Faculty Profile

Judith Justice


Graduate Counseling


Dr. Judith Justice has served as Director of Graduate School Counseling at Indiana Wesleyan University since 2005, school counselor since 1993, adjunct for IPFW and IWU education, and group moderator for church and court, and is a licensed school counselor and LMHC. She holds a Doctorate of Family and Youth Studies from Nova Southeastern University, and a Master of Science in Counseling, Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, and Associate of Science in Early Childhood Education from Indiana University. She loves working with IWU staff and students, spending time with family, nature, and travels.


Dr. Justice's interests include teaching, learning, counseling, and children (with a growing number of wonderful grandchildren). She enjoys researching with students to write and present locally and nationally. Her research interests include: specific needs of school counselor trainees; social justice; philanthropy and service learning; and school counselors’ stopping eradicating the human trafficking of youth.

Doctor of Education

Nova Southeastern University, 2003


Indiana University, 1994


Indiana University, 1991