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Lee Nelson is coordinator of School Counseling in the Counselor Education program, where teaches both school counseling and counselor education and supervision courses.  Lee began her career as a high school English teacher and worked for several years as a community college counselor and behavioral science instructor.  She completed her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at the University of Oregon in 1989.  Lee served on the educational psychology faculty of the University of Washington from 1990-2002 and is a retired professor of counseling psychology from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where she served from 2002-2010 (chair, 2006-2008).  Lee's research has emphasized counselor training and supervision, gender issues in counseling, adolescent body image, and the psychological experience of social class.  Lee is former president of the Western Association of Counselor Education and Supervision and former chair of American Psychological Association's Counseling Psychology Section on Supervision.  She has co-authored two books on managing critical events in clinical supervision and has published widely in numerous counseling and psychology journals.

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CURRICULUM VITA

 

MARY LEE NELSON

VISITING PROFESSOR

 

Division of Counseling and Family Therapy                                                            Phone (314) 516-5992

466 Marillac Hall  University of Missouri, St. Louis                                               nelsonmary@umsl.edu                                              

St. Louis, Mo 63121  

 

EDUCATION

 

1989                Ph.D.               University of Oregon: Counseling Psychology

1978                M.A.                California State University, Chico: Psychology

1969                B.A.                 University of Nevada, Reno: English

 

 

CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSURE

 

2010-present                           Licensed Psychologist, State of Missouri

1991-2003                               Licensed Psychologist: State of Washington (inactive)

1998                                        National Board of Certified Counselors (NCC)

1979                                        California Community College Counselor and California

                                                Community College Instructor, Life Certifications

1969-1974                               Secondary Education Certification, State of Nevada

 

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 

University of Missouri, St. Louis, Division of Counseling and Family Therapy

 

            Visiting Professor:     2010 to Present

 

University of Wisconsin, Madison,  Department of Counseling Psychology, School of Education

           

            Chair:                          2006-2008

            Professor:                   2005 to 2010,

            Associate Professor:   2002-2005

 

University of Washington, Department of Educational Psychology

            Associate Professor:  2000-2002

            Assistant Professor:  1990-2000

 

University of Oregon:  Division of Counseling and Educational Psychology

            Teaching Assistant: Clinical supervisor,1986-1989, Instructor, 1987-1988.

            Graduate Teaching Fellow (5 terms), 1986-1987.

 

MiraCosta College, Oceanside, CA:  Department of Behavioral Science

 

            Psychology Instructor, 1981-1985.

 

Lassen College, Susanville, CA:  Department of Social Science

            Psychology Instructor, 1979-1980.

 

Butte College, Oroville, CA:  Department of Psychology

            Psychology Instructor, 1977-1978     .

 

Earl Wooster Senior High School, Reno, NV:  Department of English

            English Teacher, grades 10-12, 1969-1974.

 

 

 

COURSES TAUGHT

 

Doctoral Level: 

 

Supervision and Training in Counseling Psychology, Counselor Education and Supervision, Qualitative Research in Counseling Psychology, Research on Individual Interventions, Doctoral Foundational Practicum, Supervision Practicum, Group Counseling Practicum, History and Systems of Psychology, Seminar in Ethics.

 

Masters Level: 

 

Counseling Theories, Assessment in Counseling, Marriage and Family Counseling, Theories and Techniques of Counseling Children and Adolescents, School Counseling Practicum, School Counseling Field Placement, Elementary School Counseling, Group Counseling, Group Counseling in the Schools, Counseling for Teachers, Meeting the Needs of All Children (for teachers; co-taught with Special Education faculty), Case Study in School Counseling, Pre-practicum/Intervention Skills, Child and Family Counseling Practicum, Crisis Intervention.

 

Undergraduate Level: 

 

Introduction to Psychology: Physiological and Experimental; Individual Psychology, Social Psychology. Introduction to Counseling; Theory and Practice of Interviewing; Crisis Intervention; Personal and Social Growth.

