Presentations & Publications

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2021

  • Carlson, R. G., Wheeler, N. J., Barden, S. M., Romagnolo, S., Dillman Taylor, D., Hipp, C.J., Silverio, N., & Moran, M. (2021). Using intent to attend as a predictor of retention in community-based relationship education. Family Process.  (Impact factor, 2.175, 2019).
  • Barden, S. M., Silverio, S., Wilson, N., Taylor, D. & Carlson, R. (2021). Couples coping through COVID: Implementation of an online relationship intervention. Couple and Family Psychology: Research and Practice.  (1.543 Impact Factor, 2020 per APA)
  • Barden, S. M., Carlson, R. G., Toomey, M., Locklear, L., & and Taylor, D. D. (2021). Examining the effects of relationship education for same sex couples: A randomized control trial. Marriage and Family Review. (Impact factor, 2.3, 2020).
  • Barden, S. M., Taylor, D. D., Silverio, N., Carlson, R. G., Whitbeck, M., Carroll, N., & Velez. (2021). Motivations to enroll and engage in relationship education programs: A qualitative investigation of key process factors. Journal of Couple and Relationship Therapy. (Impact factor, 1.27, 2020).
  • Saliba, Y., & Barden, S. M. (2021). Playfulness and older adults: Implications for quality of life. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 43 (2): 157–171.
  • Wheeler, N., Regal, R., Griffith, S., & Barden, S. M. (2021). Dyadic influence of adverse childhood experiences: counseling implications for mental and relational health. Journal of Counseling and Development, 99(1), 24-36. (1.381 Impact Factor, 2019; 10% acceptance rate per editor, 2013)
  • Dillman Taylor, D., & Russell, B. (April, 2021). Ethical dilemmas: Implications of evidence-based practices for child counselors. Program presented at the 2021 American Counseling Association Annual Conference & Exposition, Virtual Conference.

2020

  • Carlson, R.G., Dillman Taylor, D., Barden, S. M., Olejarczyk, J., & Glascoe, G. (in press). Effects of individual-oriented relationship education for parents: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Family Psychology. (1.836 Impact Factor, 2020; 24% acceptance rate per APA [2020]. 2019)
  • *Mumbauer, J., & Barden, S. M. (2020). Examining a mental health literacy among economically disadvantaged youth. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 42(4), 339–355.
  • Kim, N., Dillman Taylor, D., & Han, E. (September, 2020). Investigating relationships of help-seeking attitudes, personal stigma, public stigma, social support, and perceived discrimination for first generation college students by using multi group structural equations modeling (SEM). Program to be presented at the national conference of the Association for Assessment and Research in Counseling (AARC), Cincinnati, OH. [Transformed into a virtual conference]

2019

  • Gonzalez-Voller, J., *Crunk E. A., Barden, S. M., *Harris, S., & *Belser, C. T. (2020). A longitudinal study of multicultural competence in counselor education. Journal of Counseling and Development, 98(3). (1.381 Impact Factor, 2019; 10% acceptance rate per editor, 2013)
  • Towson, J. A., *Canty, M., Schwartz, J., Barden, S. M., & Sims, T. (2019). Adolescent mothers’ implementation of strategies to enhance their children’s early language and emergent literacy skills. Communication Disorders Quarterly, 41(4), 231-241. (0.863 Impact Factor, 2021)
  • Wheeler, N. J., Daire, A. P., Barden, S. M., & Carlson, R. G. (2019). Relationship distress as a mediator of adverse childhood experiences and health: Implications for clinical practice with economically vulnerable racial and ethnic minorities. Family Process, 58(4), 1003–1021. (2.679 Impact Factor, 2020).
  • Wood, A. W., Barden, S. M., Terk, M., & Cesaretti, J. (2019). Prostate cancer: The influence of stigma on quality of life and relationship satisfaction for survivors and their partners. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 37(3), 350-366.
  • Kim, N., Dillman Taylor, D., & Oh, S. (March, 2019). Factors related to help-seeking attitudes among first generation college students. Program presented at the 2019 American Counseling Association Annual Conference & Exposition, New Orleans, LA.
  • Dillman Taylor, D., Russell, B., Wilson, N. (2019, March). A community-based systemic mental health intervention to address reunification. Program presented at the 2019 American Counseling Association Annual Conference & Exposition, New Orleans, LA.

2018

  • Gonzalez, J., Barden, S. M., & Sharp, J. (2018). Multicultural competence and the working alliance as predictors of client outcomes. The Professional Counselor, 8(4), 314-327.
  • Johnson, J. M., Barden, S. M., & *Sherrell, R. (2018). Examining the relationships between multicultural competence, multicultural self-efficacy, and ethnic identity development of practicing counselors. The Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 40(2), 129-141.
  • Dillman Taylor, D., & Barden, S. (April, 2018). Examining the effect of a couple intervention program on parental outcomes. Paper presented at the 2017 American Counseling Association Annual Conference & Exposition, Atlanta, GA.

2017

  • Barden, S. M., *Gutierrez, D., *Gonzalez, J., & *Ali, S. (2017). Calidad de vida: An exploratory investigation of Latina breast cancer survivors and intimate partners. Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice, 10(4), Article 1.
  • Saliba, Y. & Barden, S. M. (2017). Counselors and workplace wellness: A conceptual model. The Professional Counselor, 7(2), 104-113.
  • Wood, A. W., Barden, S. M., Terk, M., & Cesaretti, J. (2017). The influence of stigma on the quality of life for prostate cancer survivors. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 35(4), 451-467. (Impact Factor, 1.5, 2017).
  • Shannonhouse, L., Barden, S. M., & McDonald, P. (2017). Mixed methodology in group research: Lessons learned. Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 42, 87-107.
  • Zeligman, M., Hagedorn, W. B., & Barden, S. M. (2017). The role of stigma on trauma following an HIV diagnosis. The Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 39, 12-24.
  • Crunk, E., & Barden, S. M. (2017). The common factors discrimination model: An integrated approach to counselor supervision. The Professional Counselor, 7, 15-32.
  • Barden, S. M., *Sherrell, R., & Matthews, J. M. (2017). A national survey on multicultural competence for professional counselors: A replication study. Journal of Counseling and Development, 95(2), 203-212. (1.381 Impact Factor, 2019; 10% acceptance rate per editor, 2013)
  • Whitbeck, M., Diaz, A., & Quintero- Mora, R. (2017, January). Communication through Grief and Loss for Couples. Poster presented at the 9th Annual University of Central Florida Counseling Conference, Orlando, FL.
  • Carroll, N., Santos, J, Silverio, N., Toussaint, B. (2017, January.) Community Trauma: Investigating the Impact of Publicized Violence Towards Blacks on Minority Mental Health. Co-presented 90-minute session at the UCF Counseling Conference, Orlando, FL.
  • Dillman Taylor, D. (March, 2017). Partnering with local schools to critically examine play therapy services for children. Paper to be presented at the 2017 American Counseling Association Annual Conference & Exposition, Orlando, FL.

2016

  • Barden, S. M. (2016, September). Does relationship education influence parental alliance? Paper presented at the American Association for Research and Counseling, Ft.Lauderdale, FL

2015

  • Barden, S. M. (2015, April). International immersion: Developing intercultural sensitivity for counselors. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, Chigago, IL.
  • Barden, S.M. (2015, March). Breast cancer and Latina couples: A cosensual qualitative research design. Paper presented at the American Counseling  Association Annual Conference, Orlando, FL
  • Dillman Taylor, D., Purswell, K., & **Blount, A. (October, 2015). Transforming your classroom: Encouraging student involvement and promoting active participation in assessment. Paper presented at ACES Conference 2015, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Dillman Taylor, D. & Barden, S. (October, 2015). Meeting the grand challenges of the 21st century: The role of counselor educators in research clusters. Paper presented at ACES Conference 2015, Philadelphia, PA.

2014

  • Dillman Taylor, D. (September, 2014). Child sexual abuse: Awareness, counseling and prevention. Paper presented at the European Branch of ACA Annual Conference. Milan, Italy.
  • Dillman Taylor, D. (September, 2014). Involving parents in play therapy: A child-parent relationship training model. Paper presented at the European Branch of ACA Annual Conference. Milan, Italy.
  • Dillman Taylor, D. (September, 2014). The brain of a child: How exposure to domestic violence affects cognitive, emotional, and behavioral development. Paper presented at the European Branch of ACA Annual Conference. Milan, Italy.
  • Dillman Taylor, D. (February, 2014). Play therapy in schools: Intervening with children who demonstrate social or emotional concerns. Paper presented at the 2014 Conference on the Value of Play. Clemson, SC.

2013

  • Dillman Taylor, D., Robinson, E. H., **Flasch, P., & Robinson, S. (November, 2013). Family play therapy: Drawing outside the lines. Paper presented at the European Branch of ACA Annual Conference. Bad Herrenalb, Germany.
  • Dillman Taylor, D., & Ware, J. (March, 2013). Culturally sensitive child assessments: From research to practice to future research. Paper presented at the American Counseling Association Annual Conference & Exposition, Cincinnati, OH.

2012

  • Barden, S. M., Carlson, R., & Daire, A. (2012, November). Establishing Domestic Violence Protocols for Couples Counseling in Military Settings. Paper presented at the European Branch-American Counseling Association, Wiesloch, Germany
  • Barden, S. M., Limberg, D., & Super, J. (2012, November). Living life more fully: Infusing wellness and preventing burnout in our professional and personal lives. Paper presented at the European Branch-American Counseling Association, Wiesloch, Germany.
  • Barden, S. M., & Greene, J. (2012, September). Experiential activities in multicultural counseling as a vehicle for increasing competence and self-efficacy. Paper presented at the Association for Assessment and Research in Counseling, Orlando, FL
  • Dillman Taylor, D., & Ray, D. (March, 2012). Adlerian personality priority: Confirming the constructs. Paper presented at the American Counseling Association Annual Conference & Exposition, San Francisco, CA.

2011

  • Mehta, S. (2011, October). International immersion: An exploratory study of critical factors, sustained impact and counselor development. Paper presented at the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, Nashville, TN
  • Mehta, S. (2011, March). International immersion: Critical factors to create short and long term transformational effects for counselor trainees. Paper presented at the American Counseling Association, New Orleans, LA

2010

  • Dillman, D., Purswell, K., & Rushing, K. (2010, October) Child-parent relationship therapy with divorced parents: A qualitative analysis of the experiences of three parents. Paper presented at the Association for Play Therapy, Galt House Hotel, Louisville, KY.
  • Dillman, D., Purswell, K., & Edwards, N. (2010, February). The impact of Child Parent Relationship Therapy on child behavior and parent-child relationships: An examination of parental divorce. Paper presented at the Annual Conference on Parent Education and Parenting at the University of North Texas, Denton, TX.

View Our Publications

Carlson, R. G., Case Pease, J., Wheeler, N. J., Liu, X., McDonald, J., & Strawn, L. (2017). Examining the relationship among couples’ satisfaction and family services counselors visits in couples and relationship education. Marriage & Family Review, 53(1).

Evadne, N., Daire, A. P., Carlson, R. G., & Munyon, M. (2017). Analysis of marital expectations in African immigrant and United States-born married couples. The Qualitative Report, 22(3), 831-848.

Carlson, R. G., Rappleyea, D., Daire, A. P., Harris, S. H., & Liu, S. (2017). A comparison of high and low-risk couples’ outcomes in couple and relationship education. Family Process, 56(1), 91-104. Doi: 10.1111/famp.12172

Gutierrez, D., Carlson, R. G., Daire, A. P., & Young, M. E. (2017). Evaluating treatment outcomes using the integrative model for brief couples counseling: A pilot study. The Family Journal, 25(1), 5-12

Carlson, R. G., Case Pease, J., Wheeler, N. J., Liu, X., McDonald, J., & Strawn, L. (2017). Examining the relationship among couples’ satisfaction and family services counselors visits in couples and relationship education. Marriage & Family Review, 53(1).

Carlson, R. G., Fripp, J., Cook, C., & Kelchner, V. (2015). Examining intimate partner violence, stress, and technology among young adults. The Professional Counselor, 5(3), 365-378.

Barden, S. M., Carlson, R. G., Daire, A. P., Finell, L. R., Christopher, K., & Young, E. (2015). Investigating the influence of relationship education on parental attitudes. Marriage & Family Review, 51(3), 246-263

Carlson, R., Barden, S. M., Daire., A., &  Greene, J. (2014). Effects of relationship education on  relationship satisfaction for low-income married couples with children. Journal of Counseling and Development, 92(4), 418-427. DOI: 10.1002/j.1556-6676.2014.00168.x

Carlson, R. G., Barden, M. S., Daire, A. P., &  Swartz, M. (2014). Examining parental alliance for low-income couples who attend relationship education with or without a partner. Journal of Couple and Relationship Therapy, 13(2), 153-170.

Carlson, R. G., Barden, S. M., Daire, A. P., &  Greene, J. (2014). Influence of relationship education on relationship satisfaction for low-income couples. Journal of Counseling and Development, 92(4), 418-427.

Carlson, R. G., Daire, A. P., & Haiyan, B. (2014). Examining relationship satisfaction and individual distress for low-to-moderate income couples in relationship education. The Family Journal, 22(3), 282-291.

Carlson, R. G., Gutierrez, D., Daire, A. P., & Hall, K. (2014). Does frequency of speaker  listener technique use influence relationship satisfaction? Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 24(1), 25-29

Daire, A. P., Carlson, R. G., Barden, S. M., & Jacobson, L. (2014). Intimate partner violence  (IPV) protocol readiness model. The Family Journal, 22(2), 170-178

Carlson, R. G., Fripp, J., Munyon, M. D., Daire, A. P., Johnson, J. M., & DeLorenzi, L. (2014). Examining passive and active recruitment for low-income couples in relationship education. Marriage & Family Review, 50(1), 76-91

Ngazimbi, E. E., Daire, A. P., Soto, D., Carlson, R. G., & Munyon, M. (2013). Marital expectations and marital satisfaction between African immigrant and United States born married couples. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 23(2), 317-322.

Carlson, R. G., Daire, A. P., Munyon, M. D., & Young, M. E. (2012). A Comparison of cohabiting and non- cohabiting couples who participated in premarital counseling using  the PREPARE model. The Family Journal, 20(12), 123-131.

Daire, A. P., Jacobson, L., & Carlson, R. G. (2012). Emotional stocks and bonds: A metaphorical model for conceptualizing and treating co-dependency and other forms of emotional  over-investing. American Journal of Psychotherapy 66(3), 259-278

Daire, A. P., Harris, S. M., Carlson, R. G., Munyon, M. D., Rappeleyea, D. L., Beverly, M. G., & Hiett, J. (2012). Fruits of improved communication: The experiences of middle-aged  Hispanic couples in a relationship education program. Journal of Couple & Relationship   Therapy, 11(2), 37-41

Carlson, R. G., Daire, A. P., Munyon, M. D., Soto, D., Bennett, A., Marshall, D., & McKinzie, C. (2012). Examining recruitment follow-up phone calls and their influence on attendance for husbands and wives in a marriage and relationship education program. Marriage & Family Review, 48(1), 82-95

Daire, A. P., Munyon, M. D., Carlson, R. G., Kimemia, M., & Mitcham, M. (2011). Examining distress between parents of children with and without special needs. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 33(2), 177-188.

Young, M. E., & Carlson, R. G. (2011). Fragile families, fragile couples [Monograph]. Counseling and Human Development, 43(7), 1-12

Carlson, R. G., & Jones, K. D. (2010). Continuum of conflict and control: A conceptualization of intimate partner violence typologies. The Family Journal, 18(3), 248-254

Barden, S. M., Carlson, R. G., Toomey, T. M., Locklear, L., & Dillman Taylor, D. (in press). Examining the effects of relationship education for same-sex couples: A randomized controlled trial. Manuscript submitted to Marriage & Family Review.

Carlson, R., Barden, S., Romagnolo, S. M., Dillman Taylor, D., Moran, M., & **Silverio, N. (in press). Using intent-to-attend to predict retention in community-based relationship education. Family Relations.

 

Barden, S.M., Dillman Taylor, D., Silverio, N., Carlson, R.G., Whitbeck, M., Carroll, N., & Velez, M. (2021). Motivations to enroll and engage in relationship education programs: A qualitative investigation of key process factors. Journal of Couple and Relationship Therapy, doi.org/10.1080/15332691.2020.

Dillman Taylor, D., Nelson, K. M., Gungor, A., & Meany-Walen, K. K. (in review). School-based group Adlerian play therapy for children with disruptive behaviors. Psychology in the Schools (Submitted for review 06/2016).

Flasch, P., Dillman Taylor, D., Clauber, R. N., and Robinson, E. M. (2017). Evaluating the effectiveness of an experiential play therapy counseling course: A quasi-experimental investigation. International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 11(1), Art. 10. DOI: 10.20429/ijsotl.2017.110110

Dillman Taylor, D. and Munyon, M. (2016). A counselor’s guide to help parents discuss sex in developmentally appropriate ways with children ages 3-9 in play therapy. Journal of Child and Adolescent Counseling, 2(1), 42-60.

Wofford, J. R., & Carlson, R. G. (2016). Counseling typically developing siblings of persons with disabilities: Strengths and struggles. Manuscript submitted to The Family Journal. Revise and Resubmit

Wheeler, N., and Dillman Taylor, D. (2016). Integrating interpersonal neurobiology with play therapy. International Journal of Play Therapy, 25(1), 24-34. DOI: 10.1037/pla0000018

Barden, S. M., Carlson, R., Daire, A.,  Finnell, L.,  Christopher, K., & Young, E. (2015).   Investigating the influence of relationship education on parental attitudes. Marriage and Family Review, 51(3), 246-263.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01494929.2015.1031422

Meany-Walen, K. K., Bullis, Q., Kottman, T., and Dillman Taylor, D. (2015). Group Adlerian play therapy and its effectiveness at increasing student’s on-task behavior. Journal for Specialist in Group Work. 40(3), 294-314, DOI: 10.1080/01933922.2015.1056569

Dillman Taylor, D. and Meany-Walen, K. K. (2015). Adlerian Play Therapy and Children with Disruptive Behaviors: A Single Case Research Design. Journal of Child and Adolescent Counseling, 1(2), 81-99. DOI: 10.1080/23727810.2015.1081519

Bloom, Z. and Dillman Taylor, D. (2015). New problems in today’s technological era: An Adlerian case example. Journal of Individual Psychology, 71(2), 163-173.

