Westlake Hall 336
Ed.D., Counselor Education and Supervision; Northern Illinois University 2012
M.A., Community Counseling; Chicago State University 2007
Dr. Malik Raheem is from the great city of Chicago, Il. In 2007, he completed the requirements for the Masters of Arts in Community Counseling from Chicago State University. Although it was not required to complete the program, I submitted a Master’s Thesis: The Relationship between Demographic Variables, Internalized Negative Racial Stereotypes, and Attitudes towards Dating Preferences among African Americans.
In 2012, he completed all the requirements for a doctorate. His dissertation topic was Investigating the Relationship of Ethnic Identity Development and Multicultural Competence of Counselor Educators and Their ability to recognize Racial Microaggressions in Supervision. He has a taught from 2012-2019 at California State University, Fresno A.K.A Fresno State. He has taught at Wilberforce University from 2019-2022. Wilberforce is the first private HBCU in the country. Also, he has taught on brief assignments at Seattle University and Grand Canyon University.
During his time at Bradley University, Dr. Raheem has experience teaching the following courses:
ENC 624 Theories and Techniques of Counseling
ENC 625 Principles of Group Counseling
ENC 631 Crisis Interventions Counseling
ENC 632 Psychopharmacology Counseling
ENC 690 Practicum
ENC 691 Internship I
ENC Internship II
ENC 586 Counseling Diverse Populations
Raheem, M. A., Starr, R., (2022). Assessing and Infusing Principles of JEDI in CES Pedagogy: Social Justice in Counselor Education. North Central Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors, Omaha NE.
Raheem, M. A., Starr, R., (2022). Addressing Microaggressions and issues of Accommodations with Students of African Descent, Western Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors, Portland OR.
Raheem, M. A., Hart, K. A., Moyenda, M., Pitt, J. S., (2019). Seeking the Sakhu: Lift every voice. Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors, Seattle WA.
Raheem, M. A, & Hart. K. A., (2018). Complexity and Intersectionality of Crisis and Trauma in Counseling Those of African Descent. Illinois Counseling Association, Itasca, Il.
Raheem, M. A., Hart. K. A., & Becton, A. (2018). Persons of African Descent Interpersonal Relationships and Community Violence. American Counseling Association, Atlanta, GA.
Raheem, M. A, & Hart. K. A., (2017). Complexity and Intersectionality of Crisis and Trauma in Counseling Those of African Descent. American Counseling Association, San Francisco, CA.
Raheem, M. (2017). Psychosocial Mental Health Development Model: Techniques for Counseling and Instructional Faculty. IDEA Summit Fresno City. Fresno, CA.
Raheem, M. (2016). S.H.I.E.L.D. Social Justice Workshop: Agents against Microaggressions and Covert Racism. Doctorate Program in Education Leadership Conference. Fresno, CA.
Tooson, J. & Raheem, M.A. (2020). Historical Background of Rehabilitation Counseling. Fundamental of Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling, Cognella Publishing.
Pitt, J.P., Vaughn, S., Raheem, M.A., Boston, Q. (2020). Cultural Considerations in Assessment. Aspen Publications (Edited Chapter)
Becton, A. B., Chen, R. K., Raheem, M. A. (2020). Employer Viewpoints towards Hiring Individuals in Addiction Recovery. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health. In Progess
Raheem, M. A. & Hart, K. A. Counseling People of African Descent, Counseling Today March 2019
Raheem, M. A. (2018). Narratives in Microaggressions. Journal of Education Renaissance. 3, 67-73.
Wilson, K.B. Pitt, J. S., Raheem, M. A., Aklin, & C Wilson, J. (2017). Multicultural Counseling Competencies: Why it is difficult for us apply what we know. IGI-Global Publications. (Edited chapter)
Since 2022, Dr. Malik Raheem is the President of the National Association of Black Counselors.