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Updated 6/2020 Darcy Haag Granello, Ph.D., LPCC-S, CWC Fellow of the American Counseling Association (2018) Professor Counselor Education The Ohio State University 448 PAES Building, 305 Annie & John Glenn Ave. E-mail: [email protected] Columbus, Ohio 43210 Homepage: go.osu.edu/dgranello EDUCATION Doctor of Philosophy, Counselor Education. Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. 1996. Dissertation title: An analysis of interactional patterns and influence strategies and their relationship to gender in the clinical supervisory dyad. Master of Science, Mental Health Counseling, Stetson University, DeLand, FL. 1993. Master of Arts, Political Science, Stetson University, DeLand, Florida. 1990. Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, Stetson University, DeLand, Florida. 1987. Phi Beta Kappa LICENSES OR CERTIFICATIONS HELD Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, State of Ohio. May, 1999. License # E2971 Supervising Credential, May, 2000. Certified Wellness Counselor, State of Ohio. August, 2014. Certified REACH Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper and Trainer. 2013. Certified American Association of Suicidology (AAS)/Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) Trainer for Assessing and Managing Suicide Risk. January, 2007. Certified Suicide Gatekeeper Trainer. Question-Persuade-Refer (QPR). May, 2007. Certified Red Cross Mental Health Responder. March, 2005. FACULTY EXPERIENCE Professor, Counselor Education. The Ohio State University. 2010 to present. Founder & Director, OSU Campus Suicide Prevention Program. 2006 to present. Faculty Appointment, Universiti Putra, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia. 2020-2023. Adjunct Appointment, OSU Counseling & Consultation. March 2011 to present. Associate Professor, Counselor Education. The Ohio State University. 2000-2010 Assistant Professor, Counselor Education. The Ohio State University. 1996-2000.

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    Darcy Haag Granello, Ph.D., LPCC-S, CWC

    Fellow of the American Counseling Association (2018)

    Professor

    Counselor Education

    The Ohio State University

    448 PAES Building, 305 Annie & John Glenn Ave. E-mail: [email protected]

    Columbus, Ohio 43210 Homepage: go.osu.edu/dgranello

    EDUCATION

    ➢ Doctor of Philosophy, Counselor Education. Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. 1996. ▪ Dissertation title: An analysis of interactional patterns and influence strategies and

    their relationship to gender in the clinical supervisory dyad.

    ➢ Master of Science, Mental Health Counseling, Stetson University, DeLand, FL. 1993.

    ➢ Master of Arts, Political Science, Stetson University, DeLand, Florida. 1990.

    ➢ Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, Stetson University, DeLand, Florida. 1987. ▪ Phi Beta Kappa

    LICENSES OR CERTIFICATIONS HELD

    ➢ Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, State of Ohio. May, 1999. License # E2971 ▪ Supervising Credential, May, 2000.

    ➢ Certified Wellness Counselor, State of Ohio. August, 2014.

    ➢ Certified REACH Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper and Trainer. 2013.

    ➢ Certified American Association of Suicidology (AAS)/Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) Trainer for Assessing and Managing Suicide Risk. January, 2007.

    ➢ Certified Suicide Gatekeeper Trainer. Question-Persuade-Refer (QPR). May, 2007.

    ➢ Certified Red Cross Mental Health Responder. March, 2005.

    FACULTY EXPERIENCE

    ➢ Professor, Counselor Education. The Ohio State University. 2010 to present. ➢ Founder & Director, OSU Campus Suicide Prevention Program. 2006 to present.

    ➢ Faculty Appointment, Universiti Putra, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia. 2020-2023.

    ➢ Adjunct Appointment, OSU Counseling & Consultation. March 2011 to present. ➢ Associate Professor, Counselor Education. The Ohio State University. 2000-2010

    ➢ Assistant Professor, Counselor Education. The Ohio State University. 1996-2000.

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    RESEARCH INTERESTS

    ➢ Cognitive development of counselors in training, supervisees, & beginning counselors ➢ Suicide prevention, assessment, and treatment ➢ Stigma reduction and attitudes toward persons with mental illnesses ➢ Multicultural counseling competencies of practicing counselors

    GRADUATE TEACHING EXPERIENCE

    22 Year Average (1996-2017) Student Evaluation of Teaching (scale of 1 to 5) M = 4.92

    ➢ Courses taught in Graduate Counselor Education Program at OSU ▪ Foundations of Counseling ▪ Assessment & Instrumentation in Counseling ▪ Group Counseling ▪ Personality Assessment ▪ Diagnosis & Treatment Planning ▪ Individual Practicum ▪ Internship ▪ Doctoral Supervision ▪ Leadership in Counselor Education (doctoral) ▪ Developing a Research Identity in Counselor Education (doctoral) ▪ Doctoral Research in Counselor Education

    PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS

    BOOKS

    Juhnke, G. A., Granello, D. H. & Granello, P. F., & Granello, D. H. (2020). School

    Bullying and Violence. Series: Interventions for School Mental Health Specialists.

    Book 1 of the series. Oxford University Press.

    Granello, D. H., & Young, M.E. (2019). Counseling Today: Foundations of Professional

    Identity. (2nd Edition). Boston: Pearson.

    Granello, D. H., & Young, M. E. (2012). Counseling Today: Foundations of Professional

    Identity. Boston: Pearson.

    Juhnke, G. A., Granello, D. H., & Granello, P. F. (2011). Suicide, self-injury, and violence

    in the schools: Assessment, prevention, and intervention strategies. Los Angeles: Wiley.

    Chinese translation edition. (2014). Psychological Publication Co.

    Korean translation edition. (2015). Psychological Publication Co.

    Granello, D. H., & Granello, P. F. (2007). Suicide: An essential guide for helping

    professionals and educators. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

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    Under Contract

    Granello, D. H., Granello, P. F., & Juhnke, G. A. Suicide and self-injury in the schools.

    Series: Interventions for School Mental Health Specialists.

    Book 2 of the series. Oxford University Press.

    Granello, P. F., Granello, D. H., & Dunn, R. Mental health in the schools Series:

    Interventions for School Mental Health Specialists.

    Book 3 of the series. Oxford University Press..

    PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES

    († indicates collaboration with/mentorship of student researchers/authors)

    73. Garcia, G.†, Granello, D. H., & Boehm, K.† (2020). At last: Empirical proof that the ‘R-Word’ really must go: The influence of terminology on tolerance. Inclusion, 8(2), 155-

    162. doi: 10.1352/2326-6988-8.2.155 o Inclusion chose to feature this article on their YouTube channel and make

    a brief spotlight video about the findings: https://youtu.be/3N6wBiTfxPY

    72. Slesnick, N., Zhang, J., Feng, Z, Wu, Q, Cully, L, & Granello, D. H. (in press). Cognitive therapy for suicide prevention: A randomized pilot with suicidal youth

    experiencing homelessness. Cognitive Therapy and Research.

    71. Li, D.†, Duys, D. K., & Granello, D. H. (2020). Applying Markov Chain Analysis to

    supervisory interactions. Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision,13(1). doi:

    10.7729/131.1325

    70. Zyromski, B., Hudson, T. D.†, Baker, E.†, & Granello, D. H. (2019). Guidance

    Counselors or School Counselors: How the name of the profession influences perceptions

    of competence. Professional School Counseling, 22(1), 1-10.

    o Because of the importance of this topic to the School Counseling profession, the American School Counselor Association released an Infographic with the

    findings of this article to its entire membership, with a copy on its website.

    69. Messerschmitt-Coen, S.† & Granello, D. H. (2019). Cadets’ attitudes toward help-seeking: The effects of language and labels. Journal of Military & Government

    Counseling, 7(3), 83-96.

    68. Granello, D. H. (2019). The ‘R-Word’ is more than hate speech: Differences in counselors’ level of tolerance based on language and labels. Journal of Humanistic

    Counseling, 58, 170-183.

    67. Li, D.,† Duys, D. K., & Granello, D. H. (2018). Interactional Patterns of Clinical Supervision: Using Sequential Analysis. Asia Pacific Journal of Counselling &

    Psychotherapy, 10(1), 70-92. 1-23. DOI: 10.1080/21507686.2018.1553791

    https://youtu.be/3N6wBiTfxPY

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    66. Fullen, M.,† Richardson, V., & Granello, D. H. (2018). Comparing successful aging, resilience, and holistic wellness as predictors of the good life. Educational Gerontology,

    44, DOI: 10.1080/03601277.2018.1501230

    65. Fullen, M.C.,† Granello, D.H., Richardson, V.E., & Granello, P.F. (2018). Using wellness and resilience to predict age perception in older adulthood. Journal of

    Counseling and Development, 94(4), 424-435.

    64. Fullen, M. C.,† & Granello, D. H. (2018). Holistic wellness in older adulthood: Group

    differences based on age and mental health. Journal of Holistic Nursing, 36(4), 395-407.

    63. Granello, D. H., & Gibbs, T. A.† (2016). The power of language and labels: “The

    mentally ill” versus “person with mental illness.” Journal of Counseling and

    Development, 94, 31-40.

    • According to Altmetric, which tracks online attention for scholarly journal articles, within two weeks of first appearing in the journal, this article had a score

    of 203, putting it in the 99th percentile of the nearly 7 million research outputs

    ever tracked by Altmetric.

    ▪ Altmetric Score as of December, 2016: 213

    • This ranks #1 in the history of the journal

    • This ranks #21,374 of over 7 million articles ranked by Altmetric (99.997%ile)

    62. Granello, D. H. & Granello, P. F. (2013). School-based suicide prevention

    programming: Responding to Mexico’s rise in youth suicide. Temas Selectos en

    Orientacion Psicologica (Mexican Counseling Association Journal),7, 15-24

    61. Borders, L. D., Wester, K. L., Granello, D. H., Chang, C. Y., Hayes, D. G., Pepperell, J.,

    & Spurgeon, S. L. (2012). ACES Guidelines for Research Mentorship: Development

    and implementation. Counselor Education and Supervision, 51, 162-175.

    60. Ober, A.,† Granello, D. H., & Wheaton, J. E. (2012). Grief counseling: An investigation

    of counselors’ training, experience, and competencies. Journal of Counseling and

    Development, 90, 150-159.

    59. Schools often react poorly to student suicide. (2011). Report on findings of Ohio State

    researchers, Dr. Darcy Granello. Annals of the American Psychotherapy Association,

    14, 9-10.