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

(* Indicates Juried Publication)

 

Nelson, M.L. (in press).  Using the major formats of psychotherapy supervision.  In C., E. Watkins (Ed.), Handbook of psychotherapy supervision.  New York:  John Wiley and Sons.

 

*Quintana, S., Segura-Herrera, T.A., & Nelson, M.L. (2010).   Latino/a identity development in early adolescence: A qualitative study.  Journal of Social Issues, 66, 11-28.

 

*Nelson, M.L., Barnes, K.L., Evans, A., & Triggiano, P.(2008).   Working with conflict in clinical supervision: Wise supervisors’ perspectives.  Journal of Counseling Psychology, 55, 172-184.

 

Gruman, D., & Nelson, M.L.  (2008).  Supervision of professional school counselors.  In H.L.K.   Coleman & C. Yeh (Eds.).  Handbook of school counseling (pp. 309-319).  New York: Erlbaum.

 

*Nelson, M.L., Englar-Carlson, M., Tierney, S., & Hau, J.M.  (2006). Class jumping into academia: Multiple identities for counseling academics.  Journal of Counseling Psychology, 53, 1-14.

 

Nelson, M.L., & Juntunen, C.  (2006). Counseling psychology.  In C. Conrad & R. Serlin (Eds.), SAGE handbook for research in education: engaging ideas and enriching inquiry (pp. 219-235).  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

 

*Nelson, M.L., Gizara, S., Hope, A.C., Phelps, R., Steward, R., & Weissman, L. (2006).  A feminist-multicultural perspective on supervision.  Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development,34, 105-115.

 

*Nelson, M.L., & Quintana, S. M. (2005).  Qualitative clinical research with children and adolescents.  Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 34, 344-356.         

 

Ladany, N., Friedlander, M.L., & Nelson, M.L. (2005).  Critical events in psychotherapy supervision: An interpersonal approach.  American Psychological Association.

             

Neufeldt, S.A. & Nelson, M.L (2004).  Ecological counseling: Constructivist and postmodern perspectives.  In R.K. Conyne and  E.P. Cook, (Eds.), Ecological counseling: An innovative approach to conceptualizing person-environment interaction (pp. 87-107).  American Counseling Association.

 

Goodyear, R.K., Falender, C., & Nelson, M.L. (2003).  Best practices: Supervised professional experience.  Board of Psychology Update, 11,14-15.

 

Goodyear, R.K., Falender, C., & Nelson, M.L. (2003).  Best practices: Supervised clinical experience.  California Board of Psychology.  Available at: www.psychboard.ca.gov/licensing/ supervision_best.htm

 

*Nelson, M.L. (2002).  An assessment-based model for counseling strategy selection.  Journal of Counseling and Development, 80, 416-421.

 

Nelson, M.L., Gray, L.A., Friedlander, M.L., Ladany, N., & Walker, J. (2001).  Toward

relationship-centered supervision: A reply to Veach and Ellis.  Journal of Counseling

Psychology 48, 407-409.

 

*Nelson, M.L., & Friedlander, M.L. (2001).  A close look at conflictual supervisory

relationships: The trainee’s perspective.  Journal of Counseling Psychology, 48, 384-395.

 

Nelson, M.L., & Paisley, P.  (2001).  Teaching counseling research from a constructivist

perspective.  In G. McAuliffe, C. Lovell, and K. Erickson (eds.), Teaching counselors and

therapists: Constructivist and developmental course design (pp. 125-137).   Greenwood

Press.

 

*Wulf, J., & Nelson, M.L. (2000).  Experienced psychologists’ recollections of internship

supervision and its contributions to their development.  Clinical Supervisor, 19, 123-145.

 

Nelson, M.L., & Holloway, E.L.  (1999).  Supervision and Gender Issues.  In M. Carroll

& E.L.  Holloway (Eds.), Clinical Supervision in Context.  London: Sage.

 

*Neufeldt, S.A., & Nelson, M.L.  (1999).  When is counseling an appropriate and ethical

supervision function?.  Clinical Supervisor, 18, 125-135.