Meany-Walen, K. K., Kottman, T., Bullis, Q, and Dillman Taylor, D. (2015). Adlerian play therapy with children with externalizing behaviors: Single case design. Journal of Counseling and Development, 93(4), 418-428. DOI: 10.1002/jcad.12040

Dillman Taylor, D. and Bratton, S. C. (2014). Developmentally appropriate practice: Adlerian play therapy with preschool children. Journal of Individual Psychology, 70(3), 205-219. Haber, R., Carlson, R. G., & *Braga, C. (2014). Use of an anecdotal client feedback form in family therapy. Family Process, 53(2), 307-317

Lindo, N. A., Dillman Taylor, D., Meany-Walen, K., Purswell, K., Jayne, K., Gonzales, T., and Jones, L. (2014). Teacher child relationship building: A qualitative examination of a play-based professional development training model. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 1-13. DOI: 10.1080/03069885.2014.896452

Ware, J., and Dillman Taylor, D. (2014). Ethical considerations related to group work with children: Concerns about confidentiality and within group relationships. International Journal for Play Therapy, 3(23), 173-186.

p>Purswell, K. and Dillman Taylor, D. (2013). Creative use of sibling play therapy: An example of a blended family. Journal of Creativity in Mental Health, 8(2), 162-174. DOI: 10.1080/15401383.2013.792228

Dillman Taylor, D., Purswell, K., Jayne, K., Lindo, N. A., and Fernando, D. (2011). The impact of child-parent relationship therapy on child behavior and parent-child relationships: An examination of parental divorce.International Journal of Play Therapy, 20(3), 124-137.

Daire, A. P., Munyon, M. D., Carlson, R. G., Kimemia, M., & Mitcham, M. (2011). Examining distress between parents of children with and without special needs. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 33(2), 177-188

Dillman Taylor, D., Thompson, K., Russell, B., & Meany-Walen, K. K. (in press). Utilizing Play Therapy in Schools: Lessons Learned. International Journal of Play Therapy.

Carlson, R. G., Dillman Taylor, D., Barden, S. M., Olejarczyk, J., & Glascoe, G. (in press). Effects of individual-oriented relationship education on parents: A randomized controlled trial. Manuscript submitted to Journal of Family Psychology.

Dillman Taylor, D., Purswell, K, Cornett, N., & Bratton, S. (in press). Effects of Child-Centered Play Therapy (CCPT) on disruptive behavior of at-risk preschool children in head start. International Journal of Play Therapy, 30(2), 86–97. doi.org/10.1037/pla0000125

Dillman Taylor, D., & Thompson, K. (2020). Using Adlerian Play Therapy with gender expansive children: Caregiver considerations. Journal of Individual Psychology, 76(2), 201-216. doi.org/10.1353/jip.2020.0001.

Tabet, S. M., Perleoni, M. K., Dillman Taylor, D., Kelchner, V. P., & Lambie, G. W. (2019). The factor structure of the Child Behavioral Checklist scores with children from low-income communities. Assessment for Effective Intervention. doi.org/10.1177/1534508419895094

Allee-Herndon, K. A., Dillman Taylor, D., & Roberts, S. K. (2019). Putting Play in Its Place: Presenting a Continuum to Decrease Mental Health Referrals and Increase Purposeful Play in Classrooms. Journal of Play, 8(2), 186-203. doi.org/10.1080/21594937.2019.1643993

Dillman Taylor, D., Meany-Walen, K. K. **Nelson, K. M., & **Gungor, A. (2019). Investigating group Adlerian play therapy for children with disruptive behaviors: A single case research design. International Journal of Play Therapy, 28(3), 168-182. doi.org/10.1037/pla0000094 (Submitted for review 02/2018; Revise/resubmit 06/2018; 11/2018).

Russell, B., Oh, S., & Dillman Taylor, D. (2019). Integration of Adlerian Play Therapy in pediatric hospitals. Journal of Child and Adolescent Counseling, 5(1), 61-72. doi.org/10.1080/23727810.2018.1556987

McKenzie, C., & Dillman Taylor, D. (2019). ACTing as yourself: Implementing acceptance and commitment therapy for transgender adolescents. Journal of Child and Adolescent Counseling, 5(2), 146-160. doi.org/10.1080/23727810.2019.1586414

Dillman Taylor, D., & Kottman, T. (2019). Assessing the utility and fidelity of Adlerian play therapy using qualitative content analysis. International Journal of Play Therapy, 28(1), 13-21. doi.org/10.1037/pla0000082

Wood, A. W., Barden, S. M., Terk, M., & Cesaretti, J. (in press). The influence of stigma on the quality of life for prostate cancer survivors. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology.

Barden, S. M.,  Gutierrez, D.,  Gonzalez, J., &  Ali, S. (2016). Healing faith: A qualitative exploration of Latina breast cancer survivors. Counseling and Values, 61(2), 142-158.

