2019 TPC Outstanding Scholar Award Winner – Quantitative or Qualitative Research

Stacey Diane A. Litam Stacey Diane A. Litam received the 2019 Outstanding Scholar Award for Quantitative or Qualitative Research for her article, “She’s Just a Prostitute: The Effects of Labels on Counselor Attitudes, Empathy, and Rape Myth Acceptance.” Stacey Diane A. Litam (she, her, hers), PhD, NCC, CCMHC, LPCC, is an assistant professor of counselor […]

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2019 TPC Outstanding Scholar Award Winner – Concept/Theory

Jennifer L. Rogers, Jamie E. Crockett, and Esther Suess Jennifer L. Rogers, Jamie E. Crockett, and Esther Suess received the 2019 Outstanding Scholar Award for Concept/Theory for their article, “Miscarriage: An Ecological Examination.” Jennifer L. Rogers, PhD, NCC, is an assistant professor in the Wake Forest University Department of Counseling. She received her PhD in […]

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2018 TPC Outstanding Scholar Award Winner – Quantitative or Qualitative Research

Michael T. Kalkbrenner and Christopher A. Sink Michael T. Kalkbrenner and Christopher A. Sink received the 2018 Outstanding Scholar Award for Quantitative or Qualitative Research for their article, “Development and Validation of the College Mental Health Perceived Competency Scale.” Michael T. Kalkbrenner, PhD, NCC, is an assistant professor of counseling and educational psychology at New […]

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2018 TPC Outstanding Scholar Award Winner – Concept/Theory

Jennifer L. Rogers, Dennis D. Gilbride, and Brian J. Dew Jennifer L. Rogers, Dennis D. Gilbride, and Brian J. Dew received the 2018 Outstanding Scholar Award for Concept/Theory for their article, “Utilizing an Ecological Framework to Enhance Counselors’ Understanding of the U.S. Opioid Epidemic.” Jennifer L. Rogers, PhD, NCC, is an assistant professor in the […]

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2015 TPC Outstanding Scholar Award Winner – Quantitative or Qualitative Research

Mary-Catherine McClain and Robert C. Reardon Mary-Catherine McClain and Robert C. Reardon received the 2015 Outstanding Scholar Award for Quantitative or Qualitative Research for their article “The U.S. Workforce from 1960 to 2010: A RIASEC View.” Dr. McClain is a licensed psychologist and adjunct professor at Mercer University, in Macon, Georgia. She currently works full-time […]

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2015 TPC Outstanding Scholar Award Winner – Concept/Theory

Seth C. W. Hayden, Derick J. Williams, Angela I. Canto, and Tyler Finklea Seth C. W. Hayden, Derick J. Williams, Angela I. Canto, and Tyler Finklea received the 2015 Outstanding Scholar Award for Concept/Theory for their article “Shelter From the Storm: Addressing Vicarious Traumatization Through Wellness-Based Clinical Supervision.” Seth C. W. Hayden is assistant professor of […]

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2016 Dissertation Excellence Award

TPC received entries for the third annual Dissertation Excellence Award from across the United States. After great deliberation, the TPC editorial board committee selected Viki P. Kelchner to receive the 2016 Dissertation Excellence Award for her dissertation, titled The Effect of a School Based Youth Intervention Program on At-Risk Youth’s School Attitudes and Behavior Returning from an Alternative School Setting […]

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2015 Dissertation Excellence Award

TPC received entries for the second annual Dissertation Excellence Award from across the United States. After great deliberation, the TPC editorial board committee selected Lindsey M. Mitchell to receive the 2015 Dissertation Excellence Award for her dissertation, titled Bereavement Experience of Female Military Spousal Suicide Survivors: Utilizing Lazarus’ Cognitive Stress Theory. Dr. Mitchell completed her […]

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2014 TPC Outstanding Scholar Award Winner – Concept/Theory

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 […]

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2014 TPC Outstanding Scholar Award Winner – Quantitative or Qualitative Research

Lisa D. Hawley, Todd W. Leibert, and Joel A. Lane Lisa D. Hawley, Todd W. Leibert, and Joel A. Lane received the 2014 Outstanding Scholar Award for Quantitative or Qualitative Research for their article “The Relationship Between Socioeconomic Status and Counseling Outcomes.” Dr. Hawley is an associate professor and department chair at Oakland University, in […]

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