 

*Nelson, M.L., & Neufeldt, S.A. (1998).  The pedagogy of counseling: A critical examination.  Counselor Education and Supervision, 38(2), 70-88. .

 

*Neufeldt, S.A., & Nelson, M.L.  (1998).  Research in training clinics: A bridge between science and practice.  Journal of Clinical Psychology, 54, 315-327.   

 

Goodyear, R.G., & Nelson, M.L.  (1997). The major formats of psychotherapy supervision. In C.E.Watkins (Ed.), Handbook of Psychotherapy Supervision.  New York: John Wiley & Sons.

 

*Nelson, M.L.  (1997).  An interactional model for the empowerment of women in supervision.  Counselor Education and Supervision, 37(2), 125-139. 

 

Nelson, M.L., & Poulin, K. (1997).  Methods of constructivist inquiry.  In T. Sexton & B.Griffin (Eds.), Constructivist Thinking in Counseling Practice, Research, and Training.  New York: Teachers College Press.

 

*Neufeldt, S.A., Karno, M.K., & Nelson, M.L. (1996).  A qualitative study of experts'conceptualizations of supervisee reflectivity.  Journal of Counseling Psychology, 43, 3-9.

 

*Nelson, M.L., & Neufeldt, S.A.  (1996).  Building on an empirical foundation: Strategies to enhance good practice.  Journal of Counseling and Development, 74, 609-615.

 

*Nelson, M.L.  (1996).  Separation vs. connection, the gender controversy: Implications for counseling women.  Journal of Counseling and Development, 74, 339-344. 

 

*Nelson, M.L. (1993).   A current perspective on gender differences: Implications for research in counseling.  Journal of Counseling Psychology, 40, 200-209. 

 

*Mallinckrodt, B. and Nelson, M.L. (1991).  Counselor training level and the formation of the psychotherapeutic working alliance.  Journal of Counseling Psychology, 38, 133-138.

 

*Nelson, M.L. and Holloway, E.L. (1990).  The relation of gender to power and involvement in supervision.  Journal of Counseling Psychology, 37, 473-481. 

 

*Holloway, E.L., Wampold, B.E., and Nelson, M.L. (1990).  Gerald Weeks’ use of a paradoxical intervention with a couple: An interactional analysis.  Journal of Family Psychology, 3, 385-402.

 

Nelson, M.L. and Holloway, E.L. (1989).  Power in process: The case of counseling supervision.  Center for the Study of Women in Society Review, 9-11.

 

*Holloway, E.L., Freund, R.D., Gardner, S., Nelson, M.L., and Walker, B. (1989).  The relation of power and involvement to theoretical orientation in supervision: An analysis of discourse.  Journal of Counseling Psychology, 36, 88-102. 

 

RESEARCH IN PROGRESS

           

            Social Class Identity Dissonance and Indices of Career Maturity.  With Brian Hutchison, University of Missouri, St. Louis, and Mindi Thompson, University of Wisconsin, Madison.

 

            Women’s experiences of body concern in a virtual world.  With Belinda Gutierrez, University of Wisconsin, Madison, and Randal Barnes, University of Missouri St. Louis.

 

GRANTS

 

University of Washington College of Education Research Fund

 

                        Research Implications of Gender in Counseling       1992                $2000

                        Supervision Process over Time                                 1996                $2000

 

University of Washington Royalty Research Fund

 

                        Adolescent Appearance Conversations         Not Funded                 $39,963

                        and Body Image Dissatisfaction

                        Co-PI with Diane Carlson Jones

 

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

 

Nelson, M.L. (2011).  A qualitative study of women’s experience of appearance concern in a

             virtual environment.  International Counselor Education Conference in Second Life.

 

Nelson, M.L. (2010).  Keynote Speaker: The Essence of Supervision.  International

            Interdisciplinary Conference on Clinical Supervision, Adelphi University, NY.

