Associate Professor – Associate Dean for Students, Graduate School of Arts & Sciences
Faculty member at Wake Forest University since July 2012
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Mailing Address: Department of Counseling, Box 7406, WFU, Winston-Salem, NC 27109
- PhD 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:
Clinical supervision, systemically-informed case conceptualization, and relational approaches to counseling and counselor preparation across ecologically diverse practice contexts. Current research examines how attachment and cognitive patterns among beginning counselors influence their experiences during clinical supervision.
Awards and Honors:
- Wake Forest University Center for the Advancement of Teaching Inaugural Teaching Award, 2020
- Outstanding Scholar Award, Concept/Theory, The Professional Counselor, 2019
- Early Career Development Program for Women, Women in Medicine and Science, Wake Forest School of Medicine, 2019
- Outstanding Scholar Award, Concept/Theory, The Professional Counselor, 2018
Refereed Journal Articles:
- Rogers, J.L., Goodrich, K.M. Gilbride, D.D., & Luke, M. (2020). Preliminary validation of the Feelings Experienced in Supervision Scale (FESS). Counselor Education and Supervision, 59(2), 129-144.
- Rogers, J.L., Luke, M., Gilbride, D.D., & Goodrich, K.M. (2019). Supervisee attachment, cognitive distortions, and difficulty with corrective feedback. Counselor Education and Supervision, 58(1), 18-32.
- Rogers, J.L., Crockett, J.E., & Suess, E. (2019). Miscarriage: An ecological examination. The Professional Counselor, 9(1), 51-66.
- Rogers, J.L., Gilbride, D.D., & Dew, B.J. (2018). Utilizing an ecological framework to enhance counselors’ understanding of the U.S. opioid epidemic. The Professional Counselor, 8(3), 226-239.
- Rogers, J.L., Bernard, J.M., Veach, L.J., Moro, R.R., Ivers, N.N., Reboussin, B., Miller, P.M., & O’Brien, M.C. (2018). Brief counseling for alcohol misuse among trauma patients: Two interventions and influence of baseline use. Journal of Addictions and Offender Counseling, 39(2), 89-105.
- Rogers, J.L. & Gilbride, D.D. Experiences in Supervision: Affective Responses to Corrective Supervisory Feedback. ACES Research Grant Program, 2018.
- 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.
- 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, 2016-2017.
- Rogers, J.L. (August 25, 2020). Understanding supervisees’ experiences of corrective feedback. Addiction Research and Clinical Health 2020 Symposium Applying What Works: Effective Addiction Care Strategies Across the Healthcare Continuum. Presented by Wake Forest School of Medicine and Wake Forest University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (Invited talk).
- Rogers, J.L. (August 14, 2019). Ecological and relational perspectives for clinical understanding. Half day workshop. Addiction Research and Clinical Health 2019 Symposium Cutting Edge Techniques & Treatments. Presented by Wake Forest School of Medicine and Wake Forest University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (Invited talk).
- Rogers, J.L., Goodrich, K.M., Gilbride, D.G., & Luke, M. (October 2019). Understanding supervisees’ difficulty with corrective feedback: Initial validation of two brief supervision instruments. Association of Counselor Education and Supervision Biennial Conference. Seattle, WA.
- Rogers, J.L. (May 13, 2018). An Ecological Approach to Understanding Opioid Abuse in Rural America. McLeod Institute on Addiction. Charlotte, NC (Invited talk).
- Rogers, J.L., Gilbride, D.D., & Dew, B.J. (April 26-29, 2018). An Ecological Approach to Understanding Opioid Abuse in Rural America. American Counseling Association Annual Conference. Atlanta, GA (**IAAOC featured presentation; presentation selected for video recording and continuing education module by ACA).
Short- and long-term clinical mental health counseling with clients in primary care, university counseling center, and addictions treatment settings; brief screening and alcohol interventions with trauma patients in a hospital setting; private practice psychotherapy and consultation.
Professional Service (selected):
- Co-Chair, American Counseling Association Awards Committee (7/1/2020-6/30/2023)
- Editorial Board Member, Journal for Specialists in Group Work (2018-present)
Professional Licensure and Memberships:
- National Certified Counselor
- American Counseling Association
- Association for Counselor Education and Supervision
- Association for Specialists in Group Work
- North Carolina Board of Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselors
- Dr. Erin Binkley
- Dr. Robert Casares
- Dr. Tammy Cashwell
- Dr. Philip Clarke
- Dr. Jamie E. Crockett
- Dr. Nikki Elston
- Dr. Carla Emerson
- Dr. Isabel C. Farrell
- Dr. Allison Forti
- Dr. Michelle Ghoston
- Dr. Jasmine Graham
- Dr. Amy L. Grybush
- Dr. Seth Hayden
- Dr. Nathaniel Ivers
- Dr. David Johnson
- Dr. Bob Nations
- Dr. Sarah Moore
- Dr. Jennifer Rogers
- Louise Schatz
- Dr. Mark Scholl
- Dr. Kenneth Simington
- Dr. George Stoupas
- Dr. Jose Villalba
- Dr. Brittany E. Wyche