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MA in Counseling Psychology

Faculty

Below is a listing of core faculty members who teach the MA in Counseling Psychology program in Hong Kong, and serve as advisors and research supervisors for students.

Saba Rasheed Ali

Associate Professor

361 Lindquist Center

Psychological and Quantitative Foundations

Iowa City, IA 52242

saba-ali@uiowa.edu

319-335-5495 (phone)

Affiliations within the College

Department of Psychological and Quantitative Foundations

Counseling Psychology Program

Academic History

Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology, University of Oregon, 2001

Research Interests

Vocational Psychology

Teaching Interests

Career Counseling

Professional Experience

Associate Professor, University of Iowa

Professional Service

Consulting, UT-SEPA Grant, 2015–current.

Professional Organization Office Held, Society of Vocational Psychology, 2014–current.

Journal Editorial Board, Career Development Quarterly, 2014–current.

Other, Iowa Bioscience Advantage UI, 2013–current.

Professional Organization Office Held, Society for Vocational Psychology, 2012–current.

Journal Editorial Board, Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2010–2015.

Other, 11th Biennial Conference Planning Committee, 2013–2014.

Other, Area Health Education Center , 2010–2013.

Professional Activities and Membership

American Counseling Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development

American Counseling Association, National Career Development Association

American Psychological Association Division 17 Section on the Advancement of Women

American Psychological Association Division 17 Society for Vocational Psychology

American Psychological Association Division 35, Society for the Psychology of Women

American Psychological Association Division 45 Ethnic Minority Issues in Psychology

American Psychological Association Division 9 Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues

Asian American Psychological Association

Association for Women in Psychology

Council for American islamic Relations

Awards and Professional Recognition

Senior Research Fellow

Public Policy Fellowship

Megan Foley Nicpon, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

N330 Lindquist Center

Psychological and Quantitative Foundations

Iowa City, IA 52242

megan-foley-nicpon@uiowa.edu

319-335-5575 (phone)

319-335-6145 (fax)

Affiliations within the College

Department of Psychological and Quantitative Foundations

Counseling Psychology Program

Belin-Blank Center

Center for Disability Research and Education (CDRE)

Academic History

Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology, Arizona State University, 2003

Research Interests

Cognitive, academic, and psychosocial profiles of talented students with learning disabilities and autism spectrum disorders

Psychosocial and cognitive profiles of high functioning students with ADHD

measurement of autism in high functioning youth

psychosocial functioning in high ability youth with disabilities

Teaching Interests

Assessment

Psychopathology and development

child development and counseling

Professional Experience

Associate Director for Research and Clinic, Belin-Blank Center, University of Iowa

Associate Professor, Counseling Psychology Program, The University of Iowa

Licensed Psychologist, Belin-Blank Center, The University of Iowa

Postdoctoral Scholar, Belin-Blank Center

Professional Service

Professional Board, Coalition on High Performance Psychology, 2015–current.

Professional Organization Office Held, Research and Evaluation Network, , 2014–current.

Journal Editorial Board, The Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2014–current.

Other, Counseling Psychology Program, 2014–current.

Committee Assignment, International Committee, College of Education , 2014–current.

Professional Board, Teaching for High Potential, 2013–current.

Professional Organization Office Held, Twice-Exceptional COP, National Association for Gifted Children, 2013–current.

Committee Assignment, APA Division 17, 2013–current.

Grant Proposal Referee, National Institute of Health Center for Scientific Review, 2013–current.

Journal Editorial Board, The Counseling Psychologist, 2013–current.

Journal Editorial Board, Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 2012–current.

Journal Editorial Board, Gifted Child Quarterly , 2012–current.

Consulting, Autism Action Planning Team, Iowa City Communtiy School District, 2012–current.

Consulting, Davidson Institute for Talent Development, 2007–current.

Committee Assignment, Faculty Search Committee, Iowa College of Education, Department of Psychological and Quantitative Foundations , 2014–2015.

Committee Assignment, President and Provost Award Review Committee, Iowa College of Education, 2014.

Manuscript Reviewer, Roeper Review, 2014.

Committee Assignment, Faculty Search Committee, Iowa College of Education, Department of Teaching and Learning, 2014.

Committee Assignment, Multicultural Certificate Committee, Iowa College of Education, 2014.

Manuscript Reviewer, American Educational Research Journal , 2014.

Committee Assignment, Faculty Search Committee, Iowa College of Education, Department of Psychological and Quantitative Foundations , 2014.

Other, Counseling Psychology Program, 2012–2014.

Professional Organization Office Held, NAGC, Research and Evaluation Division, 2012–2014.

