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Additional student publications

  • Kozak, K. (2017). Writing your own sequel. In S. Degges-White & N. Davis (Eds.), Integrating the expressive arts into counseling practice, second edition: Theory-based interventions. (pp. 183-184). New York, NY: Springer.
  • Yesilada, S.(2017). Therapy timeline. In S. Degges-White & N. Davis (Eds.), Integrating the expressive arts into counseling practice, second edition: Theory-based interventions. (pp. 177-178). New York, NY: Springer.

Syracuse University at ACES 2017

Shana Gellin and Erin Friedman ACES 2017 - ChicagoJennifer Rogers, Melissa Luke, Andreea Sziglagy and Amaila Stanciu JenselErin Friedman and Jordan Shannon ACES 2017 Chicago

Left: Shana Gellin and Erin Friedman, both PhD students
Center: 
Jennifer Rogers, Ph.D grad; Melissa Luke; Andreea Sziglagy; Amalia Stanciu Jensel, PhD grad
Right: 
Erin Friedman and Jordan Shannon, both PhD students

  • Belmontes, K. (2017, October). In Treatment: An Illustration of the Impact of Client Suicide on Counselors. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Chicago, IL (50 min. session).
  • Bruner, S. (2017, October). Traditionally Marginalized Doctoral Student Persistence: Lessons Learned. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Chicago, IL (50 min. session).
  • Barrio Minton, C., Bruner, S., & Wachter Morris, C. (2017, October). Researching Counselor Education: A Systematic, Critical Content Analysis of Methodology. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Chicago, IL (50 min. session).
  • Friedman, E.& Lugo, M. (2017, October). Qualitative Analysis of Adjunct Teachers Experiences with Gatekeeping in Counseling Programs. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Chicago, IL (50 min. session).
  • Gelin, S. (2017, October). “Black, but not African American:” Exploration About Counseling Afro-Caribbean College Students. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Chicago, IL (50 min. session).
  • Lee, A. (2017, October). Clinical Training Experiences of International Counseling Students. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Chicago, IL (50 min. session).
  • Luke, M., Gilbride, D., Goodrich, K., & Rogers, J. (2017, October). Attachment, Use of Cognitive Distortions, and Experiences in Supervision Among Counseling Students. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Chicago, IL (50 min. session).
  • Luke, M., Goodrich, K., & Kleist, D. (2017, October). The Big or Small Question: A Model for Conceptualizing Sample Size in Qualitative Research. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Chicago, IL (50 min. session).
  • Clark, M., & O’Hara, C. (2017, October). Implementing Feminist, Post-Colonial, and Indigenous Methods in Counseling Research. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Chicago, IL (ACES INFORM Presentation).
  • Cook, J. & O’Hara, C. (2017, October). Identifying and Dismantling Social Class Microaggressions in Counselor Education. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Chicago, IL (50 min. session).
  • Peters, H., & Cavanaugh, K. (2017, October). Queering Queer Males Couples Counseling. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Chicago, IL (Roundtable session).
  • Peters, H., & Vereen, L. (2017, October). Grounding Leadership in Professional Counseling: A Phenomenological Study. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Chicago, IL (50 min. session).
  • Rivas, M., Hill, N., Peters, H., & Vereen, L. (2017, October). Multicultural Training for Counselors: A Qualitative Investigation of Students’ Experiences. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Chicago, IL (50 min. session).
  • Seward, D. (2017, October). Critical Incidents of Multicultural Training Resistance in Students of Color. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Chicago, IL (50 min. session).
  • Rivas, M., Hill, N., & Seward, D. (2017, October). The Development of Disability Competence: A Grounded Theory. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Chicago, IL (50 min. session).
  • Paone, T., Pullman, N., & Shannon, J. (2017, October). One of the Only: Experiences of Students of Color in two Multicultural Counseling Courses. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Chicago, IL (50 min. session).
  • Zhu, P., Craigen, L., & Navalta, C. (2017, October). Infusing Trauma-Informed Pedagogy into Counselor Training. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Chicago, IL (50 min. session).
  • Zhu, P., & Luke, M. (2017, October). Teaching Constructivism or Constructivist Teaching? Lesson Learned in Counseling Theories Pedagogy. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Chicago, IL (50 min. session).