 

Nelson, M.L., Thompson, M., Huffman, K.L., & Budge, S.L. (2008)  Development and initial validation of the Social Class Identity Dissonance Scale.  American Psychological Association Conference, Boston.

 

Nelson, M.L., Guequerre, L., Shilling, H. N.,  Kring, S.,  Fillingame, L., & McKay, K. (2007) A structural model of factors related to body dissatisfaction in adolescents.  American Psychological Association Conference, San Francisco.

 

Nelson, M.L., Shilling, H., Guequierre, L., Fillingame, L., McKay, K., Dvorscek, M., Rigali, M., Deruyter, J., &  Kilsdonk, C.  (2007)  Adolescents’ experiences of appearance oppression at school: A qualitative investigation.  American Psychological Association Conference, San Francisco.

 

Nelson, M.L. (2007).  Measuring Supervisor Conflict Management Style: The Next Step in a Program of Research on Supervision Conflct.  Third International Conference on Clinical Supervision, Buffalo, NY.

 

Neufeldt, S.A., Nelson, M.L., & Schrier, B. (2006).  Negotiating conflicts in supervisory relationships.  American Psychological Association conference, New Orleans.

 

Shilling, H., & Nelson, M.L. (2006).  Relation of boys’ body dissatisfaction to thinness, muscularity, and negative body evaluation concerns.  American Psychological Association conference, New Orleans.

 

Guequierre, L., & Nelson, M.L. (2006).  Sports participation and peer appearance conversations: Predicting body dissatisfaction in adolescents.  American Psychological Association conference, New Orleans.

 

Englar-Carlson, M., & Nelson, M.L. (2005).  Career and cultural markers of social class.

            Association for Counselor Education and Supervision conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

 

Barnes, K.L., & Nelson, M.L. (2005).  Managing conflict in supervision: A professional discussion.

            Association for Counselor Education and Supervision conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

 

Nelson, M.L., Barnes, K.L., Evans, A.E., & Triggiano, P. (2005).  Conflict management in the     supervisory relationship: Expert supervisors’ perspectives.  American Psychological        Association conference, Washington DC.

 

Nelson, M.L. (2005).  Working through conflicts in clinical supervision: Roundtable discussion.  First International Conference on Supervision, Buffalo, NY.

 

Nelson, M.L. (2005).  Working through gender-related conflicts in supervision.  American        Psychological Association conference, Washington DC.

 

Nelson, M.L., & Giblin, A.  (2005).  Body dissatisfaction in adolescents: Elements of prevention. 

American Educational Research Association.  Montreal, CA, April, 2005.

 

Nelson, M.L., & Friedlander, M.L. (2005).  Using a task analytic model to teach clinical process in supervision.  Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs conference, Palm Springs, CA.

 

Nelson, M.L., & Giblin, A.. (2004).  Evaluation and coping in adolescent peer appearance conversations: Implications for research and prevention.  Western Association for Counselor Education and Supervision conference, Sacramento, CA.

 

Segura-Herrera, T., Chu, E. Y., Nelson, M. L., Newell, M. & Quintana, S. (2004).  Mexican American Adolescents' Psychological Experiences of Ethnicity.   National Latina/o Psychological Association, Scottsdale, AZ.

 

Giblin, A., Nelson, M.L., & Jones, D.C. (2004).  Adolescent appearance conversations: Evaluation, pressure and coping.  American Psychological Association conference, Honolulu.

 

Nelson, M.L., & Neufeldt, S.A. (2004).  Addressing countertransference in clinical supervision.  American Psychological Association conference, Honolulu.

 

Nelson, M.L. (2004).   Preparing for the comprehensive exam: Strategies for psychology students.  American Psychological Association conference, Honolulu.

 

Russin, A., & Nelson, M.L. (2003)  Relation of eating symptoms in adolescent girls to participation in elite sports.  American Psychological Association conference, Toronto.

