Dr. Jaimie Stickl Haugen is a clinical assistant professor in the Counselor Education program at William & Mary. She is a licensed professional school counselor in New York and Colorado, a licensed professional counselor (Colorado), a national certified counselor, and an approved clinical supervisor.
Dr. Stickl Haugen is passionate about bridging the research-to-practice gap through community-engaged research and intentional research dissemination. Her research interests connect with the common thread of school counselor development as it relates to (a) anti-racism and equity in education, (b) cultural considerations in student belonging, and (c) youth suicide. Dr. Stickl Haugen also focuses on integrating best practices in instrument development to support the creation and refinement of high-quality, culturally responsive assessments and counseling outcome research. She has been published in peer-reviewed journals such as Professional School Counselor, Journal of Counseling & Development, Counselor Education and Supervision, and the Counseling Outcome Research and Evaluation.
Dr. Stickl Haugen is actively involved and holds leadership roles in a number of state and national professional counseling organizations including the American School Counselor Association, the Colorado School Counselor Association, and the Association for Assessment and Research in Counseling. She has also served on the editorial board for the Counseling Outcome Research and Evaluation journal and the official journal of the Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision.