Dr. Amanda Wolfe

Dr. Amanda WolfeSenior Lecturer of Psychology

Department of Psychological Science

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Dr. Amanda Wolfe is a Senior Lecturer at Kennesaw State University and a licensed professional counselor. She earned her PhD in Counselor Education and Practice and holds five other academic degrees. When she worked as a counselor, she had experience in various community agencies and settings to provide care to clients, primarily specializing in children and adolescents with diverse identities or in state custody. She has since transitioned to focus solely on teaching. Dr. Wolfe does not see clients - if you need a counselor, please reach out to the KSU Counseling center. 

Dr. Wolfe joined the full-time faculty at KSU in 2016, having spent five years teaching in part-time and limited-term positions. She has also taught in CACREP accredited graduate counseling programs. At KSU, she has narrowed her focus on developing excellence in online teaching, previously serving the department as Online Program Coordinator. Dr. Wolfe’s academic specialty is Human Sexuality and she has worked as a sex educator for the over 15 years, teaching at all levels. 



PhD in Counselor Education & Practice (CACREP accredited)

EdS in Professional Counseling

MA in Religious Studies

MS in Professional Counseling (CACREP accredited)

BS in Child & Family Development

BS in Psychology with a minor in Drama