Lucy Parker-Barnes

Assistant Professor of Counselor Education and Supervision

  • 1800 College Ave
  • Quincy, IL 62301
  • Francis Hall 332
  • 217-228-5432

Dr. Parker-Barnes has been a counselor for over a decade and has researched the effects of social class trauma and classism in counseling for several years. Dr. Parker-Barnes has worked with clients with various presenting concerns including trauma, mood disorders, grief, interpersonal conflict, mandated-related issues, and others. Dr. Parker-Barnes has also written various articles related to multiculturalism, intersectionality, social class trauma, classism, and other topics for organizations such as The National Career Development Association, The Family Journal, The Career Development Quarterly, The Journal of Counseling in Illinois, and The International Association for Resilience and Trauma Counseling.


Northern Illinois University, PhD, Doctorate in Counseling Education and Supervision, 2018

University of Illinois Springfield, MA, Masters in Arts in Human Development Counseling, 2014

University of Illinois Springfield, BA, Bachelors of Arts in Psychology, 2011

Lincoln Land Community College, AS, Associates of Science in Biology, 2009