    58. Granello, D. H. (2010). A suicide crisis intervention model with 25 practical strategies

    for implementation. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 32(3), 218-235.

    • According to PlumX (available through EBSCOHost, which tracks article usage through this online database), this article has been ‘used’ in EBSCO over

    14,000 times through the end of 2019, including over 6,300 full text views in

    EBSCO, making it one of the most used articles in the history of the journal.

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    57. Granello, D. H. (2010). The process of suicide risk assessment: Twelve core principles.

    Journal of Counseling and Development, 88, 363-371.

    • According to PlumX (available through EBSCOHost, which tracks article usage through this online database), this article has been ‘used’ in EBSCO over

    33,700 times through the end of 2019, including over 15,000 full text views in

    EBSCO, making it one of the most used articles in the history of the journal.

    56. Granello, D. H. (2010). Cognitive complexity among practicing counselors: How

    thinking changes with experience. Journal of Counseling & Development, 88, 92-100.

    55. Hayes, D.,† & Granello, D. H. (2009). Use of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality

    Inventory-2 with persons diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Journal of Counseling

    and Development, 87 (2) 227-233.

    54. Ober, A. M.,† Granello, D. H., & Henfield, M.† (2009). A synergistic model to enhance

    multicultural competence in supervision. Counselor Education and Supervision, 48,

    204-221.

    53. Macdonald, L.,† Pelling, N., & Granello, D. H. (2009).Suicide: A biopsychosocial

    approach. Psychotherapy in Australia, 15(2), 62-72.

    52. Granello, D. H., Kindsvatter, A.,† Granello, P. F., Underfer-Babalis, J., & Hartwig-

    Moorhead, H. (2008). Multiple perspectives in supervision: Using a peer consultation

    model to enhance supervisor development. Counselor Education and Supervision, 48,

    32-47.

    51. Kindsvatter, A., Granello, D. H., & Onedera, J. D. (2008). Cognitive techniques as a

    means for facilitating supervisee development. Counselor Education and Supervision,

    47, 179-192.

    50. Granello, D. H. [Associate Editor for Quantitative Manuscripts in Counselor Education

    and Supervision]. (2007). Publishing quantitative manuscripts in Counselor Education

    and Supervision: General guidelines and expectations. Counselor Education and

    Supervision, 47, 66-75. [editor-reviewed].

    49. Granello, D. H. (2007). Book Review: Making Teaching and Learning Visible. Journal

    of the Professoriate. [editor-reviewed].

    48. Granello, D. H., & Granello, P. F. (2007). Suicide assessment: Strategies for determining

    risk. Counselling, Psychotherapy, and Health, 3(1), 42-51.

    47. Choate, L. H., & Granello, D. H. (2006). Promoting student cognitive development in

    counselor preparation: A proposed expanded role for faculty advisors. Counselor

    Education and Supervision, 46(2), 116-130.

    46. Granello, D. H. & Wheaton, J. E. (2004). On-line data collection: Strategies for research.

    Journal of Counseling and Development, 82, 387-393.

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    45. Granello, D. H., & Underfer-Babalis, J. (2004). Supervision of group work: A model to

    increase supervisee cognitive complexity. Journal for Specialists in Group Work,

    29(2), 159-174.

    44. Granello, D. H. (2004). Assisting beginning counselors in becoming more gay

    affirmative: A workshop approach. Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Education,

    and Development, 43(1), 50-64.

    43. Hinkelman, L.,† & Granello, D. H. (2003). Biological sex, adherence to traditional

    gender roles, and attitudes toward persons with mental illness: An exploratory

    investigation. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 25(4), 259-270.

    42. Granello, D. H., & Hill, L. (2003). Assessing outcome in practice settings: A primer and

    example from an eating disorders program. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 25,

    218-232.

    41. Granello, D. H. (2003). Influence strategies in the supervisory dyad: An investigation

    into the effects of gender and age. Counselor Education and Supervision, 42, 189-

    202.

    40. Beamish, P. M., Granello, D. H., & Belcastro, A. L. (2002). Treatment of panic disorder:

    Practical guidelines. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 24, 224-243.

    39. Granello, D. H. (2002). Assessing the cognitive development of counseling students:

    Changes in epistemological assumptions. Counselor Education and Supervision, 41,

    279-293.

    This article was selected by the American Counseling Association (ACA) for the

    2003 ACA Research Award, for outstanding empirical article in an ACA journal

    in 2002.

    38. Granello, D. H. (2002). Book review: Principles and applications of assessment in

    counseling by S. Whiston. Counselor Education and Supervision, 41, 343-346.

    [editor-reviewed].

    37. Buckworth, J., Granello, D. H., & Belmore, J.† (2002). Incorporating personality

    assessment into counseling to help college students adopt and maintain exercise

    behaviors. Journal of College Counseling, 5, 15-25.

    36. Wheaton, J. E., & Granello, D. H. (2002). Self-perceived multicultural training needs of

    state rehabilitation counselors. Rehabilitation Education, 16(1), 67-80.

    35. Sears, S. & Granello, D. H. (2002). School counseling now and in the future: A reaction.

    Professional School Counseling, 5(3), 164-171.

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    34. Granello, D. H., & Wheaton, J. E. (2001). Attitudes toward persons with physical

    disabilities and mental illnesses. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 32(3),

    9-16.

    33. Granello, D. H. (2001). Promoting cognitive complexity in graduate written work: Using

    Bloom’s Taxonomy as a pedagogical tool to improve literature reviews. Counselor

    Education and Supervision, 40(4), 292-307.

    • According to PlumX (through EBSCOHost, which tracks article usage through this online database), this article has been ‘used’ in EBSCO over 120,000 times

    through the end of 2019, including over 71,000 full text views, making it one of

    the articles with the highest usage ever to appear in the journal.

    32. Beamish, P. M., Belcastro, A. L., & Granello, D. H. (2001). Treatment of panic disorder:

    A clinical update. ERIC Document #ED461776

    31. Granello, D. H., Granello, P. F., & Lee, F. (2000). Measuring treatment outcome in a

    child and adolescent partial hospitalization program. Administration and Policy in

    Mental Health, 27(6), 409-422.

    30. Granello, D. H., & Granello, P. F. (2000). Defining mental illness: The relationship

    between college students’ beliefs about the definition of mental illness and tolerance.

    Journal of College Counseling, 3, 100-112.

    29. Granello, D. H. (2000). Using a contextual approach in counseling men. Journal of

    Psychotherapy in Independent Practice, 1(3), 43-52.

    28. Granello, D. H. (2000). Encouraging the cognitive development of supervisees: Using

    Bloom’s Taxonomy in supervision. Counselor Education and Supervision, 40, 31-46.

    Reprinted in part in Bernard, J. M., & Goodyear, R. K. (Eds.). (2004). Fundamentals

    of clinical supervision (3rd ed.). Boston: Allyn & Bacon. [and subsequent editions]

    27. Granello, D. H., & Pauley, P.† (2000). Television viewing habits and their relationship

    to tolerance toward people with mental illness. Journal of Mental Health Counseling,

    22(2), 162-175.

    26. Granello, D. H. (2000). Contextual teaching and learning in counselor education.

    Counselor Education and Supervision, 39, 270-283.

    25. Towner-Larsen, R.,† Granello, D. H., & Sears, S. J. (2000). Supply and demand for

    school counselors: Perceptions of public school administrators. Professional School

    Counseling, 3, (4), 270-276.

    24. Granello, D. H., Hothersall, D., & Osborne, A.† (2000). The academic genogram:

    Teaching for the future through learning from the past. Counselor Education and

    Supervision, 39(3), 177-188.

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    23. Granello, D. H., & Sears, S. J. (1999). The School-to-Work Opportunities Act and the

    role of the school counselor. Professional School Counseling, 3(2), 108-115.

    22. Granello, D. H., Pauley, P.,† & Carmichael, A.† (1999). The relationship of the media to

    attitudes toward people with mental illness. Journal of Humanistic Counseling,

    Education and Development, 38, 98-110.

    21. Granello, D. H., Granello, P. F., & Lee, F. (1999). Measuring client satisfaction and

    treatment outcomes in a partial hospital program. The Journal of Behavioral Health

    Services and Research, 26(1), 50-63.

    20. Granello, D. H., & Hazler, R. (1998). A developmental rationale for curriculum order

    and teaching styles in counselor education programs. Counselor Education and

    Supervision, 38(2), 89-105.

    19. Granello, D. H., & Wheaton, J. E. (1998). Self-perceived multicultural competencies of

    African American and European American vocational rehabilitation counselors.

    Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 42, 2-15.

    18. Granello, D. H, Wheaton, J. E., & Miranda, A. (1998). Multicultural counseling

    competencies of practicing rehabilitation counselors. Rehabilitation Education, 12(3),

    237-250.

    17. Granello, D. H., & Beamish, P. M. (1998). Reconceptualizing codependency in women:

    A sense of connectedness, not pathology. Journal of Mental Health Counseling,

    20(4), 344-358.

    16. Granello, P. F., & Granello, D. H. (1998). Training counseling students to use outcomes

    research. Counselor Education and Supervision, 37(4), 224-237.

    15. Wheaton, J. E., & Granello, D. H. (1998). The multicultural competencies of state

    vocational rehabilitation counselors. Rehabilitation Education, 12, 51-64.

    14. Granello, D. H., & Navin, S. (1997). Clinical issues in working with dual career couples:

    Implications for counselors. The Family Journal, 5(1), 19-31.

    13. Granello, D. H., Beamish, P. M., & Davis, T. E. (1997). Supervisee empowerment: Does

    gender make a difference? Counselor Education and Supervision, 36(4), 305-317.

    12. Granello, D. H. (1997). Using 'Beverly Hills 90210' to explore developmental issues in

    female adolescents. [A qualitative analysis]. Youth and Society, 29, 24-53.

    11. Beamish, P. M., Granello, D. H., Granello, P. F., McSteen, P., and Stone, D. (1997).

    Emerging standards of care in the diagnosis and treatment of panic disorder. Journal

    of Mental Health Counseling, 19, 99-113.

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    10. Wheaton, J. E., Finch, J.,† Wilson, K.,† & Granello, D. H. (1997). Patterns of services to

    vocational rehabilitation consumers based upon sex, race, and closure status. The

    Journal of Rehabilitation Administration, 20(3), 209-225.

