Faculty & Staff Profiles

Denise Brouillard

Ph.D. Counselor Education and Supervision

Office: 233 Heritage Hall
Phone: 715/232-2599
Email: brouillardd@uwstout.edu

Education

University of Minnesota, Twin Cities: Bachelor Of Arts, Major; Psychology

St. Cloud State University, Master of Science, Concentration; Community Counseling Psychology

University of Nevada, Reno: Ph.D. Counseling and Educational Psychology, Concentration; Counselor Education and Supervision, CACREP Accredited

Research Interests

Professional Ethics including faculty and student professional behavior, faculty and student relationships; developmental issues of adoptees; child and adolescent emotional and behavioral development.

Recent Publications:

Flom, B., Brouillard, D.Z., & Rothaupt, J. (2010). Addressing racial identity development in an introductory school counseling course. American Counseling Association: VISTAS 2010.

Zirkle Brouillard, D., & Shumate, S (2009). Graduate counseling student perceptions of peer and supervisor ethical conduct. Wisconsin Counseling Journal, 23, 13-24.

Zirkle, D., Jensen, M., Collins-Marotte, J., R Murphy, R., & Maddux, C. (2002). Therapeutic Practices and Ethical Beliefs of Professionals Working with Adolescents in Residential Treatment. Counseling and Values (2), 108-117.

Zirkle, D., Peterson, T, & Collins-Marotte, J. (2001). The school counselor's role in academic and social adjustment of late-adopted children. Professional School Counseling, 4, 366-369.

Smaby, M., Maddux, C., Zirkle, D., & Henderson, N. J. (2001). On-line peer review editing, online submissions, and publishing articles on the World Wide Web. Counselor Education and Supervision, 40, 163-169.

Smaby, M., Maddux, C., Zirkle, D., & Henderson, N. J. (2000). Professional counseling journals: Implementing on- line editing and peer review. Counselor Education and Supervision, 40, 2-7.

Courses Taught

SCOUN/SPED 447/647: Emotional and Behavioral Problems of Children and Adolescents

SPSY 777: Legal and Ethical Issues for School Counselors and Psychologists

SCOUN 733: Lifespan Career Development

SCOUN 789/790-Elementary and Secondary Internship

SCOUN 792: Post Secondary School Practicum