Emily Meadows, Ed.D.

Assistant Professor


Ed.D. Counselor Education, The University of Memphis, 2014

M.A. Counseling, Louisiana State University, 2006

B.A. Psychology, Christian Brothers University, 2004



Dr. Emily Meadows received her doctorate of education in Counselor Education from The University of Memphis in 2014. Her research focus includes issues related to K-12 school counseling. She is interested both in the education, training, and supervision of school counselors, as well as the development and implementation of comprehensive school counseling programs. Dr. Meadows is also concerned with school counselors’ roles in crisis prevention and intervention strategies within the education system. Dr. Meadows joined the Department of Educational Leadership and School Counseling as an Assistant Professor in 2014.



Lancaster, C., Lenz, A., Meadows, E., & Brown, K. (2013). Evaluation of a conflict resolution program for urban African American adolescent girls. Journal for Specialists in Group Work. 38, 225-240.



Meadows, E. (2014). A Model for Educating and Training School Counselor Directors. To be presented at the Southern Association of Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Birmingham, AL

Lancaster, C., Brown, K., and Meadows, E. (2012). “Just Checkin’”: A Conflict Resolution Group for Adolescents. West Tennessee Counseling Association Annual Conference, Memphis, TN. 



  • American School Counselor Association
  • Association for Counselor Education and Supervision
  • Mississippi Counseling Association
  • Tennessee Counseling Association