    9. Granello, D. H. (1996). Gender and power in the supervisory dyad. The Clinical

    Supervisor, 14(2), 53-67.

    8. Granello, D. H. (1996). Current trends in the treatment alternatives for panic disorder

    with agoraphobia. Psychotherapy in Private Practice, 14(4), 17-33.

    7. Beamish, P. M., Granello, P. F., Granello, D. H., McSteen, P., Bender, B. A., & Hermon,

    D. (1996). Outcome studies in the treatment of panic disorder: A review. Journal of

    Counseling and Development, 74(5), 460-467.

    6. Granello, D. H. (1996). Detection of Malingering on the MMPI-2. North Dakota Journal

    for Counseling and Development, 1(2), 1-5.

    5. Granello, D. H. (1996). An analysis of interactional patterns and influence strategies and

    their relationship to gender in the clinical supervisory dyad. (Doctoral dissertation,

    Ohio University). Dissertation Abstracts.

    4. Granello, D. H. (1995). The cultural heritage of Arab Americans and implications for

    counseling. ERIC document #CG 026244.

    3. Granello, D. H. (1995). The use of primary prevention in mental health consultation.

    (1995). ERIC document #CG 026245.

    2. Granello, D. H. (1995). Informal student networks: A safe place to learn. ACES

    Spectrum, 55(4), p. 14.

    1. Granello, D. H. (September, 1994). Joining professional organizations while in graduate school. Counseling Today.

    BOOK CHAPTERS

    12. Granello, D. H. (2015). Suicide Crisis Intervention. In K. Yeager (Ed)., Crisis

    Intervention Handbook (4th ed; pp. 152-180). New York: Oxford University Press.

    11. Granello, D. H. (2013). Addressing suicide risk in community mental health. In. K.

    Yeager, D. Cutler, D. Svendsen, & G. M. Mills (Eds). Textbook of modern community

    mental health work. New York: Oxford University Press.

    10. Dollarhide, C., & Granello, D. H. (2011). Humanistic perspectives on counselor

    education and supervision. In M. B. Scholl, A. S. McGowan, & J. T. Hansen (Eds).,

    Humanistic perspectives on contemporary counseling issues. New York: Routledge.

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    9. Granello, D. H. (2011). Suicidal first year student. In B. Van Brunt (Ed.), Tabletop

    exercises for threat assessment teams. (pp. 9-16). Madison: Magna

    8. Granello, D. H. (2009). The case of Earl: An elderly man who completes suicide. In P. F.

    Granello & G. A. Juhnke (Eds)., Case Studies in Suicide. New York: Prentice Hall.

    7. Granello, D. H. (2007). Duty to protect: Whose session is it anyway? In L. E. Tyson, J.

    R. Culbreth, & J. A. Harrington, (Eds.), Critical Incidents in Clinical Supervision.

    (pp. 149-156). Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.

    6. Granello, D. H., & Wheaton, J. E. (2004). Using web-based surveys to conduct

    counseling research. In. G. R. Walz & J. W. Bloom (Eds.), Cybercounseling and

    Cyberlearning Encore: Beginning and Advanced Strategies and Resources. (pp. 287-

    306). Greensboro, NC: ERIC/CASS.

    5. Granello, D. H., & Granello, P. F. (2001). Counseling outcome research: Making

    practical choices for real-world applications. In G. R. Walz & J. C. Bleuer (Eds.),

    Assessment: Issues and challenges for the millennium. (pp. 163-172). Greensboro,

    NC: ERIC/CASS.

    4. Granello, D. H., & Granello, P. F. (2001). Management of personality disorders. In E. R.

    Welfel & R. E. Ingersoll (Eds.), The mental health desk reference. (pp. 135-141).

    New York: Wiley.

    3. Granello, P. F., & Granello, D. H. (2001). Treating anxiety disorders in adults. In E. R.

    Welfel & R. E. Ingersoll (Eds.), The mental health desk reference. (pp. 106-111).

    New York: Wiley.

    2. Young, M. E., & Granello, D. H. (2001). Helping as a personal journey. In M. E. Young

    Learning the art of helping: Building blocks and techniques (2nd ed.). (pp. 1-22).

    Columbus: Merrill.

    1. Granello, D. H., & Young, M. E. (1998). Helping as a personal journey. In M. E. Young

    Learning the art of helping: Building blocks and techniques (pp. 1-16). Columbus:

    Merrill.

    UNDER REVIEW

    Baker, E.,† Zyromski, B, & Granello, D. H. (under review). School or Guidance Counselor:

    How the title influences public perception. Professional School Counseling.

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    GENERAL PRESS, PROCEEDINGS, & TECHNICAL REPORTS

    Granello, D. H. (2016) Labeling people as ‘the mentally ill’ increases stigma. The

    Conversation (a source for academics and researchers to provide evidence-based

    information to the public.). https://theconversation.com/labeling-people-as-the-

    mentally-ill-increases-stigma-53794

    Within one week of publication, this article was shared or reprinted over 17,000

    times. Sample reprints: Youth Health Magazine; Medical News Today; New York

    Magazine; Science Daily; Huffington Post;

    Granello, D. H., & Granello, P. F. (2015). Identifying Suicidal Signs. Fact-Based Health.

    http://factbasedhealth.com/identifying-suicidal-signs/

    Granello, D. H., & Granello, P. F. (2015). Suicide Prevention in School Settings.

    Proceedings of the 2015 Suicide and Self-Harm Prevention Conference (pp. 1-6).

    Caltabiano, N. (Ed.). Cairns, Australia.

    Sears, S. J., & Granello, D. H. (2001). Reconceptualizing school counseling using School-

    to-Work concepts: A systemic approach. Final Report.

    Wheaton, J. E., & Granello, D. H. (2000). The training needs of employees at the Ohio

    Rehabilitation Services Commission: Results of a multi-phase needs assessment.

    Granello, D. H., & Sears, S. J. (1998). The role of the school counselor in School-to-Work:

    A guide for school counselors.

    Granello, D. H., & Sears, S. J. (1998). The role of the school counselor in School-to-Work:

    A guide for counselor educators.

    Sears, S. J., & Granello, D. H. (1998). Practical strategies for implementing School-to-Work

    in middle schools: A guide for counselors.

    Sears, S. J., & Granello, D. H. (1998). Practical strategies for implementing School-to-Work

    in high schools: A guide for counselors.

    Granello, D. H. (1998). Career development standards for school counselors and students.

    Wheaton, J. E., Granello, D. H., & Miranda, A. M. (1997). Report on the focus groups on

    multicultural counseling, diversity, and opportunity for the Ohio Rehabilitation

    Services Commission. Commissioned by the Ohio Rehabilitation Services

    Commission.

    Wheaton, J, E., Cusick. G. M, & Granello, D. H. (1997). Multicultural counseling

    competencies of state rehabilitation counselors in Ohio. Commissioned by the

    Ohio Rehabilitation Services Commission.

    https://theconversation.com/labeling-people-as-the-mentally-ill-increases-stigma-53794https://theconversation.com/labeling-people-as-the-mentally-ill-increases-stigma-53794http://factbasedhealth.com/identifying-suicidal-signs/

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    Granello, D. H. (1986). The United Nations: A Concise Reference Manual. DeLand, Florida:

    Stetson University Press.

    Granello, D. H. (1990). The effects of drug trafficking on the Colombian governmental

    infrastructure. Unpublished master's thesis.

    MEDIA COVERAGE related to Suicide

    (note: This does not include media coverage related to topic of language & mental illness.)

    Granello, D. H. (September, 2019). Interviewed and quoted in Columbus Dispatch for story

    on suicide prevention efforts in Ohio.

    Granello, D. H. (April, 2019). Interviewed and quoted in Columbus Dispatch for story on

    suicide postvention.

    Granello, D. H. (April, 2018). Interviewed for ABC Channel 6 on topic of suicide for

    evening news.

    Granello, D. H. (April, 2018). Interviewed and quoted in Saturday, April 21, 2018 Columbus

    Dispatch front page story on OSU response to student suicide and OSU suicide

    prevention program.

    Granello, D. H. (August, 2016). Invited interview on the topic of Child Suicide on morning

    radio show in Busan, South Korea. The 10 minute interview was done for the

    morning talk show on English speaking radio station in Busan, the second largest

    city (population 3.6 million) in South Korea. (international)

    Granello, D. H. (August, 2016). Interviewed and quoted in article on Suicide Prevention.

    Article in Worthington News (local).

    Granello, D. H. (June, 2015). Invited interview on topic of suicide in Cairns, Australia (2

    newspaper interviews; 1 interview on national radio station)

    Granello, D. H. (February, 2015). Invited interview on topic of College Suicide Prevention

    on WOSU/NPR station. (local).

    Granello, D. H. (February, 2015). Interviewed and quoted in article on Teen Suicide. Article

    in Boston Globe (national).

    Granello, D. H. (September, 2014). Interviewed and quoted in article on World Suicide

    Prevention Day. Article in USA Today (national).

    Granello, D. H. (August, 2014). Interviewed and quoted in article on Suicide. Article in

    Columbus Dispatch. (local).

    Granello, D. H. (October, 2012). Interviewed and quoted in article on Suicide. Article in

    Columbus Dispatch. (local).

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    Granello, D. H. (October, 2011). Interviewed and quoted in article on Suicide Postvention.

    Chicago Tribune. (national).

    Granello, D. H. (July, 2010). Interviewed and quoted in article on Counselors Confronting

    the Threat of Suicide. Article in Counseling Today (American Counseling

    Association publication).

    INTERNATIONAL PRESENTATIONS & KEYNOTES

    19. “Suicide Prevention Programming: Practical Strategies for Youth and College

    Aged Adults.” 7th International Academic Conference on Social Science. Prague,

    Czech Republic, July, 2019.

    18. “Suicide Intervention Strategies.” Mental Health Conference. Chengdu, China.

    June, 2018.

    17. “Professional Counsellor Identity Evolution: Researching Counsellor

    Knowledge, Attitudes, and Skills.” British Association for Counsellors and

    Psychotherapists. Chester, England. May, 2017.

    16. “The Power of Language: How Words Can Affect Tolerance and Stigma.”

    Invited Keynote. Mental Health & Human Resilience Conference, Cologne,

    Germany. July 2016.

