Faculty & Staff Profiles

Julie Bates

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Julie Bates

PhD, NCC
Rehabilitation and Counseling

Office: 232 Vocational Rehabilitation
Phone: 715/232-4057
Email: batesjul@uwstout.edu

Research Interests

The impact of offender and ex-offender status on counselor perceptions and efficacy

Impacts of stigma, flourishing, burnout, and working alliance efficacy on counselor effectiveness, client outcomes, and well-being

Professional self-care

Self-stigma

Utilization of addiction-related support/treatment groups and perceived effectiveness/impact

 

PUBLICATIONS

Bates, J. K., Accordino, M., & Hewes, R., (2010). Functions of marijuana use in college students. The Journal of College Student Development, 51(6),637-648.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Bates, J. K. & O'Sullivan, D. Predictors of working alliance effficacy among state VR counselors as a function of ex-offender status, scheduled for the American Counseling Association Conference
March 2013. 

Bates, J. K. Applying Relational-cultural theory to women with addictions: Reconnecting with the self and others. Counseling demonstration (90 minute session), American Counseling Association Conference, March 24, 2012.

Bates, J. K. Suicide and Substance Abuse in Veterans: Examining the Connection through Literature Review. Poster presentation, American Counseling Association Conference, March 23, 2012.

Bates, J. K., & Hunt, B. Grief and loss in addiction: What counselors need to know to help clients cope. Education Session (90 minutes), American Counseling Association Conference, March 26, 2011.

Bates, J. K. Suicide and substance abuse in veterans: Examining the connection through literature review. Poster presentation, National Council on Rehabilitation Education Conference, April 7, 2011.

Tamez, M., & Bates, J. K. TBI and substance abuse in veterans: Review of literature and implications for practice. Poster presentation, National Council on Rehabilitation Education Conference, April 7, 2011.

Bates, J. K. Substance abuse in family systems: Roles and rules that serve to protect and isolate. Education Session(2 hours), The Pennsylvania Counseling Association Conference, October 16, 2010.  

Bates, J. K., Accordino, M., & Hewes, R., (2010). Functions of marijuana use in college students. Poster Presentation, National Council on Rehabilitation Education Conference, April 7, 2010.

O'Sullivan, D., & Bates, J.K. The relationship among education, attributional causes, and stigmatizing tendencies: Examining strategies to reduce the most stigmatized disabilities. Poster Presentation, National Council on Rehabilitation Education Conference, April 7, 2010.

Courses Taught

COUN 725 Social and Cultural Issues in Counseling

COUN 788 Counseling Process Laboratory 

COUN 794 Internship Seminar

COUN 752 Group Dynamics

COUN750 Counseling Theory

Counseling Experience

Career Counselor, Bank of America Career Services Center, The Pennsylvania State University, August 2011 – December 2011.

Substance Abuse Clinician,Habit OPCO, Inc., Springfield, MA, September 2007 – August 2009.

Counselor, Mental Health Association, Avon Place, Springfield, MA, September 2006 – October 2007.


Prior Teaching Experience

Instructor, Department of Counselor Education, Counseling Psychology, and Rehabilitation and Human Services, The Pennsylvania State University, Summer 2011 & Fall 2011.

  • RHS 301 Introduction to RHS
  • CNED 843 Prevention Programming

 Adjunct Faculty, Department of Rehabilitation and Disability Studies, Springfield College, Springfield, MA, January 2008 – May 2009.

  • RHDS 485 Treatment Methods in Substance Abuse Rehabilitation
  • RHDS 487 Substance Abuse and Family Treatment


GUEST LECTURES

Bates, J. K. Adult children of alcoholics/children of substance abusers: Characteristics, roles, and considerations. Guest Lecturer, Kinesiology 445, Alcohol and Drug Education, September 15, 2011.

Bates, J. K. Opiates and stimulants: Routes of administration, effects, and physical and psychological consequences. Guest lecturer, Kinesiology 445, Alcohol and Drug Education, February 14, 2011.

Bates, J. K. Refugees, homeless populations, and self-care. Guest lecturer, RHS 300,Introduction to Rehabilitation and Human Services, November 1, 2010.

Bates, J. K. Substance abuse in family systems: Roles and Rules that govern addictivefamilies. Guest lecturer, RHS 197A, October 11, 2010.

Bates, J. K. Methamphetamine. Guest lecturer, RHS 197A, October 18, 2010.

Bates, J. K. Heroin, cocaine, and methamphetamine: Short and long-term effects. Guest lecturer, Kinesiology 445, Alcohol and Drug Education, March 17, 2010.

Bates, J. K. Opiates, Stimulants, Hallucinogens, & Depressants: How and why would someone use drugs? Guest lecturer, Kinesiology 445, Alcohol and Drug Education, September 9, 2010.

 

Professional Memberships

American Counseling Association

Chi Sigma Iota, Iota Sigma Chi chapter faculty advisor, University of Wisconsin-Stout

Pi Lambda Theta