Adjunct Assistant Professor College of Health and Education, School of Counseling […]
Department: School of Counseling
Administrative Assistant School of Counseling […]
Chia-Min (Jamie) Ho
Dr. Jamie Ho is an assistant professor in the School of Counseling at Marymount University. She received her Ph.D. in Counselor Education at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. Earning her previous counseling degrees in Taiwan, Dr. Ho has provided bilingual counseling to adolescents and adults in various settings. In addition, she utilizes humanistic and expressive approaches to facilitate clients’ growth and wellness.
Dr. Ho’s research agenda focuses on empathy and social justice in counselor preparation. Overall, she is pursuing two major goals: (a) investigating how individuals’ internal empathy process and external expression impact counseling relationships, and (b) amplifying the voices of historically marginalized populations to thicken narratives of the underrepresented experiences. For her doctoral dissertation, she developed a theoretical framework to study factors contributing to counselors’ empathy in the counseling process. Additionally, her research team was awarded a research grant for racial disparity from Association for Assessment and Research in Counseling.
Dr. Ho is an active member of the counseling profession. She served as a reader consultant for the CACREP and an editorial assistant for the Journal of College Counseling. In recognition of her involvement in the profession, Dr. Ho received the Outstanding Doctoral Student Award from the Texas Association for Counselor Education and Supervision. She is currently an Emerging Leader for the Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision.
Research and Evaluation; Counseling for Individuals
Empathy, Social Justice, Counselor Preparation
Samuels, A. M., & Ho, C.-M. (2021). Anti-racism in clinical supervision: Considerations for supervisors of counselors-in-Training. SACES Spring 2021 Newsletter, 31-33. http://saces.wildapricot.org/resources/Documents/SACES%20Spring%202021%20Newsletter%20Final.pdf Lenz, A. S., Ho, C.-M., Rocha, L., & Aras, Y. (2021). Reliability generalization of scores on the Posttraumatic Growth Inventory. Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development 54(2), 106-119. https://doi.org/10.1080/07481756.2020.1747940 Watson, J. C., Ho, C.-M., & Boham, M. (2021). Advancing the counseling profession through intervention research. Journal of Counseling and Development, 99(2), 134-144. https://doi.org/10.1002/jcad.12361 […]
Chanel S. Rodriguez
B.S. in Psychology, University of Central Florida M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Georgia State University PhD in Counseling & Counselor Education, University of North Carolina at Greensboro LCMHCA (NC) National Certified Counselor (NCC)
Chanel S. Rodriguez (she/her/hers), PhD, LCMHCA, NCC, is an Assistant Professor in the School of Counseling at Marymount University.
As a Cuban-Iranian woman & a child of immigrants, much of her own & her family’s experiences & culture have led her to the work she does currently. She is a counselor educator of color that works predominantly with children, adolescents, & their families that are asylum seekers, refugees, immigrants, & first-generation born in the United States (providing English & Spanish services). As a scholar, her interests involve multiculturalism in counseling, intersectionality, complex trauma, acculturation, and the mental health of immigrants, refugees, and asylum-seeking youth & their families.
Cultural humility, equity, diversity, inclusion, empowerment, and a multicultural lens are essential to positive and effective learning through her strong commitment to teaching. Her pedagogy is engaged, adapted, and intersectional to meet the needs of all students. Dr. Rodriguez also enjoys being a mentor to her students inside & outside the classroom.
Multicultural Counseling, Children & Adolescents, Ethics, Diagnosis
complex trauma, multiculturalism, acculturation, activism & social justice, mental health of asylum seekers, immigrants, & refugee youth & their families, & Intersectionality Theory
Rodriguez, C. S., & Smith, A. D. (2021). Terapia Filial: Filial Therapy with Hispanic and Latinx Clients. The Family Journal. […]
Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D); License Professional Counselor (Virginia and Maryland)
Dr. Logan has 23 years in the mental health field holding a variety of positions to include therapist (within public and private sectors), clinical director, resource supervisor, rehabilitation specialist, home-based counselor, and social worker. I also own/operate a private mental health practice for the last 14 years. These varied positions have allowed me to treat and encounter an array of mental health disorders and situations. My professional journey over the years has shown me that regardless of the psychological symptoms that a person may present with, everyone wants to be genuinely listened to and acknowledged, helping them become more comfortable embarking on this personal journey.
