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Jamie McNally

Assistant Professor of Counseling, MAC Clinical Director
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Bio

Jamie McNally was born and raised in Michigan. With the exception of time that she spent away from the state during her twelve years serving in the Air National Guard, she has always lived locally and called Michigan ”home”. In addition to her work in higher education, Jamie,  co-owns and operates a group counseling practice with her husband (also an LPC) that has two locations in Metro Detroit. She enjoys spending time with her husband, two dogs, family, and friends.

Education

  • Ph.D.: (Counselor Education & Supervision) Liberty University
  • M.A.: (Counseling Psychology) ) Moody Theological Seminary
  • B.A.: (Political Science) Oakland University
  • Leadership Academy: (Airman Leadership School, Noncommissioned Officer Academy) McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base

University Affiliations

Spring Arbor University (2020)

Assistant Professor of Counseling

Concordia University (2018)

Adjunct Professor

Moody Theological Seminary-Michigan (2013-2017)

Clinical Manager/Teaching Assistant

United States Air Force Academy Field Engineering Readiness Laboratory (2009-2010)

Instructor and Mentor

Awards & Honors

Nominated for StreetShares and iHeartRadio “Highlighting Our Heroes

Honor Graduate

Basic Military Training, 2003

Air Force Civil Engineering Structural School Honor

Nominated for Excellence in Leadership Award National Competition

Publications

Journals
Counseling Today The Pretend Professional: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome’s Doubts (July 2019)