Dr. Moore has two primary areas of specialization in her research: (a) applied measurement and (b) wellness and impairment. In these areas, Dr. Moore focuses her work in instrument development, applying measurement principles to improve counseling practice, program evaluation, stress and coping, counselor burnout, and wellness among helping professionals and clinical populations. In recognition of her scholarship, she has received several ACA division awards, including the ACES Outstanding Dissertation Award and the Biggs-Pine Journal Award. In the counseling profession, she serves as an editorial board member for the Journal of Counseling & Development, Counseling and Values Journal, and Teaching and Supervision in Counseling. Dr. Moore serves as a committee member for Chi Sigma Iota’s Wellness Counseling Practice and Research Committee and is member of ACA, AERA, and several ACA divisions including ACES, SACES, AARC, AMCD, and ASERVIC.

Areas of Expertise

  • Applied Measurement
  • Instrument Development
  • Stress and Coping
  • Quantitative Research Methods


  • Research methods & measurement in counseling
  • Stress and burnout
  • Wellness
  • Counselor and counselor educator preparation and development
  • Mental health disparities among diverse groups



  •  Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision
    University of North Carolina at Charlotte
  •  M.A. in Professional Clinical Counseling
    La Salle University
  •  B.S. in Psychology
    Spring Hill College


Awards and Accolades

Outstanding Dissertation Award

Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, 2020

Supported Sponsorship Program Untenured Faculty Award

Association for Assessment and Research in Counseling, 2020

ACES Research Grant Award

Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, 2019

Biggs-Pine Journal Award for Outstanding Scholarly Contribution to Counseling and Values Journal

Association for Spiritual Ethical and Religious Values, 2019

Leadership in Counseling Internship

Chi Sigma Iota, 2019