 

Please join us in welcoming our new faculty!

Caroline O'HaraCaroline O’Hara, PhD, LPC (GA), NCC
Assistant Professor

Caroline O’Hara is pleased to join Syracuse University as a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor. She also serves the Department of Counseling and Human Services as CMHC Program Coordinator. Although she originally hails from Georgia, she spent a few years working in Ohio and is enjoying New York as her new home. In her free time, she appreciates creative pursuits in the kitchen such as cooking and baking; natural activities such as gardening, hiking, and birdwatching; and all things sci-fi/fantasy/horror.

Caroline O’Hara, Ph.D., LPC (GA), NCC is a scholar and advocate working as an Assistant Professor in the Department pf Counseling and Human Services at Syracuse University. She currently serves as Coordinator of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program. Although she teaches across the core CACREP curriculum, she particularly enjoys teaching professional identity and ethics, group counseling, assessment, counseling skills, social and cultural foundations, theories, and experiential courses.

Most of Dr. O’Hara’s counseling experience has been in college counseling centers providing campus outreach as well as individual, group, career, and disability counseling. She has also worked in partial hospitalization, hospital, and hospice settings. 

Dr. O’Hara’s scholarly interests include multicultural counseling competence and advocacy. She primarily publishes and presents in the areas of microaggressions, social justice, sexual and gender diversity, multicultural competence, and advocacy (both client and professional). As Chair of the AARC Diversity Committee, she spearheaded the development and publication of the AARC Standards for Multicultural Research (2016).

Dr. O’Hara has also held multiple leadership positions at the local and national levels. She is active with several ACA divisions, including AARC, ACES, and AMCD. She has served AARC as Treasurer and Diversity Committee Chair. She has also served AMCD as Awards Chair. Additionally, Dr. O'Hara is an active member of CSI, having served as a Chapter Faculty Advisor, CSI Leadership Intern, and Editorial Board Member for the Journal of Counselor Leadership and Advocacy. She has been honored with several awards including the ACA Courtland C. Lee Multicultural Excellence Scholarship Award, the AMCD Emerging Graduate Student Leadership Award, the ACES Outstanding Graduate Student Leadership Award, and the SACES Emerging Leader Fellow Award. 

Dr. O’Hara received her doctoral degree in Counselor Education and Practice from Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a National Certified Counselor.

Sherrie BrunerSharon (Sherrie) Bruner, PhD.
Visiting Assistant Professor

Sherrie is a visiting assistant professor in the Department of Counseling and Human Services. She joined SU in 2017 and currently teaches Career, Counseling Theory, and Internship. Before joining SU, Sherrie was an adjunct instructor at Johnson University and taught as a graduate teaching associate at the University of Tennessee. Sherrie’s clinical experience includes work within jail, residential, in-home, and school settings. Sherrie’s primarily focuses on issues surrounding persistence and resilience of diverse populations and counselor/educator competence with diverse populations.  Sherrie is specifically interested in systemic and institutional processes that support or hinder the success of diverse students.

George VeraGeorge Davy Vera, Ph.D., NCC, ACS
Visiting Assistant Professor

George Davy Vera is a clinical counseling practitioner and counselor educator, he has been working in the counseling field for over 30 years.  Before coming to Syracuse University, Dr. Vera was a visiting professor at the University of San Diego, CA.  Formerly, he was a professor in the Psychology Department, School of Education, at the University of Zulia, Venezuela.  Besides his teaching commitments, he served in diverse leadership positions, such as Chair of the Psychology Department and Chair of Counseling Master Program and lead researcher for several funded research projects.

Dr. Vera holds a Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision (University of New Orleans, 2002), a M.Ed. inCounselor Education (clinical mental health counseling emphasis; University of New Orleans, 1999), an M.S. in Behavioral Counseling (Center for Psychiatry, Psychological, and Sexual Studies, 1996), a B. Ed. In Counseling & Guidance (The University of Zulia, 1993),and an A.A.S in Computer Information Systems (University Institute Jesus E. Lossada, 1983). He is a National Certificate Counselor (NCC, 2000) and an Approved Clinical Supervisor (2016).

