Dr. Barclay is Professor and Director of the graduate program in Counseling & Human Development. She holds the B.A. from Syracuse University; two Masters degrees (Indiana University and Walsh University); and two Ph.D.s (Indiana University and Union Institute and University). She is licensed as a supervising clinical counselor in Ohio (LPCC-S) and as an Independent chemical dependency counselor in Ohio (LICDC). She also holds clinical membership in the Association of Marriage and Family Therapy and is a nationally certified counselor (NCC).
Dr. Barclay has worked for over 20 years in substance abuse and mental health fields in various capacities including: agency executive director; trainer, consultant; therapist and private practitioner; she also has served as a counselor educator for over 25 years.
Her professional and research interests have included: family and developmental aspect of addiction and recovery; neurobiology and trauma; clinical assessment; cultural aspects of clinical mental health counseling; and the training and supervision of clinical mental health counselors.
She has been recognized with the following awards: Woodrow Wilson Fellowship; NDEA Fellowship; NOCHE Excellence in Teaching Award; American Mental Health Counselors Association President’s Award for service and the Linda Seligman Counselor Educator of Year Award; Ohio Counseling Association David Brooks Award; and the Walsh University Distinguished Service Award.