Dr. Ami Camp
Assistant Professor; Faculty Advisor for School Counseling, M.A. (A-Z); Faculty Advisor for CESA
Counselor Education
College of Education
(773) 442-5593
Courses Taught
COUN 402 Developmental Counseling
COUN 410 Seminar in School Counseling
COUN 411 Post Secondary College and Career Counseling
COUN 412 Topics in School Counseling
COUN 415 Children/Youth in School and Family Systems
COUN 430 Social & Cultural Diversity in Counseling
COUN 438 Trauma & Crisis Counseling
Research Interests
To be added

University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Counselor Education and Supervision, Ph.D.

Hampton University
School Counseling, M.A.

Hampton University
Psychology, B.A.

Selected Publications

Dameron, M. L., Camp, A., & Friedmann, B., & Foxx, S. (2020). Multicultural education and perceived multicultural competency of school counselors. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 48, 176-190.

Camp, A., Foxx, S., & Flowers, C. (2019). Examining the relationship between the multicultural self-efficacy, empathy, and training of school counselors and their knowledge and skills supporting students experiencing homelessness. Professional School Counseling, 22, 1-10.

Post, P., Phipps, C., Camp, A., & Grybush, A. (2019). The effectiveness of child-centered play therapy among marginalized children. International Journal of Play Therapy, 28, 88-97.

Camp, A., & Foxx, S. (2019). Relational cultural theory: Using counseling principles to cultivate inclusive leaders. In B. McMahon & L. Merriweather (Eds.), Convictions of Conscience: How voices from the margins inform public actions and educational leadership. Information Age Publishing.

Merlin, C., & Camp, A. (2018). A case study exploring experiences in a flipped counseling course. Counselor Education and Supervision, 57, 301-316.

Selected Exhibitions

Camp, A. (2019, June). Supporting Students Experiencing Homelessness. Research presentation at the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) Conference in Boston, MA.

Dameron, M.L. & Camp, A. (2019, June). Serving Students: Alternative, Charter, and Private Schools. Content presentation at the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) Conference in Boston, MA.

Camp, A. (2019, November). School Counselors Supporting Students Experiencing Homelessness. Content presentation at the 71st Annual Illinois Counseling Association (ICA) Conference in Skokie, IL.

Bloom, Z., & Camp, A. (2019, November). Multicultural Counseling: Back to the Basics. Roundtable presentation at the 71st Annual Illinois Counseling Association (ICA) Conference in Skokie, IL.

Camp, A., & Tejada, L. (2018, October). Connections & Containment: Communicating through Aggressive Play. Content presentation at the Arts in Response to Violence (ARV) Conference at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago, IL.

Post, P., & Camp, A. (2018, February). Child-centered Play Therapy: A Day of Practicing. Advanced workshop for professional counselors, school counselors, play therapists, social workers, psychologists, and students at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in Charlotte, NC.

Merlin, C. & Camp, A. (2017, October). A Case Study Exploring Experiences in a Flipped Counseling Course. Roundtable presentation at the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES) Conference in Chicago, IL.

Dameron, M. L., Camp, A., & Friedmann, B. (2017, October). Multicultural Education and Perceived Multicultural Competency of School Counselors. Research presentation at the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES) Conference in Chicago, IL.

Summers, L., & Camp, A. (2017, March). Not the Brady Bunch: Conceptualizing Black family Therapy via the Lyons (“Empire” TV Show). Content presentation at the American Counseling Association (ACA) Conference & Expo in San Francisco, CA.  

Post, P., & Camp, A. (2017, September). Child-centered Play Therapy: A Culturally Responsive Approach. Content presentation at the 2017 Black Mental Health Symposium in Charlotte, NC.

(773) 442-5593
Office Hours
Spring 2021
Tuesday: 12-3:30 p.m.
Thursday: 1-2:30 p.m.
By appointment
Main Campus