Gutierrez, D., Barden, S. M., Gonzalez, J., Ali, S., Cruz-Ortega, L.G. (2016). Perspectiva  masculina: An exploration of intimate partners of Latina breast cancer survivors. The Family Journal, 24, 222-229. DOI: 10.1177/1066480716648690

Wood, A., Gonzalez, J., & Barden, S. M. (2015).  Mindful caring: Using mindfulness-based cognitive therapy with caregivers of cancer survivors. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 33, 66-84.  DOI: 10.1080/07347332.2014.977418

Gonzalez, J., & Barden, S. M. (2014). Existential counseling as a vehicle to support Latina breast cancer survivors. Counseling and Values, 59, 49-64.  DOI: 10.1002/j.2161 007X.2014.00041.x

Zeligman, M., Hagedorn, W. B., & Barden, S. M. (in press). The role of stigma on trauma following an HIV diagnosis. The Journal of Mental Health Counseling.

Lowe, C., Gibson, D. G., & Carlson, R. G. (2017). Examining the relationship between school counselors’ age, years of experience, school setting, and self-perceived transformational leadership skills. Manuscript submitted to Professional School Counseling Journal. Revise and Resubmit

Barden, S. M., Sherrell, R., & Matthews, J. M. (2017). A national survey on multicultural  competence for professional counselors: A replication study. Journal of Counseling and      Development, 95(2), 203-212.

Crunk, E. & Barden, S.M. (2017). The common factors discrimination model: An integrated approach to counselor supervision. The Professional Counselor, 7, 15-32

Fripp, J. A., & Carlson, R. G. (2017). Exploring the influence of attitudes and stigma on participation of African American and Latino populations in mental health services. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 45, 80-94. DOI: 10.1002/jmcd.12066

Solomon, C., & Barden, S. M. (2016). A self-compassion mentorship framework for mothers in Counselor Education. Counselor Education and Supervision, 55(2), 137-149. DOI: 10.1002/ceas.12038

Miller, R., & Dillman Taylor, D. (2016). Examining Individual Psychology from a Neuroscience Perspective. Journal of Humanistic Counseling, 55(2), 111-128.

Feather, K., & Carlson. R. G. (2016). Investigating disability content within CACREP programs: Rethinking counselor education training. Manuscript submitted to Journal of  Multicultural Counseling and Development.

Blount, A. J., Dillman Taylor, D., Lambie, G., & Anwell, A. N. (2016). Clinical supervisors’ perceptions of wellness: A phenomenological view on supervisee wellness. The Professional Counselor, 6(4), 360-374. DOI:10.15241/ab.6.4.360

Shannonhouse, L., Barden, S. M., Jones, E., Gonzalez, L., & Murphy, A. (2016). Secondary traumatic stress for trauma research teams: A mixed methods research design. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 38(3), 201-216. DOI:10.774/mehc.38.3.02

Zeligman, M., Barden, S. M., & Hagedorn, W. B. (2016). Posttraumatic growth and HIV: A study on associations of stigma and social support. Journal of Counseling &  Development, 94(2), 141-149. DOI: 10.1002/jcad.12071

Barden, S. M., & Greene, J. (2015). An investigation of multicultural counseling self-efficacy and multicultural counseling competence for counselors-in-training. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 37, 47-53. DOI:10.1007/s10447-014-9224-1

Barden, S. M., Conley, A. H., & Young, M. E. (2015). Integrating health and wellness in mental  health counseling: Clinical, educational and policy implications. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 37(2), 152-163. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17744/mehc.37.2.1868134772854247

Limberg, D., Ohrt, J. H., Barden, S. M., Ha, Y., Hundley, G., & Wood, A. W. (2015). A cross-cultural exploration of perceptions of altruism of counselors-in-training. Counseling and Values, 60(2), 201-217. DOI:10.1002/cvj.12014

Shannonhouse, L., Barden, S. M., & Mobley, K. (2015). Qualitative outcomes of a home-stay immersion with critical reflection. Counselor Education and Supervision, 54, 303-319. DOI: 10.1002/ceas.12028

Ali, S., & Barden, S. M. (2015). Sexual minority identity development: Considering the cycle of coming-out. Professional Counselor: Research & Practice, 5(4), 501-515. DOI:10.15241/sa.5.4.501

Barden, S. M., Shannonhouse, L., & Mobley, K. (2015). International cultural immersion: Assessing the influence of a group intervention on intercultural sensitivity for counselor trainees. Special Issue: International Perspectives on Group Work. Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 40(1). DOI: 10.1080/01933922.2014.992505. National Research Award: Association for Specialists in Group Work Best Group Research Article of the Year (2015)

Zeligman, M., & Barden, S. M. (2015). A narrative approach to supporting clients living with HIV. Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 28, 67-82. DOI:10.1080/10720537.2013.854185

Greene, J. H., Barden, S. M., Richardson, E. D., & Hall, K. G. (2014). The influence of film and experiential pedagogy on multicultural counseling self-efficacy and multicultural counseling competence. Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 14(5), 62 78. DOI: 10.14434/josotlv14i5.12656

