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Oklahoma State University

Counseling Psychology Faculty

Dr. Tom BerryTom Berry, Ph.D.
Counseling Psychology, University of Missouri-Columbia
Clinical Associate Professor
Counseling and Counseling Psychology Clinic Director
Co-Training Director

Professional Interest: Schema Therapy and Internal Family Systems Therapy; self-compassion and trust, stress management and relaxation, career exploration, group therapy, issues concerning sexuality and gender including men's issues, training and supervision, college and university counseling centers, college student retention and structural equation modeling
 

Al Carlozzi, Ed.D.
Counseling, University of Houston
Professor OSU – Tulsa
OSU – Tulsa Counseling Center Director
Area Coordinator

Professional Interest: Empathy, Universal-Diverse Orientation, Ethics, Clinical Supervision, Hope and Resiliency, Couples and Family Therapy, and Counseling GLBTQ Clients
 

Dr. Hugh CretharHugh Crethar, Ph.D.
Counseling Psychology, University of Oklahoma
Associate Professor and Jacques Flannery Community Counseling Professor
CPSY Area Coordinator

Professional Interest: Multicultural Counseling, Social Justice, Gender, Sex, Relational and Sexual/Affectional Orientation (LGBTQI Issues), Language in Counseling, Empowerment and Advocacy, Wellness Promotion, Counselor and Counseling Psychologist Training & Sports Psychology.

 

Dr. Tonya HammerTonya Hammer, Ph.D.
Counselor Education and Supervision, St. Mary's University
Assistant Professor OSU – Tulsa
CACREP Liaison
Dr. Hammer's Research Web Page

 

Professional Interest: Relational-Cultural Theory, Controlling images, Body Image,  Intersection of Gender and Sexual/Affectional Orientation, Humiliation Studies, Mentoring, Organizational Bullying, Counselor Training and Professional Development

 

Sue Jacobs, Ph.D.
Counseling Psychology, University of Southern Mississippi
Professor
Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) in Psychology Director

Professional Interest: Multicultural & International Issues, Social Justice, LGBTQQI, Women. Older Adults. American Indians, Ethics and Professional Issues, Health disparities, “Bullying”,  Health Psychology, Difficult Dialogues. Ledbetter Lemon Counseling Psychology Diversity Professor
 

Julie Koch, Ph.D.
Counseling Psychology, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Associate Professor
interim SAHEP School Head
Vita

Professional Interest: Counselor Training, Prevention, School Counseling, Social Justice, and Multicultural (Sexual Orientation, Gender/trans*, Race/Ethnicity,  and Immigrant) Counseling
 

Dr. Hang-Shim LeeHang-Shim Lee, Ph.D.
Counseling Psychology, University of Missouri-Columbia
Assistant Professor

Professional Interest: STEM studies, Multicultural Vocational Psychology, Women and international students’ career development, Positive Psychology
Dr. Lee's Research Web Page      Vita

 

Dr. Valerie McGahaValerie McGaha, Ph.D.
Educational Psychology, Texas Tech University
Associate Professor OSU – Tulsa

Professional Interest: At-risk Adolescents, Substance Abuse Treatment, Multicultural and Cross-Cultural  Counseling, Suicide Prevention and Intervention, Diversity and Inclusion,  and Court Mandated Effective Interventions

 

 

Dean John RomansJohn Romans, Ph.D.
Counseling Psychology, University of Kansas
Professor
Dean

Professional Interest: Stalking and interpersonal violence, Clinical Supervision, and Technology Issues in Counseling

 

 

Dr. Diane Stutey

Diane Stutey, Ph.D.
Counseling Psychology, University of Northern Colorado
Assistant Professor

Professional Interest: Play Therapy, Grief and Loss, Suicide Prevention, Sibling Abuse, and Teen Dating Violence

 

 

 

Carrie Winterowd, Ph.D.

Counseling Psychology, University of Kansas
Professor

Professional Interest: Self-compassion, Mindfulness-based Interventions, Anger, Attachment, Core Beliefs/Self-Schemas, Native American  Resilience, LGBTQ, and Multiculturalism and Social Justice