    15. “Using a Partnership Approach for Suicide Prevention Programming: An

    Enhanced Public Health Approach. Mental Health & Human Resilience Conference.

    Cologne, Germany. July, 2016.

    14. “Professional Counsellor Identity Evolution: Researching Counsellor

    Knowledge, Attitudes, and Skills.” British Association for Counsellors and

    Psychotherapists. Brighton, England. May, 2016.

    13. “Suicide Assessment and Prevention in School and Community Settings.” Cairns,

    Australia. June, 2015. 6 hour keynote presentation. Suicide and Self-Harm Prevention

    Conference. Edward Koch Foundation [NGO].

    12. “Using a Partnership Model for Suicide Prevention Programming” Cairns,

    Australia. June, 2015. Suicide and Self-Harm Prevention Conference. Edward Koch

    Foundation [NGO].

    11. “Wellness in Counseling.” Brisbane, Australia, June, 2015.

    10. “Suicide Assessment, Prevention, and Intervention.” University of Reykjavik ,

    Iceland. May, 2014.

    9. “Suicide Assessment.” [webinar]. American Counseling Association International

    Series. November, 2013.

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    8. “Suicide Prevention and Intervention; Information for Counselors.” Universidad

    Iberoamericana. Mexico City. October, 2012.

    7. “Suicide Prevention Programming in the Schools.” Mexican Counseling

    Association. Mexico City. October, 2012.

    6. “Counseling Suicidal Students in Schools.” Mexican Counseling Association.

    Mexico City, October, 2012.

    5. “Suicide Prevention, Assessment, Intervention, and Research.” Co-presenter.

    Two day workshop (each day was 10-hours of programming).

    Taipei, Taiwan. National Taipei College of Nursing. November, 2009.

    4. “Suicide Prevention: Living in Order to Live Life Fully.” International

    Counselling Conference. Cork, Ireland. July, 2007.

    3. “Suicide Risk Assessment.” International Conference on Counselling. Brisbane,

    Australia, July, 2006.

    2. “Suicide Prevention and Intervention.” Mental Health Association. Brisbane,

    Australia. July, 2006 (3 hours).

    1. “Suicide: Essential Information for Counselors" Canadian Counseling Association National Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, May 2003.

    PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS (PEER REVIEWED)

    National/International

    109. “After GLS Funding: A Sustained Comprehensive Campus Suicide Prevention

    Program.” American Association of Suicidology (AAS). Portland, OR. April, 2020.

    [conference cancelled due to Coronavirus]

    108. “Establishing a Suicide Prevention Program in a Hospital System.” American

    Association of Suicidology (AAS). Portland, OR. April, 2020.

    [conference cancelled due to Coronavirus]

    107. “A University-Wide Initiative: Creating a Culture of Care for Suicide

    Prevention and Mental Health on Campus.” American Association of Suicidology

    (AAS). Portland, OR. April, 2020. [conference cancelled due to Coronavirus]

    106. “Clinical Techniques for Managing Suicidal Clients.” The American

    Counseling Association (ACA) International Conference. San Diego, CA. April,

    2020. [conference cancelled due to Coronavirus]

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    105. “Suicide Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment: Practical Assistance for

    Counselors.” Pre-conference presentation at the American Counseling Association

    (ACA) International Conference. San Diego, CA. April, 2020.

    [conference cancelled due to Coronavirus]

    104. “SMART Doctors, a New Approach to Stopping Suicide Among Physicians in

    Training (Suicide Risk Mitigation Among Resident Training Programs). [panel

    member with Perry Lin, M.D., Briana Donaldson, D.O., & Don Santone, M.D., Mt.

    Carmel Hospital, Columbus, Ohio]. American Association of Suicidology. Denver,

    Colorado. April, 2019.

    103. “Does Language Matter? Veterans' Attitudes Toward Seeking Professional

    Help.” The American Counseling Association (ACA) International Conference. New

    Orleans, LA. March, 2019.

    102. “Clinical Techniques for Managing Suicidal Clients.” The American

    Counseling Association (ACA) International Conference. Atlanta, GA. March, 2019.

    101. “Interactional Patterns of Clinical Supervision: Using Sequential Analysis.”

    The American Counseling Association (ACA) International Conference. Atlanta, GA.

    April, 2018.

    100. “Clinical Techniques for Managing Suicidal Clients.” The American

    Counseling Association (ACA) International Conference. Atlanta, GA. April, 2018.

    99. “Suicide Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment: Practical Assistance for

    Counselors.” Pre-conference presentation at the American Counseling Association

    (ACA) International Conference. Atlanta, GA. April, 2018.

    98. “Preventing Suicide through Campus Leadership & Professional Advocacy.”

    Association for Counselor Education and Supervision. October, 2017.

    97. “Leadership in Counselor Education: An Individualized Learning Contract

    Approach to Leadership Development.” Association for Counselor Education and

    Supervision. Chicago. October. 2017.

    96. “Suicide Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment: Practical Assistance for

    Counselors.” Pre-conference presentation at the American Counseling Association

    (ACA) International Conference. San Francisco, CA. March 2017.

    95. “Developing Comprehensive Campus Suicide Prevention at Your University.”

    American Counseling Association International Conference. San Francisco, CA.

    March, 2017.

    94. “Language Matters: The Effects of Labeling and Person-First Language on

    Tolerance.” American Counseling Association International Conference. San

    Francisco, CA. March, 2017.

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    93. “Doctoral Education in Counseling: Issues and Possibilities.” Association for

    Counselor Education and Supervision National Conference. Philadelphia, PA.

    October, 2015.

    92. “Helping Doctoral Students Develop a Research Identity in Counselor

    Education.” Association for Counselor Education and Supervision National

    Conference. Philadelphia, PA. October, 2015.

    91. “Leadership in Counselor Education: An Individualized Learning Contract

    Approach to Leadership Development.” Association for Counselor Education and

    Supervision National Conference. Philadelphia, PA. October, 2015.

    90. “Suicide Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment: Practical Assistance for

    Counselors.” Pre-conference presentation at the American Counseling Association

    (ACA) International Conference. Orlando, FL. March 2015.

    89. Training School Counselors in School-based Suicide Gatekeeper Training.”

    North Atlantic Regional Association for Counselor Education and Supervision

    (NARACES). Providence, RI, September 2014.

    88. “Using Cognitive and Affective Taxonomies to Affirm Diverse Learning Styles.”

    Association for Counselor Education and Supervision National Conference. Denver,

    CO. October 2013.

    87. “Leadership in Counselor Education: An Individualized Learning Contract

    Approach to Leadership Development.” Association for Counselor Education and

    Supervision National Conference. Denver, CO. October 2013.

    86. “Training School Counselors to Conduct Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper

    Trainings in their Schools.” Association for Counselor Education and Supervision

    National Conference. Denver, CO. October 2013.

    85. “Suicide Resources and Information for Counselors and Counselor Educators.”

    Association for Counselor Education and Supervision National Conference. Denver,

    CO. October 2013.

    84. “Suicide Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment: Practical Assistance for

    Counselors.” Pre-conference presentation at the American Counseling Association

    (ACA) International Conference. Cincinnati, OH. March 2013.

    83. “Clinical Techniques for Managing Suicidal Clients.” The American Counseling

    Association (ACA) International Conference. Cincinnati, OH. March, 2013.

    82. “A Longitudinal Study of Counselor Cognitive Complexity: Results of 10 Years of

    Research on Counseling Students.” The American Counseling Association (ACA)

    International Conference. Cincinnati, OH. March, 2013.

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    81. “Suicide Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment: Practical Assistance for

    Counselors.” Pre-conference presentation at the American Counseling Association

    (ACA) International Conference. San Francisco, CA. March 2012.

    80. “Using Bloom’s Taxonomy to Enhance Supervisee Cognitive Development.”

    American Counseling Association (ACA) International Conference. San Francisco,

    CA. March 2012.

    79. “Promoting the Development of Professional Identity in Introductory Courses.”

    Association for Counselor Education and Supervision National Conference.

    Nashville, TN. October, 2011.

    78. “Suicide: Information and Resources that Counselor Educators & Supervisors

    Need to Know.” Association for Counselor Education and Supervision National

    Conference. Nashville, TN. October, 2011.

    77. “Creating partnerships for systemic change.” Substance Abuse Mental Health

    Services Administration National Conference on Suicide Prevention. Bethesda, MD.

    January, 2011.

    76. Suicide: Essential Information for Counselor Educators and Supervisors.” North

    Central Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (NCACES)

    Conference. Chicago, IL, October 2010.

    75. “Suicide Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment: Practical Assistance for

    Counselors.” Pre-conference presentation at the American Counseling Association

    (ACA) International Conference. New Orleans, LA. March 2011.

    74. “Clinical Techniques for Managing Suicidal Clients.” The American Counseling

    Association (ACA) International Conference. New Orleans, LA. March, 2011.

    73. “Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Programs on College Campuses: What is the

    Long-Term Impact of Training” The American Counseling Association (ACA)

    International Conference. New Orleans, LA. March, 2011.

    72. “Suicide Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment: Practical Assistance for

    Counselors.” Pre-conference presentation at the American Counseling Association

    (ACA) International Conference. Pittsburgh, PA. March, 2010.

    71. “Clinical Techniques for Managing Suicidal Clients.” The American Counseling

    Association (ACA) International Conference. Pittsburgh, PA. March, 2010.

    70. “Enhancing Multicultural Competence in Supervision: The Synergistic Model of

    Multicultural Supervision (SMMS).” The American Counseling Association (ACA)

    International Conference. Pittsburgh, PA. March, 2010.

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    69. “Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Follow-up: Results of a University Study.”

    Substance Abuse Mental Health Administration Conference. Orlando, FL. February,

    2010.

    68. “Suicide Gatekeepers on College Campuses”. Lilly Conference on College

    Teaching. Miami, Ohio. November, 2009.

    67. “Suicide: What Counselor Educators Need to Know.” Association for Counselor

    Education & Supervision National Conference. San Diego, CA. October, 2009.

    66. “Learning Contracts in Counselor Education Leadership Courses.” Association

    for Counselor Education and Supervision National Conference. San Diego, CA.

    October, 2009.

    65. “Suicide Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment: Practical Assistance for

    Counselors.” Pre-conference presentation at The American Counseling Association

    (ACA) International Conference. Charlotte, NC. March, 2009.

