Psychology and Counseling Faculty and Staff

Faculty and Staff

 

Alissa Baker, Assistant Professor 

Alissa Baker's Directory Profile

Educational Background

Alissa grew up in Jay, Oklahoma and is a mother of two. She graduated from the psychology undergraduate program at NSU in 2011, and holds a MA in experimental psychology from Fayetteville State University as well as a MS in cognitive psychology from Northwestern University. She is currently a doctoral candidate in cognitive psychology at Northwestern University.

Work Experience

Her research tends toward interdisciplinary topics that allow for collaboration across fields and communities. Her first master’s thesis studied the capacity for the transfer of learning observed motor tasks from either robotic or human teachers, and her second thesis evaluated how political ideologies mediate moral decision making following priming of scientific concepts. Her dissertation investigates the role of culture in the development of ecological cognition, with a special focus on the mechanisms by which Indigenous cultures are recognized to be more adept at teaching complexity and relationality within ecological systems. This work is one element of a larger NSF-funded study that combines community-based Indigenous STEAM curriculum design work and experimental techniques to study the structures of ecological concepts within and between cultures. She is very interested in how culture affects cognition; specifically, how culture and language shape our epistemologies, concepts, and identities. She is a mixed methods researcher with a strong interest in community- and design-based research.

Research Interests

In her free time, Alissa enjoys gardening, cooking, fitness, yoga, horror, art, music, comics/manga, tabletop role-playing games, learning language, travel, and outdoors activities such as kayaking, hiking, and camping.

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Dr. Beth Bowin, Assistant Professor

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Educational Background

  • BS Psychology Oklahoma State University
  • MS Northeastern State University
  • PhD Health Psychology Walden University

Work Experience

Has been and instructor at Northeastern State University after completing her masters in 2004.

Research Interests

Stress reduction and with use of service dogs in courtroom testimonial procedures. Also animal intelligence.

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Dr. Christina Branham, Associate Professor

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Educational Background

Dr. Rothermel Branham earned her master's degree in mental health counseling from Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth, Texas and her doctorate in family therapy from Texas Woman's University in Denton, Texas. Dr. Rothermel Branham is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Texas and a Nationally Certified Counselor. Dr. Rothermel Branham is a Core Faculty member in NSU's CACREP-accredited Counseling program.

Work Experience

Dr. Rothermel Branham has worked extensively in community mental health in large urban, suburban, and rural areas of Texas. While working in community mental health, she worked with various populations such as children and families that have behavioral disorders at home and in the community, at-risk juveniles on probation through Drug Court, families involved with CPS, female batterers intervention, and severely mentally ill adults trying to stay in the community. Dr. Rothermel Branham also had a private practice in Justin, Texas which served suburban and rural communities in need of mental health services. Dr. Rothermel Branham was a volunteer crisis counselor for Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Ike victims. Dr. Branham has also taught at the undergraduate and graduate level at other universities.

Research Interests

Dr. Rothermel Branham's research interests include human sexuality and the family, ethics in counseling with technology, and effective supervision and supervisor training. Dr. Rothermel Branham conducted research on the perceptions of parental communication of sexuality within the family as her dissertation. Dr. Rothermel Branham has presented on this topic at state and international conferences. Aside from her own interests, Dr. Rothermel Branham enjoys mentoring student research and helping students find their own way as researchers. Dr. Rothermel Branham currently serves as a reviewer for the Journal of Scientific Psychology and the Journal of Psychology and the Behavioral Sciences.

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Dr. Steve Byers, Associate Professor

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Educational Background

Dr. Byers received his bachelor's degree in Philosophy and Psychology at the University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma. He then attended the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan where he received his master's degree in Psychology with a concentration in Personality Assessment and Development. He completed a second master's degree and his doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, Colorado.

