Dr. Katharine Adams is interviewed by Dr. Jill Geltner (both assistant professors of Psychology and Counseling at Valdosta State University) regarding the Response To Intervention Model for working with school success. - Runtime 52:20
Dr. Bob Barret - Professor Emeritus at University of North Carolina - Charlotte speaks with Sarah Moore and CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Clarrice Rapisarda regarding his life as a gay male counseling professional - Runtime 32:31
Dr. Lynn Clark - Professor Emeritus at Western Kentucky University speaks with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Tammy Shaffer regarding teaching parents to use behavior therapy with children - Runtime 43:41
Dr. Mary Graham of Seattle University speaks with CAS Contributing Editor Kimberly J. Desmond form Indiana University of Pennsylvania regarding working with children and students in poverty - Runtime 39:26
Dr. James Lenze and Assistant Dean Lloyd Onyett, M.A of Indiana University of Pennsylvania speak with CAS Contributing Editor Kimberly J. Desmond regarding the virtual world of Second Life and its application to education and counseling. - Runtime 53:17
CAS contributing editor Dr. Michael L. Baltimore interviews Dr. Dan Rose, Counseling Center Director at Columbus State University on the topic of "Dreams". This podcast is an account of Dr. Rose's experience in using dreams to help clients and counselors-in-training. Runtime 33:26
Dr. Andrew Burck speaks with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Laura Bruneau (both from Adams State College) regarding chemical dependency assessment. Runtime 23:56
Dr. Bradford Price, Clinical Director at Glenbeigh Treatment Center in Rock Creek, Ohio speaks with CAS Contributing Editor Amy Freadling regarding the recent history and practice of adolescent chemical dependency. Runtime 45:28
Dr. Robert D. Myrick, Professor Emeritus from The University of Florida speaks with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Jill Geltner regarding the history of elementary school counseling and his developmental model of counseling. Runtime 43:51
Dr. Jack Culbreth speaks with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Clarrice Rapisarda (both of The University of North Carolina - Charlotte) regarding CACREP and the current standards revision process. Dr. Culbreth is the current Chair of the CACREP Board of Directors. Runtime 38:22
Dr. Tom Hackett, Chair of Counseling, Educational Leadership & Professional Studies at Columbus State University in Columbus, GA, speaks with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Michael L. Baltimore (also at Columbus State University) about his experience and thoughts regarding the need for school administrators to have an understanding of basic counseling skills. Runtime 46:42
Michael Barocco, a school counselor at Archbishop Rummel High School in Metairie, Louisiana speaks about school counseling two years after the Katrina hurricane. Mr. Barocco is interviewed by CAS Contributing Editor Edina Renfro-Michel of Montclair State University. Runtime 42:07
Dr. Foster Cline co-founder of the Love and Logic Institute, speaks about the parent training program of Love and Logic with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Mark A. Young of Eastern Washington University. Runtime 29:12
Teresa Leibforth, Ed.S., NCC, OTR/L speaks with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Jill Geltner (both associated with The University of Florida) about when school counselors working with occupational therapy issues. Runtime 33:31
Jocelyn Gregiore, Ed.D., C.S.Sp speaks with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. David Delmonico (both of Duquesne University) about counselors working with priests regarding sexuality issues. Runtime 51:36
Dr. Dwaine Rice of The University of Memphis speaks about his experience and practice of clinical hypnosis in counseling with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Jeffrey Freiden. Runtime 37:46
Dr. Nancy Taylor of John Carroll University speaks about forgiveness in counseling with CAS Contributing Editor Amy Freadling, M.Ed., PCC-S. Runtime 36:51
Dr. Laura Bruneau of Adams State College speaks with CAS Editor Dr. Marty Jencius of Kent State University about her research on self-help reading and what clients found helpful. Runtime 28:36
Dr. Taunya Tinsley speaks with Dr. Jacqueline A. Walsh (both of California University of Pennsylvania) about the emerging field of sports counseling. Runtime 22:55
Dr. John McCarthy speaks with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Kimberly J. Desmond (both of Indiana University of Pennsylvania) regarding his direction of the Center for Counselor Training and Services at IUP which offer regional workshops to area mental health professionals and graduate students. Runtime 39:50
Dr. Larry C. Loesch speaks with contributing editor Dr. Jill A. Geltner (both of The University of Florida) about accountability in school counseling. Runtime 51:30
Dr. Robert C. Nielsen speaks with contributing editor Dr. Jill Nelson (both of North Dakota State University) about the stress management for clients and counselors. Runtime 34:34
