Dr. Christine Ebrahim is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Counseling. She received an M.S. degree in Counseling from Loyola University New Orleans in 2004 and a Ph.D. in Counselor Education from the University of New Orleans in 2008. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Louisiana, a LA Board Approved Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor (LPC-S), and a National Certified Counselor (NCC). Dr. Ebrahim served 2 terms as President of the Louisiana Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors (LACES), is the past Chair of the Trinity Counseling and Training Center Board of Directors, and is the current President of the Louisiana Counseling Association (LCA). She is also one of the faculty advisers of the Alpha Phi chapter of Chi Sigma Iota and sits on several departmental, college-wide and university-wide committees.
Dr. Ebrahim regularly presents with students and other faculty members at both state and national conferences and runs workshops for school students, teachers, and parents on the topics of internet safety, bulling issues, and ethical considerations.
Dr. Ebrahim honors include receiving the University of New Orleans Outstanding Doctoral Graduate and the UNO Department of Educational Leadership, Counseling, and Foundations Faculty Award. She was also honored as one of New Orleans City Business’ Women of the Year for her work in counselor education. Dr. Ebrahim has experience as a Professional School Counselor, is currently a school counseling program consultant and has a private practice specializing in adolescents and young adults. Research interests include areas of professional school counselor preparation, the use of play therapy by school counselors, supervision, legal and ethical issues, and peer consultation.
Ph.D., University of New Orleans, 2008; M.S., Loyola University New Orleans, 2004
Ethics in Counseling
Introduction to Supervision
Measurement and Assessment
Fundamentals of Practicum and Internship
Areas of Expertise
School counselor preparation, the use of play therapy by school counselors, supervision, and peer consultation.