Work Experience

Dr. Byers worked at an urban Indian health and family services agency in Denver, Colorado as an Indian Child Welfare Program Director and later as the Chief Executive Officer. Dr. Byers has worked in various academic settings as an instructor, faculty member and researcher. His areas of specialization include multicultural mental health, education and empowerment, and cultural resiliency. Dr. Byers is an assistant professor at Northeastern State University in both the undergraduate and graduate programs. He also assists in training professional counselors in the graduate program.

Research Interests

Dr. Byers is now focused on enhancing undergraduate education through his teaching at NSU and assessing the following domains through research and evaluation: diverse students experience in higher education, enhancing experiences and access of diverse persons in higher education, re-evaluation of mental health concepts in relation to culturally different persons and families and multicultural and diversity training in the behavioral sciences.

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Dr. Kurt Thomas Choate, Professor

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Educational Background

Dr. Choate received his B.S. with a double major in Mathematics and Education from the University of Tulsa in 1991. His M.Ed. in School Counseling was granted from Northeastern State University in 1993. In 2003, he received his Ph.D. with honors in School Psychology from Oklahoma State University. Dr. Choate is a certified mathematics teacher, school counselor and school psychologist for the state of Oklahoma. He is also a licensed professional counselor in the state of Oklahoma. He is currently pursuing licensure as a psychologist in the state of Oklahoma.

Work Experience

Dr. Choate began his career as a public school teacher in Tulsa Public Schools before becoming a counselor-in-training at Brookhaven Hospital in Tulsa, OK, working with Traumatic Brain Injured adolescents and adults. After receiving his master's degree, Dr. Choate was employed at Northern Oklahoma Resource Center in Enid, OK where he worked with individuals with a dual diagnosis of mental illness and mental retardation. During this time, Dr. Choate was an adjunct instructor for Northern Oklahoma College and Northwestern Oklahoma State University. After returning to his doctoral studies, Dr. Choate provided school psychological services at Broken Arrow Public Schools and at the Oklahoma State University Reading and Math Clinic. As a postdoctoral fellow, Dr. Choate worked at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia as a public school consultant and in the hospital's ADHD clinic. Returning to San Antonio, TX, Dr. Choate led the development for several nationally standardized test instruments through Pearson/Harcourt Assessment/The Psychological Corporation and taught at St. Mary's University. Returning to Tulsa, OK, Dr. Choate is currently an Assistant Professor of Psychology and Counseling at the Northeastern State University Broken Arrow (NSU-BA) campus. He spends his time teaching in the Psychology and Counseling department, working as a consultant in the Reading and Math clinic, consulting with area public schools, and counseling at the Dennis R. Neil Equality Center.

Research Interests

Dr. Choate has several research interests that include test development and assessment, consultation with teachers, parents and schools concerning academic and behavioral interventions with students, gender roles, human sexuality, and labeling bias/discrimination.

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Dr. Paul Cooper, Professor

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Educational Background

Dr. Cooper earned his doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Oklahoma State University in 1996. He is a Licensed Psychologist and Health Service Provider in the State of Oklahoma. He is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor. Dr. Cooper is a Core Faculty member in NSU's CACREP-accredited Counseling program.

Work Experience

Dr. Cooper has 25 years of experience working with mental health inpatient and correctional populations. He has worked with children, adolescents and adults in a variety of clinical situations. Dr. Cooper came to NSU in January of 2009 as a full-time faculty. Prior to this he was the Coordinator of Psychology and Graduate Studies at Langston University-Tulsa. He began teaching in 1992 at OSU while he was a Doctoral Candidate. Dr. Cooper currently serves as a Consultant to the Office of Juvenile Affairs for the State of Oklahoma focusing on the treatment and rehabilitation of youthful offenders.

Research Interests

Dr. Cooper's research interests have focused on practical applications of theory in therapy. He has presented his research at a number of state and national conferences. Presentations include: Play therapy approaches to child group therapy, recruiting and retention of multi-cultural students in graduate school, treatment of Axis II disorders in community mental health, psychoanalytic approaches to child therapy, and provision of treatment to juvenile sex-offenders. His current focus is on reducing resistance in therapy and the use of evocative techniques in therapy.