    64. “Suicide Gatekeepers on College Campuses.” Lilly Conference on College

    Teaching. Miami, Ohio, November, 2008.

    63. “Suicide Risk Assessment: The Cornerstone of Intervention.” American College

    Counseling Association Conference. Savannah, Georgia, February, 2008.

    62. “When Mental Health Affects the Classroom: What College Faculty Need to

    Know.” Lilly Conference on College Teaching. Miami, Ohio, November, 2007.

    61. “Enhancing the Profession through Published Scholarship in Counselor

    Education and Supervision.” Association for Counselor Education and Supervision

    National Conference. Columbus, Ohio, October, 2007.

    60. “Multicultural Supervision: An Integrated Model to Guide Supervisors’

    Interventions and Supervisees’ Development of Competencies.” Association for

    Counselor Education and Supervision National Conference. Columbus, Ohio,

    October, 2007.

    59. “Learning Contracts in Counselor Education Leadership Courses.” Association

    for Counselor Education and Supervision National Conference. Columbus, Ohio,

    October, 2007.

    58. “Counselors Multicultural Counseling Competence: Raising Multicultural

    Awareness.” Association for Counselor Education and Supervision National

    Conference. Columbus, Ohio, October, 2007.

    57. “Suicide Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment: Practical Assistance for

    Counselors.” Pre-conference presentation at The American Counseling Association

    (ACA) International Conference. Detroit, March, 2007.

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    56. “Suicide Assessment and Intervention.” The American Counseling Association

    Conference. Detroit, March, 2007.

    55. “Supervision: Multiple Perspectives on Difficult Cases.” The American

    Counseling Association Conference. Detroit, March, 2007.

    54. “Evaluating the Effectiveness of Gatekeeper Training Using Logic Models.”

    Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration National Meeting.

    Washington, D.C. January, 2007.

    53. “Suicide Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment: Practical Assistance for

    Counselors.” Pre-conference presentation at The American Counseling Association

    (ACA) International Conference. Montreal, April, 2006.

    52. “Multiple Perspectives on Supervision: Working Through Difficult Cases.” The

    American Counseling Association (ACA) International Conference. Montreal, April,

    2006.

    51. “Enhancing Cognitive Complexity in Graduate Written Work.” National Lilly

    Conference on College Teaching. Oxford, Ohio. November, 2005.

    50. “Enhancing Cognitive Complexity of Master’s Students: In the Classroom, in

    Supervision, and Across the Curriculum” Association of Counselor Education and

    Supervision (ACES) National Conference. Pittsburgh, October, 2005.

    49. “Leadership in Counselor Education: An Individualized Learning Contract

    Approach to Leadership Development.” Association of Counselor Education and

    Supervision (ACES) National Conference. Pittsburgh, October, 2005.

    48. “Enhancing Multicultural Competence in Supervision.” American Counseling

    Association (ACA) International Conference. Atlanta, April, 2005.

    47. “Suicide Assessment for Counselors.” American Counseling Association (ACA)

    International Conference. Atlanta, April, 2005.

    46. “Creating a Departmental Culture Where Teaching is Valued.” National Lilly

    Conference on College Teaching. Oxford, Ohio. November, 2004.

    45. “Enhancing Multicultural Competence in Supervision.” North Central

    Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (NCACES) Conference. St.

    Louis, October, 2004.

    44. “Gender and Age in Supervision.” North Central Association for Counselor

    Education and Supervision (NCACES) Conference. St. Louis, October, 2004.

    43. “The Multicultural Counseling Competencies of Practicing School Counselors.”

    American Counseling Association (ACA) International Conference. Kansas City,

    April, 2004.

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    42. “Biological Sex, Adherence to Traditional Gender Roles, and Attitudes Toward

    Persons with Mental Illness.” American Counseling Association (ACA) International

    Conference. Kansas City, April, 2004.

    41. “Suicide Information for Counselors.” American Counseling Association (ACA)

    International Conference. Kansas City, April, 2004.

    40. “Cultural Change at the Departmental Level.” National Lilly Conference on

    College Teaching. Oxford, Ohio. November, 2003.

    39. “The Multicultural Counseling Competencies of Practicing School Counselors:

    Implications for Counselor Educators.” North Central Association for Counselor

    Education and Supervision (NCACES) Conference. Cincinnati, Ohio. October, 2003.

    38. “Suicide: Essential Information for Counselors.” Canadian Counseling

    Association Annual Conference. Nova Scotia: May, 2003.

    37. “Assessing the Cognitive Complexity of Counseling Students.” Canadian

    Counseling Association Annual Conference. Nova Scotia: May, 2003.

    36. “Suicide Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment.” American Counseling

    Association (ACA) International Conference. Anaheim, CA: March, 2003.

    35. “Gathering Data over the Internet: Tips, Tricks, Advantages, and

    Disadvantages.” American Counseling Association (ACA) International Conference.

    Anaheim, CA: March, 2003.

    34. “Supervision of Group Work: An Art and Experience in Growth.” American

    Counseling Association (ACA) International Conference. Anaheim, CA: March,

    2003.

    33. “Assessing the Cognitive Development of Counseling Students.” Association for

    Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES) National Conference. Park City, Utah.

    October, 2002.

    32. “Assessing the Cognitive Development of Counseling Students.” American

    Counseling Association (ACA) International Conference. New Orleans, LA. March,

    2002.

    31. “Suicide: Essential Information for Counselors.” American Counseling

    Association (ACA) International Conference. New Orleans, LA. March, 2002.

    30. “Training Needs of Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors and Their

    Supervisors.” American Counseling Association (ACA) International Conference.

    New Orleans, LA. March, 2002.

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    29. “Publishing in Counselor Education and Supervision.” Panel member. American

    Counseling Association (ACA) International Conference. New Orleans, LA. March,

    2002.

    28. "Improving Cognitive Complexity in Graduate Written Work." North Central

    Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (NCACES) Conference.

    Chicago, Illinois. October, 2001.

    27. “Teaching Suicide Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment in Practicum &

    Internship.” North Central Association for Counselor Education and Supervision

    (NCACES) Conference. Chicago, Illinois. October, 2001.

    26. “School-to-Work and the Role of the School Counselors: Lessons from a Pilot

    Project.” American Counseling Association (ACA) International Conference. San

    Antonio, Texas. March, 2001.

    25. “Tolerance Toward Mental and Physical Disabilities: Is There a Difference?”

    American Counseling Association (ACA) International Conference. Washington,

    DC. March, 2000.

    24. “University and Agency Partnership for Conducting Outcome Research.”

    American Counseling Association (ACA) International Conference. Washington,

    DC. March, 2000.

    23. “The Role of the School Counselor in School-to-Work.” American Counseling

    Association (ACA) International Conference. Washington, DC. March, 2000.

    22. “The Role of the School Counselor in School-to-Work.” Association for Career

    and Technical Education (ACTE) National Conference. Orlando, December, 1999.

    21. “The Role of the School Counselor in School-to-Work: What Counselor

    Educators Need to Know.” Association for Counselor Education and Supervision

    (ACES) National Conference. New Orleans, October, 1999.

    20. “What and How Do Counseling Students Learn? A Forum on Current

    Research.” Invited panel member. Association for Counselor Education and

    Supervision (ACES) National Conference. New Orleans, October, 1999.

    19. “Wellness for Ourselves: Maintaining our Well-being as Counselor Educators.”

    Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES) National Conference.

    New Orleans, October, 1999.

    18. “The Multicultural Counseling Training Needs of State Vocational

    Rehabilitation Counselors: One State’s Experience.” American Counseling

    Association (ACA) International Conference, San Diego, California. April, 1999.

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    17. “The Impact of the Media on Attitudes Toward Persons with Mental Illness.”

    American Counseling Association (ACA) International Conference, San Diego,

    California. April, 1999.

    16. “Preparation for College Careers and Lifelong Learning. Preparing Educators:

    Integration, Internships, and Counseling.” Invited presentation. U.S. Department of

    Education’s 1998 Conference on Improving America’s Schools, Denver, Colorado.

    November, 1998.

    15. “Infusing Outcomes into the Counseling Curriculum.” American Counseling

    Association (ACA) International Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana. April, 1998.

    14. “The Multicultural Counseling Competencies of Practicing Rehabilitation

    Counselors. American Counseling Association (ACA) International Conference,

    Indianapolis, Indiana. April, 1998.

    13. “Getting Proposals Accepted at ACA. Panel member. Invited program for the

    American Counseling Association (ACA) International Conference, Indianapolis,

    Indiana. April, 1998.

    12. “Assessment of Counseling Outcomes: Making Practical Choices for Real World

    Applications.” American Association for Assessment in Counseling (AAC)

    Conference. St. Petersburg, Florida. January, 1998.

    11. “Managing Clients with Personality Disorders in Group Settings.” The Sixth

    National Group Work (ASGW) Conference. Tucson, Arizona. February, 1998.

    10. “Teaching Counseling Students the Skills They Need to Survive in a Competitive

    Behavioral Health Care Marketplace.” North Central Association for Counselor

    Education and Supervision (NCACES) Conference, St. Louis, Missouri. October,

    1997.

    9. “Gender and the Use of Influence Strategies in the Clinical Supervisory Dyad.”

    North Central Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (NCACES)

    Conference, St. Louis, Missouri. October, 1997.

    8. "Gender and the Use of Influence Strategies in the Clinical Supervisory Dyad."

    American Counseling Association (ACA) International Conference, Orlando, Florida.

    April, 1997.

    7. “How to Write Proposals for ACA Conferences.” Panel member. Invited

    program for the American Counseling Association (ACA) International Conference,

    Orlando, Florida. April, 1997.

    6. "Sexual Orientation Bias: Responsibilities and Challenges in Counselor

    Training." Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES) National

    Conference, Portland, Oregon. October, 1996.

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    5. "Sexual Orientation Bias: Challenges and Responsibilities in Counseling and

    Counselor Training." Multicultural Counseling Conference, Ohio University,

    Athens, Ohio. April, 1996.

    4. "Restructuring Codependency: A Sense of Connectedness, Not Pathology." The

    Symposium for the Advancement of Women. Morehead, Kentucky. November,

    1995.

    3. "The Influence of Student Developmental Models in Counselor Education."

    North Central Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors (NCACES)

    Conference, Cleveland, Ohio. October, 1995.

    2. "Treatment Alternatives for Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia." American

    Counseling Association (ACA) International Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

    April, 1996.