 

Nelson, M.L., Englar-Carlson, M., Tierney, S., & Hau, J.M. (2003).  Class jumping into academia: the social class experiences of counseling academics.  American Psychological Association conference, Toronto.

 

Nelson, M.L.  (2003).  A quick and dirty guide to planning a dissertation.  American Psychological Association conference, Toronto.

 

Nelson, M.L. (2002).  Imposter in academia: Confessions of a first-generation college educated kid from the wrong side of town.  American Psychological Association Conference, Chicago.

 

Nelson, M.L. (2002).  How to be a lousy supervisor.  Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, Park City, UT, autumn.

 

Nelson, M.L. (2001).  A qualitative study of trainees’ experiences of harm in supervision.  Western Association for Counselor Education and Supervision conference, Spokane, WA.    

 

Nelson, M.L., & Ladany, N. (2001).  Characteristics of conflict in clinical supervision.  Roundtable, American Psychological Association conference, San Francisco, CA.

 

Nelson, M.L., Friedlander, M.L., & Ladany, N. (2001).  Conflict in clinical supervision: A case analysis.  APA Division 17 Midwinter Conference, Houston.

 

Nelson, M.L. (2001) History and current research on clinical supervision.  Washington Psychological Association Conference, Autumn.

 

Chang, H.W., Morishima, J., & Nelson, M.L. (2000).  Help seeking and barriers to

            counseling among Taiwanese adolescents.  American Psychological Association conference, Washington, DC.

 

Nelson, M.L.,  Cronbach, A., & Steward, R. (2000).  A feminist-multicultural perspective on supervision.  American Psychological Association conference, Washington, DC.

 

Nelson, M.L. (2000).  Toward a constructivist pedagogy of counseling.  American

            Educational Research Association conference, New Orleans.

 

Nelson, M.L. (1999).  Harm in clinical supervision: Lessons from the data.  Association for

Counselor Education and Supervision conference, New Orleans.

 

Nelson, M.L., & Friedlander, M.L. (1999).  The nature of harmful supervision: A qualitative investigation.  American Psychological Association conference, Boston.

 

Nelson, M.L., & Coulon, J.C. (1998).  An interactional model for the empowerment of

women in supervision.  Western Association for Counselor Education and Supervision conference, Seattle, 1998.

 

Nelson, M.L. (1998).  Current trends in the research on clinical supervision.  Washington

Psychological Association conference, Spokane, WA.

 

Nelson, M.L. (1998) Current issues on gender and supervision.  American Psychological

Association conference, San Francisco.

 

Nelson, M.L. (1998).  Update on intern impairment policies: Due Process in Action.

American Educational Research Association conference, San Diego.

           

Nelson, M.L., and Ingram, M. (1997). "Beans and apples: What is essential in the life of

an academic?"  Presidential Address, Western Association for Counselor Education and

Supervision conference, Santa Barbara, November.

 

Neufeldt, S.A., & Nelson, M.L. (1997).  Counseling in supervision: Ethics of practice. 

American Psychological Association conference.  Chicago, August,.

 

Nelson, M.L. (1996).  Methods of social constructivist inquiry.  Association for Counselor

Education and Supervision conference.  Portland, OR.

 

Nelson, M.L., & Neufeldt, S.A. (1996).  Building on an empirical foundation: Strategies to

enhance good practice.  Association for Counselor Education and Supervision conference,

Portland, OR.

 

Nelson, M.L., MacDonald, G., Blume, A., Coulon, J.C., Elliott, E., Milo, E.M., & Rodriguez,J. (1996).  Supervision process over time:  Qualitative and quantitative perspectives on discourse. American Psychological Association Conference, Toronto.

 

Nelson, M.L., Tarver-Behring, S., & Casey, J. (1995).  Genderspeak: An inter-gender

dialog.  Western Association for Counselor Education and Supervision conference, Incline Village, NV.

 

Nelson, M.L. (1995).  Genderspeak: An inter-gender dialog for counselor educators and

supervisors.  Washington Counseling Association conference.  Spokane, WA.

