1 Joseph Shannon Hodges, Ph.D., LMHC, NCC Associate Professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling / Director of Clinical Training Department of Applied Psychology Antioch University New England Keene, NH Education and Degrees Ph.D., Counseling, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. Conferred June, 1995 Minor: Psychology. Focus: Higher Education (Counselor Education is a CACREP accredited program) Certificate: Trauma Counseling, School of Social Work, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY. Certificate awarded March M.S., Community Counseling, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. Conferred June (CACREP Accredited program) Graduate Study, Interdisciplinary Studies, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. Focus areas: Education, Political Science and English B.A., English, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR. Conferred May 1983 Licensure/Certifications/Advanced trainings: L.M.H.C., Licensed Mental Health Counselor (New York, NYS #000103) N.C.C., Nationally Certified Counselor (National Board of Certified Counselors; NBCC #49347) New York State Certified Mediator- Trained at Niagara University, NY (2006); (Previous Mediation Training through the University of Minnesota s Hubert H. Humphrey Center, Minneapolis, MN, 1997) Certified Mental Health Investigator Training, Oregon (for court hearings regarding involuntary commitments to psychiatric centers). October Certified SASSI Evaluator (Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory). Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Training intensive, Chicago, IL. February 1996 Narrative Therapy, Training intensive, Burlington, VT. April 1997 Teaching Experience Summary: 18 years total, including graduate, undergraduate (university/college and community college) and high school students. Extensive experience training Mental Health Counselors and School Counselors in Counselor Education programs. College teaching experience in depts.: counselor education (grad.), psychology (undergrad.), higher education (undergrad.), and liberal studies (grad.). Experienced teaching in an accredited alternative school (Oregon, 1989, summers: 1993, 1994, 1995) and in the supervision of professional counselors, social workers, practicum and internship students (graduate and undergraduate). Chair: Dept. of Educational Leadership & Counseling ( ), Coordinator of a Mental Health Counseling program ( ), and editorial board member of several academic journals. Visiting Counselor Education Scholar, School of Medicine, University of Notre Dame- Australia. More than 10 years experience in teaching and supervising graduate students in Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling in the classroom and on practicum and
2 internship. Teaching and Supervision Style: Social Constructivist Counseling Experience Summary: 16 years total, including community mental health, college and university settings, residential psychiatric and in public alternative school settings (Oregon and New York). Expertise in personal, career, academic, couples, families, groups and addictions counseling. Experienced in educational, clinical and voc. /career testing and advising. Extensive clinical supervisory background in community and university settings. Former Clinical Director of a county mental health clinic (in Oregon) and former Director of a university counseling center (in Minnesota). Experienced in court testimony for Psychiatric Commitments and child custody cases. Significant experience counseling and advising international and multicultural populations. Experience supervising counselors and other mental health professionals in clinical settings. Served as a vocational counselor in a large human services agency and extensive experience in providing career counseling, resume writing, and interviewing skills in higher education and public agencies. Consultant to numerous K-12 schools on providing counseling services and school violence prevention. Several years experience in training and advising peer helping organizations. Theoretical Approach to Counseling: Cognitive Behavioral/Solution Focused approach Student Affairs Experience: 10 years supervising collegiate living groups including residence halls, cooperative houses, and fraternity houses. Director of a university counseling center and seven years college counseling experience (personal, academic, and career counseling), staff counselor at three university counseling centers, four years experience in a student activities center with significant experience advising international students and diverse cultural organizations, three years serving on student judicial boards, seven years providing mediation services to student organizations, students roommates, and student couples. Worked in freshman orientation (University of Arkansas) and assisted with various peer helping/mentoring student organizations. Three years as editor of the Oregon State University Guide to Student Life, an award winning student affairs publication at Oregon State University. Responsible for numerous presentations and workshops to student organizations, student leaders, and to cultural and international student organizations. Created the student development transcript program and codeveloper of a student leadership program (The SAC Lunch Program) at Oregon State University. Residence Hall Director at International House, 170 student residence hall with undergraduate and graduate students from 27 countries. Scholarship summary: Author of numerous publications in national and international journals, author of books, book chapters, and essays in leading regional, national and international publications. Over 10 years experience serving on editorial boards of scholarly journals. See Editorial Review Board section (below) and Publications section of CV for a complete list. Editorial Review/Advisory Boards Editorial Review Board, Journal of Counseling & Development (Term: July 1, June 30, 2007)