Philosophically, Dr. Vera follows a humanistic-centered teaching perspective. His pedagogical framework is nurtured by original ideas proposed by constructivist epistemology, Freire’s pedagogy principles, Critical Pedagogy paradigms, and the Socratic approach.  Based on this philosophy, he follows a student-centered and experiential approach to the activate a sense of community of self-directed learners. 

As a result of his pedagogical-oriented research, he had developed diverse learning strategies and techniques suitable for interdisciplinary teaching-learning processes at undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education spaces. Therefore, these educational spaces are characterized by engagement and respectful support among learners,inclusiveness, and participative encouragement. In his view, any education process is first humanistic in nature, then scientific, and finally technologic; accordingly, a pedagogically-oriented education should be able of facilitating multiple levels of experiences: in-classroom, in the field, and online that would highly stimulate students’ learning possibilities and talents development as well as their own power for changing themselves and their World.

As a scholar, he has been publishing and researching on pedagogical-oriented practical applications related to educating and supervising professional counseling practitioners in diverse settings. Counseling interview and techniques, counseling emerging theories, bilingual and multicultural counseling challenges, social, and inclusion issues in human development from counseling perspectives are included in his current research agenda.

Doctoral & Master's Student Publications & Presentations - 2017

Our Doctoral Students have been hard at work, here are some of the recent presentations and publication from our future Counselor Educators.

Publications

  • Shannon, J. (2017). Diamonds in the rough: Mentoring Black Students for the Professoriate. NARACES Graduate Student Bulletin, 1, (2-3).

  • Luke, M., Goodrich, K. M, Castillo, J., & Miller, A. (2017). Gender studies in K-12 education. (pp. 761-764).  In K. Nadal (Ed.). The SAGE encyclopedia of psychology and gender. New York, NY: Sage

  • Goodrich, K. M., Luke, M., & Kassirer, S. J. (2017). Heteronormativity.  In K. Nadal (Ed.). The SAGE encyclopedia of psychology and gender. (pp. 841-844). New York, NY: Sage

  • Luke, M., Hancioglu, S., & Goodrich, K. M. (2017). Take back the night. In K. Nadal (Ed.). The SAGE encyclopedia of psychology and gender. (pp. 1657-1658). New York, NY: Sage

  •  Luke, M., Levine, C., & Goodrich, K. M. (2017). Bi-Gender. In K. Nadal (Ed.). The SAGE encyclopedia of psychology and gender. (pp. 147-149). New York, NY: Sage

  • Duffy, J. T., Saltis, M. S, Thompson, L. K., & Kassirer, S. K.  (2017). A story does exist:  A    qualitative exploration of the use of reflexive stories in pre-practicum. Journal of        Creativity in Mental Health, 12 (1), 1-15. doi.org/10.1080/15401383.2016.1262303
  • Peters, H. C. (2017). Multicultural complexity: An intersectional lens for clinical Supervision. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 39(2), 177-187. DOI:10.1007/s10447-017-9290-2

