Dr. Lisa D Hawley
Associate Professor & Chair, Department of Counseling
Office: 435F Pawley Hall
Phone: (248) 370-2841
Introduction to Counseling,
Techniques in Counseling,
Advanced Group Counseling,
I enjoy working with students and advocating for the counseling profession.
Group and Techniques Training,
Socioeconomic Issues and Mental Health,
Qualitative Research Methods,
Professional Identity and Advocacy,
BA Psychology, University of Dayton
M.ED. Community Counseling, Kent State University
Ph.D. Counselor Education, University of South Carolina
Calley, N.G. & Hawley, L.D. (2008). The professional identity of counselor educators. The
Clinical Supervisor, 37, 3-16.
Hawley, L.D. (2006). Reflecting teams and microcounseling in beginning counselor training: Practice in collaboration. The Journal of Humanistic Education and Development, 45, 198.
Hall, J., & Hawley, L.D. (2004). Interactive process notes: An innovative tool in counseling
groups. The Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 29, 193-205.
Bhargava, A., Hawley, L.D., Scott, C, Stein, M., & Phelps, A. (2004). An investigation of students’ perceptions of multicultural education experiences in a School of Education. Multicultural Education 11, 18-22.
Cox, J., Banez, L., Hawley, L.D., & Mostade, J. (June, 2003). Use of the reflecting team process in the training of group workers. The Journal for Specialists in Group
Hawley, L.D. (2001). Impact of socioeconomic status on family and career. Career Planning and Adult Development Journal 17, 106-114.
Gold, J. S., & Hawley, L. D. (2001). A study of the gender role orientations of beginning counselors. The Journal of Humanistic Education and Development 40, 200-207.
Rotter, J. C., & Hawley, L. D. (1998). Therapeutic approaches with immigrant families. The Family Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families, 6, 219-222.
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