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Dr. Steve Grissom, Instructor

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Educational Background

  • B.S.E.- Missouri Southern State College
  • Ph.D.- Oklahoma State University

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Dr. Ashalee C. Hurst, Assistant Professor

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Educational Background

  • Texas Tech University (2018) Ph. D. in Experimental - Social Psychology
  • University of Central Oklahoma (2011) M.A. in Experimental Psychology
  • University of Central Oklahoma (2009) B.A. in Psychology

Work Experience

Dr. Hurst began her teaching career as graduate student at Texas Tech University. In Fall 2018, Dr. Hurst joined Northeastern State University as an Assistant Professor of Psychology and Counseling. She has taught courses in Social Psychology, Close Relationships, Personality Psychology, Introductory Psychology, Human Sexuality, Positive Psychology, and Theories of Learning.

Research Interests

Dr. Hurst's research primarily focuses on women's aggression against other women. Currently, she is testing how both biological factors (e.g., the ovulatory cycle) and social factors (e.g., family history, scarcity of resources) relate to aggressive behavior. In another line of research, Dr. Hurst is testing how a man's muscularity interacts with trait judgments (e.g., dominance) to influence women's ratings of his physical attractiveness.

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Dr. Yungfei Kao, Professor

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Educational Background

Dr. Kao received her master's degree as well as her doctorate in Cognitive Psychology in 1990 from the University of Nevada at Reno.

Work Experience

Dr. Kao's teaching career started during graduate school years before earning her doctorate, and she has taught at Northeastern State University since 1990.

Research Interests

Dr. Kao has published a text book in Psychological Statistics in 2001 while her research interests focus on Memory and Cognition. Papers presented in professional conferences concern areas in semantic memory, automatic processing, word perception and color perception. Currently Dr. Kao is most interested in research on thought processes in the state of meditation and the conscious mind.

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Dr. Elizabeth (Bea) Keller-Dupree, Professor

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Educational Background

Dr. Keller-Dupree received her master's degree in counseling in 2008 from Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri and her doctorate in Counselor Education in 2011 from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Dr. Keller-Dupree is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Nationally Certified Counselor, and pk-12 certified School Counselor. Dr. Keller-Dupree is a Core Faculty member in NSU's CACREP-accredited Counseling program.

Work Experience

Dr. Keller-Dupree has counseled and consulted in various school settings in Missouri, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. Additionally, she has counseled individuals, groups, and couples/families in clinical mental health agencies in Oklahoma and currently owns and runs a private practice for counseling and consultation services in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She began her teaching career at the University of Arkansas in 2008 and has taught a variety of psychology and counseling undergraduate and graduate courses. She has also supervised students in international study abroad experiences in North Ireland and Belize.

Research Interests

Dr. Keller-Dupree studies prosocial development, including empathy, wellness/well-being, and experiential education within counselor training. She has presented at numerous local, state, national, regional, national, and international conferences, including most recently at the Health, Wellness, and Society international conference in Madrid, Spain in 2015.

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Dr. J. Mark Kirk, Associate Professor, Department Chair

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Educational Background

Dr. Kirk received his Bachelor of Science in Social Science from Rogers State University in Claremore, Oklahoma in May 2014, His Master of Human Relations was conferred by the University of Oklahoma in May 2016 and he received his PhD from Oklahoma State University in Educational Psychology with an emphasis on Research and Statistics in May 2012.