Hall, K., Barden, S. M., & Conley, A. H. (2014). A relational cultural framework: Emphasizing relational dynamics and multicultural skill development. The Professional Counselor, 4, 71-83. DOI:10.15241/kgh.4.1.71

Barden, S. M., Mobley, K., & Shannonhouse, L. (2014). Cultural immersion in counselor education in the United States: A quasi- experimental study. Journal for International Counselor Education, 6, 46-60. http://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/jice/vol6/iss1/3/

Shannonhouse, L., Myers, J. M, Barden, S. M., & Clarke, P.,  Weimann, R., Forti, A., Moore Painter, T., Knutson, T., & Porter, M. (2014). Finding your new normal: Outcomes of a wellness-oriented psychoeducational support group for cancer survivors. Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 39, 3-14. DOI:10.1080/01933922.2013.863257

Barden, S. M., & Cashwell, C. (2014). International immersion in counselor education: A  consensual qualitative research investigation. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and  Development, 42, 42-60. DOI: 10.1002/j.2161-1912.2014.00043.x

Barden, S. M., & Cashwell, C. (2013). Critical factors in cultural immersion: A synthesis of relevant literature. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 35 (4), 286-297. DOI 10.1007/s10447-013-9183-y

Carlson, R. G. & Lambie, G. W. (2012). Systemic-developmental supervision: A clinical supervisory approach for family counselor student-interns. The Family Journal, 20(1), 29-36.

West-Olatunji, C., Goodman, R. D., Mehta, S., & Templeton, L. (2011). Creating cultural competence: An outreach immersion experience in southern Africa. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 33, 335-346. DOI 10.1007/s10447-011-9138-0

 

Haile, G. M., Lambie, G. W., Dillman Taylor, D., & Tabet, S. M. (in press). Integrating pre-performance routines into clinical supervision for substance abuse counselors-in-training Manuscript submitted to The Professional Counselor.

Blount, A. J., Dillman Taylor, D., & Lambie, G. W. (in press). Wellness in the Helping Professions: Historical Overview, Wellness Models, and Current Trends. The Journal of Wellness.

Bloom, Z. D., Blount, A. J., Dillman Taylor, D. L., & Lipkin, G. (2019). The sexual values and behaviors discrepancy model. Journal of Counseling Sexology & Sexual Wellness: Research, Practice, and Education, 1(2). doi.org/10.34296/01021025

Bloom, Z., & Dillman Taylor, D. (2019). The online dating intensity scale: Exploratory factor analysis in a sample of emerging adults. Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development, 53(1), 1-16, https://doi.org/10.1080/07481756.2019.1640614 (1.098 Impact Factor, 2017; 15% acceptance rate per editor, 2014)

Oh, S., Kim, N., McKinzie-Bennett, C., & Dillman Taylor, D. (2019). Multiculturally competent initial interview with LGBTQI+ Clients. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Mental Health, 23(1), 1-19. https://doi.org/10.1080/19359705.2019.1568943. (Accepted 01/2019).

Carlson, R. G., Rogers, T. L., Wheeler, N. L., Kelchner, V., Griffith, S-A. M., & Liu, X. (In Press). The Continuum of Conflict and Control Relationship Scale (CCC-RS): Psychometrics for a measure designed to discriminate among types of intimate partner violence. Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development

Dillman Taylor, D., & Mullen, P. (in review). Adlerian personality priority assessment: Psychometric evaluation. Journal of Personality Assessment. (Submitted for review 01/2017).

Dillman Taylor, D., Bratton, S. C., & Henson, R. K (in review). Confirming the constructs of the Adlerian Personality Priority Assessment (APPA). Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development. (Submitted for review 04/2016; Revise/Resubmit 12/2016).

Bloom, Z., & Dillman Taylor, D. (in review). The online dating intensity scale: Exploratory factor analysis in a sample of emerging adults. Educational and Psychological Measurement. (Submitted for review 06/2016; Revise/Resubmit 11/2016).

Flasch, P., Dillman Taylor, D., Clauber, R. N., & Robinson, E. M. (2017). Evaluating the effectiveness of an experiential play therapy counseling course: A quasi-experimental investigation. International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 11(1), Art. 10. DOI: 10.20429/ijsotl.2017.110110 (Submitted for review 3/2016; Revise/resubmit 04/2016).

Dillman Taylor, D., **Blount, A. J., & **Bloom, Z. (2017). Examination of student outcomes in  play therapy: A qualitative case study design. International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 11(1), Art. 11. DOI: 10.20429/ijsotl.2017.110111 (Submitted for review 04/2016; Accepted 08/2016).

Liu, S., & Carlson. R. G. (2016). Common language effect size for correlations. Manuscript submitted to Organizational Research Methods. Revise and Resubmit

Dillman Taylor, D., Ray, D., & Henson, R. K. (2015). Development and factor structure of the Adlerian Personality Priority Assessment (APPA). Archives of Assessment Psychology, 5(1), 23-36.