Dr. Peggy Whiting speaks with contributing editor Dr. Chadwick Royal (both of North Carolina Central University) about the grief counseling and crisis response. Their conversation reflects on the recent tragic shootings at Virginia Tech. Runtime 33:11
Dr. Jean Peterson of Purdue University speaks with contributing editor Dr. Nona Wilson of St. Cloud State University about the needs and counseling of gifted children in the school setting. Runtime 40:40
Dr. Chris Faiver of John Carroll University speaks with contributing editor Laura Bruneau, MEd., LPCC-S about using clinical hypnosis as a therapeutic tool for mental health issues. Runtime 28:41
Mr. Vicente Roberts, M.A. speaks about the profession of counseling in The Bahamas with CAS Editor, Dr. Marty Jencius of Kent State University. Mr. Roberts is a Counselor II at The College of The Bahamas and discusses assessing college student stress, college counseling centers, and the future of counseling in The Bahamas. Runtime 41:14
Dr. Betsy J. Page of Kent State University speaks with CAS Editor Dr. Marty Jencius about teaching group work. Dr. Page focuses on how to plan for the course and what components go into her teaching of group work.  Runtime 32:37
David Palomo, M.A. speaks with CAS Editor Dr. Marty Jencius (Kent State University) about The Studio Hope Project, a program that uses digital music creation as an adjunct for working with at-risk youth. This podcast has samples of some of the participant's music.  Runtime 29:17
Dr. Phyllis Post speaks with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Clarrice Rapisarda (both of The University of North Carolina - Charlotte) regarding a general introduction to child-centered play therapy. Runtime 51:40
Karen Koponik-Bishop, MS, a middle school counselor at Lewis & Clark Middle School in Omaha, NE speaks with CAS Associate Editor Dr. Theresa O'Halloran regarding the roles and activities of middle school counselors. Runtime 33:46
Drs. Lenoir Gillam and Michael L. Baltimore speak with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Tom Hackett (all of Columbus State University) regarding the use of triadic supervision with counselor trainees. Runtime 59:08
Dr. John McCarthy speaks with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Kimberly J. Desmond (both of Indiana University of Pennsylvania) regarding assessment and intervention in adolescent depression. Runtime 42:29
Dr. Cyrus M. Ellis speaks with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Shannon Dermer (both of Governors State University) regarding Black male authenticity and its impact in counseling. Runtime 51:21
The staff of Pegasus Farm speaks with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Betsy Page about therapeutic horseback riding. Runtime 25:49
Dr. Catherine Ford Sori speaks about working with children in family therapy to CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Shannon Dermer. Runtime 41:20
Dr. Claire J. Dandeneau and Dr. Lorraine J Guth of Indiana University of Pennsylvania speak with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Kimberly J. Desmond about new digital recording technology which permits them to provide counselor trainees with innovative supervision opportunities. Runtime 50:13
Dr. Tracey E. Robert of Fairfield University speaks about spirituality in counseling using the ASERVIC spirituality competencies with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Edina Renfro-Michel. Runtime. 36:03
Dr. Geoffrey G. Yager of the University of Cincinnati speaks with CAS Associate Editor Dr. Theresa O'Halloran about storytelling and creativity in counselor training. Runtime. 49:21
Dave Bentz, a Portage County Ohio Health Educator, speaks with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Betsy Page about how we can prepare for a flu pandemic.Runtime. 21:58
Dr. Pat Haines and Pat Tabbara, M.Ed. (both from Townhall II Counseling Center) speak with CAS Editor Dr. Marty Jencius about assisting clients with holiday stress. Runtime. 36:52
Dr. Larry D. Burlew speaks with CAS Contributing editor Dr. Edina Renfro-Michel (both from Montclair State University) about Dr. Burlew's Model of Organizational (Work) Life Runtime. 41:35
Dr. Gwendolyn Newsome speaks with CAS Contributing editor Dr. Chadwick Royal (both from North Carolina Central University) about counseling veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder. Runtime 33:31
Dr. Wade Hannon speaks with CAS Contributing editor Dr. Jill Nelson (both from North Dakota State University) about the Person Centered approach in counseling. Runtime 28:59
Dr. Verna Oliva-Flemming speaks with CAS Contributing editor Edina Renfro-Michel (both from Montclair State University) about her work integrating nutrition and exercise into school counseling. Runtime 26:32
Dr. Cynthia Osborn speaks with CAS contributing editor Rachel Hoffman (both from Kent State University) about professional identity development in counselors. Runtime 29:40
Dr. Tarrell Portman speaks about her experiences with school counseling peer supervision using reflective teams with CAS associate editor Dr. Theresa O'Halloran. Runtime 34:10
