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Dr. Tamba-Kuii Bailey (he/him) is an associate professor in the Counseling Psychology and Counseling Programs at the University of North Dakota. Additionally, he currently serves as the Special Assistant to the President for Diversity and Inclusion at the University.
Tamba-Kuii has a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Georgia State University. Additionally, he has a Master of Arts and Educational Specialist degrees in Community Counseling from James Madison University, and a Master of Arts in African American Studies from Temple University. Tamba-Kuii earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Morehouse College.
In addition to working in higher education, Tamba-Kuii’s professional experiences include clinical work in community mental health, university counseling centers, and a hospital setting. Tamba-Kuii’s teaching and research interests are in the areas of Black psychology, ethics, multicultural psychology, mental health stigma, and community mental health. In Black psychology, his interests are in the areas of racial oppression, internalized racial oppression, and the impact of race on mental health, mental health diagnoses, and physical health. In the area of multicultural psychology, his interests are in racial microaggressions, multicultural competencies, and social justice in psychology.
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