Presentations

  • Buser, T. J, Buser, J. K., Gelin, S., Wong, J. (March, 2017). “Addictive Features of Nonsuicidal        Self-Injury: Risk for Unintentionally Severe Harm”. Poster presented at the American Counseling Association, San Francisco, CA.
  • Cavanaugh, K.M. (June, 2017) Humanistic Approach to Counseling Transgender Individuals: A Case Example. Association for Humanistic Counseling, Syracuse, NY.
  • Cavanaugh, K. M.(2017) Cyberbullying: Potential Trauma in Adolescent Female Development.   American Counseling Association’s Children and Adolescent Division, Arlington, VA.
  • Coogan, T. A., Kozak, K., Shea, M., & Fairley, J. (July, 2017). Infusing supervision training:  Supporting site supervisors and master's programs in school counseling. American      School Counselor Association, Denver, CO.
  • Darkis, J., Grecco, E. (2017, June). How horses make us human: Exploring the human-horse connection through equine-assisted psychotherapy. Education session conducted at the Association for Humanistic Counseling Annual Conference, Syracuse, NY.
  • Darkis, J.(2017, July). Equine assisted therapy with child clients who have experienced trauma. Poster session presented at the Association for Child and Adolescent Counseling Inaugural Conference, Arlington, VA.
  • Friedman, E. N. & Lugo, M. (October, 2017) Qualitative analysis of adjunct teachers’        experiences with gatekeeping in counseling programs. Association of Counselor        Education and Supervision. Chicago, IL.
  • Friedman, E. N. & Marfilius, K. (June, 2017) Utilizing an Existential paradigm with military   service members and veterans. Association for Humanistic Counseling. Syracuse, NY.
  • Gelin, S. (June, 2017). ““Black, African-American, What’s The Difference?”: An Exploration  About Self-Identity and Afro-Caribbean College Students”. Education Session at  Association for Humanistic Counseling, Syracuse, NY.
  • Kozak, K., & Peters, H. C. (March 2017). Advocacy and leadership: A comprehensive developmental school counseling program. American Counseling Association. San Francisco, California.
  • Lee, A. (October 2017). Clinical Training Experiences of International Counseling Students. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision National Conference. Chicago, IL.
  • Peters, H. C., & Rivas, M. (June 2017). Self Model of Humanistic supervision: A proposed model. Association for Humanistic Counseling. Syracuse, New York.  
  • Rivas, M., Peters, H. C., &Lee, A. (June 2017). Humanism and the global south: Expanding the multicultural discourse. Association for Humanistic Counseling. Syracuse, New York.  
  • Su, Y., & Peters, H. C. (March 2017). The journeys to becoming a leader: Guide for graduate students. American Counseling Association. San Francisco, California.
  • Zhu, P. (March, 2017). The pervasive shame in complex trauma: An ecological view.         International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation Annual Conference.        Washington, D.C.
  • Zhu, P. (March, 2017). Addressing the pervasive shame in complex trauma. International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation Annual Conference. Washington, D.C.
  • Zhu, P. (June, 2017). The pervasive shame in complex trauma: An ecological view. Society for Psychotherapy Research Annual International Conference. Toronto, Canada.
  • Zhu, P., Craigen, L. & Navalta, C. (Accepted, Oct., 2017). Infusing trauma-informed pedagogies    into counselor training. Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors. Chicago, IL.
  • Zhu, P. & Luke, M. (Accepted, Oct., 2017). Teaching Constructivism or Constructivist teaching?  Lesson learned in counseling theories pedagogy. Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors. Chicago, IL.

Congratulations to Jessie Darkis in Recognition of Being Named a 2017 CRIGS Fellow

Jessie Darkis

Jessie Darkis, a first-year doctoral student in our Counseling and Counselor Education doctoral program. Jessie was recently named a 2017 Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) fellow through their Research Initiative for Graduate Students (CRIGS) program.

The highly competitive CRIGS program offers two current CACREP graduate students the opportunity to become a CRIGS Research Fellow for a one year term during which they will develop collaborative projects with one another, as well as with CACREP Staff, and engage in research endeavors that mirror and support CACREP’s vision, mission, and values. Research Fellows involved in the CRIGS program will have the unique opportunity to be involved in scholarly endeavors that align with the goals and objectives of the CACREP Research Agenda."


Department of Counseling and Human Services recognizes three 2017 Spector/Warren Fellows

CHS Spector Warren Fellows 2017

Congratulations to Katie Kozak, Erin Friedman, and Kellin Cavanaugh,  and  who are 2017 Spector/ Warren Fellows.  The Fellowship program began with an intensive six-day institute (January 7-13, 2017) at the  Holocaust Museum Houston in Houston, Texas.
It will continue during the spring  2017 semester with follow-up seminars at Syracuse University taught by an interdisciplinary group of Syracuse University      faculty including curriculum experts, experienced Holocaust educators, and content area specialists who will facilitate discussions on pedagogical approaches to this complex subject.

The Spector/Warren Fellowship seeks to enhance education, cultural production, and public memory about the incidence of genocide – past and present – through professional development for educators, arts and cultural events, and interdisciplinary symposia. The Spector/Warren Fellowship is sponsored by Helen and Andrew Spector and the Spector Family Foundation, and made possible by a gift from Holocaust survivor Naomi Warren and her family.


