Dr. Jennifer Rogers

Jennifer RogersAssistant Professor/Graduate Program Co-Director

Email Address: rogersjl@nullwfu.edu

Mailing Address: Department of Counseling, Box 7406, WFU, Winston-Salem, NC 27109

Faculty member at Wake Forest University since July 2012

Education:

  • Ph.D. in Counseling and Counselor Education, Syracuse University, 2013
  • Certificate of Advanced Study in Conflict Resolution, Maxwell School of Syracuse University, 2011
  • MA in Counseling, Wake Forest University, 2008
  • BFA in Acting and BA in English, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2001

Research and Special Interests:

Brief counseling interventions, clinical supervision, and relational approaches to counseling and counselor preparation across ecologically diverse practice contexts. Current research is focused on how attachment and cognitive patterns among beginning counselors influence their experiences during clinical supervision.

Awards (selected):

  • University Fellow, Syracuse University, 2008-2012
  • Harriet Cook Ellis Dedication to the Field of Counseling Award, Wake Forest University Department of Counseling, 2008

Professional Service (selected):

  • International Association of Addictions and Offender Counselors; Treasurer (2010)
  • Chi Sigma Iota, Sigma Upsilon Chapter, President-Elect (2009-2010); President (2010-2011)

Counseling Experience:

  • Short- and long-term clinical mental health counseling with clients in both primary care and university counseling center settings; brief screening and alcohol interventions with trauma patients in a hospital setting.

Professional Licensure and Memberships (selected):

  • National Certified Counselor
  • American Counseling Association
  • Association for Counselor Education and Supervision
  • Chi Sigma Iota

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Rogers, J.L., Bernard, J.M., Veach, L.J., Moro, R.R., Ivers, N.N., Reboussin, B., Miller, P.M., & O’Brien, M.C. (accepted). Brief counseling for alcohol misuse among trauma patients: Two interventions and influence of baseline use. Journal of Addictions and Offender Counseling.  
  • Veach, L.J., Moro, R.R., Miller, P.M., Reboussin, B., Ivers, N.N., Rogers, J.L., & O’Brien, M.C. (accepted). Alcohol counseling in hospital trauma: Examining two brief interventions. Journal of Counseling & Development. 
  • Ivers, N. N., Rogers, J. L., Borders, L. D., & Turner, A. (2017). Enhancing multicultural counseling competence in supervision with interpersonal process recall. The Clinical Supervisor.
  • Rogers, J.L. & Stanciu, E.A. (2015). Toward an understanding of Relational Cultural Theory. Romanian Journal of Counseling, 1(1).
  • Stanciu, E.A. & Rogers, J.L. (2015). Emotional intelligence and clinical competencies of counseling students. Romanian Journal of Counseling, 1(1).
  • Ivers, N. N., Veach, L. J., Moro, R. R., Rogers, J. L., & O’Brien, M. C. (2015). Brief alcohol counseling interventions in a trauma setting with Latina/o clients. Annual Review of Best Practices in Addictions and Offender Counseling.

Grants

  • Rogers, J.L., Gilbride, D.G., Luke, M.M., & Goodrich, K.M. Attachment Style, Cognitive Distortions, and Supervision of Counseling Students. Wake Forest University Pilot Research Grant Program, Spring 2017, $2400, funded.
  • Luke, M.M., Rogers, J.L., Goodrich, K.M., & Gilbride, D.G. Cognitive Distortions, Attachment Style, & Supervision of Counseling Students. Syracuse University School of Education, $3400, 2016-2017, funded.

Book Chapters

  • Veach, L. J., Rogers, J.L., Moro, R.R., & Essic, E.J. (2016). Substance addictions. In D. Capuzzi & M.D. Stauffer (Eds.) Foundations of Addictions Counseling, 3rd ed, pp. 18-47. Boston: Pearson.
  • Veach, L. J. Rogers, J.L., Moro, R.R., Essic, E.J., McMullen, & J.W. (2016). Process addictions. In D. Capuzzi & M.D. Stauffer (Eds.) Foundations of Addictions Counseling, 3rd ed, pp. 48-65. Boston: Pearson.

Professional Presentations (selected)

  • Rogers, J.L., Luke, M.M., Gilbride, D.G.,& Goodrich, K.M (October 5-8, 2017). Attachment, Use of Cognitive Distortions, and Experiences in Supervision Among Counseling Students. Association of Counselor Education and Supervision Biennial Conference. Chicago, IL.
  • Crockett, J.E. & Rogers, J.L. (October 5-8, 2017). Grief, fear, hope: Addressing pregnancy loss in counselor education. Association of Counselor Education and Supervision Biennial Conference. Chicago, IL.
  • Rogers, J.L., Gilbride, D.G., Luke, M.M., & Goodrich, K.M. (October 6-9, 2016). Cognitive Distortions, Attachment Style, & Supervision. Southern Association of Counselor Education and Supervision Biannual Conference.  New Orleans, LA.
  • Crockett, J.E. & Rogers, J.L. (October 6-9, 2016). Invisible Grief: Issues of Early Pregnancy Loss in Counseling and Counselor Education. Southern Association of Counselor Education and Supervision Biannual Conference.  New Orleans, LA.
  • Rogers, J.L., Warden, S.P., Emerson, C.H., Forti, A.S., & Cashwell, T.H. (October 9-12, 2014). Leaning in without losing balance. Southern Association of Counselor Education and Supervision Biannual Conference. Birmingham, AL.
  • Forti, A.S. & Rogers, J.L. (October 9-12, 2014). I’m no expert, I’m just the intern: Consultation and supervision in medical settings. Southern Association of Counselor Education and Supervision Biannual Conference. Birmingham, AL.
  • Rogers, J.L., Gilbride, D.G., Luke, M.M., & Goodrich, K.M. (February 22-24, 2017). Cognitive Distortions, Attachment Style, & Supervision. North Carolina Counseling Association Annual Conference, Durham NC.
  • Rogers, J., Binkley, E.E., Warden, S. P., Cashwell, T. H., Emerson, C. H., & Forti, A. (February 12-14, 2016). Rethinking clinical supervision: A fresh look at common challenges.  All-day pre-conference training at the North Carolina Counseling Association Annual Conference.  Greensboro, NC. (invited)