Jennifer Money-Brady

Associate Professor

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Graduate Counseling



 Curriculum Vitae

2019 Emerging Scholar Award

Jen is a licensed school counselor, National Certified Counselor, and Distance Credentialed Counselor. Jen earned her Doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision from Argosy University, Sarasota with a focus on counselor leadership, trauma, and grief.

Jen consults for the Joseph Maley Foundation in the development of HOPE, their new mental health education program for Pre-Kindergarten thru 12th grade students. Jen worked as an Academic Counselor and Director of Counseling for Brebeuf Jesuit High School in Indianapolis for ten years. Jen currently volunteers for Brooke's Place Center for Grieving Children and has enjoyed facilitating grief counseling groups for over ten years. Jen has also served as the supervisor of school counseling for Horizons at St. Richard's Episcopal School.

Jen has presented locally and nationally about counselor leadership, trauma, grief, people-first language, service-learning, and using study skills in classroom guidance.

Jen is the Indiana School Counselor Association Past-President and has served on the ISCA board since 2006. She currently advocates for school counselors around the state through legislation and public relations for ISCA. Jen was awarded the Indiana Exemplary Counselor Educator in 2018 and the Exemplary High School Counselor of the Year award in 2012. Jen enjoys time with her family, serving children of all abilities, and being in nature.


ASCA School Counselor Leadership Specialist | 2019

QPR Gatekeeper Training Instructor | 2017

FEMA Community Responder | 2016

Trauma Based-Cognitive Processing Therapy | 2016

Cognitive Processing Therapy | 2016

ASCA Bully Prevention Specialist | 2014

Distanced Credentialed Counselor | 2012

National Certified Counselor | 2010

Grief Counselor Certification | 2008


Emerging Scholar Award | Indiana Wesleyan University

Indiana Exemplary School Counselor Educator of the Year | Indiana School Counselor Association

Gold Star Renewal School and Recognized ASCA Model Program Award Winner |Indiana Department of Education & Indiana School Counselor Association

Indiana Exemplary High School Counselor of the Year | Indiana School Counselor Association


  • Ed.D. - Counselor Education and Supervision
    2018, Argosy University
    Dissertation Topic: The Effective Leadership Characteristics, Skills & Supporting Components Of School Counselors: A Qualitative Study
  • MS - School Counseling
    2008, Butler University
    Thesis: The Effect of Socio-Economic Status on Parental Involvement in Suburban Schools
  • BA - Psychology
    2005, Butler University
    Honors College
Indiana Wesleyan University
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Marion, IN 46953