Work Experience

Dr. Kirk's interest in counseling came when he was a firefighter with the Tulsa Fire Department. As a first responder to the Murrah Building bombing in Oklahoma City he received post incident counseling. Seeing an opportunity to help others, Dr. Kirk obtained the required education and is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor and Behavioral Health Professional. He has worked in private clinics, not-for-profit agencies as a program counselor, clinical supervisor and criminal justice system liaison. Dr. Kirk was Coordinator for the Tulsa County Drug Court Program for 4 years before becoming a full time educator at Rogers State University in 2010. At Rogers State Dr. Kirk taught in the Psychology and Community Counseling program and was also was a member of the Critical Incident Response team and Advisor for Psi Chi and the Community Counseling and Psychology Students Association. He began teaching at NSU for the graduate degree in counseling program in August 2015. A counselor educator must keep clinical skills sharp and stay abreast of current ODMHSAS requirements. To that end, Dr. Kirk, with two partner clinicians, opened an agency, Therapeutic Life Choices, which provided outreach, education, case management and counseling in the Tulsa area. An office in the Tahlequah area is planned for 2016.

Research Interests

Dr. Kirk has presented and gave seminars at regional, national and international conferences. Dr. Kirk has received awards from the Society for Applied Multivariate Research (2013, 2014) and the International Society for the Study of Subjectivity (2010) for his work examining substance abuse treatment outcomes and measuring psychological constructs such as motivation and self-determination as a product of treatment. In addition to behavioral health treatment research Dr. Kirk is interested in the impact of technology on the physical, psychological and social domains of the individual. Current projects include a factor analysis of an internet infidelity scale, the impact social media usage on face-to-face interactions and measuring psychological reactance in individuals with differing levels of Native American heritage. Projects in preparation for the IRB include a program evaluation of educational interventions to increase nationalism and promote community policing in Guatemala. Finally a mixed measure project to investigate and how Western culture and Capitalism have changed the indigenous culture in Belize is in preparation.

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Dr. Cheri Mays, Assistant Professor

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Educational Background

Dr. Mays earned a Bachelor of Sciences (BS) in Foreign Language Education from Abilene Christian University, a Master of Sciences (MS) in Community Counseling from Oklahoma State University, and a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Counselor Education and Supervision from Oregon State University (CACREP Accredited). She is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor in the state of Oklahoma, Nationally Certified Counselor, and Certified Domestic Violence Counselor. Dr. Mays is a Core Faculty member in NSU's CACREP-accredited Counseling program.

Work Experience

As a counselor, Dr. Mays has worked in community mental health, private practice, and in-patient behavioral health settings serving individuals, couples, families, and groups in Oklahoma. Dr. Mays's clinical experience includes domestic violence outpatient counseling, children’s in-patient counseling, children’s physical and sexual abuse outpatient counseling, volunteer counselor for survivors of sex trafficking, and home-based counseling. Dr. Mays has also taught at the undergraduate and graduate levels at other universities in psychology and counseling.

Research Interests

Dr. Mays's current research interests include counseling sex trafficking survivors, counselors-in-training self-efficacy development, refugee crisis, and social justice in the counseling profession.

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Dr. Beth Melles, Assistant Professor

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Educational Background

Dr. Melles earned her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma. She completed her MA in Counseling from New Mexico State University, and her BA with a double major in Psychology and English from the University of Mary-Hardin Baylor.

Work Experience

Dr. Melles has experience in a variety of mental health settings, including university counseling centers, community mental health agencies, and schools. She has a passion for working with the LGBTQ community and international students. She has taught psychology courses at the University of Oklahoma prior to teaching at Northeastern State University.

Research Interests

Dr. Melles has a range of research interests, many of which are focused on multiculturalism and diversity. Much of her work has focused on the experience of liminality, whether that of Third-Culture Kids (individuals who have grown up in a culture other than that of their parents ), immigrants, or the transgender and gender-fluid community. Some of her future research interests include the process of gender transition and the development of multicultural awareness and sensitivity.