Daire, A. P., *Dominguez, V. N., Carlson, R. G., & Case-Pease, J. (2014). Family adjustment measure: Scale construction and validation. Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development, 47(2), 91-101.

Dillman Taylor, D., Bratton, S. C., & Henson, R. K (2019). Confirming the constructs of the Adlerian Personality Priority Assessment (APPA). Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development. 52(3), 191-206. doi.org/10.1080/07481756.2019.1595814 (1.098 Impact Factor, 2017; 15% acceptance rate per editor, 2014)

Dillman Taylor, D., & Mullen, P. (2019). Adlerian personality priority assessment: A psychometric evaluation. Journal of Individual Psychology, 75(2), 122-144. doi.org/10.1353/jip.2019.0011

Dillman Taylor, D., Gungor, A., Blount, A. J., & Mullen, P. (2018). Personality priorities and perceived wellness among counseling trainees. Journal of Individual Psychology, 74(2), 188-206. doi.org/10.1353/jip.2018.0012

Dillman Taylor, D., & Blount, A. (2021, invited). Case study research. In S. Flynn (Ed.)., Research design for the behavioral sciences: An applied approach. New York: Springer Publishing Company.

Carlson, R. G. (Under Review). Research, Grant Writing & Management. In Eds. Okech, J. L. A., & Rubel, D. Counselor Education in the 21st Century: Issues and Experiences. American Counseling Association. Alexandria, VA

Dillman Taylor, D., & Wheeler, N. (submitted; invited). Advancing Adlerian play therapy: Integrating interpersonal neurobiology into the play therapy process. In R. Steen (Ed.)., Emerging research in play therapy, child counseling and consultation. IGI Global.

Young, M. E., & Dillman Taylor, D. (2017). Skills for helping someone who is different. In M. E. Young, Learning the Art of Helping (6th ed.) (pp. 297-314). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.

Carlson, R. G. (2016). Marriage, Couples, & Family Counseling. In Eds. Minton, C. B., Gibson, D. M., & Morris, C. W. (2016) Evaluating Student Learning Outcomes in Counselor Education: Workbook and Applications. American Counseling Association. Alexandria, VA

* Wood, A. W., *Gonzalez, J., & Barden, S. M. (2016). Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for caregivers of cancer survivors. In S. J. Eisendrath (Ed.), Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (pp. 215-227). CA: Springer International.

Dillman Taylor, D. (2015). Five-year-olds. In D. C. Ray (Ed.), A therapist’s guide to child development: The extraordinarily normal years. New York: Routledge

Barden, S. M., Shannonhouse, L., & Mobley, K. (2015). International cultural immersion: Assessing the influence of a group intervention on intercultural sensitivity for counselor trainees. In A. Puig, B. Skudrzyk, J. Monteiro-Leitner, & A. M. Hutchins, (Eds.). Reprinted from a refereed article.

Barden, S. M., & Hagedorn, W. B. (2014). Arab-Americans and substance abuse. In Lee, T. (Eds.), Embracing diversity: Treatment and care in addiction counseling (pp. 79-91). CA: Cognella Academic Publishing.

Bratton, S. C., Dillman Taylor, D., & Akay, S. (2013). Expressive arts in play therapy. In E. Green & A. Drewes (Eds.), Integrating Expressive Arts and Play Therapy: A Guidebook for Mental Health Practitioners and Educators (253-282). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Carlson, R.G. (2013). Assessment Use at a Couples’ Research Institute. In D. Hayes Assessment in counseling: A guide to the use of psychological assessment procedures (5th Ed.). American Counseling Association: Alexandria, VA

Belser, C., & Dillman Taylor, D. (2020, invited). Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. In A. Shillingford & T. Gonzal (Eds.)., Demystifying the DSM: A Tool for School Counseling Students and Practitioners.

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Join us TODAY alongside UCF’s Multicultural Student Center at our workshop “Finding Wellness Within Ourselves & Each Other” at the SJA lounge in the Student Union (SU 207) from 2PM - 3PM!

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Please enjoy this word from our Project Director:

"As we arrive at the end of our first grant year, I want to take a moment to spotlight the incredible team that we have here at the Marriage and Family Research Institutes, Project Harmony. Starting a new project during these challenging times certainly had new trials and tribulations, however this team met every single one with grace and resilience. It was their dedication and fortitude that allowed us to not just meet, but exceed rigorous expectations. The multi-generational impact that is made, provides the motivation for excellence. I am truly honored and humbled to be a part of such a strong, intelligent, and caring team of women.

I am proud of each and every one of them. "
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Our close bonds shape who we are and have a profound impact on our mental health and well-being” states Psychology Today. We encourage you to continue reading this interesting article regarding our attachment styles and how we can address, process, and consider resolutions.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/executive-functioning/202110/the-relationships-shape-us
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