 

Nelson, M.L. (1995).  From positivism to constructivism: A new professional's journey.

American Psychological Association conference, New York.

 

Nelson, M.L. (1995).  Gender and supervision: The power of the supervisory role vs.  The

power of gender role.  American Psychological Association Division 29 mid-winter

conference, New Orleans.

 

Nelson, M.L. (1995).  Gender and supervision: Power differences in the discourse of four

dyads.  University of Missouri, Columbia, Invited colloquium.

 

Nelson, M.L. (1994).  Personality correlates of the working alliance in counseling.

Western Association for Counselor Education and Supervision conference, Phoenix.

 

Nelson, M.L. (1994).  Do it whose way?  Gendered training and supervision.  Discussant.

American Psychological Association conference, Los Angeles.

 

Nelson, M.L. (1993).  A contextual, cultural approach to research on gender.  Western

Association for Counselor Education and Supervision.  Berkeley.

 

Nelson, M.L. (1993).  Short-term Interpersonal-dynamic Psychotherapy.  Washington

State University and College Counselors Association conference, Seattle.

 

Nelson, M.L. (1993).  Equality is not sameness: Counseling girls and women.  Washington

Counseling Association conference, Tacoma, WA.

 

Nelson, M.L. (1993).  A feminist perspective on individuation: Implications for therapy

boundary management.  American Psychological Association conference, Toronto.

 

Nelson, M.L., & Taylor, C.S. (1993).  Openness to experience and working alliance: A

preliminary report.  American Psychological Association conference, Toronto.

 

Nelson, M.L., Sells, J., & Goodyear, R.K. (1993).  Supervision and gender: Research

implications for clinical practice.  American Psychological Association Division 29 mid

winter conference, San Diego.

 

Nelson, M.L. (1992).  Supervision: Historical models and current research.  Washington

Counseling Association conference, Seattle.

 

Nelson, M.L. (1991).  Gender differences in discourse: Implications for counselor training.

Western Association for Counselor Education and Supervision conference.

 

Nelson, M.L. (1991).  Gender differences in discourse: Implications for clinical work.

National Organization of Human Services Educators conference, Seattle.

 

Mallinckrodt, B., & Nelson, M.L. (1990).  Therapist training level and the quality of the

therapeutic working alliance.  American Psychological Association conference, Boston.

 

Nelson, M.L., & Holloway, E.L. (1990).  The relation of gender to power and involvement

in supervision.  American Psychological Association conference, Boston.

 

Holloway, E.L., & Nelson, M.L.  Gerald Weeks' use of a paradoxical intervention with a

couple: A case of dynamic change.  American Psychological Association conference, New

Orleans, August, 1989.

 

 

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

 

Counseling Psychologist, Health, Wellness, and Counseling Services, University of Missouri, St. Louis.

Jan. 2010—August, 2010.  Counseled UMSL students on a variety of issues including depression, eating disorders, body image, relationship matters, academic achievement, racial and sexual discrimination, and family dysfunction.

 

Private Practitioner, Seattle, WA

1992-2002.  Conducted small practice with 5-10 clients per week.  Specialized in eating

disorders, women's issues, gay and lesbian issues, young adults, late adolescents, and couples.

 

Martin Luther King Elementary School, Seattle, WA

1991-1992       School Counseling Intern.  Completed nine month internship in school counseling.

Conducted individual and group counseling for students, grades K-5.  Consulted with parents,

teachers, prinicpal, and other staff; attended multidisciplinary team meetings; chaperoned field-trips; conducted classroom lessons on Second Step violence prevention program.

 

Student Counseling Center, University of Washington

 

1990-1994       Staff Psychologist/Coordinator of Interns (75%, 50% time).  Coordinated pre-

doctoral intern program.  Organized intern orientation, assessed intern needs, assigned supervisors,

conducted intern seminar, oversaw evaluations.  Assisted Director of Training with intern

recruitment and selection.  Served on Training Committee.  Participated in ongoing preparation of

application for APA Accreditation.  Supervised doctoral and masters level therapists.  Provided brief and long term treatment and couples counseling.  Conducted dysfunctional families and eating

disorders groups.  