Manuscript Reviewer, Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2011–2014.

Committee Assignment, Autism Research Working Group, Obermann Center, The University of Iowa , 2012–2014.

Committee Assignment, Autism Research Working Group, Obermann Center, 2012–2014.

Committee Assignment, Faculty Advisory Committee, 2011–2014.

Committee Assignment, Faculty Review Committee, Iowa College of Education, Department of Teaching and Learning , 2014.

Committee Assignment, Practicum Documentation Committee, Counseling Psychology Program, 2013.

Other, Versita Publishing, 2012–2013.

Committee Assignment, Psychological and Quantitative Foundations Department, 2013.

Committee Assignment, Department of Psychological and Quantitative Foundations, Learning Sciences, 2012–2013.

Committee Assignment, Research Requirements Committee, 2012–2013.

Manuscript Reviewer, The Counseling Psychologist , 2011–2012.

Committee Assignment, Belin-Blank Center, 2012.

Professional Organization Office Held, NAGC Research & Evaluation Division, 2011–2012.

Grant Proposal Referee, Israel Science Foundation, 2012.

Committee Assignment, Belin-Blank Center, 2012.

Manuscript Reviewer, Disability and Health Journal, 2012.

Manuscript Reviewer, Journal of Attention Disorders, 2011.

Committee Assignment, Counsel in Disability Awareness, 2004–2007.

Professional Activities and Membership

American Educational Research Association (Division E and Talented and Gifted SIG)

American Psychological Association, Divisions 17 and 53

Iowa Talented and Gifted Association

National Association for Gifted Children, Research & Evaluation and Counseling & Guidance Divisions

Licensure and Certifications

Registered Circle of Security Parent Educator, Circle of Security

ADOS Certified for Clinical and Research Administration, The University of Michigan

ADI-R Certified for Clinical and Research Administration, The University of Michigan

Awards and Professional Recognition

NAGC Early Scholar Award

Wakonse Teacher's Fellowship

William Ming Liu

Professor

Psychological and Quantitative Foundations

Iowa City, IA 52242

william-liu@uiowa.edu

319-335-5295 (phone)

319-335-5295 (fax)

Affiliations within the College

Department of Psychological and Quantitative Foundations

Counseling Psychology Program

Academic History

Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology, University of Maryland, 2000

Expertise

Multiculturalism, Social Class, Men and Masculinity

Research Interests

Social Class, Men and Masculinity, Multicultural Competencies

Professional Experience

Program Coordinator, Counseling Psychology Program, University of Iowa

Professional Service

Committee Assignment, Asian American Psychological Association, 2009–current.

Committee Assignment, Division 17, Society of Counseling Psychology, 2009–current.

Journal Editorial Board, Men and Masculinities, 2008–current.

Journal Editorial Board, Psychology of Men and Masculinity, 2007–current.

Committee Assignment, American Psychological Association, 2006–current.

Committee Assignment, Division 51 Member at Large, elected position, 2006–current.

Manuscript Reviewer, American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 2006–current.

Manuscript Reviewer, Journal of Career Development, 2006–current.

Manuscript Reviewer, Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2006–current.

Committee Assignment, Diversity Advisory Board, Belin Blank Center, 2005–current.

Manuscript Reviewer, Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 2005–current.

Manuscript Reviewer, Sex Roles Journal, 2005–current.

Editorship, Editorial Board Member, Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 2000–current.

Committee Assignment, Dean's Search Committee, 2010–2011.

Editorship, American Psychologist, Ad hoc reviewer, 2004–2007.

Committee Assignment, Graduate College, 2007.

Committee Assignment, National Multicultural Conference and Summit (NMCS) 2007, American Psychological Association, 2005–2007.

Committee Assignment, Office of the Vice President for Research, 2007.

Committee Assignment, Office of Student Services, 2006.

Committee Assignment, College of Education, 2006.

Committee Assignment, Division 17, Program Committee Member, 2003–2006.

Committee Assignment, Oberman Center, 2006.

Committee Assignment, Iowa Testing and Measurement Foundation, 2006.

Committee Assignment, Vice President for Research, 2006.

Committee Assignment, Advisory Committee on Diversity, Belin and Blank International Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development, 2005.

Editorship, The Counseling Psychologist, Editorial Board, 2005.

Committee Assignment, Diversity Review Task Force, 2004–2005.

Editorship, Psychology of Men and Masculinity, 2003–2005.

Editorship, Clinicians Research Digest, 2003–2005.

Committee Assignment, Division 17, Hospitality Suite Committee Member, 2003–2005.