3 Editorial Review Board, Journal of College Counseling (Founding Editorial Board member- Term Summer 1998-Summer 2008) Editorial Review Board, Journal of Mental Health Counseling (Term current) Editorial Review Board, Journal of Counseling & Values (Term Summer 2008-Summer 2011) Editorial Advisory Board, Counseling Today (Term Spring ). Editorial Advisory Board, ACA Publications Review book & DVD proposals. (Term 2002-current) Teaching experience/types of Institutions: Includes high school, alternative school, community college, undergraduates at four-year institutions, public and private, graduate students at large and small universities, and international teaching/training experience. Courses taught: (Various institutions) Graduate: Family Counseling, Career Counseling, Counseling Techniques, Death & Dying, Psychology & Spirituality, Assessment in Counseling, Psychological Testing, Counseling Theories, Lifespan Development, Group Counseling, School Counseling Practicum and Internship, Abnormal Psychology, Mental Health Counseling Practicum and Internship, Mediation & Conflict Resolution. Undergraduate: General Psychology, Adolescent Psychology, Human Sexuality, Helping Relations (Psychology), Case Management (Psychology), Transfer Orientation (Higher Education), Psychology 199 (For older, returning students), Professional Ethics (Psychology), Counselling the Elderly (in Australia), Counselling Techniques (in Australia), assisted with Grief Counselling class (in Australia). High School: Substitute teacher in social studies, Algebra I & II, Trigonometry, and English (5 months in rural Arkansas and Missouri). Instructor, state accredited alternative school (Oregon) 1989, summers Instructor/tutor in English, math and social studies, teaching at-risk high school youth and adult learners working on GED. Responsible for assessing academic benchmarks using the Test for Adults in Basic Education (TABE). Non-Credit Classes/workshops: Over 20 years teaching non-credit classes/trainings in the U.S. and overseas on topics such as mediation and conflict resolution, resume writing, job search and interviewing skills, peer counseling, meditation and mindfulness, managing stress, assertiveness, recognizing depression in the residence halls, surviving the holidays and many more. 20 years experience in facilitating and co-facilitating college student workshops and retreats. Research Interests Areas of Interest: Counseling/spirituality and cultural issues, ethical issues in counseling, the DSM-IV system (exploring efficacy and cultural competence), issues in college and university counseling (changing populations, internet issues, etc.), international issues in counseling and general issues/themes in higher education.
4 Professional Experience Associate Professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Director of Clinical Training (Fall 2009-present). Antioch University New England, Keene, NH (Antioch s CMHC program is CACREP Accredited) Teaching Experience: Psychopathology, Practicum Seminar Director of Clinical Training: Oversight of all practicum and internship placements Associate Professor of Counseling (Fall current; Promoted from Assistant Professor to Associate Professor in Spring 2005; Awarded Tenure Spring 2006), Niagara University, NY Coordinator of Counseling & School Psychology programs, 2008-current: Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling and School Psychology programs Chair, Department of Educational Leadership and Counseling, Acting Chair, Oct.-Dec, (Programs, Educational Leadership, Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling, and School Psychology. 10 faculty, two staff. Term: ) Board Member: International Program in Dual Diagnoses, a partnership with Brock University (St. Catharines, Ontario) and Niagara University. Classes taught: Counseling Theory & Practice (EDU 654), School Counseling Field Experience (EDU 676), Advanced Practicum in School Counseling (EDU 677), Abnormal Psychology (EDU 666), Family Counseling (EDU 668), Independent Study (EDU 681), Assessment in Counseling (EDU 657), Psychological Testing (EDU 665), Mediation & Conflict Resolution (EDU 619), Mental Health Practicum (EDU 679), Mental Health Internship I (EDU 685), Group Counseling (EDU 617), Lifespan Development (EDU 655). Numerous professional publications in books, journals and other monographs. See Publication section of CV. Coordinator of international counseling program, with students and clinical placements in the U.S and Canada (Ontario) Green Campus Task Force. ( ) Member, College of Education Planning and Evaluation Committee ( ) Advisory Board, Niagara University-Brock University International Certificate Program in Dual Diagnosis. (Ongoing) Middle States Accreditation Review. Co-Chair, Graduate Education Committee. ( ). Committees: Diversity Committee ( , 2008-current; Chair ); Graduate Studies Committee ( , College of Education). NU Curriculum Committee ( ). Chair, Graduate Studies Review (for Middle States Accreditation, Fall 2006) Co-presenter on school violence prevention (with Dr. K. Augustyniak) to area western New York area schools. ( ) Academic Committee on University-Union Negotiations ( ) Wrote $ grant for educational technology (to purchase two LCD projectors) Created two new graduate courses: EDU 619 Mediation & Conflict Resolution; and, IDS 530 Psychology & Religion. Served as outside reviewer for Dr. Colleen Murray s tenure review. University of