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Dr. Alexandra Meyers-Ellett, Assistant Professor

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Educational Background

Dr. Meyers-Ellett earned her master’s degree in 2014 in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and is an alumni of Northeastern State University. She went on to receive her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision in 2019 from the University of Arkansas. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor in the state of Oklahoma and a nationally Registered Play Therapist. Dr. Meyers-Ellett is a Core faculty member in the CACREP-accredited Counseling program at NSU.

Work Experience

Since entering the mental health field in 2008, Dr. Meyers-Ellett has worked with those suffering from severe mental illness in both inpatient psychiatric hospitals and outpatient mental health agencies. Dr. Meyers-Ellett has specialized training counseling children and adolescents and working with eating disorder issues. She currently has her own private counseling practice in Tulsa, OK that is primarily focused on counseling young adults, children, and teens struggling with anxiety, eating disorders, and OCD.

Research Interests

Dr. Meyers-Ellett's research interests include exploring best practices and student preparedness in the field of Counselor Education. Her dissertation research examined the lived experiences of master’s-level counseling students in an experiential process group. She is also interested in the efficacy of using play techniques in the treatment of anxiety and eating disorders in young people. Additionally, Dr. Meyers-Ellett enjoys promoting education and advocacy of eating disorder issues through scholarly presentation on eating disorder awareness, body image issues, and effective counseling interventions.

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Dr. Kenny Paris, Professor and Mental Health Emphasis Chair

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Educational Background

Dr. Paris earned a bachelor's degree in Psychology/Sociology from East Central University; master's degree in Psychological Services; and a doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Paris is licensed as a psychologist in the state of Oklahoma. Dr. Paris is a Core Faculty member in NSU's CACREP-accredited Counseling program.

Work Experience

Dr. Paris began his first professional job at NorthCare Center in Oklahoma City, OK, working as a case manager. The immediate need for an additional counselor led to Dr. Paris being promoted to a therapist's position. Dr. Paris taught as an adjunct instructor at Rose State College. He completed his pre-doctoral internship at Texas Woman's University. Upon completing his doctorate in 1996, Dr. Paris accepted a position at Northeastern State University in the Department of Psychology and Counseling.

Research Interests

Dr. Paris' research agenda involves encouraging and assisting students in gaining experience in conducting research. He has sponsored many projects for both undergraduate and graduate students over the years. Many of these projects have been presented at state, regional, and national conferences. The topics have been as varied as the students completing them. Rewardingly, Dr. Paris has seen many of his former research students go on to complete their own Ph.D.'s.

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Dr. Michael Paz, Assistant Professor

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Educational Background

Dr. Paz earned his master's and doctoral degrees in counseling from the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas. Dr. Paz is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Texas. Dr. Paz is a Core Faculty member in NSU's CACREP-accredited Counseling program.

Work Experience

Dr. Paz has worked in a variety of clinical settings, with clients across the life span, and who were from diverse backgrounds. As a bilingual counselor, Dr. Paz worked with Latinx clients in schools, detention centers, and community agencies. Dr. Paz is well versed in Child Centered Play Therapy and worked primarily at Title I elementary schools. Dr. Paz facilitated counseling sessions in Spanish for undocumented children and adolescent minors escaping the perilous situation from the countries in the Northern Triangle of Central America. Dr. Paz facilitated individual, family, and group counseling for adolescents and their parents who were involved with the juvenile justice system. Dr. Paz worked at a non-profit counseling agency where he facilitated counseling sessions for veterans and their families as well as for other members of the community.

Research Interests

Dr. Paz's research focused on the influence of language use in bilingual counseling. Dr. Paz’s dissertation described the experience of language use for second generation, bilingual, Mexican American, 5th grade students. Dr. Paz is also interested in transpersonal counseling and eco-therapy. 

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Dr. April Phillips, Professor

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Educational Background

Dr. Phillips earned a bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma in 1994. She then went on to earn a master's degree in Experimental Psychology from the University of Central Oklahoma in 2000, and a doctorate in Social Psychology from the University of Oklahoma in 2005. She is trained in Experimental, Social, and Evolutionary psychology.