B.S. in Psychology (Central Michigan University); M.A. in Counseling (Central Michigan University); Ph.D. Counselor Education and Supervision (Wayne State University, Candidate)
Mr. Brandon Keene-Orton received his Bachelor of Science in Psychology, as well as his Master of Arts in Counseling, from Central Michigan University. He is currently a Ph.D. Candidate at Wayne State University, completing his dissertation on distance-learning instructional modalities in counseling.
Brandon is a Michigan native, where he continues to serve Flint, MI., as a counselor and consultant and brings several years of clinical mental health and supervision experience to Marymount University. His clinical experience consists of serving kids, teens, adults, and couples in community mental health and private practice settings. Brandon has served as an Interim Clinical Supervisor and Adjunct Instructor since 2018. He continues to stay involved in the counseling profession through membership and service through ACA; ACES; NCACES; ACSSW; AMCD; AARC; CSI, MCA; and MACES.
Career Development Counseling; Theories in Counseling; Crisis and Trauma; Counseling Skills; Practicum; Internship; Consultation in Counseling; Advanced Diagnosis; Psychopathology
Mentorship; Instructional modalities; Counseling student development; Cultural competence; Game-based learning
Pietrantoni, Z., Hennig, J., Schindelar, L., Totten, J., & Keene-Orton, B. R. (2019). Game-based learning in counselor education: Strategies for counselor training. Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision, 12(2). […]
Visiting Assistant Professor College of Health and Education, School of Counseling […]
Tracy G. Bushkoff, EdD, is a Licensed Professional Counselor and management consultant and has maintained a private practice in Arlington, Virginia since 1990. Dr. Bushkoff is an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS) and a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC). As Adjunct Professor at Marymount University, Dr. Bushkoff teaches in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program and has taught Clinical Mental Health practicum and internship classes; Advanced Theories and Techniques; Multicultural Counseling, and the Counseling Interview Skills course. As a management consultant, Dr. Bushkoff provides personality testing and consultation for businesses making new hires. As a practitioner, Dr. Bushkoff works with a variety of mental health concerns to include identity issues, psychosocial acceptance of disabilities, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, divorce, chronic illness, and career challenges. In addition to her private practice work, Dr. Bushkoff provides both individual and group supervision for individuals pursuing licensure as a professional counselor in Virginia.
Dr. Frank Burtnett is a counselor, educator, consultant, and author whose career has been dedicated to educational and career development issues, as well as service to the profession through management roles in professional counseling organizations.
He served as the Executive Director of the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC), Associate Executive Director and other professional roles with the American Counseling Association (ACA), and as President and Principal Investigator at Education Now, an independent consulting firm specializing in human resource, career, and educational development matters. Early in his career, he was a teacher, counselor, and student services administrator with the Fairfax County, Virginia Schools and consultant with the Pennsylvania Department of Education. He has served as an adjunct professor in counselor education at Marymount University since 2006.
His most recent publication include Career Errors: Straight Talk about the Steps and Missteps of Career Development, Bound for Career Guidebook, and Bound for College Guidebook, each published by Rowman & Littlefield. Frank earned the Bachelor of Science degree in Education at Shippensburg University and the Master of Arts and Doctor of Education degrees in Counseling at George Washington University. […]
Dr. Lillian Walker Shelton is originally from Philadelphia. While living there she obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from St. Joseph’s University. Dr. Walker Shelton has a Master’s degree from Trinity Washington University in Community Mental Health Counseling. After receiving her Master’s degree, Dr. Walker Shelton worked in Community Mental Health and private practice. In 2018, Dr. Walker Shelton received her doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision from Marymount University. Dr. Walker Shelton currently teaches counseling classes at Trinity and Marymount. She also has a small private practice in Silver Spring, MD. […]