Hosted by Dr. Robert Casares, The Reframe brings you conversations with leaders and legends of the counseling profession, experienced clinicians working in agency and private practice settings, as well as masters- and doctoral-level counseling students. Guests discuss cutting-edge research, share stories about their own professional successes and setbacks, and offer insights and encouragement drawn from a diverse range of professional backgrounds.
My guest is Dr. Ted Remley, Booth-Bricker Endowed Professor of Counseling at the University of Holy Cross in New Orleans and a former Executive Director of the American Counseling Association. A widely recognized expert in the area of ethical and legal issues in counseling, he is licensed to practice law in Virginia and Florida, and licensed to practice counseling in Virginia, Louisiana, and Mississippi. Dr. Remley was instrumental in the legislative effort that resulted in the passage of the first counselor licensure bill in the United States.
Dr. Remley describes his initial struggles with achieving a healthy work life balance, discusses ethical issues that commonly evoke undue fear in counselors, highlights some of his unconventional approaches to teaching and mentorship, and offers insights from his extensive work promoting and teaching counseling throughout the world.
My guest is Dr. Cheryl Mark, Assistant Professor of Counseling at Colorado Christian University and IAMFC’s current Board Member At-Large. She is an EMDR certified counselor, a trained neurofeedback practitioner, and a Board Certified-TeleMental Health Provider. Dr. Mark specializes in treating trauma and working with military personnel and their families.
Dr. Mark discusses her prior work as a domestic violence counselor, shares about the rewarding nature of counseling clients who have experienced trauma, explains how living abroad enhanced her multicultural perspective, highlights the benefits and challenges associated with technology-assisted counseling, and describes her involvement in planning IAMFC’s Annual World Conference.
For more information about IAMFC’s 2019 Conference in New Orleans, visit: http://bit.ly/IAMFC2019CONF
My guest is Dr. Robert L. Smith, Professor and Chair of the Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi and Executive Director of IAMFC. He previously served as the 63rd President of the American Counseling Association and was recognized as an ACA Fellow in 2010.
Dr. Smith recounts his formative educational and clinical experiences, describes the origins and development of IAMFC, shares his vision for the future of the counseling profession, and offers insights and recommendations for successfully completing the dissertation process.
My guest is Dr. Ramya Avadhanam, who recently earned a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision from The College of William & Mary. Over the past seven years, she has provided counseling to individuals, couples, and families in a variety of settings, delivered presentations at national and international conferences, and conducted research in the areas of multiculturalism and systemic practices.
Dr. Avadhanam discusses how mentorship has contributed to her academic, professional, and personal growth, explains her process for respectfully broaching cultural issues with clients, describes her ongoing struggles with perfectionism, and offers tips for maintaining a balanced approach to excelling in a graduate counseling program.
My guest is Dr. Bret Hendricks, Professor, Program Coordinator, and Associate Chair in the Department of Educational Psychology and Leadership at Texas Tech University. He specializes in treating trauma, substance abuse and addiction issues, and has nearly 20 years of experience counseling children, adolescents, and families.
Dr. Hendricks discusses the importance of embracing new professional challenges, describes how his clinical work elevates his teaching and research, shares about the benefits of inviting honest feedback from trusted colleagues, and highlights the evolution of marriage and family counseling ethics.
My guest is Dr. Lee Teufel-Prida, Assistant Program Director and a core faculty member for COUNSELING@NORTHWESTERN. A licensed clinician in both California and Florida, she has nearly 20 years of counseling experience working with children and families in community agencies, juvenile justice facilities, and private practice.
Dr. Teufel-Prida discusses the evolution and benefits of technology-assisted counseling, the importance of prioritizing self-care and ongoing professional development, and offers practical tips for maintaining an active research agenda.
My guest is Dr. Sam Gladding, Professor of Counseling at Wake Forest University, author of over 45 books, and the current President of IAMFC. Dr. Gladding discusses his philosophy of leadership and his vision for the future of IAMFC. He also highlights the benefits of humor and creativity in counseling and recounts fond memories from his over 40 years as a counselor, professor, author, and leader.
Each month, The Reframe will bring you conversations with leaders and legends of the counseling profession, experienced clinicians working in agency and private practice settings, as well as masters- and doctoral-level counseling students.
Join us August 7th, for the next episode of The Reframe!
Host, Robert Casares, will interview Dr. Sam Gladding, Professor in the Department of Counseling at Wake Forest University and the Current President of IAMFC.
If you have a question for Dr. Gladding, you can send it to firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet it to @thereframepod, or leave a voicemail message at 336 – 701– 0485.