Three graduate students from the Reap College of Education and Human Development at Marywood University presented their thesis research studies in Clinical Psychology at the 40th Annual Convention of the Pennsylvania Counseling Association on October 25-26 in State College, Pa. In addition, two assistant professors will present research in their related areas of scholarly inquiry. All research projects relate to counseling and psychotherapy, advancing knowledge of diverse clients, counselor trainees, and practicing counselors.
- Dr. Shamshad Ahmed's -Muslim Women Identity Model.
- Dr. Janet Muse-Burke's- Evaluating Counselor Trainee Needs in Supervision: Current Research and Future Directions.
- Suzi Azab's- The Differences in Stress Levels and Coping Mechanisms Utilized by Christian and Muslim Egyptian Immigrants.
- Melissa Gonska's - Implicit Stereotyping and Its Relationship to Voice Ethnicity: How Cultural Differences May Influence Counselors' Reactions to Clients.
- Kelly Richards' - The Relationship between Self-Care and Well-Being in Mental Health Professionals: The Mediating Effect of Mindfulness.
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