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"How could I not bring it up?": A multiple case study of therapists' comfort when Black clients discuss anti-Black racism in sessions.

Theodore T Bartholomew, Andres E Pérez-Rojas, Rashanta Bledman, Eileen E Joy, Krista A Robbins,

Anti-Black racism is often overlooked in predominantly White spaces such as psychotherapy. This pervasive disregard and dehumanization reflects the perpetuation of ongoing racial trauma that can influence the psychological health of Black people seeking psychotherapy. Therapists, therefore, ought to be equipped and comfortable to have conversations about anti-Blackness and anti-Black ... Read more >>

Psychotherapy (Chic) (Psychotherapy (Chicago, Ill.))
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Center effects, therapist effects, and international student clients' drop out from psychotherapy.

Theodore T Bartholomew, Krista A Robbins, Lizbeth Valdivia-Jauregui, Allison J Lockard, Andres E Pérez-Rojas, Brian TaeHyuk Keum,

In 2019-2020, 1,075,496 international students pursued higher education in the United States. Many of these students endure unique experiences of psychological distress that accompanies their shared experience of studying abroad in the United States. Researchers have explored clinical experiences within this diverse group, with some suggesting that international students are ... Read more >>

J Couns Psychol (Journal of counseling psychology)
[2021, :]

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Therapist and counseling center effects on international students' counseling outcome: A mixed methods study.

Brian TaeHyuk Keum, Theodore T Bartholomew, Krista A Robbins, Andres E Pérez-Rojas, Allison J Lockard, Dennis M Kivlighan, Ellice Kang, Eileen E Joy, Sergio Maldonado Aguiñiga,

We employed a convergent mixed methods design to examine therapist and counseling center effects on international student clients' (ISCs) counseling outcomes. Using the Center for Collegiate Mental Health (CCMH) data set (2015-2017), we conducted a three-level hierarchical linear model with clients (<i>N</i> = 85,110) nested in therapists (N = 1,267), ... Read more >>

J Couns Psychol (Journal of counseling psychology)
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Clients in context: Environment, class, race, and therapists' perceptions of generalized anxiety disorder.

Eileen E Joy, Theodore T Bartholomew,

Evidence-based practice necessitates the inclusion of client identity and contextual information when conceptualizing diagnosis.<h4>Objective</h4>To examine how therapists' perceptions of Generalized Anxiety Disorder is influenced by client environmental contextual and identity factors, like class and race.<h4>Method</h4>Therapists (n = 138; 76% women; M<sub>age</sub>  = 38.3) were randomly assigned three of six client vignettes and asked ... Read more >>

J Clin Psychol (Journal of clinical psychology)
[2021, 77(12):2817-2831]

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Therapists' cultural comfort and clients' distress: An initial exploration.

Theodore T Bartholomew, Andres E Pérez-Rojas, Allison J Lockard, Eileen E Joy, Krista A Robbins, Ellice Kang, Sergio Maldonado-Aguiñiga,

The extent to which therapists are comfortable discussing clients' cultural identities in psychotherapy has been considered a valuable component of how therapists integrate clients' cultures into treatment. Cultural comfort specifically reflects a therapist's way of being at ease, relaxed, and open when discussing clients' cultural identities in treatment. Some initial ... Read more >>

Psychotherapy (Chic) (Psychotherapy (Chicago, Ill.))
[2021, 58(2):275-281]

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"How Can We Help You": Mental Health Practitioners' Experiences of Service Provision in Northern Namibia.

Theodore T Bartholomew, Shelene G Gentz,

Although 12-13% of Namibians are reported to struggle with psychological distress, very few practitioners are available to provide mental health services in Namibia. Those practitioners who are available are often trained from Western counseling and psychiatric perspectives that may not readily align to beliefs about illness held constructed in Namibian ... Read more >>

Cult Med Psychiatry (Culture, medicine and psychiatry)
[2019, 43(3):496-518]

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The meaning of therapists' hope for their clients: A phenomenological study.

Theodore T Bartholomew, Brittany E Gundel, Huaying Li, Eileen E Joy, Ellice Kang, Michael J Scheel,

Hope is often identified as a central process in psychotherapy, with researchers supporting links between clients' hope, symptom distress, and process variables. However, this body of literature is yet to specifically ask what it means for psychotherapists to have hope for their clients. Our purpose, with this descriptive phenomenological study, ... Read more >>

J Couns Psychol (Journal of counseling psychology)
[2019, 66(4):496-507]

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Development and initial validation of the Therapist Cultural Comfort Scale.

Andrés E Pérez-Rojas, Theodore T Bartholomew, Allison J Lockard, Jazmin M González,

The development and initial validation of a client-rated measure of therapist cultural comfort (the Therapist Cultural Comfort Scale [TCCS]) is reported. The first phase of the study involved content validation of the initial pool of items via consultation with (a) focus groups of doctoral student therapists and (b) experts in ... Read more >>

J Couns Psychol (Journal of counseling psychology)
[2019, 66(5):534-549]

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Pretreatment counseling experiences, stressors, and support differences between transgender and cisgender university students seeking mental healthcare.

Theodore T Bartholomew, Brittany E Gundel, John W Sullivan, Andrés E Pérez-Rojas, Allison J Lockard,

<h4>Objectives</h4>Our aim was to explore rates of prior counseling experiences as well as pretreatment stressors and supports among transgender university students seeking psychotherapy services in university counseling centers.<h4>Methods</h4>We used regression models to explore relationships between gender identity and prior mental health experiences, risk-related experiences, traumatic experiences, and support among clients ... Read more >>

J Clin Psychol (Journal of clinical psychology)
[2019, 75(6):933-957]

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Mixed methods in psychotherapy research: A review of method(ology) integration in psychotherapy science.

Theodore T Bartholomew, Allison J Lockard,

OBJECTIVE:Mixed methods can foster depth and breadth in psychological research. However, its use remains in development in psychotherapy research. Our purpose was to review the use of mixed methods in psychotherapy research. METHOD:Thirty-one studies were identified via the PRISMA systematic review method. Using Creswell & Plano Clark's typologies to identify ... Read more >>

J Clin Psychol (Journal of clinical psychology)
[2018, 74(10):1687-1709]

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Presenting concerns in counseling centers: The view from clinicians on the ground.

Andrés E Pérez-Rojas, Allison J Lockard, Theodore T Bartholomew, Rebecca A Janis, Dever M Carney, Henry Xiao, Soo Jeong Youn, Brett E Scofield, Benjamin D Locke, Louis G Castonguay, Jeffrey A Hayes,

Despite growing evidence that a greater number of students are seeking counseling in college and university counseling centers throughout the United States, there is a dearth of empirical information about (a) the presenting concerns for which students seek treatment and (b) how these concerns differ according to client demographic factors. ... Read more >>

Psychol Serv (Psychological services)
[2017, 14(4):416-427]

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