Bagmi Das

Bagmi Das
Assistant Professor, Counseling and Human Development

Bagmi Das is an Assistant Professor of Counseling and Human Development at the George Washington University. Her research agenda focuses on culturally-informed trauma treatment. Specifically, she is interested in understanding support seeking behavior in minoritized populations and accordingly implementing more culturally informed treatment, especially for survivors of trauma. Dr. Das also is interested in the link between school services and provision of mental health support to minoritized populations. Currently, her research in this realm focuses on college access counseling for first generation college students.

Dr. Das has provided counseling services within diverse settings, including homes, group homes/residential treatment centers, community mental health centers, high schools, and post-secondary institutions. Her breadth of experience within different systems and working with diverse clients and families informs her research agenda. She is licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist in California.

Education
Ph.D. in Counselor Education, The Pennsylvania State University
M.S. in Counseling with a concentration in marriage and family therapy, San Diego State University
B.S. in Psychology and English, Carnegie Mellon University

In the News

Dr. Bagmi Das has been selected to serve on the editorial board for the International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling (IJAC). Editorial board terms are typically three years.

Dr. Bagmi Das and GSEHD doctoral student Qi Chen (Counseling) presented a poster presentation entitled "Counseling the Asian Diaspora" at the TCSPP Clinical Mental Health Counseling 3rd Annual Virtual Conference.

GSEHD doctoral students (Counseling) Hanyun Li, Yuqing Qiu, and Qi Chen, working with Dr. Mina Attia and Dr. Bagmi Das, presented their research at the Virginia Association for Counselor Education and Supervision 2020 Graduate Student Conference.

GSEHD doctoral students (Counseling) Hanyun Li, Yuqing Qiu, and Qi Chen, working with Dr. Mina Attia and Dr. Bagmi Das, presented their research at the Virginia Association for Counselor Education and Supervision 2020 Graduate Student Conference.