Division of Counseling and Psychology
Professional Title: Professor of Counseling and Psychology; Director of Field Training
Areas of Academic Focus and Expertise: Counseling Psychology, Identity formation, Social Justice, Women’s issues, Feminist Pedagogy
Area of Work and Concentration at Lesley: Counseling Psychology, Field Training
Representative List of Recent Courses Taught: • Orientation to Professional Psychology • Clinical Skills and the Counseling Process • The Psychology of Culture and Identity • Feminist Theories and Therapies • Professional Integrative Seminar
Education: Ed.D., Boston University
Representative List of Recent Publications / Exhibitions:
Gentile, L., Ballou, M., Roffman, E., and Ritchie, J. “Supervision for social change: a feminist ecological perspective” in Women and Therapy, 33: 1-6, 2010.
Llera, D., Roffman. E., Saleem, R., and Dass-Brailsford, P. Teaching to transform: multicultural competence and classroom practice. Asian Journal of Counseling, Vol. 16 No. 1. 51-66. (2009).
Llera, D., Cathcart, D., and Roffman, E. Crossing borders Making homes: Stories of resilient women. Baltimore, Md. Publish America. (2009).
Roffman, Eleanor. Ethics and activism. In Feminist therapy theory and practice; 20 years later. New York: Springer. (2009).
Roffman, Eleanor. The impact of gendered violence and globalization on rural women in Asia. Asian Journal of Counseling, Vol. 13 No. 1 93-106, (2008).
Eleanor Roffman’s teaching has centered around issues of identity and cultural transformation including addressing clinical skill building through anti-racist, feminist and social justice, and theoretical formulations and applications. Her community work addresses women’s issues both locally and globally with a focus on the Middle East. Her research and presentations address ethics, activism, feminist pedagogy and international perspectives on socially just peace building. She is director the Field Training Office of the Counseling Psychology Division.
Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Clinical Mental Health Counseling:Holistic Studies Specialization
Clinical Mental Health Counseling:Trauma Studies Specialization
Clinical Mental Health Counseling:School and Community Specialization
Counseling Psychology: Professional Counseling Specialization
Counseling Psychology: School Counseling Specialization
Counseling and Psychology for Educators, Clergy, Managers and Health and Human Service Professionals
Professional Development in Counseling Psychology
Trauma Studies in Counseling and Psychology
Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in Counseling Psychology
Counseling and Psychology Faculty
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