    1. "Standards of Care in the Treatment of Panic Disorder." American Counseling Association (ACA) International Conference, Denver, Colorado. April, 1995.

    State Presentations

    70. “Creating a Campus Environment That Supports All Students.” Ohio Association

    for College Admissions Counseling (OACAC). Columbus, Ohio. March, 2020.

    [conference canceled due to Coronavirus]

    69. “Enhancing the Cognitive Complexity of the Supervisee – and the Supervisor!”

    All Ohio Counselors Conference (AOCC). Columbus, Ohio. November, 2019.

    68. “Clinical Techniques for Managing Suicidal Clients.” All Ohio Counselors

    Conference (AOCC). Columbus, Ohio. November, 2019.

    67. “Suicide Prevention for Veterinarians.” Ohio Veterinary Medical Conference.

    Columbus, Ohio. February, 2019. (presented twice)

    66. “Enhancing the Cognitive Complexity of the Supervisee – and the Supervisor!”

    All Ohio Counselors Conference (AOCC). Columbus, Ohio. November, 2018

    65. “Clinical Techniques for Managing Suicidal Clients.” All Ohio Counselors

    Conference (AOCC). Columbus, Ohio. November, 2018.

    64. “Suicide Prevention, Assessment, and Intervention.” All day preconference. All

    Ohio Counselors Conference. Columbus, Ohio. November, 2017.

    63. “Clinical Techniques for Managing Suicidal Clients.” All Ohio Counselors

    Conference (AOCC). Columbus, Ohio. November, 2017.

    62. “Enhancing the Cognitive Complexity of the Supervisee – and the Supervisor!”

    All Ohio Counselors Conference (AOCC). Columbus, Ohio. November, 2017.

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    61. “Working with Suicidal Clients in Addictions Settings.” Ohio Addictions

    Conference. August, 2017.

    60. “Clinical Techniques for Managing Suicidal Clients.” All Ohio Counselors

    Conference (AOCC). Columbus, Ohio. November, 2016

    59. “Enhancing the Cognitive Complexity of the Supervisee – and the Supervisor!”

    Ohio Association for Counselor Education and Supervision. Columbus, Ohio. April

    2016.

    58. “Preventing Suicide through Campus Leadership & Professional Advocacy.”

    Ohio Association for Counselor Education and Supervision. Columbus, Ohio. April

    2016.

    57. “Clinical Techniques for Managing Suicidal Clients.” All Ohio Counselors

    Conference. (AOCC). Columbus, Ohio. November, 2015.

    56. “Cultivating a Professional Research Identity Through Counselor Education.”

    Ohio Association for Counselor Education and Supervision. Columbus, Ohio. April

    2015.

    55. “Teaching Mental Health Advocacy to School Counseling Interns.” Ohio

    Association for Counselor Education and Supervision. Columbus, Ohio. April, 2015.

    54. “Clinical Techniques for Managing Suicidal Clients.” All Ohio Counselors

    Conference. (AOCC). Columbus, Ohio. November, 2014.

    53. “Using Cognitive and Affective Taxonomies in Counselor Education: Helping

    Students to Thrive in the Classroom.” Ohio Association for Counselor Education and

    Supervision. Columbus, Ohio. April, 2014.

    52. “When the Student Becomes the Teacher: Promoting Cognitive Development in

    Emerging Supervisors.” Ohio Association for Counselor Education and Supervision.

    Columbus, Ohio. April, 2014.

    51. “Clinical Techniques for Managing Suicidal Clients.” All Ohio Counselors

    Conference. (AOCC). Columbus, Ohio. November, 2013.

    50. “Enhancing Cognitive Complexity in Graduate Level Writing.” All Ohio

    Counselors Conference. (AOCC). Columbus, Ohio. November, 2013.

    49. “Suicide Prevention, Assessment, and Intervention: Practical Information for

    Counselors.” All Ohio Counselors Conference (AOCC). All Day (6 hour) pre-

    conference workshop. Columbus, Ohio. November, 2012.

    48. “Clinical Techniques for Managing Suicidal Clients.” All Ohio Counselors

    Conference (AOCC). Columbus, Ohio. November, 2012.

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    47. “The Synergistic Model of Multicultural Supervision.” Ohio Association of

    Counselor Education & Supervision (OACES) Conference. Columbus, Ohio. April,

    2012

    46. “Suicide Gatekeeper Training.” All Ohio Counselors Conference (AOCC).

    Columbus, Ohio. November, 2011.

    45. “Clinical Techniques for Managing Suicidal Clients.” All Ohio Counselors

    Conference (AOCC). Columbus, Ohio. November, 2011.

    44. “Promoting Cognitive Complexity in Supervision.” Ohio Association of

    Counselor Education and Supervision (OACES) Conference. Columbus, Ohio. April,

    2011.

    43. “Suicide prevention and gatekeeper training for middle and high school

    personnel.” (presented 2x). Ohio Career-Based Intervention Strategies Conference.

    Columbus, Ohio. May, 2011.

    42. “Suicide Gatekeeper Training.” All Ohio Counselors Conference (AOCC).

    Columbus, Ohio. November, 2010.

    41. “Clinical Techniques for Managing Suicidal Clients.” All Ohio Counselors

    Conference (AOCC). Columbus, Ohio. November, 2010.

    40. “Suicide in Schools: Practical Information for School Counselors. All Ohio

    Counselors Conference. Preconference workshop. November, 2009

    39. “Enhancing Multicultural Competence in Supervision: The Synergistic Model of

    Multicultural Supervision (SMMS). All Ohio Counselors Conference. November,

    2009.

    38. “Suicide Gatekeeper Training.” All Ohio Counselors Conference (AOCC).

    Columbus, Ohio. November, 2009.

    37. “Enhancing Multicultural Competence in Supervision: The Synergistic Model of

    Multicultural Supervision (SMMS)” Ohio Association of Counselor Education and

    Supervision (OACES) Conference. Columbus, Ohio. April, 2009.

    36. "Supervision: Using Cognitive Complexity to Promote Professional Identity"

    Ohio Association of Counselor Education and Supervision (OACES) Conference.

    Columbus, Ohio. April, 2009.

    35. “Suicide Gatekeeper Training.” All Ohio Counselors Conference (AOCC).

    Columbus, Ohio. November, 2008.

    34. “Advancing Your Suicide Prevention, Assessment and Intervention Skills:

    Practical Information for Counselors.” All-day preconference workshop. All Ohio

    Counselors Conference (AOCC). Columbus, Ohio. November, 2007.

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    33. “Suicide Gatekeeper Training.” All Ohio Counselors Conference (AOCC).

    Columbus, Ohio. November, 2007.

    32. “Supervision: Using Cognitive Complexity to Promote Professional Identity.” All

    Ohio Counselors Conference (AOCC). Columbus, Ohio. November, 2007.

    31. "Supervision: Using Cognitive Complexity to Promote Professional Identity"

    Ohio Association of Counselor Education and Supervision (OACES) Conference.

    Columbus, Ohio. April, 2007.

    30. “Suicide Assessment for Adolescents and Adults.” All Ohio Counselors

    Conference (AOCC). Columbus, Ohio. November, 2006.

    29. “Two Overlapping Models of Supervision: The Integrated Developmental Model

    and a Model of Cognitive Complexity.” Ohio Association of Counselor Education and

    Supervision (OACES) Conference. Columbus, Ohio. April, 2006.

    28. “Multiple Perspectives in Supervision: Working with Difficult Cases.” Ohio

    Association of Counselor Education and Supervision (OACES) Conference.

    Columbus, Ohio. April, 2006.

    27. “A Three-Pronged Approach to Suicide Prevention in the Schools.” All Ohio

    Counselors Conference (AOCC). Columbus, Ohio. November, 2005.

    26. “Multiple Perspectives on Supervision: Working Through Difficult Cases.” All

    Ohio Counselors Conference (AOCC). Post-Conference Workshop. Columbus, Ohio.

    November, 2005.

    25. “Multiple Perspectives: Supervision with Difficult Cases.” Ohio Association of

    Counselor Education and Supervision (OACES) Conference. Columbus, Ohio. May,

    2005.

    24. “Suicide Assessment.” All Ohio Counselors Conference (AOCC). Columbus,

    Ohio. November, 2004.

    23. “Gender and Age in Counseling Supervision.” Ohio Association of Counselor

    Education and Supervision (OACES). Conference. Columbus, Ohio. April, 2004.

    22. “Treating Pervasive and Prevalent Disorders: Personality Disorders, Anxiety

    Disorders, and Mood Disorders: A Clinical Update.” All-day pre-conference

    program at the All Ohio Counselor’s Conference (AOCC). Columbus, Ohio.

    November, 2003.

    21. “The Multicultural Counseling Competencies of Practicing School Counselors.”

    All Ohio Counselors Conference (AOCC). Columbus, Ohio. November, 2003.

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    20. “Suicide: Essential Information for Counselors.” Pre-conference workshop for

    the All Ohio Counselors Conference (AOCC). Columbus, Ohio. November, 2002.

    19. “Social Phobia: Diagnostic and Treatment Guidelines.” All Ohio Counselors

    Conference (AOCC). Columbus, Ohio. November, 2002.

    18. “Gender and Age in Supervision.” Ohio Association of Counselor Education and

    Supervision (OACES) Conference. Columbus, Ohio. April, 2002.

    17. “Suicide Assessment, Prevention, and Treatment.” All Ohio Counselors

    Conference (AOCC). Columbus, Ohio. November, 2001.

    16. “Improving Cognitive Complexity in Graduate Written Work.” Ohio Association

    for Counselor Education and Supervision (OACES) Conference. Columbus, Ohio.

    May, 2001.

    15. “Investigating Tolerance: Attitudes Toward Persons with Physical Disabilities

    and Mental Illnesses.” All Ohio Counselors Conference. Columbus, Ohio.

    November, 2000.

    14. “Media and Mental Illness: The Role of Television in Creating and Supporting

    Intolerance.” All Ohio Counselors Conference. Columbus, Ohio. November, 1999.

    13. “School-to-Work and the Role of the School Counselor.” All Ohio Counselors

    Conference. Columbus, Ohio. November, 1999.

    12. “Utilizing School-to-Work Concepts in the Reconceptualization of School

    Counseling.” Pre-Conference Presentation. All Ohio Counselors Conference.

