Mary Graham, PhD

PhD, Counseling, Oregon State University
MS, Psychology, Eastern Washington University
BA, Law and Justice, Central Washington University

Program Director, School Counseling (SCOUN), Online School Counseling (OSCOUN)
Professor, School Counseling (SCOUN), Online School Counseling (OSCOUN)

Phone: (206) 296-5748

Building/Room: Loyola 214

Dr. Mary Amanda Graham has been in the field of counselor education for fifteen years. Her career has spanned two universities. She was at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and currently at Seattle University. She was promoted to full professor at Seattle University where she has been a faculty member for fourteen years. Dr. Graham is currently the Program Director of the School Counseling Program in the College of Education at Seattle University. She is a certified school counselor in the Washington and has practiced at the K-12 level, as well as internationally. Dr. Graham is also a practicing licensed mental health professional in Washington State with a focus on children and adolescents. Dr. Graham is passionate about school counseling, diversity equity and inclusion. She is focused on providing practical applications for school counselors in the field as they emerge as systemic change agents. Dr. Graham is the co-editor of an innovative school counseling textbook that integrates the principles of anti-racism throughout.  

Mary Graham CV (2022)