Mailing address: Department of Counseling, Box 7406, WFU, Winston-Salem, NC 27109
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office phone: (336)758-1979
Location: Carswell 203
Faculty member at Wake Forest University since July 2018
Ph.D. in Counselor Education, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 2018
M.S. in Counseling Psychology, Northeastern State University, 2012
B.A. in Psychology, Northeastern State University, 2009
Research and Special Interests:
Bilingual counseling; Culture; Cultural Identity; Counseling with Spanish-speaking immigrants; Undocumented clients; Advocacy; Legislative Professional Advocacy
Professional Service (selected):
Counseling Experience (selected):
Professional Licensure and Memberships (selected):
Recent Publications (Selected):
Farrell, I. C. & Gibbons, M. (accepted). Using narrative theory to assist college-aged Latino immigrants. Journal of College Counseling.
Marshall, R. C. & Farrell, I. C. (accepted). Career guided imagery for emerging adults. Journal of Creativity in Counseling.
Gibbons, M., Brown, E., Daniels, S., Rosecrance, P., Hardin, E., & Farrell, I. C. (Under Review). Building on Strengths While Addressing Barriers: Career Interventions in Rural Appalachian Communities. Journal of Career Development.
Non-scholarly Publications (Selected)
Farrell, I. C., Graham, D., Gibbons, M. M., & Hardin, E. E. (2017). PiPES Community Career Services Manual for Trainers.
Farrell, I. C., Graham, D., Gibbons, M. M., & Hardin, E. E. (2017). PiPES Manual de Servicios de Orientación Profesional.
Current Writing Activities:
Farrell, I. C. & Barrio Minton, C. A. (in preparation). Legislative professional advocacy among counseling leaders: a constructivist grounded theory. Journal of Counseling Leadership and Advocacy.
Farrell, I. C. & Basma, D. (in preparation) Mixed status families: A systems approach for a systemic problem. Journal of Counseling Leadership and Advocacy.
Farrell, I. C. (in preparation). Skills based approaches to DSM diagnosis. In T.B. Fletcher Ed.), Creativity in Counseling Children & Adolescents: A Guide for Experiential Activities.
Francis, P. C. & Farrell, I. C. (in preparation). Ethics and ethical behaviors. In S. K. Butler, J.Filmore, A. F. Locke (Eds.), Introduction to Counseling Book from a Multicultural and Social Justice Perspective.
Basma, D., Brott, P., Farrell, I. C., & Kronick, B. School counselors experience with working with student refugees. Qualitative Phenomenological study investigating how parents experience the phenomenon of adult children returning to the parental home to reside.
Recent presentations (selected):
Farrell, I. C., & Basma, D. (2018, April). Mixed Status Families: A Systems Approach for a Systemic Problem. Session presented at American Counseling Association Conference, Atlanta, GA.
Farrell, I. C., & Barrio Minton, C.A. (2017, October). Counselor, instructor, supervisor, classmate: Managing multiple relationships in doctoral programs. Session presented at Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Biennial Conference, Chicago, IL.
Gibbons, M. M., Brown, E., Taylor., A. L., Farrell, I. C. (2017, October). Grant-funded programming in counselor education: Student and faculty perspectives. Session presented at Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Biennial Conference, Chicago, IL.
Farrell, I. C., & Marshall, R. (2017, March). Creating a new cultural identity: Using narrative therapy to assist recent young adult immigrants. Session presented at American Counseling Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.
Farrell, I. C., & Marshall, R. (2017, February). Advocating for undocumented clients: What we know about law, ethics, and multicultural competencies. Session presented at the Law and Ethics in Counseling Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Marshall, R., & Farrell, I. C. (2016, September). Emerging adults: A guided imagery for career development. Round table session presentation presented at Association for Creativity in Counseling Annual Conference, Savannah, GA.
Farrell, I. C. (2016, November). 2016 Multicultural competencies 101. Educational session presented at Tennessee Counseling Association, Murfreesboro, TN.
Farrell, I. C. (2016, October). Creating a new cultural identity: Using narrative therapy to assist recent young adult immigrants. Session presented at European Branch of the American Counseling Association (EB-ACA) Annual Conference, Geneva, Switzerland.
Wheat, L. & Farrell, I. C. (2016, September). Bringing bereavement out of the closet: Partner/spousal bereavement among LGBTQ+ citizens. Educational session presented at Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Issues in Counseling 2nd Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX.
Enjoys traveling (visits one new country p/year), cooking, dancing, and spending time with family.