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The Theory of Change Podcast showcases topics relevant to counselors and counselor educators. The hosts of this podcast discuss counseling theory, social/cultural issues, and the working dynamics of the modern practitioner. Our guests are leading thinkers and practitioners in counseling and related fields that exemplify excellence and expertise in their respective disciplines. Hosts Dr. Alfredo Palacios Assistant Professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Auburn University and proud graduate of The University of New Mexico. Dylan Gunther Doctoral student in Counselor Education at Auburn University Email: theoryofchangepodcast@gmail.com Music by The Passion HiFi

The Theory of Change Podcast showcases topics relevant to counselors and counselor educators. The hosts of this podcast discuss counseling theory, social/cultural issues, and the working dynamics of the modern practitioner. Our guests are leading thinkers and practitioners in counseling and related fields that exemplify excellence and expertise in their respective disciplines. Hosts Dr. Alfredo Palacios Assistant Professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Auburn University and proud graduate of The University of New Mexico. Dylan Gunther Doctoral student in Counselor Education at Auburn University Email: theoryofchangepodcast@gmail.com Music by The Passion HiFi
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The Theory of Change Podcast showcases topics relevant to counselors and counselor educators. The hosts of this podcast discuss counseling theory, social/cultural issues, and the working dynamics of the modern practitioner. Our guests are leading thinkers and practitioners in counseling and related fields that exemplify excellence and expertise in their respective disciplines. Hosts Dr. Alfredo Palacios Assistant Professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Auburn University and proud graduate of The University of New Mexico. Dylan Gunther Doctoral student in Counselor Education at Auburn University Email: theoryofchangepodcast@gmail.com Music by The Passion HiFi

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Episodes

The Art of the Relationship: A Way of Being in Motivational Interviewing

4/24/2019
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In this episode we talk to Dr. William R Miller. He is the architect of Motivational Interviewing and Emeritus Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology at the University of New Mexico. He is a leading innovator and giant in scholarship of the psychology of change, empathy and effective clinical relationships. To learn more about Dr. Miller visit http://williamrmiller.net contact us at theoryofchangepodcast@gmail.com Music By The Passion HiFi www.thepassionhifi.com

Duration:00:59:51

To Sleep Perchance To Dream: The Science of Sleep and Wellness

4/10/2019
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We welcome Dr. Joseph Buckhalt to discuss the relationship between unhealthy sleep patterns and psychosocial well-being along with implications for future research in the field of sleep science. Dr. Buchhalt is a Professor of Counseling Psychology at Auburn University. Dr. Buckhalt has spent many years studying the links between insufficient sleep, academic performance, in children and adolescents. contact us at theoryofchangepodcast@gmail.com Music By The Passion...

Duration:00:55:48

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised: Critical Race Theory on Education and Mental Health

3/27/2019
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In this episode we are joined by Dr. David Stovall and discuss Critical Race Theory. Critical Race Theory is important for understanding the historical context of social stratification in our society. Dr. Stovall is a Professor of African-American studies as well as Criminology, Law, and Justice at the University of Illinois, Chicago. Dr. Stovall studies the influence of race in urban education, community development, and housing. He is the author of Born Out of Struggle: Critical Race...

Duration:01:00:31

Phenomenology for Counselors: The Value of Subjectivity

3/14/2019
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On this episode, we meet Dr. Brett Wilkinson. He is an Assistant Professor of Counselor Education at Purdue University Fort Wayne. His research priorities include integrative aspects of cognitive complexity in counselor preparation and practice; phenomenological pedagogy and research; humanistic training methods and models; therapeutic change mechanisms; and metacognitive supervision strategies. Dr. Wilkinson introduces listeners to phenomenology as both a philosophy and method. We discuss...

Duration:00:49:11

Reality is Relationships: An Intro to Radical Social Constructivism

3/6/2019
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R. Rocco Cottone, Ph.D. is a professor of counseling and family therapy in the Department of Education Sciences and Professional Programs at the University of Missouri—St. Louis. Dr. Cottone is a fellow of the American Counseling Association. He has published over 80 articles and book chapters and five books on topics related to professional counseling and psychotherapy. He is best known for his works on rehabilitation theory, social systems theory, radical social constructivism, and...

Duration:01:00:27

A Breath of Fresh Air: The Ecological Self and Environmental Justice

2/20/2019
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In this episode host Dylan Gunther speaks with Dr. Debbie Sturm, an Associate Professor at James Madison University. Her scholarship explores the ecological self and a connection to nature as a mode of mental health and holistic wellness. She has numerous publications on this topic and is a leading advocate for environmental justice as an extension of the counseling profession. Contact: sturmdc@jmu.edu If you have any ideas, feedback, or desire to contribute to the Theory of Change Podcast...

Duration:00:56:01

Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: Learning from the Greats

2/6/2019
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On this Episode I sit down with Dr. Victor Yalom. Dr. Yalom is a licensed psychologist in California and creator of psychotherapy.net. He produces interviews and clinical demonstrations of master practitioners. Here he shares his expertise and experiences with learning from masters and sharpening your clinical mind. To learn more, please visit http://www.psychotherapy.net We would love to hear from you; To contact the show email: theoryofchangepodcast@gmail.com Music By The Passion...

Duration:00:57:33

Clickbait: Managing our Digital Identity

1/24/2019
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In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Jessica Tyler. We discuss the relationship between social media, mental health and authenticity. This conversation covers current trends in social media and implications for the emotional development of clients across the lifespan. Dr. Tyler is an Assistant Clinical Professor at Auburn University and private practitioner. She works with veterans and their families specializing in crisis intervention and trauma. Her scholarship focuses on utilizing...

Duration:00:52:14

The Message and the Music: Healing Through Hip Hop

1/10/2019
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In this episode we meet Dr. Ian Levy, an artist and a scholar of hip hop based counseling interventions in schools. Dr. Levy is a New York City native and former high school counselor in the South Bronx. Levy's research examines mental health practices in urban schools, which includes integrating the role of the school counselor and other school staff to ensure the social and emotional lives of young people are adequately addressed.Ultimately his research addresses the multifaceted roles of...

Duration:00:56:45

A Return to the Relationship: Counseling Beyond Symptoms

12/17/2018
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In this episode we are joined by Dr. James Hansen. We discuss theoretical issues pertaining to our understanding of client distress. Moreover we discuss diagnosis and the limitations of symptom-based concepts of mental health. Dr. Hansen is a professor of counseling at Oakland University. His scholarship focuses on philosophical and theoretical issues in counseling, particularly [neo] pragmatism, epistemology, and theoretical integration. In addition, Dr. Hansen is a leading scholar on...

Duration:00:43:27

The Saga of Postmodernism for Counselors

12/15/2018
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Counselors often face important questions as to where the values they express in their work are rooted. In this episode we look to postmodern philosophers for insight into how we know what is the correct way to conduct counseling and understand clients. We are joined by Dr. Givens. Dr. Joel Givens is the president-elect of the Association for Humanistic Counseling. Joel is an Assistant Professor of Counselor Education at Adams State University. Joel’s research is focused on the integration...

Duration:01:00:12

Trailer: The Theory of Change Podcast

12/15/2018
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In this episode you will learn about our hosts and the mission of the Theory of Change Podcast. New content arriving soon. Music By The Passion HiFi www.thepassionhifi.com

Duration:00:02:46