Dr. Tammy Cashwell

Tammy CashwellAssistant Teaching Professor

Phone: 336-758-2493

Email Address: cashweth@nullwfu.edu

Mailing Address: Department of Counseling, Box 7406, WFU, Winston-Salem, NC 27109

Faculty member at Wake Forest University since 2013



  • PhD in Counselor Education, Mississippi State University
  • MS in School Counseling, Mississippi State University
  • BS in Health Education, Appalachian State University

Research and Special Interests:

  • Mindfulness (of all ages; particularly with children and adolescents in the school setting); spirituality; animal-assisted therapy; alternative therapies

Awards/Honors (selected):

  • June Comola Scholarship (Mississippi Counseling Association)
  • Chi Sigma Iota
  • ACA Best Practices Award

 Counseling Experience:

  • Professional School Counselor for Sudduth Elementary and Reagan High School
  • Child & Adolescent Mental Health Counselor for Daymark Recovery Services
  • Counselor for college students, adults, adolescents, children, couples, and families at the Mississippi State Counseling Lab

Professional Licensure and Memberships (selected):

  • Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in North Carolina
  • Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC)
  • NC Professional Educator’s License
  • American Counseling Association (ACA)
  • American School Counselor Association (ASCA)
  • Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES)

Recent Publications (Selected):

  • Cashwell, T. H. (in press) Yoga. ASERVIC Monographs.
  • Giordano, A. L., Clarke, P. B., Fulton, C. L. & Cashwell, T. H. (in press). Emerging approaches. In J. S. Young and C. S. Cashwell (Eds.), Clinical mental health counseling: Elements of effective practice. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.
  • Cashwell, C. S., Shcherbakova, J., & Cashwell, T. H. (2003) Effect of client and counselor ethnicity on preference for counselor disclosure. Journal of Counseling and Development, 81, 196-201.
  • Cashwell, T. H. & Skinner, C. H. & Smith E. S. (2001). Increasing second-grade students’ reports of peers’ prosocial behaviors via direct instruction, group reinforcement, and progress feedback: A replication and extension. Education and Treatment of Children, 24, 161-176.
  • Cashwell, T. H., & Dooley, K. (2001). The impact of supervision on counselor self-efficacy. The Clinical Supervisor, 20, 39-47.

Recent presentations (selected):

  • Rogers, J.L., Binkley, E.E., Warden, S. P., Cashwell, T. H., Emerson, C. H., & Forti, A. (2016, February). Rethinking clinical supervision: A fresh look at common challenges.  All-day pre-conference training at the North Carolina Counseling Association’s annual conference.  Greensboro, NC.
  • Rogers, J.L., Cashwell, T., Emerson, C., Forti, A., Warden, S. (October 2014) Leaning In Without Losing Balance. Southern Association of Counselor Education and Supervision confererence, Birmingham, AL.
  • Cashwell, T. H. (2012, November). Creating a cooperative classroom environment. Invited 1 day training for The Piedmont Triad Education Consortium, Greensboro, N.C.
  • Cashwell, C. S., & Cashwell, T. H. (2012, October). Mindfulness and acceptance in depression. Licensed Professional Counselors Association of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC
  • Cashwell, C. S., & Cashwell, T. H. (2003, February) Integrating spirituality into the counseling process. Invited 7 hour training for “Big Easy” series at the University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA.
  • Cashwell, T. H., Cashwell, C. S., & Gibbons, M. (2002, March). Introduction to functional assessment. Presentation at the annual conference, American Counseling Association, New Orleans, LA


  • I’m originally from Winston-Salem and live with my wonderful husband, Craig and my amazing daughter Sam. We also have a pug (Zoe) a cat (Jaz) and a fish (Ernest T). I love spending time with my family, reading, music, being outdoors, and anything having to do with animals.