Department of Psychology
Carol Daniels, Ph.D., Associate Professor - School Psychology
PhD 2002 University of Missouri, Columbia, MO
MS 1982 Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO
BS 1973 University of Missouri-St. Louis, St. Louis, MO
Dr. Charlie Daniels, Assistant Professor, joined The Teachers College faculty in 2008. Prior to accepting this appointment she was an adjunct professor at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, MO and Rockhurst University in Kansas City, MO teaching in the counselor education and psychology departments, respectively.
She began her career in education in Missouri earning a BS in Elementary Education at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, her MS in Special Education at Southeast Missouri State University and her PhD in School Psychology at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
She worked in Missouri’s public school systems from St. Louis to Kansas City, with experiences in rural, urban and suburban districts. She holds several licenses in Missouri in general and special education, as well as a school counselor. During her tenure in school districts, Dr. Daniels conducted numerous in-services to school personnel on data collection, test interpretation, non-verbal learning disabilities, functional behavioral assessment, stress management, child sexual abuse, ADHD, and slow learners. She continues to consult on occasion to school personnel in Missouri.
Presentations at national conferences have included topics of bullying, assessment, curriculum based measurement, and collaboration of related services personnel. She has been involved with her professional associations serving on their Executive Boards for over a decade. In Missouri, Dr. Daniels has served as the Newsletter Editor, Secretary, President (two terms), and NASP Delegate for the Missouri Association of School Psychologists. In Kansas, she has served as Secretary and the 2012 President of the Kansas Association of School Psychologists. Dr. Daniels continues her membership in NASP, KASP, TSP, CEC, and PERK.
Bullying, Assessment, Effectiveness of academic and behavioral interventions