Committee Assignment, Division 45, Society of the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues, APA, 2001–2005.

Committee Assignment, Search Committee Member, University Counseling Service, 2004.

Professional Board, Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) for the Knowledge Application Program (KAP), Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA) (2003), 2003–2004.

Committee Assignment, School Psychology Search Committee, 2002.

Committee Assignment, Post-Doctoral Search, 2002.

Committee Assignment, Multicultural Education Certificate Program, 2002.

Committee Assignment, Post-Doctoral Search Committee, 2001.

Editorship, Ad hoc manuscript reviewer, Journal of College Student Development, "On Campus Section.", 1995–1997.

Professional Activities and Membership

American Counseling Association

American Psychological Association

Asian American Psychological Association

Division 17, Counseling Psychology of APA

Division 45 Ethnic Minority Issues in Psychology of APA

Division 51, Men and Masculinity of APA

Licensure and Certifications

State of Iowa, Psychology License, Board of Psychology, State of Iowa

Awards and Professional Recognition

Lodge Project Advisory Board,

Board of Directors

Award for Emerging Leadership

Dean's Scholar Award

Emerging Young Professional

Collegiate Teaching Award

Public Interest Directorate for the American Psychological Association, Taskforce Member, Socioeconomic

Researcher of the Year, Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity, American Psychological Association

Taskforce on Socioeconomic Status

Program Committee

Audrey Qualls Commitment to Diversity Award

Barry Schreier

Clinical Professor in Counseling Psychology

Director, University Counseling Service

Licensed Psychologist

1994 – University of Missouri-Kansas City, Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology

Clinical/Counseling Interests:

I work from a cognitive and interpersonal process framework which means we focus on the way you think about your world as a key inroad to making the change you desire. Additionally, we use our counseling relationship as an indicator of how you are in your world and how we can interpersonally make things better work for you. Who you are culturally makes such a difference and this too will be part of the work we do. Counseling is a very exciting, exploratory, and powerfully growthful process. I look forward to engaging in this healing process with you!

Multicultural Interests:

Who we are strongly governs how we are in the world and must be included in understanding ourselves and others. I believe there is more that is similar about us than there is different which can serve as an important starting part for engagement while then equally valuing our differences. I have strong interest and commitment to working with our Gay, Lesbian, Bi, and Queer communities. I am also a Gender Specialist and have worked for many years with our Trans* communities helping students through all points of transition. I have a commitment to equity, dignity, and justice and work daily to help realize these values practically in the work we do and communities in which we live!

Outreach Interests:

Quality leadership, mood and anxiety management, mental health and study abroad, working effectively with students at risk, GLBQ issues and concerns, Transgender/Transqueer/Gender Variant issues and concerns, suicide assessment and prevention, active listening and first responder training, interacting with the media, group therapy and group dynamics, and many many others. If you need a program, I have a program for you!

Professional Affiliations:

American Psychological Association, Society for Counseling Psychology, Association of University and College Counseling Center Directors

Martin Kivlighan

Assistant Professor in Counseling Psychology

Post-Doctoral Scholar

2015 - University of Wisconsin-Madison, Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology

Clinical/Counseling Interests:

As a therapist I work from an interpersonal process orientation, and believe that relationships are central to the maintenance and resolution of our distress. Additionally, I believe that change occurs within a supportive, safe, empathic, and deeply transparent relationship. I work with my clients to help them understand how they engage with themselves and others by exploring the interpersonal dynamics and interactions within our therapeutic relationship. Lastly, I believe that culture and identity impact who we are and our lived experiences, which will greatly inform our work together.

Multicultural Interests:

I strongly believe that all interactions are multicultural, as such I strive to observe and honor culture and individual differences throughout my work. I enjoy learning about my own identities and cultural groups and how these impact my worldview, values, and lived experiences. I also enjoy working with diverse students, specifically regarding masculinity and gender issues as well as concerns related to the experiences of first-generation college students and underrepresented groups within our university community.

Outreach Interest:

Outreach programming is an exciting opportunity for us to engage with our surrounding university community and I value these experiences. Previously, I have provided outreach programs to underrepresented student populations (e.g., first-generation college students, students on academic probation, and students of color) in order to assist them in actualizing their personal and professional goals. Additionally, I enjoy working with students regarding stress management, living more balanced lifes, and multicultural training.

Professional Affiliations:

American Psychological Association (APA)

Division 17: Society of Counseling Psychology

Division 29: Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy

Division 49: Society of Group Psychology and Group Psychotherapy

Society of Psychotherapy Research (SPR)

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