5 Nevada-Reno, Reno, NV. Serving as an outside reviewer for a doctoral dissertation at the University of Notre Dame-Australia, Fremantle, Western Australia. Served as outside reviewer for a Brock University (St. Catharines, Ontario) graduate student s masters thesis. Service at Niagara University: Advisory Board: Niagara University Library. Planning and visioning for the future present. Advisory Board: Compeer, Inc. A local chapter of the national Compeer, Inc.: an organization advocating and assisting persons with mental illnesses. ( ) Advisory Board: Niagara University s Environmental Leadership Institute. Grant funded program at NU Samaritan Pastoral Counseling Center (SPCC). Staff counselor for individuals, adolescents, couples and families in American Association of Pastoral Counseling (AAPC) accredited center with clinical team of Counselors, Social Workers, Family Therapists and a Psychiatrist. (Fall Summer 2004) Counselor, Center for Change (Family & School Counseling Services), Located in BOCES Alternative school. Tonawanda, NY (January 2003 June 2003). Cofacilitated group counseling with adolescents. Also, participated in weekly staff meetings at center for Change with coordinator (Bob Williams, M.Ed., M.A.) and graduate students from area Counselor Education, Counseling Psychology and Social Work graduate programs. July 2007-December 2007, Visiting scholar, University of Notre Dame-Australia (UNDA), Counselling program, School of Medicine, Fremantle, Western Australia (on Sabbatical from Niagara University) Honored by UNDA for exceptional teaching. Taught Counselling the Elderly. (CN 315, undergraduate class) Taught two tutorial sections for Counselling Techniques. (CN 101, undergraduate class) Assisted with Grief Counseling class. (CN 104, undergraduate class) Outside reviewer for doctoral dissertation. Reviewed masters theses of UNDA counseling students. Examiner for UNDA first year Medical students in mock doctor-patient interviews. Wrote and had three articles accepted for publication: Hodges, S. (2008). Comparing the counseling professions in the United States and Australia. Counselling Australia: The Journal of the Australian Counselling Association, 8(2), Hodges, S. (2008, March). Keeping my dreams alive. In Finding my way. Counseling Today, p. 23, 40. Hodges, S. (2009). Mediation and college counseling: A viable partnership. Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 23(1),
6 Jan June 2000, Director, Office of Student Counseling, Testing and Mediation, University of Minnesota-Morris, Morris, MN Clinical supervision of staff and overall counseling program. Provided individual, couples and occasional family counseling for UMM students. Coordinated campus mediation and conflict resolution program. Conducted assessment and testing: alcohol & drug, clinical, personality assessments. Budgetary responsibility for counseling, testing & outreach programs. Oversight of campus wellness education program. After hours on-call responsibility- liaison to regional psychiatric center. Co-developed Spiritual Pathways Series with UMM Chancellor- to provide support for diverse spiritual practices (Wiccan, Judaism, Buddhism, etc.). Graduate instructor in the Masters of Liberal Studies program (MLS) - taught Death & Dying and Psychology & Spirituality. Instructor for two undergraduate Psychology classes (Human Sexuality and Professional Ethics). Supervised final projects for masters degree candidates (Masters of Liberal Studies program). Member of University Student Services Committee ( ) Member of Campus Activities Committee ( ). Member of Campus Executive Committee ( ). Site coordinator for national screenings: National Depression Screening Day, National Anxiety Screening Day, National Eating Disorders Screening Day and National Alcohol Screening Day. Trained and advised Third Ear, a peer helping organization. Assisted with Resident Advisor training- listening skills and crisis intervention. Wrote and had several articles accepted for publication. Co-sponsor of Multicultural retreat, an annual workshop for UMN students. Summer Jan. 1997, Director of Clinical Services/Counselor, Malheur County Mental Health Clinic, Ontario, OR. Clinical director- oversight of counseling, chronic mentally ill and developmental disabilities programs (oversight of 34 staff). Supervisor of after hour s crisis service. Supervised mental health counselors, social workers and case managers. Clinical therapist with experience in counseling adults, adolescents, couples and families. Worked with staff psychiatrists and psychiatric nurses to coordinate psychological and psychiatric treatment. Extensive use of clinical assessment instruments: MMPI-A, MMPI-2, SCID, WISC-R, Psychological Evaluations. State certifies Mental Health Investigator (for Civil Commitments to psychiatric hospital). Extensive experience in court testimony: civil commitments to the state psychiatric hospital and for child custody evaluator for the courts. Consultant for local school district on behavioral issues and referrals. County multidisciplinary team for investigating sexual assaults: included sheriff s office,
