Marcella Rolle, LAPC, NCC, CAMS, is a recent transplant to Pennsylvania from Georgia where she has worked most of her career as a counselor. Professor Rolle has worked with graduate level counseling students, teaching such courses as group counseling, addictions counseling and career counseling. She currently serves as an assistant professor in the PCOM School of Professional and Applied Psychology where she teaches and advises mental health counseling students.
In addition to her work at PCOM, Ms. Rolle operates a private telecounseling practice called Clear Minds Counseling, Consulting, and Training LLC where she provides therapy and training related to trauma, depression and anxiety for adults, children, families and organizations. Prior to that, she worked closely with children in the school setting struggling with attention deficit and anxiety disorders. Additionally, she provided TF-CBT to survivors of trauma and sexual assault at a local child advocacy and sexual assault center.
Professor Rolle is completing her PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision at Walden University where she is conducting research on the relationship between microaggressions, academic strategy development and region of upbringing among Black women in doctoral programs. Her hope is to use this data to develop best practices for supporting, mentoring, supervising and educating Black women in their doctoral journey.
Professor Rolle's research interests include:
Rolle, M. E. (2018, June). Implementing social justice in the “deep south”. Omega Zeta Newsletter: The ‘O. Z.’. (pp. 2-3)
Rolle, M. E., Fellenger, S., and Whitman, J. S. (2019). The role of mentoring in counselor education. In J. Whitman & L. Haddock (Eds.), Skill development in counselor education: A comprehensive workbook (pp. 129-134). New York, NY: Routledge
Glover, V., Hunt, D., Rolle, M., & Simpkins, T. (Panelists) (2019, May, 18). “Is it all in her head? Breaking the dark silence of mental illness.” Indigo Women’s Empowerment & Cultural Expo.
Rolle, M. (2019, April 18). Guest speaker on multicultural experiences. An online presentation for Walden University’s COUN 6723 Multicultural Counseling class. Ashburn, GA.
Riley, P. & Rolle, M. E. (2018, April 27). Establishing online mentoring relationships with CES faculty and doctoral students. A roundtable presentation at the American Counseling Association Conference. Atlanta, GA.
Rolle, M. E. (2018, May 30). Cultural diversity: Working towards cultural competence in community organizations. A presentation for the Sumer County Family Connections. Americus, GA.
Rolle, M. E. (2017, May 25). Cultural diversity: Working towards cultural competence in community organizations. A presentation for the Crisp County Community Council. Cordele, GA.
Rolle, M. E. (2017, November 18). Strategies for children and adolescent success:
involvement in academic and mental health development. A presentation for the Children and
Youth Mental Health Conference at Florida Gulf Coast University. Fort Myers, FL.