Work Experience

Before taking her current position at Northeastern State University, Dr. Phillips was an associate professor of psychology at Columbus State University in Columbus, Georgia. She has taught courses in Social Psychology, Research Methods and Statistics, Evolutionary Psychology and Introductory Psychology.

Research Interests

Dr. Phillips' research interests combine traditional social psychology with the newly emerging field of evolutionary psychology. Her main research interests involve the formation, maintenance and repair of close relationships. Specifically, she has investigated how individuals process and deal with interpersonal transgressions ranging from mild offenses to more severe ones. In addition, her research has also examined the processes and motivations driving mate selection and retention. She is currently investigating the influence of an offender's mate value on willingness to forgive an interpersonal offense.

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Dr. TJ Schoonover, Assistant Professor

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Educational Background

Dr. Schoonover graduated with his Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Northern Illinois University in Spring 2014. Then he continued his education and graduated with his Master’s degree in Counseling from Northern Illinois University in Spring 2017. He returned to school in Fall 2018 at the University of Arkansas to obtain his PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision. During his PhD program he added on the School Counseling licensure requirements to obtain his license as a Professional School Counselor. He graduated in Summer 2021 from the University of Arkansas with his PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision. Dr. Schoonover is a Core Faculty member in NSU’s CACREP-accredited Counseling program.

Work Experience

Dr. Schoonover worked for over a year at a community-based counseling agency in Northern Illinois primarily working with children and adolescents, and some adults. In addition to this he worked at another agency for over a year working with adults. He has also worked with children under the age of 10 utilizing play therapy to address their presenting concerns. In the academic setting he has taught multiple graduate and undergraduate courses in Counseling and Psychology.

Research Interests

Dr. Schoonover’s research interests focus on play therapy, children who have experienced trauma, theory development of counselors, and creative counseling interventions for children. 

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Dr. Mary Waters-Bilbo, Associate Professor

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Educational Background

Dr. Waters-Bilbo earned her undergraduate degree from Rutgers University in Spanish/English, secondary education. She was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa in her senior year of college. Dr. Waters then went on to pursue a Master's degree in counseling from Rider University in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. Finally, Dr. Waters pursued a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership from Oklahoma State University where her cognate area was Educational Psychology.

Work Experience

Dr. Waters worked for fifteen years as a school counselor at the elementary, middle and high school levels. Additionally, she assumed a district leadership role with responsibility for coordinating the services of elementary school counselors. Dr. Waters led the team that wrote the school counseling evaluation rubric that has been adopted by the majority of school districts in Oklahoma. In addition, Dr. Waters earned her LPC credential by working as a contract therapist at the Tristesse Center, a grief counseling agency.

Research Interests

Dr. Waters is interested in the social justice role of school counselors. She is promoting the use of data among school counselors to show how school counselors can positively affect the elimination of the achievement gap. She will be advancing that work in her role as the President-Elect of the Oklahoma School Counseling Association.

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Dr. Taka Yamaguchi, Associate Professor

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Educational Background

Dr. Yamaguchi received his master's degree in psychology with clinical emphasis from the University of Central Missouri in 2005 and his doctorate in Experimental Psychology from the University of Nevada Reno in 2008. He completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Northern Michigan University in 2009.

Work Experience

Dr. Yamaguchi began his career as an adjunct instructor at the University of Nevada Reno and Truckee Meadows Community College while pursuing his doctoral degree. At Northern Michigan University, he taught variety of courses and led research projects involving undergraduate students. He and his students presented their works at national conferences.

Research Interests

Dr. Yamaguchi's research background includes detecting malingered cognitive impairment, face perception, hemispheric differences, time perception, and emotions. He has presented his research results at meetings of the American Psychological Association, the Association for Psychological Science, and the Society for Neuroscience. He is currently working with undergraduate and graduate students on multiple research projects, including face perception and social categorization.

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