Dr. Quigley is an Assistant Professor of Counseling in Residence at Bradley University and has a private practice in Carmel, IN. She has thirteen years of professional work experience in the counseling field. She is a National Certified Counselor and holds an Indiana license in Mental Health and School Counseling. Her counseling environments include rural and urban schools, higher education, private practice, and community mental health.
Julie’s teaching experience is master-level mental health and school counseling programs at Bradley University, Indiana Wesleyan University, and the University of the Cumberlands. She taught organizational behavior and career development in the undergraduate School of Business at Butler University.
She holds her Doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision and her M.S. in School Counseling and Mental Health. She is on the Association of Counseling Adolescents and Children (ACAC) board as the Mental Health Trustee and is a member of the ACAC’s Antiracist Committee. She has served on other committees at Butler University, such as Assessment Care Team, Mental Health Advisor Committee, Professional Staff Enrichment Development Team, and the Academic Advising Committee.
Her current research interests include behavior change, mHealth technology, public speaking anxiety, MBSR, expressive arts therapy, and Christian counseling.