Dr. Melissa Luke and Dr. Kris Goodrich Recognized by the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision

Dr. Melissa Luke and Dr. Kris GoodrichDr. Melissa Luke received the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision’s Publication in Counselor Education and Supervision Award this fall. The award “honors a significant publishing effort by an ACES member focusing on the education and supervision of counselors within the last two years” (ACES Call for Award Nominations, 2016). Dr. Luke’s co-authored book entitled “Group Counseling with LGBTQI Persons” is the celebrated publication. Dr. Luke wrote the book with Dr. Kris Goodrich, an alumni of SU and a current faculty member at the University of New Mexico.


Students and Alumni Represented at the NYSSCA Conference 2016

Imani Lewars, Zesty Gabriel, Walter Benedict, and Jaime CastilloThe New York State School Counselor Association (NYSSCA)’s annual conference was convened on November 18 and 19, 2016, and both current master’s students and recent alumni were in attendance. Imani Lewars and Zesty Gabriel, two current school counseling master’s students, were joined by recent alumni Jaime Castillo (Assistant Professor at Alfred University) and Walter Benedict (School Counselor in Syracuse City School District), at the conference. Jaime and Walter presented on “Applying Strategies for Creating Inclusive Groups for Students with Disabilities in Schools.” Imani and Zesty engaged in professional development that will shape their trajectory to have a transformative impact on their future students and school communities


3 Doctoral Students Appointed to ASGW Committee

Allison Hrovat, Steve Kassirer, and Alan Miller were appointed student members of Association for Specialists in Group Work (ASGW) Research Committee. ASGW is one of 20 chartered divisions of the American Counseling Association (ACA). We are proud of Allison, Steve, and Alan because they have an opportunity to have a national impact on the profession.


CHS Attendance at NARACES 2014

Faculty, doctoral students, and master’s students attended the North Atlantic Region of ACES (NARACES) conference in Rhode Island in September 2014. Faculty and students presented 21 times at the conference on topics ranging from mindfulness, group supervision, spirituality, internalization, school counseling training, and sexuality in people with disabilities to research mentorship, racial trauma, resonant leadership, and professional identity. Syracuse University sponsored a social event for all conference attendees, and our faculty and students were well represented on the NARACES leadership. We are proud to be engaged in leadership, service, and scholarship at the regional level.

Alumni with Nicole Hill and Linwood Vereen at a dinner tableCurrent students and alumni at a receptionAlumni and students with Melissa Luke


Allison Hrovat Named NARACES 2014 Outstanding Graduate Student

Allison Horvat

Allison Hrovat, doctoral candidate, was honored as the regional Outstanding Graduate Student by the North Atlantic Region of the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (NARACES). Her accomplishments and contributions were recognized at the biennial conference held in Providence, Rhode Island. Allison was celebrated for her academic excellence, professional involvement in meaningful initiatives, demonstration of leadership, and scholarly contributions. During her time as a doctoral student at Syracuse, Allison has positively impacted her peers, master’s students, and the faculty. Students in her classes and supervisees consistently describe their work with Allison as “caring” and “transformative.” Congratulations Allison on an award well-deserved!


NARACES names "Outstanding Supervisor Award" after Professor Emeritus Janine M. Bernard

Janine Bernard

At the 2014 conference of the North Atlantic Region of the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (NARACES), the Executive Board of NARACES commemorated Dr. Janine M. Bernard's substantial impact on the field of clinical supervision by honoring her and naming their "Outstanding Supervisor Award" after her. As of 2014, all regional recipients of such award will be bestowed with the "Janine M. Bernard Outstanding Supervisor Award." Janine was recognized at the Awards Luncheon and received a standing ovation related to her legacy and impact. The hallmarks of the Janine M. Bernard Outstanding Supervisor Award include: modeling professional involvement, leadership, professional development and/or advocacy, demonstrating exceptional mentorship through consistent service as a supervisor, and evidencing professional involvement and leadership that has contributed to outstanding performance accomplishments by students under his/her supervision.