7 city and county police, Child Protective Services, and others. Winter 1996-Winter 1997, Instructor, Treasure Valley Community College (TVCC), Ontario, OR (in conjunction with the Malheur County Mental Health Clinic above) Instructor: General Psychology, Adolescent Psychology and for continuing education classes in Stress management and Crisis Intervention. Developed workshops for culturally diverse community college, including Resident Advisor (RA) training for TVCC Dept. of Residence Life. Workshops to Resident Advisors on listening skills and crisis intervention. Supervision of TVCC Human Service Intern students through Malheur County Mental Health Clinic , Graduate Assistantship, Oregon State University. Center for Counseling and Psychological Services, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR Career, academic and vocational counseling in large university counseling center. Instructor for Career Life skills- two credit hour class for University Exploratory Studies Program (UESP- for students with undeclared majors). Two sections per quarter Administered and interpreted various career and vocational tests (Strong Interest Inventory, Myers-Briggs Type Inventory, Sigi+, Career-finder, etc.) Academic Advisor for UESP students. Responsible for numerous presentations- career planning, future careers, interviewing skills, etc. to OSU students Worked with a diverse team of psychologists, counselors and social workers. Jan Aug. 1995, Doctoral Internship, Pastoral Counseling Center, Corvallis, OR. Counseled adolescents, couples, families in American Association for Pastoral Counselors (AAPC) community clinic. Part of diverse clinical staff, including clinical social workers, pastoral counselors and marriage and family therapists. Co-facilitator for court mandated men s Anger Management/Domestic batters intervention group. Trained/supervised in Solution-Focused Therapy , Residence Hall Director, West International House, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. Supervision of 165 student community, representing 27 countries. Supervision of five Resident Assistants (RA s). Peer counselor for international undergraduate and graduate students. Instructor for College Student Services Administration (CSSA 435, Resident Advisor training class). Provided crisis intervention in resident hall and area resident halls. Liaison to Center for Counseling and Psychological Services. Co-facilitated two grief workshops for residence halls after tragic deaths , Graduate Teaching Assistant, Counselor Education Graduate program,
8 Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. Grad. Instructor- assisted with Counseling Techniques class (509B) for masters school and community counseling students. Field supervision of masters level graduate counseling intern/practicum students in K-12 and community counseling placements. Graded papers, supervised case studies, and reviewed intake write-ups. Administered Myers-Briggs, Kiersey-Bates and other voc/career instruments. Assisted in teaching Career Counseling class. Process facilitator for Menucha Retreat- intensive four-day experience for masters level counseling students in OSU s Counselor Education program. Doctoral student liaison to Counselor Education faculty ( ) , Graduate Assistant, Program Advisor, Student Activities Center, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. Advisor to 300 student organizations. Assisted in the advisement, planning and oversight of student functions. Experience in mediating disputes within student organizations. Taught Higher Education 202 (College of Education: Transfer Orientation- two credit hours). Responsible for university outreach publications. Editor of the Guide to student life, a university publication. Assisted international and cultural student organizations in planning cultural events. Co-founder of the SAC Lunch program, a training resource for student organizations and advisors held during Wednesday lunch hour. Created the OSU Student Development Transcript to document co-curricular leadership activities and experiences. (national award winning article published in national journal) , Graduate Teaching Assistant, Psychology Department, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. Taught counseling and interviewing techniques tutorial sections as part of the Helping Relations/Interviewing class. Trained students in the use of crisis intervention, mental status exams and the DSM-III-R. Graded research papers and served as guest lecturer for upper division psychology classes. 1989, Summers 1993, 1994, 1995, Christmas Break 1994, Vocational Counselor/Project Instructor, Community Services Consortium, Corvallis, Albany, and Lebanon OR. Instructor/vocational counselor in state accredited alternate education for adolescents and adults (located within CSC- a large social services agency). Responsible for teaching, tutoring & counseling at-risk youth. Administered and interpreted vocational and achievement tests: Test of Adults in Basic Education (TABE), CAPS, COPS, COPES, etc. Taught Job Club for adolescents and adults, including resume writing, interviewing and how to conduct a job search.