Dr. Agatha Parks-Savage, LPC, RN, speaks with contributing editor, Dr. Mark Rehfuss of Regent University, about her experiences with the process of becoming certified as a Forensic Evaluator. Runtime 23:11
Dr. Sacky Holdiness, LPC, NCC speaks with contributing editor, Dr. Edina Renfro-Michel of Montclair State University, about her role in performing forensic evaluations with children who have been sexually abused. Runtime 38:43
Dr. Paula Britton of John Carroll University speaks with contributing editor, Laura Bruneau of Kent State University, about working with clients with HIV/ AIDS. This interview addresses ethical, clinical, and multicultural issues when working with this population. Runtime 44:56
Ms. Jacqueline M. Stanton, LPC, CRC speaks with CAS Editor Dr. Marty Jencius about how counselors can assist acquired spinal cord injury patients in their re-entry into the school system. Runtime 36:02
Dr. Edward E. Moody speaks with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Chadwick Royal (both from North Carolina Central University) about his work in Cuba and Florida with victims of hurricanes and the stress they experience. Runtime 25:51
Drs. Walter Breaux III and Michael Baltimore speak with Dr. Tom Hackett (all from Columbus State University) about theoretical orientation for counselors in training and application to practice. Runtime 44:21
Ms. Patty Shirmbeck, Eldercare Division Director of the Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging, speaks about elder issues with CAS Contributing Editor, Dr. Theresa O'Halloran. Runtime 34:54
Dr. Paul Granello of The Ohio State University speaks about introducing the wellness paradigm into counseling practice with CAS Editor, Dr. Marty Jencius. Runtime 45:00
Jacqueline N. Font-Guzmn, Assistant Professor and Associate Director of the Werner Institute for Negotiation and Dispute Resolution at Creighton University School of Law in Omaha, Nebraska, speaks with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Theresa OHalloran about the principles and practices of mediation. Runtime 44:15
Dr. Rich Lambert from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte  discusses how a counselor's role is enhanced by using assessment in schools with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Clarice Rapisarda. Runtime 22:39
Dr. Steve Rainey from Kent State University discusses how to create a supportive school environment for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered students with CAS Editor Dr. Marty Jencius. Runtime 43:38
Dennis G. Vollmer MHD, PLMHP, Director of the Intensive Residential Treatment Center at Father Flanagans Boys Home, speaks about Boys Town Residential Treatment with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Theresa OHalloran. Runtime 37:26
Dr. Jason McGlothlin speaks about working with suicidal clients with CAS Editor Dr. Marty Jencius. Runtime 43:37
Dr. Tommie Radd speaks about her model of self-concept development and how it applies in counseling when working with clients with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Theresa O'Halloran. Runtime 42:07
M. Fulya Kurter, Director of Career Services for Bahesehir University in Istanbul Turkey, speaks about career services and trends in career development in Turkey with Dr. Marty Jencius. Runtime 40:00
Dr. Stephen Guinta speaks about his training and practice related to custody evaluation interviewing with Dr. James Messina. Runtime 37:33
Dr. Sam Gladding speaks about his professional writing and creativity in the counseling profession as interviewed by Dr. Jeffrey Freiden. Runtime 24:39
Dr. Jeffrey Smith is interviewed by Dr. Theresa O'Halloran about issues when counseling men. Runtime 52:22
Dr. Donald Bubenzer is interviewed by Tom Newman, MAEd. LPCC (both of Kent State University) about the theory and practice of Narrative Therapy. Runtime 45:22
Ms. Maureen ODonnell, MA, LMHP from Arbor Family Counseling speaks with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Theresa O'Halloran about Employee Assistance Counseling. Runtime 33:05
Dr. Phillip Rumrill, Professor of Rehabilitation and Dr. Betsy Page (both of Kent State University) discuss clients with multiple sclerosis, its impact on the mind and body and resources for counselors working with MS clients. Runtime 41:18
Dr. Rip McAdams speaks with Christopher D. Schmidt (both from William and Mary) about a counseling programs experience with remediation, dismissal, and intricate challenges of a court case. They explore the dilemma counselor educators face when they are mandated to dismiss students judged to be unfit but at the same time risk legal action in doing so. Runtime 1:04:53
Dr. Dan Rose, Counseling Center Director at Columbus State University speaks about psychodynamic psychotherapy with CAS contributing editor Dr. Michael L. Baltimore. Runtime 44:09
Dr. Mark Manzanares of Adams State College speaks about developing an online counselor education program with CAS contributing editor Dr. Theresa O' Halloran. Runtime  41:17
Dr. Don Dinkmeyer Jr. speaks with contributing editor Dr. Tammy Shaffer (both from Western Kentucky University) about his recently completed text on consultation in the schools. Runtime 36:18
