Counseling & Psychological Services
Clayton State University,
2000 Clayton State Blvd,
Morrow, GA 30260 - 0285
Phone: (678) 466-5406
Edgewater Hall, Room 245
Veronica Arnold joined the department in 2020. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and is the Associate Director of Counseling and Psychological Services. A graduate of Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis, Mrs. Arnold has a passion for service and mental wellness, particularly for those often underrepresented due to race, socioeconomic status, and other factors that lead to opportunity gaps. Mrs. Arnold's therapeutic philosophy is based on "meeting students where they are," and combines evidence based practice in a realistic and approachable way, often usic therapeutic play, mindfulness, and art and music therapy interventions.
Melinda Daugherty joined the department in 2022. She is an Associate Professional
Counselor currently working towards full licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor.
Ms. Daugherty received her Masters of Arts in Professional Counseling from Liberty
University. Her professional areas of interest include: trauma, sexual assault, depression,
anxiety, grief, anger, self-esteem, spirituality, and general life stressors. She
hopes to provide a safe and peaceful space that allows for students to be able to
experience discovery, growth, and healing in their life journey.
Markala Harris joined the department in 2023. She is a Counselor who is working towards gaining her professional counselor license. She received her Master's of Science in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from Clayton State University. Her professional areas of interest include treatments for depression, anxiety, academic stress, and general life stressors. Ms. Harris strives to serve Clayton State students with grace and warmth. She provides a safe space for students to discuss their concerns, grow, and gain coping skills during their counseling experience.
Aaron Wilson joined the department in 2023 and serves as a counselor. He obtained his Master of Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Fort Valley State University. His professional areas of interest include depression, self-esteem, substance abuse, identity development, mind-body wellness, and disability issues. He enjoys working with students of all backgrounds and believes in collaborating with students to address their individual needs.
Armtria Bromell is the Office/Clerical Assistant for Counseling and Psychological Services. She brings over 13 years of professional and administrative experience to Clayton State. Ms. Bromell has a passion for assisting and encouraging others. She strives to provide a welcoming atmosphere for students when they walk through our door.