Athens, Ga. – University of Georgia counseling professor Jolie Daigle has been selected to serve a three-year term as a member of the editorial review board of the Professional School Counseling journal.
Daigle, an assistant professor in the College of Education’s department of counseling and human development services, has published several journal articles, book chapters and other related scholarship, and has received a number of grants. She has presented her work on an international level and currently serves on numerous professional and university committees.
Daigle’s research focuses on the school counselor’s role in dropout prevention, identification and intervention strategies. She is certified as a Georgia licensed professional counselor and is a registered play therapist and supervisor.
Before joining the UGA faculty in 2005, Daigle worked as a school counselor for eight years with New Orleans Public Schools. During that time, she became a licensed professional counselor and worked part-time in a private practice. She received her doctorate from the University of New Orleans in counselor education and supervision.
The Professional School Counseling journal, which promotes research, practical techniques and theory to school counselors, is published by the American School Counselor Association.