Dr. Walter Breaux III speaks with CAS Contributing editor Dr. Lenoir Gillam (both of Columbus State University) regarding the process of inclusivity in multicultural counseling. Runtime 26:45
CAS Contributing Editor Tom Newman speaks with Mary Beth Towell, LPCC, co-executive director of Summit Family Solutions regarding home-based treatment strategies for at-risk youth. Runtime 37:57
CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Jeffrey Freiden speaks with Ms. Barbara Blackburn, current president of the American School Counselor Association, about her reflections on the impact of school counselors and ASCA professional affiliation. Runtime 31:42
Jennifer Gilmore, LPC, LMFT interviews Mr. Dick Moons (founding member of the Columbia, South Carolina area chapter of the Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans) about counseling considerations when working with pagan clients. Runtime 47:01
Mr. Richard Yep, Executive Director of the American Counseling Association speaks with CAS Contributing Editor Dr. Jeffrey Freiden regarding the benefit for counselors in having a professional affiliation with ACA. This interview took place during the 2006 ACA World Conference in Montreal. Runtime 23:03
Dr. Jason L. Miller, Director of the Counseling and Human Development Center at Kent State University, speaks with CAS Editor Dr. Marty Jencius about the challenges of running a university counseling center. Runtime 38:26
Dr. Jane Bissler discusses grief counseling for individuals, couples, families and groups with our contributing editor Dr. Betsy J. Page of Kent State University. Runtime 48:28
Dr. Rex Filer speaks about ethical issues when counseling in rural settings with contributing editor Dr. Theresa O'Halloran, both of Adams State College. Runtime 34:58
Dr. Jack Culbreth dialogues with Dr. Clarrice Rapisarda, both of The University of North Carolina Charlotte, regarding CACREP standards and the current standards revision process. Dr. Culbreth is the current Chair of the CACREP Board of Directors. Runtime 40:40
Dr. James Messina speaks about his history with the formation of mental health counseling as a licensed profession.  Dr. Stephen Guinta dialogues with Dr. Messina about his role as co-founder of the American Mental Health Counseling Association and his efforts on behalf of professional counselor licensure. Runtime 32:04
Dr. Julia Y. Porter of Mississippi State University speaks about school counselors and their need for training in crisis counseling. Dr. Darren Wozny obtains Dr. Porter's perspective on how counselor education programs currently train school counselors in the area of crisis counseling. Runtime 31:03
Dr Walter B. Roberts speaks about bullying and strategies counselors can use for working with both the victim and the bully. Dr. Roberts has recently published "Bullying From Both Sides: Strategic Interventions for Working With Bullies & Victims" and is interviewed by contributing editor, Dr. Nona L. Wilson. Runtime 53:07
Dr. Lemuel W. Watson, Professor of Higher Education and Chair of the Department of Counseling, Adult, and Higher Education at Northern Illinois University speaks with contributing editor, Dr. Leann Wyrick-Morgan about international initiatives in counselor education by their department. Runtime 30:22
This CounselorAudioSource.Net interview is with Dr. Richard James, The Crader Professor of Education at The University of Memphis. Contributing editor Dr. Jeffrey Freiden interviews Dr. James about his work and expertise in Ecosystemic Crisis Management, relevant to counselors working with the tragedy of hurricane Katrina and potential threats like the Avian flu epidemic.  Runtime 28:24
This CounselorAudioSource.Net interview is with Dr. Michael L. Baltimore a Professor at Columbus State University regarding training and process issues in clinical supervision. Contributing editor Dr. Richard P. Long speaks with Dr. Baltimore about process issues clinical supervisors should know. Dr. Baltimore is the co-author of "Clinical supervisor training: An interactive CD-ROM training program for the helping professions". Runtime 21:58
This CounselorAudioSource.Net interview is with Dr. John J. Peregoy an Assistant Professor at Morehead State University regarding counseling with Native American clients.  Contributing editor Edina Renfro-Michel speaks with Dr. Peregoy about issues counselors should know when working with Native American clients. Dr. Peregoy is the current president of the Society of Indian Psychologists. Runtime 39:15
This CounselorAudioSource.Net interview is with Dr. Clarrice Rapisarda, an Assistant Professor at The University of North Carolina Charlotte. Dr. Rapisarda will be speaking about being a bilingual counselor and the use of language translators in counseling. Runtime 27:46
This CounselorAudioSource.Net interview is with Dr. John McFadden covering the topic of Transcultural Counseling and the Stylistic Model. The interview was done by Dr. Marty Jencius in October of 2005 while at the South Carolina Society for Adlerian Psychology Conference. Runtime 38:56
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