Dr. Linda Ball
Community Counseling Coordinator
Dr. Linda Ball, joined the faculty in 1993 after a long career in the private sector. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Licensed Marriage and Family Counselor, and a Board-Approved Supervisor in Texas. She has extensive experience in a variety of mental health settings, from inpatient acute psychiatric care to residential care, working with children, adolescents, and adults experiencing psychiatric and addiction concerns. She currently serves as a Texas Counseling Association senator (representing the Texas Association of Marriage and Family Counselors) and chairs the Texas Counseling Association Ethics Committee. Her research interest includes outcome clinical research and its relationship to supervision and the developing counseling professional and the relationship among ethical conduct, moral development and spirituality. Within the Department, she serves as a Director of the Community Counseling and Psychology Clinic, has been a coordinator of doctoral internship, and frequently teaches community counseling and clinical courses. Dr. Ball chairs several doctoral dissertation committees.