    Columbus, Ohio. November, 1998.

    11. “Reconceptualizing School Counseling: Initial Report of a Multi-University

    Workteam.” Panel Member. All Ohio Counselors Conference. Columbus, Ohio.

    November, 1998.

    10. “State University College of Education Work Coalition.” Panel Member. Ohio

    Conference on Teaching and Learning. Columbus, Ohio. April, 1998.

    9. “The Multicultural Competencies of Ohio Rehabilitation Counselors.” All Ohio

    Counselor’s Conference, Columbus, Ohio. October, 1997.

    8. “Measuring Outcome and Client Satisfaction in Mental Health.” All Ohio

    Counselor’s Conference, Columbus, Ohio. October, 1997.

    7. “Self-perceived Multicultural Competencies of Vocational Rehabilitation

    Counselors. Ohio Rehabilitation Association Annual Training Conference, Toledo,

    Ohio. October, 1997.

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    6. “Gay Affirmative Counseling.” Ohio Multicultural Counseling and Development

    Conference, Columbus, Ohio. October, 1997.

    5. “Outcome and Client Satisfaction Data from a Rural Partial Hospital Program.”

    The Ohio Ambulatory Behavioral Health Care Association. State Conference.

    April, 1997.

    4. “Treating Axis II Disorders in Partial Hospital Settings.” The Ohio Ambulatory

    Behavioral Health Care Association. State Conference. April, 1997.

    3. "Treatment Alternatives for Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia.” All Ohio

    Counseling Association Convention, Columbus, Ohio. November, 1996.

    2. “Treating Axis II Disorders.” All Ohio Counselors Conference. Columbus, Ohio. November 1995.

    1. "Standards of Care in the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders." All Ohio Counseling

    Convention. Columbus, Ohio. October, 1994.

    DOMESTIC INVITED PRESENTATIONS AND KEYNOTES

    Keynotes

    “Building the Bridge as You Walk on It: Evidence-Based Practice in School

    Counseling.” Opening Keynote. Evidence-Based School Counseling National

    Conference. Columbus, Ohio. March, 2019.

    “Suicide Prevention Programming in College.” Wisconsin Association of Independent

    Colleges and Universities. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. November, 2018.

    “Suicide Prevention Programming: The Role of Counselor Educators in College Suicide

    Prevention.” North Atlantic Regional Association of Counselor Education &

    Supervision. Providence, RI, September, 2014

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    Invited Workshops and Trainings

    “Suicide: Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment” (N = 76)

    ▪ Dayton/Tipp City Counselors, Dayton, Ohio. August, 2019. (6 hours) ▪ Center for Addiction Treatment, Cincinnati, Ohio. May, 2019 (4 hours) ▪ Willard City Schools, Willard Ohio. May, 2019 (4 hours) ▪ Stetson University, DeLand, Florida. March, 2019. (6 hours) ▪ Perrysburg, Ohio. Workshop for Counselors. September, 2018 (6 hours). ▪ North Point Ohio Regional Professional Staff Development (26 school districts)

    September, 2018. (6 hours).

    ▪ Perrysburg Ohio Workshop for Counselors. October, 2017 (6 hours) ▪ Mt. Carmel Hospital, Physician & Residents Training. September, 2017 ▪ Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI. April, 2017 (3 hours) ▪ Lima Ohio Physicians Association. February, 2017 (6 hours) ▪ Worthington Schools, Worthington Ohio.

    ▪ September, 2016 (parent training, 2 hours) ▪ September, 2016 (staff training, 2 hours) ▪ August, 2016 (staff training, 2 hours) ▪ May, 2016 (administrator training, 2 hours) ▪ May, 2016 (administrator training, 2 hours)

    ▪ Northwest Ohio Counseling Association. May, 2016. ▪ Youngstown State University. March, 2016. ▪ Tolles Technical College, Plain City, Ohio. February, 2016 (3 hours) ▪ Geneva Schools, Geneva on the Lake, Ohio. January, 2016 (3 hours) ▪ Warren County Suicide Coalition. November, 2015 (6 hours) ▪ University of Wisconsin-Manitowoc. June, 2015 (3 hours) ▪ Talbert House, Cincinnati. May, 2015 (6 hours) ▪ Butler County Suicide Prevention Coalition, January 2015 (6 hours) ▪ University of Toledo, March, 2014 (2 hours) ▪ Heidelberg University. March, 2014 (2 hours) ▪ OSU Mental Health Professionals Network. December, 2013 (4 hours) ▪ Seneca, Sandusky, & Wyandot County Suicide Prevention Coalition. November,

    2013 (3 hours)

    ▪ Chillicothe, Ohio Police Department. ▪ September, 2020 (2 hours) ▪ May, 2019 (2 hours) ▪ May, 2018 (2 hours) ▪ May, 2017 (2 hours) ▪ May, 2016 (2 hours) ▪ October, 2014 (2 hours) ▪ June, 2014 (2 hours) ▪ November, 2013 (2 hours) ▪ May, 2013 (2 hours

    ▪ Lucas County Suicide Prevention Coalition. September, 2013 (6 hours) ▪ Athens County Suicide Prevention Coalition. September, 2013. (1 ½ hours) ▪ West Virginia University. April, 2013 (4 hours) ▪ Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan. March, 2013 (3 hours) ▪ Ohio State University, Mansfield. January, 2013 (3 hours) ▪ Cincinnati Christian University. November, 2012 (6 hours)

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    ▪ Athens, Ohio Police Department. ▪ November, 2012 (2 hours) ▪ September, 2013 (3 hours)

    ▪ Cleveland Community College Consortium. October, 2012 (4 hours) ▪ Capital University. February, 2012 (3 hours) ▪ The Ohio University. June, 2011 (6 hours) ▪ Eastern Ohio Counseling Association. May, 2011 (6 hours) ▪ Ohio School Counselors Association. April, 2011 (3 hours) ▪ Ashtabula Recovery Center. June, 2010 (6 hours) ▪ Toledo Harbor Recovery. December, 2009 (6 hours) ▪ Xenia Suicide Prevention Coalition. November, 2009 (3 hours) ▪ Bowling Green State University Alumni Program. October, 2009. (6 hours) ▪ Ashtabula Recovery Center. June, 2009 (4 hours) ▪ Child Focus Training Center, Cincinnati, Ohio. May, 2009 (6 hours) ▪ Bowling Green University Homecoming Keynote Lecture. Oct., 2008. (3 hours) ▪ Child Focus Training Center, Cincinnati, Ohio. August, 2008. (3 hours) ▪ Coalition for Safe & Drug Free Schools. Columbus, Ohio.

    ▪ April, 2008 (3 hours) ▪ February, 2008 (3 hours) ▪ October, 2007 (3 hours)

    ▪ Northern Ohio Counseling Association. April, 2008 (6 hours) ▪ Therapeutic Foster Care of Ohio.

    ▪ Columbus. May, 2008 (3 hours) ▪ Dayton. February, 2008 (3 hours)

    ▪ Central Ohio School Nurses Association. February, 2008 (3 hours) ▪ Greater Cincinnati Counseling Association. January, 2008 (3 hours) ▪ Mental Health Association of Ross County & Ohio University.

    ▪ May, 2009 (3 hours) ▪ May, 2008 (3 hours) ▪ May, 2007 (3 hours) ▪ May, 2006 (3 hours)

    ▪ Central Ohio School Counselor Association (4 hours), Dublin, Ohio. May, 2007. ▪ Ohio Suicide Coalition Partners, November, 2006. (3 hours) ▪ Ohio College Counselors Meeting, May, 2006. (3 hours) ▪ The University of Central Florida. February, 2006. (3 hours) ▪ Kent State University. February, 2006. (3 hours) ▪ Heidelberg College. February, 2006. (3 hours)

    Other Invited Presentations

    “Engaging a Community in Suicide Prevention.” Norwalk, Ohio. May, 2019.

    “Engaging a Community in Suicide Prevention.” Willard, Ohio. September, 2018.

    ”Professional Identity and Counselor Education.” Counselor Education Program,

    Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI. April, 2017.

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    “Cognitive Complexity and Wellness: Training for Counselors & Supervisors.” and

    “Advocacy and Leadership for Wellness Counselors.”

    The Wellness Institute. Columbus, Ohio.

    September, 2019 (4 hours)

    September, 2018 (4 hours)

    December, 2017 (4 hours)

    February, 2017 (4 hours)

    June, 2016 (4 hours)

    February, 2016 (4 hours)

    June, 2015 (4 hours)

    February, 2015 (4 hours)

    June, 2014 (4 hours)

    February, 2014 (4 hours)

    “Creating Work-Life Balance.” Engineers without Borders Leadership Summit. The

    Ohio State University. January, 2017.

    “Promoting Cognitive Complexity in Clinical Supervision.” Ohio University Supervision

    Summit. 3 hour training. April, 2014.

    “Dual Career Couples: Strategies for Success.” Women’s Professional Network.

    Otterbein University, Westerville, OH. October, 2013.

    “Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training.” 6 hour presentation to OSU-Newark Student

    Affairs Staff. August, 2012.

    “It’s Okay to Ask for Help” Presentation to children in therapeutic foster care (2 hours).

    Columbus, Ohio, May, 2008.

    “Before Their Time: Juvenile Suicide Prevention.” 6 hour workshop. Supreme Court of

    Ohio Judicial College, for Juvenile Court Personnel and Juvenile Detention

    Center Staff. Cincinnati, Ohio. April, 2007.

    “Suicide: Practical Assistance for Counselors” and “Clinical Treatment of Depressive

    and Anxiety Disorders.” 8 hour workshop. Orlando/Winter Park Mental Health

    Counselors in the Schools. August, 2005.

    “Suicide: Practical Assistance for Counselors” and “Clinical Treatment of Depressive

    and Anxiety Disorders.” 6 hour workshop. Northwest Ohio Counseling

    Association. Toledo, Ohio. May, 2005.

    “Challenges for Support Group Leaders: Practical Tips.” Featured speaker, American

    Cancer Society Columbus chapter. November, 2004.

    “Promoting Cognitive Complexity and Critical Thinking in Supervision.” Invited keynote

    speaker. Northwest Ohio Counseling Association. Toledo, Ohio. May, 2002.

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    “Suicide Prevention in the Schools.” Invited speaker. American School Health

    Association 9th Annual Summer Institute. Columbus, Ohio. August, 2002.