Jaime H. Castillo III receives NARACES Emerging Leader Award

In Providence, Rhode Island, Jaime H. Castillo III, third year doctoral student, was honored with the Emerging Leader Award from the North Atlantic Region of the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (NARACES). Emerging Leader Awards are bestowed on candidates who are highly professionally engaged, productive, and evidence significant promise for professional leadership. This professional development program was developed by the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision to encourage new professionals and doctoral students to become active in leadership and professional engagement. NARACES and the other regions adapted this program for members to include masters’ and doctoral students with new professionals. We are excited to have Jaime recognized in such a capacity.


2013 Recipients of the NBCC Professional Identity Award 

The National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) just announced that the CHS Department at Syracuse University was one of two recipients of the 2013 Professional Identity Award! This award is a national recognition that signifies the faculty's excellence in and commitment to promoting counselor professional identity. Fantastic News!


Spring 2014 Honors

  • Sarah Spiegelhoff received the 2014 Chi Sigma Iota Excellence in Counseling Research Grant to fund her dissertation;
  • Dr. Melissa Luke received the 2013 Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Research in Counseling and Supervision Award! Dr. Luke received this award alongside SU alum Dr. Kris Goodrich, and former SU faculty Dr. Janna Scarborough.
  • Dr. Melissa Luke received the Counselor Educator of the Year Award from the North Atlantic Regional Association for Counselor Education and Supervision!

Doctoral & Master's Student Publications & Presentations

Our Doctoral Students have been hard at work, here are some of the recent presentations and publications from our future Counselor Educators!

Publications

  • Goodrich, K., Hrovat, A., & Luke, M. (Accepted). Professional identity, practice and development of Kenyan teacher-counsellors: An ethnography Journal of Counselor Leadership & Advocacy.
  • Hrovat, A. M., & Luke, M. (Accepted). Weaving as a metaphor: The co-construction of a mentoring relationship. In The mentoring continuum from graduate school through tenure. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Graduate School Press.
  • Hrovat, A.M., Thompson, L.K., & Thaxton, S.L. (Accepted). Preparing counselors-in-training for multidisciplinary collaboration: Lessons learned from a pilot program.VISTAS 2013.
  • Luke, M., & Hrovat, A. M. (Accepted). Not just for playing charades: The role of non-verbal communication. In J. DeLucia-Waack, S. Korta, K. Maertin, E. Martin, L. Zawadzki, & F. Colvin (Eds.)School counselors share their favorite classroom guidance activities. Alexandria, VA:Association for Specialists in Group Work.
  • Kassirer, S. J., DeLaney, N.M, Glodstein, L. M., Taylor, M. E., Dobmeier, R. A., and Hernandez, T. J. (2013). Scope of practice impact on employability in New York State: Director and counselor views. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 35:4, 360-376

Presentations

  • Bernard, J., Miller, A., & Liu, Y. (2013, October).Training clinical supervisors to conceptualize across dimensions. Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors, Denver, CO.
  • Finnerty, S. (2013, October). Death of the VCR!?! How current technology can fill the gap. Training counselors to be in the classroom. Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors, Denver, CO.
  • Hrovat, A.M., Snyder, S., & Thaxton, S. (2013, October). Affirming diversity of perspective and unity of purpose: Reflecting team supervision in action. Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors, Denver, CO.
  • Hrovat, A.M., & Luke, M. (2013, October). Is the personal theoretical? Trainees’ experiences of learning counseling theory. Poster at the Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors, Denver, CO.
  • Miller, A., Castillo, J., & Levine, C. (2013, October). Expanding the horizons of counselor education: Deconstruction as a multicultural approach to teaching theory. Poster at the Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors, Denver, CO.
  • Levine, C. & Hrovat, A.M. (2013, July). Inviting the sacred: Exploring spirituality with LGBTQ Clients. American Mental Health Counselors Association, Washington D.C. .
  • Brown-Smythe, C. A. &Spiegelhoff, S. (2013, June). Spirituality: A transitional issue for college students. University and College Counseling Centers of New York, Hamilton, New York.
  • Liu, Y. (2013, June). Trauma focused supervision: A qualitative inquiry of novice counselors’ experiences.The 9th International Interdisciplinary Conference on Clinical Supervision, Garden City, NY.
  • McEachern, M.D., (2013, February). More than words: Advocating for LGBTQIQ youth. Poster at the Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Issues in Counseling of Alabama, Birmingham, AL.