of Science in Clinical Psychology from Virginia State University and Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Virginia State University.  She hold credentials as a Licensed Professional Counselor in Georgia and Virginia, Approved Clinical Supervisor and National Certified Counselor. She also serves as a gatekeeper to the profession by providing clinical supervision to doctoral students. 


Dr. Norris-Brown's current interests include advocating for students with disabilities and marginalized groups that experience systemic barriers, group work, professional identity development of professional school counselors and issues related to diversity and social justice in education and counseling.

Counseling and Student Personnel Services

The University of Georgia, 2011

School and Guidance Counseling

The University of Georgia, 2003

Clinical Psychology

Virginia State University, 1992


Virginia State University, 1989