           

University Counseling Center, University of Oregon

 

1989-1990       Staff Psychologist/Clinical Coordinator.  Provided brief and long term treatment and

couples counseling for undergraduate and graduate students.  Coordinated intake and case

disposition procedures.  Managed waitlist.  Led ongoing Supervision seminar for doctoral interns

supervising Masters level trainees.  Supervised doctoral and masters level interns.  Co-conducted eating disorders and interpersonal therapy groups with trainees.  Served on Training and APA accreditation teams.  Conducted workshops on eating disorders, gender issues, and sexual harassment for campus community.

 

1988-1989       Intern (full time).  Provided brief and long term treatment and couples counseling to

students.  Conducted groups on Coping With Depression, eating disorders, and sexual identity.

Supervised Masters level counselors.  Provided outreach and consultation to a residence hall staff.

Co-conducted workshops on date rape and gender issues for campus community.  Served on

steering committee for center policy making. 

 

1987-1988       Crisis Center Director.   Trained and supervised paid Crisis Center Staff of about 10

students.  Prepared and maintained annual budget of about $25,000.  Provided house call

interventions for students within campus radius who seemed dangerous to self.  Initiated

hospitalization procedures when indicated.

 

Adlerian Family Education Center, Eugene, Oregon

 

1986    Children’s Classroom Facilitator.  Conducted self esteem lessons for 5-7 yr.  olds.

1987    Family Counselor.  Co-counseled families in an Adlerian style group setting.

 

Student Counseling Center, MiraCosta College, Oceanside, CA

 

1980-1985       Counselor.  Provided full range of counseling for community college students.

Participated in hiring and training of EOPS peer counselors.   Worked extensively with Chicano

and Mexican-American students.  Co-conducted program review of counseling services.  Chaired

reentry committee.  Implemented establishment of a women’s drop-in center on campus.

 

Student Counseling Center, Lassen College, Susanville, CA

 

1979-1980       Counselor.  Provided full range of counseling for highly diverse student body.

Worked extensively with Japanese, African American,  and Micronesian students.  Live-in

counselor for African-American student dormitory for one summer.  Served on Curriculum and

Testing committees.

 

Student Counseling Center, Butte College, Oroville, CA

 

1976-1979  Counselor (half time).  Provided full range of counseling for students in an evening

college program, particulary veterans. 

 

AWARDS

 

Nominee: University of Washington Distinguished Teaching Award, 1997.

 

Co-Recipient: AERA Division E Research Award, 1992.  For Holloway, E.L., Freund, R.D.,

Gardner, S., Nelson, M.L., and Walker, B. (1989).  The relation of power and involvement to

theoretical orientation in supervision: An analysis of discourse.  Journal of Counseling Psychology,

36, 88-102. 

 

Recipient: WACES Outstanding Program Award, 1991.  For Nelson, M.L.  Gender differences in

discourse: Implications for counselor training.  Western Association for Counselor Education and

Supervision convention.  San Diego, November, 1991. 

 

Recipient: University of Oregon Distinguished Service award for students, 1988.

 

MEMBERSHIPS  AND SERVICE

 

National/Regional

 

Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (Division of American Counseling

Association), Delegate, 1992-1994; Strategic Planning Committee, 1994-1995, 1998-1999;

Executive Council, 1997-1998, Finance Committee, 1998-1999.

 

Western Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, President, 1997-1998, Executive

Board, 1992-1999.

 

Washington State Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, President, 1992-1994.

 

Division 17, APA

 

            Chair, Section on Supervision (2007-2009)

            Chair-Elect, Section on Supervision (2006-2007)

            Advisory Board, Vice President for Science (2003 to 2005)

            Advisory Board, Vice President for Education (2001-2003)

 

FEDAC Representative, American Psychological Association.  Regional Coordinator of six Midwestern states for political action related to psychological initiatives, particularly those related to training psychologists to work with underserved populations.  Visit Washington DC annually to meet with Wisconsin senators and congressional members to discuss APA initiatives.  Meet with senatorial and congressional aides locally as needed. 2002-2006.