9 Taught Life Skills for adolescents in CSC s federally-funded JTPA program. Responsible for youth work experience development and placement and site visits (where students combine education with vocational experience). Managed diverse case load of clients. 1990, Summer, Counselor, Community Outreach, Corvallis, OR. Volunteer counselor for court mandated clients with domestic abuse patterns. Responsible for counseling residents in homeless shelter. Drug and alcohol counseling with clients in recovery , Counselor, Oregon Children s Services Division (CSD), Corvallis, OR Contract counselor running weekly evening treatment groups for sexually offended children. Responsible for family counseling/unity meetings (in reuniting families and children). Provided Play Therapy for young children in foster care. Provided individual counseling for children recovering from physical, verbal and sexual abuse , Adolescent Counselor, Children s Farm Home, Corvallis, OR Developed individual treatment programs for adolescents in JCAHO certified, residential program. Responsible for supervision of 15 adolescent patients. Extensive experience in residential behavioral therapy. Co-facilitated daily treatment groups. Experienced working with diverse agency team: psychiatrist, psychiatric nurse, clinical psychologist, clinical social workers and counselors. Collaborated with on-site Farm Home school and teachers on IEP s. Jan June 1987, Counselor (practicum & internship), Student Health Center, Western Oregon University, Monmouth, OR Experienced in individual and group counseling in small, regional college. Facilitated support groups for students recovering from eating disorders and co-facilitated stress management groups. Instructor in Psychology department (Psychology 199, two credits, five terms). Responsible for personal, academic, and career counseling. Administered/interpreted career interest tests (Strong Interest Inventory). Facilitated support groups for Resident Advisors (RA s) in Student Housing department. Provided career advising/placement services for WOU s Career Center (Spring 1986) and coordinated on-going interviewing skills workshops , Resident Advisor, Oregon State University, for OSU Housing Dept. and various university cooperative and Greek living groups. General supervision of students in housing units (10 years) Responsible for health & safety programming (AIDS education, Sexual Assault prevention, risk management, etc.). Responsible for mediating disputes between residents.
10 Liaison with Dean of Students office for educational programming and discipline issues. Responsible for peer advising & counseling students in residence units. Crisis intervention with undergraduate students. Responsible for referrals to OSU Counseling Center and OSU Health Center. Assisted students in writing resumes, preparing for job interviews, and writing cover letters. Fall 1983, Substitute teacher, Area schools in North central Arkansas and South central Missouri Taught math (Algebra I &II, Trigonometry), English and social studies. Assisted with football and basketball teams at Salem High School, Salem, AR Volunteer and Related Activities Compeer Advisory Board (Lockport, NY) OSU YM/YWCA Board of Directors (Oregon St. University) Chair, Student Government Campus Diversity Committee (University of Arkansas) Peer Counselor, Minority Retention Program, University of Arkansas Resident Advisor (RA), Gregson Hall, University of Arkansas 1980 (Summer) Nurses Aide, Ozark Nursing Manor, Salem, AR 1979, 1980 (Summers) Freshman Orientation Counselor, University of Arkansas 1978 (Summer) Youth Counselor, Federal CETA/JTPA program, Salem, AR , , Member Student Judicial boards (RHA Judicial, All Student Judiciary, & Student Court; University of Arkansas) Testing & Assessments Experience (some examples) Clinical Testing Career/Voc. MMPI-2/MMPI-A Strong Interest Inv. WISC-III-R/WAIS-R Myers-Briggs SASSI Sigi+/Careerfinder AUDIT Self-Directed Search Beck Depression Inventory-2 CAPS/COPS/COPES Beck Anxiety Inventory-2 ASVAB Experienced using numerous other assessments. Eight years experience teaching graduate courses in Psychological Testing and Assessment in Counseling. Publications: Video Burke, B.A., and Hodges, S. (1999). Campus Commons. Focus group documentary Film. Morris, MN: University of Minnesota-Morris. Books and Book Chapters: Hodges, S. (in press). The counseling practicum and internship manual: A resource for counseling programs. New York: Springer. Hodges, S. and Connelly, A.R. (in press). A job search manual for counselors and