    “School to Work and the School Counselor.” Day-long training workshop provided to

    approximately 100 school counselors in Denver, CO. February, 1999.

    “Managing Axis II Disorders in Partial Hospital Settings.” Harding Hospital, Columbus,

    Ohio. June, 1997.

    University-based

    “Suicide Gatekeeper Training” Trainings to certify members of the OSU community as

    certified suicide gatekeepers (90 minute trainings) (N = 81)

    Other University-Based Invited Presentations

    “A Day in the Life of a Buckeye: Finding Balance in College.” Presentation to potential

    college students. March, 2018.

    “Assisting Distressed Students in STEP.” Presentation to STEP faculty. August, 2017.

    “Being and Becoming: A STEP cohort model to enhance sophomore development.”

    Presentation to STEP faculty. August, 2017.

    “Assisting Distressed Students in the Classroom.” Presentation to Germanic Language

    faculty. November, 2015.

    “Assisting Distressed Students in the Classroom.” STEP faculty. November, 2014.

    “Suicide and Mental Health in College Students.” Graduate Student Council. December,

    2012.

    “Best Practices on Evaluation of Teaching.” Academic Leader Development Academy.

    November, 2007.

    “Suicide and Mental Health.” Academic Advisors, December, 2006.

    “Mental Health and the Classroom.” Faculty & TA Development, April, 2005.

    “Mental Health and the Classroom: What TAs Need to Know.” Faculty and TA

    Development TA Orientation. September, 2004.

    “Teaching Critical Thinking and Problem Solving in the Classroom.” New Faculty

    Orientation. September, 1998.

    “Using Technology in Teaching.” New Faculty Orientation. 1997.

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    FUNDED RESEARCH

    Total Funding, all sources to date: $4,157,845

    ➢ Co-Principal Investigator – National Institute on Drug Abuse, NIH ▪ Suicide Prevention Among Substance Abusing Homeless Youth ▪ $677,000. (2015-2018)

    ➢ Program Director - OSU Suicide Prevention. Funded internally through OSU Student Life. $150,000/year from 2013-2016, currently funded by OSU Student Life, Graduate

    School, College of EHE, and others. Total funding is over $300,000/year

    (2013 to present).

    ➢ Principal Investigator - OSU STEP [Sophomore Transformational Experience Program] Student Learning Outreach Grant in Suicide Prevention. $5,300. (2014-2015)

    ➢ Principal Investigator – Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Garrett Lee Smith Act (2009-2012)

    ▪ Campus Suicide Prevention Grant for The Ohio State University ▪ Funded by SAMHSA for $300,000 (3 years) ▪ Matched by OSU and community agencies (total, including match $825,000)

    ➢ American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Technology Grants Grants to provide funding for on-line suicide and depression screening for OSU students

    ▪ $5,000 – OSU Medical School (2009) ▪ $5,000 – OSU Veterinary School (2011) ▪ $5,000 – OSU Graduate School (2012) ▪ $5,000/year – AFSP 2009 to present

    ➢ OSU Outreach and Engagement Grant ▪ To provide for development and implementation of OSU course on suicide

    prevention during May term 2013 ($3,000)

    ➢ Principal Investigator – Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Garrett Lee Smith Act. (2006-2009)

    ▪ Campus Suicide Prevention Grant for The Ohio State University ▪ Funded by SAMHSA for $225,000 (3 years) ▪ Matched by OSU and community agencies (total, including match $550,000)

    ➢ Principal Investigator – Ohio Learning Network (2006-2007; 2007-2008) ▪ To develop a Learning Community to explore campus-wide gatekeeper trainings ▪ Funded by OLN for $4,500 (2006-2007) ▪ Funded by OLN for $2,000 (2007-2008)

    ➢ Co-Principal Investigator, OSU Outreach Grant (2005) ▪ Risk Assessment Treatment Planning for Chemically Dependent Adolescents. ▪ Funded by OSU and Maryhaven for $12,415 ▪ Presented a series of five, 5-hour trainings on assessment to counselors on staff

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    ➢ Principal Investigator (2001) ▪ Funded by: The Ohio State University Instructional Technologies Advisory

    Committee

    ▪ Title: Faculty Innovator Grant – Computer-Assisted Psychological Report Writing ▪ Funded for $530

    ➢ Principal Investigator (1998-1999), Co-Principal Investigator (1997-1998; 1999-2001) ▪ Funded by: The Ohio School to Work Office ▪ Title: Reconceptualizing School Counseling to Include School-to-Work Concepts ▪ Total funding: $198,000

    • 1997-1998 – Compiled workteam, developed 12 training modules to teach STW concepts to school counselors, and in-serviced 450 practicing school counselors

    • 1998-1999 – Developed training modules for counselor educators, in-serviced 65 counselor educators and 300 practicing school counselors

    • 1999-2001 – A pilot STW program was implemented in a middle and high school

    ➢ Principal Investigator (1997) ▪ Funded by: The Ohio State University Seed Grant ▪ Title: Investigation of the effects of gender on influence strategies in counseling

    supervision.

    ▪ Funded for $17,000

    • Solicited and received audiotapes of clinical supervisory dyads from students in counseling programs around the country, with their on-site supervisors.

    • Conducted analysis of those types and the types of influence strategies used in the dyads based on the gender of the participants

    ➢ Principal Investigator (1997) ▪ Funded by: The Ohio State University, Small Grant Research Fund ▪ Title: Cognitive development of graduate students in counseling. ▪ Funded for $800

    • Conducted cross-sectional analysis of counseling students at 25 counseling programs nationwide, using the Learning Environment Preferences (LEP; Moore,

    1987) to assess their cognitive development

    • Conducted longitudinal research at five university counseling programs

    ➢ Principal Investigator (1997) ▪ Funded by: The Ohio State University, Campus Collaborative Program ▪ Title: Family Focus Grant. $5,000

    • Placed counselor education graduate students in an urban elementary school to provide individual and family counseling as well as parenting classes.

    ➢ Member of School to Work Integration work team. Emphasis on preservice training. 1996-97; 1997-98.

    ➢ Member of Contextual Teaching and Learning Grant work team. 1998. ▪ Assisted with national conference on contextual teaching and learning in colleges and

    universities

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    OSU SUICIDE PREVENTION PROGRAM

    ➢ Program Director. o Total funding from all sources to date: > $3,000,000 o From 2006-2012, funded through federal grant from SAMHSA

    (see “funded research” above)

    o From 2013 to present, funded through OSU (collaboration with Student Life, College of EHE, Graduate School, Office of Military & Veterans Affairs &

    Others)

    ▪ Supervise staff of 14 (2 Professional, 4 Graduate Associates, 8 Undergraduate )

    o Program goals: ▪ Engage a broad and diverse group of campus partners to make suicide

    prevention a shared campus responsibility

    • >70 active partners provide support and programming ▪ Engage in wide-ranging surveillance of suicide risk and response

    • Active involvement in data collection and policy development and coordination

    ▪ Develop extensive suicide gatekeeper training program

    • More than 20,000 OSU students, faculty, and staff trained through REACH program

    ▪ Expand suicide prevention education & programming

    • Large-scale education campaigns & outreach o RU OK Buckeyes, an on-line screening program o B-CAS, student organization for suicide prevention o PROs (Peers Reaching Out), a student organization for

    student peer suicide prevention training

    o RU OK?, a student-focused event that has become a signature event through OSU student life

    o Public awareness campaigns, media, website, survivors’ memorials, Out of the Darkness walk, etc

    ▪ Develop a Suicide Prevention Plan for the OSU Campus

    • The widespread nature of this effort, as well as involvement with more than 70 campus & community partners, has made the OSU

    Suicide Prevention Program part of campus life.

    ▪ Engage in Consultation with Other Universities to help them develop comprehensive campus suicide prevention programs.

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    SUICIDE GATEKEEPER CURRICULUM

    Authored REACH, a suicide prevention gatekeeper training curriculum. Provided content

    expertise and training.

    ➢ Conducted a “train the trainer” workshop on REACH model (6 hour training). o April, 2019 (60 faculty and staff trained) o March, 2018 (50 faculty and staff trained) o March, 2017 (40 faculty and staff trained) o January, 2016 (30 faculty and staff trained) o August, 2014 (20 faculty and staff trained) o January 2013 (29 faculty & staff trained)

    CONSULTATION

    ➢ External Faculty Assessor. Universiti Putra Malaysia, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia. 2020-2023.

    ➢ External Examiner, PhD. Dissertation. Swinburne University of Technology, Australia. An Analysis of Eight East-Coast Australian Newspapers’ Coverage of Mental

    Illness Stories, 2000-2014. Samual Teague, Doctoral Candidate. 2019.

    ➢ Campus Suicide Prevention Programs. Consultant to other universities as they develop their comprehensive campus suicide prevention programs. 2018-present.

    ➢ White House Initiative on Suicide Prevention. January, 2016.

    ➢ Consultant. Central Mujeres, La Paz, Mexico. Development of school-based suicide prevention program. (2013). Hosted 2 members of the Mexican team for a 5 day visit to

    learn more about school-based suicide prevention programming in March, 2013.

    ➢ Ohio Department of Mental Health and Ohio Senate. Consultant to improve suicide prevention programming and crisis response on Ohio’s college campuses and through

    school-based suicide prevention programming, to meet the requirements of the Flatt Act

    (2013 to present).

    ➢ Consultant. Center for Education and Training in Employment (CETE). Consultant for the development of online suicide prevention programming modules for use in public

    schools. (2013 to 2016)

    ➢ Advisory Board Member. Healing Journeys for Children Program. James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute. Columbus, Ohio. (2011).

    ➢ Taiwan Association for Caring & Counseling for Loss. Provide consultation for suicide prevention programming. (2009).

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    ➢ NIDA Clinical Trial. Provide consultation for NIDA-funded clinical trial on burnout and stigma in addictions counselors. Consultant on two-day multicultural counseling

    workshop in Reno, Nevada. (2009).

    ➢ OSU Epilepsy Clinic. Provide consultation to epilepsy clinic on suicide assessment and screening of epilepsy patients. (2009).

    ➢ Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation. Provide consultation to this non-profit organization. (2005 to 2008)

    ➢ Continuing Education Workshops. Author of three continuing education workshops for counselors and counselor educators, through ProfessionalCEU.com

    ▪ Improving the cognitive comple