2014 TPC Outstanding Scholar Award Winner – Concept/Theory

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Animating Research with Counseling Values: A Training Model to Address the Research-to-Practice Gap

Kristi A. Lee, John A. Dewell and Courtney M. Holmes

 

Kristi A. Lee, John A. Dewell and Courtney M. Holmes received the 2014 Outstanding Scholar Award for Concept/Theory for their article “Animating Research with Counseling Values: A Training Model to Address the Research-to-Practice Gap.”

Dr. Lee is an assistant professor of community counseling at Seattle University. Her research focuses on the use of service learning in counselor education, as well as on how to best prepare counselors as social justice advocates.

Dr. Dewell is an assistant professor in the Department of Counseling at Loyola University New Orleans. His research interests include counselor trainee education and development and adolescent aggression.

Dr. Holmes is an assistant professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Counseling at Virginia Commonwealth University, in Richmond. Her research interests include a wide variety of issues related to counselor training, supervision, and the integration of technology into both clinical practice and teaching.

All three authors are National Certified Counselors (NCCs).