Counseling Psychologists in the News

Laurel Watson

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January 26, 2015 Sexism is making women sick Article in the Guardian featuring research by Laurel Watson, assistant professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.      … » Read more

Christopher Slaten

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October 28, 2014 Colleges Are Tracking When Students Work Out at Rec Centers Article in the Wall Street Journal featuring research by Christopher Slaten, assistant professor and School Counseling Program Director at Purdue University.… » Read more

Dorothy Espelage

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November 3, 2014 Illinois Researchers Develop Social Sensing Game to Detect Classroom Bullies Press release in University of Illinois News Bureau October 7, 2014 Researchers and Schools Diverge in Definitions of Bullying Education Week October… » Read more

Danice Brown

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August 28, 2014 Students Participate in Ferguson Discussion Article in The Telegraph.com highlighting a facilitated discussion about race relations for children by Danice Brown, Associate Professor in Psychology at Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville.… » Read more

Shari Robinson

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October 10, 2014 Seeking Help at a Campus Counseling Center? Take a Number Article in the Chronicle of Higher Education interviewing Shari Robinson, interim director of University of Florida’s Counseling Center… » Read more

Jon Davies

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October 14, 2014 Nonviolent Men Must Help Curb Sexual Assault Article in Register Guard written by counseling psychologist Jon Davies, previous senior staff psychologist at University of Oregon Counseling and Testing Center, and current director… » Read more

Karen Multon

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October 15, 2014 When the Storm Outside Triggers a Storm Inside: Severe Weather Phobias NPR Kansas City interview on research from Karen Multon, professor of counseling psychology and research education at the University of Kansas.… » Read more

Kevin Cokley

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Kevin Cokley is a professor of counseling psychology and director of the Institute for Urban Policy Research and Analysis at the University of Texas-Austin. July 2, 2015 Next Steps on the Ferguson Front Huffington Post June… » Read more

Jameka Falconer

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October 17, 2014 Close to Home: A Psychologist Reflects on Providing Crisis Counseling in Ferguson Article in APA Blog Psychology Benefits Society featuring reflections on crisis intervention work on racism and law enforcements in communities… » Read more

Nadya Fouad

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September 22, 2014 Why Engineering Fields Still Struggle to Retain Female Employees Interview on Minnesota Public Radio featuring research by Nadya Fouad, Distinguished Professor and Department Chair at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and Elizabeth Bierman,… » Read more