 

Editorial and Review Work

 

National Science Foundation: Grant Proposal Reviewer, Gender Equity in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Division, 2001-2003.

 

Journal of Counseling Psychology, Ad Hoc reviewer, 1993-1997; 2005-2010.

 

Training and Education in Professional Psychology, Editorial Board, 2006-2010.

 

Clinical Supervisor, Editorial Board, 2005-2010.

 

The Counseling Psychologist, Editorial Board, 2004-2006; Ad Hoc reviewer, 2000 to 2002.

 

Journal of Psychotherapy Research, Editorial Board, 2004-2006

 

Journal of Counseling and Development: Editorial Board, 1997-2000.

 

Child Development, Guest reviewer, 2003.

 

Sex Roles: Consulting Editor, 1999.

 

University of Missouri, St. Louis Service

 

Graduate Education Council, College of Education

Review Board, Department of Counseling and Family Therapy

 

 

University of Wisconsin Service

 

Chair, Department of Counseling Psychology, 2006-2008.

Director, Educational and Psychological Training Center, 2004-2005

Master’s Program Chair, Department of Counseling Psychology, 2003-2006

Equity and Diversity Committee & Students-of-Color Subcommittee (Chair), School of Education, 2002 to present.

Harassment Representative, Department of Counseling Psychology 2002 to present.

Access and Accomodation Representative, Department of Counseling Psychology 2002 to present.

Student Non-Academic Misconduct Committee (campus wide), 2003 to present.

Diversity committee Co-chair, Department of Counseling Psychology, 2004 to present

 

Spencer Foundation Doctoral Research Program Advisory Board, School of Education, 2002-

 

            2004.

Programs Committee, School of Education, 2002-2003.

Counseling Psychology faculty search committee, School of Education, 2002-2003.

 

 

University of Washington Service

 

Chair/Program Coordinator: Counselor Education and Supervision, Division of Educational

            Psychology, 2001-2002.

University Faculty Council on Student Affairs, 2000-2002; Chair, 2001-2002.

President’s Executive Council, FCSA representative, 2001-2002.

Faculty Senate, FCSA representative, 2001-2002.

Teacher Education Council, College of Education, 2001-2002.

Faculty Council, College of Education 1995-1998.

School Psychology Advisory committee, 1995-1998.

School Psychology faculty search committees, 1994-1995.

University Eating Disorders Committee, 1992-1994.

Committee on Alcohol and Substance Abuse, 1990-1993.

Teacher Education Program: Conducted counseling-related presentations in various classes yearly. Assisted with portfolio presentations, 1997, 1999.  Provided outreach to elementary teachers at teachers' in-service day, 1996, 1997.  Conducted back-to-school orientation workshops on classroom management for elementary TEP students, 1996, 1998.  Interviewed program applicants, 1999-2000, 2001-2002.

 

PROGRAM REVIEW EXPERIENCE

 

2008    Program Reviewer: Master’s program in Counseling Psychology, Capella University, Minneapolis, MN.

 

2004    Program Review Coordinator, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Department of Counseling Psychology.  Prepared program review of master’s in counseling program, including school and community counseling.  Organized two day site visit with four consultants.  Designed and conducted surveys of program graduates.   Created 50+ page document on key aspects of the program.  Coordinated meetings with site visit team and university administration.  In consultation with the dean, wrote response to site visitor report on behalf of the university and department.

 

2003    Program Reviewer, Washington State University, Department of Educational Leadership and Counseling Psychology.  Participated on review team for Counseling and Educational Psychology programs, including master’s degrees in school and community counseling, research foundations, and doctoral degrees in counseling and educational psychology.  Conducted 2-day site visit, consulted with faculty and administration, and co-wrote final report.