11 counselor educators: How to navigate and promote your counseling career. Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association Publications. Hodges, S. (2007). Religious and spiritually diverse college students: The untapped minority in college and university counseling centers. In J. Lippincott s and R. Lippincott s (Eds.) Special populations in college counseling centers: A handbook for practitioners. Alexandria, VA: ACA Press. Hodges, S. (2001). Losing my way. In J. Kottler s (Eds.) Counselors finding their Way, pp Alexandria, VA: ACA Press Hodges, S. (1998). Peer mentoring: Helping relationships in the everyday experience. East Rockaway, NJ: Cummings & Hathaway. Professional Journal and Monograph Publications Augustyniak, K., Bogner, R., Rinaldo, V., Conway, M. & Hodges, S. (in press). School-based prosocial behavioral intervention: A youth needs assessment. Brooks, M., Hodges, S., & Augustyniak, K. (revising). CACREP and NCATE: The synergistic effect on counselor education programs. The Journal for specialists in group work. Hodges, S. (revising). Through a glass darkly: Envisioning the future of the counseling profession. Hodges, S. (2009, March). Counseling in the twenty-first century: Challenges and opportunities. Counseling Today, 51(9), Hodges, S. (2009). Mediation and college counseling: A viable partnership. Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 23(1), Hodges, S. (2008). Counselor education to counselor practice: Comparing and contrasting the U.S. and Australian counseling professions. ACES SPECTRUM, 69(2), Hodges, S. (2008). Comparing the counseling professions in the United States and Australia: A visiting professor s narrative. Counselling Australia: Journal of the Australian Counselling Association, 8(2), Hodges, S. (2008; March). Keeping my dreams alive. In Finding a way column of Counseling Today, 23, 40. Hodges, S., and Cogan, S. (2006). Faces (Kaddish Poem). Journal of Poetry Therapy, 19(4), 37.
12 Hodges, S. (2004). Book review on D. Becvar s In the presence of grief: Helping family members resolve death, dying and bereavement issues. New York: Guilford. The Journal of Counseling & Development, 83, Hodges, S. (2004). The Tao of wisdom (Poem). The Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling, 58, 394. Hodges, S. & Augustyniak, K. (2004). Counseling, spirituality and life meaning: Complementary issues in a complex age. The Journal for the Professional Counselor, 19, Hodges, S. (2004). My father s house. The Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling, 58, p Hodges, S. (2004, July 23). Keeping the faith. The Chronicle of Higher Education. In The Chronicle Review, B-5. Hodges, S. (2003). Borderline personality disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder: Time for integration? The Journal of Counseling & Development, 81, Hodges, S. (2002, Nov.-Dec.). Authentic values and ersatz standards: Making sense of college rankings. Academe: Bulletin of the American Association of University Professors, 88, Hodges, S. (2002). Mental health, depression and dimensions of spirituality and religion. Journal of Adult Development, 9(2), Hodges, S. (2001, September). Book review on W. K. Halford s, Brief therapy for couples: Helping partners help themselves. New York: Guilford. For Counseling Today, 44, 3, 42. Hodges, S. (2001). University counseling centers in the twenty-first century: Looking forward, looking back. Journal of College Counseling, 4, Hodges, S. (2001-Jan). Resource review on M. Bolton, and S. Webber s Light amongst the shadows and Journey through the shadows. Counseling Today, 43, 7, 36. Hodges, S. (2000- Nov.). Losing my way. In Finding Your Way Section. Counseling Today, 43, 5, 23. Hodges, S. (2000-May). Book Review on M. Fukuyama s and T. Sevig s Integrating Spirituality into multicultural counseling, London: Sage press. For Counseling Today, 43, 10, 32.