UW-Madison - Department of Counseling Psychology Faculty - Mindi Thompson

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Main Office

Department of
Counseling Psychology

School of Education
UW-Madison
335 Education Building
1000 Bascom Mall
MadisonWI  53706-1326

Tel: 608/262-4807
Fax: 608/265-3347

Email: counpsych@education.wisc.edu
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Mindi Thompson

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Mindi Thompson

Associate Professor
Counseling Psychology (CP)

333 Education Building  binoculars icon
1000 Bascom Mall
Madison, WI 53706
Office: 608/265-4760

mnthompson@wisc.edu

Curriculum Vitae

Personal Biography

Licensure Psychologist, State of Wisconsin (#2841-057) Health Service Psychologist, National Register (#52829), 7/2010


Education

Ph D, Psychology, Concentration in Counseling Psychology
The University of Akron
Akron, OH

MA, Psychology, Concentration in Counseling Psychology
The University of Akron
Akron, OH

BA, Psychology, Sociology
Kalamazoo College
Kalamazoo, MI


 

 

Scheduled Teaching

  • Spring 2015 - Consultation Proc-Counselor
    Course Prefix: 270, Course Number: 850, Section: 002, Minimum Credit Hours: 3, Maximum Credit Hours: 3, Course Level: Graduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture
     
  • Fall 2014 - Counseling Psychology Practicum – Foundational
    Course Prefix: 270, Course Number: 900, Section: 301, Minimum Credit Hours: 3, Maximum Credit Hours: 3, Course Level: Doctoral, Course Delivery Mode: Discussion
     
  • Fall 2014 - Research Methods in Counseling Psychology
    Course Prefix: 270, Course Number: 950, Section: 001, Minimum Credit Hours: 3, Maximum Credit Hours: 3, Course Level: Doctoral, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture
     
  • Fall 2013 - Counseling Psychology Practicum – Foundational
    Course Prefix: 270, Course Number: 900, Section: 301, Minimum Credit Hours: 3, Maximum Credit Hours: 3, Course Level: Doctoral, Course Delivery Mode: Discussion
     
  • Fall 2013 - Research Methods in Counseling Psychology
    Course Prefix: 270, Course Number: 950, Section: 001, Minimum Credit Hours: 3, Maximum Credit Hours: 3, Course Level: Doctoral, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture
     

Publications

  • Thompson, M.N., Nitzarim, R., Cole, O., Frost, N., Ramirez Stege, A., & Vue, P. (2015). Clinical Experiences with Clients who are Low-Income: Mental Health Practitioners’ Perspectives. Qualitative Health Research.
  • Heppner, P., Wampold, B., Owen, J., Thompson, M.N., & Wang, K. (in press). Research Design in Counseling (4th Ed.). Research Design in Counseling (4th Ed.).
  • Thompson, M.N., Diestelmann, J., Keller, A., O, C., & Minami, T. (2014). Influence of social class perceptions on attributions among mental health professionals. Psychotherapy Research.
  • Thompson, M.N., Her, P., & Nitzarim, R.S. (2014). Personal and contextual variables related to work hope among underrepresented undergraduate students. Journal of Career Assessment.
  • Thompson, M.N., & Graham, S. (2014). Self Efficacy Beliefs. In P. Hartung, M. Savickas & B. Walsh (Eds.), Handbook of Career Inteervention. American Psychological Association.
  • Thompson, M.N., Nitzarim, R.S., Her, P., & Dahling, J.J. (2013). A grounded theory exploration of undergraduate experiences of vicarious unemployment. Journal of Counseling Psychology.
    Online Publication/Abstract
  • Thompson, M.N. (2013). Career barriers and coping efficacy among Native American students. Journal of Career Assessment.
    Online Publication/Abstract
  • Dahling, J.J., & Thompson, M.N. (2013). Detrimental relations of maximization with academic and career attitudes. Journal of Career Assessment.
    Online Publication/Abstract
  • Thompson, M.N., & Subich, L.M. (2013). Development and Exploration of the Experiences With Classism Scale. Journal of Career Assessment.
    Online Publication/Abstract
  • Thompson, M.N., & Dvorscek, M. (2013). Empirical Treatments and Social Class. In W.M. Liu (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Social Class in Counseling. Oxford University Press.
  • Dahling, J.J., Melloy, R., & Thompson, M.N. (2013). Financial strain and regional unemployment as barriers to job search self-efficacy: A test of social cognitive career theory. Journal of Counseling Psychology.
    Online Publication/Abstract
  • Thompson, M.N., Johnson-Jennings, M., & Nitzarim, R. (2013). Native American Undergraduate Students’ Persistence Intentions: A Psychosociocultural Perspective. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology.
    Online Publication/Abstract
  • Thompson, M.N., & Phillips, J.C. (2013). Promoting College Retention in First Generation College Students. The Oxford Handbook of Prevention in Counseling Psychology. Oxford University Press.
  • Thompson, M.N., & Dvorscek, M. (2013). Social class and empirical support for treatment. Handbook of Social Class in Counseling Psychology.
  • Thompson, M.N., & Dahling, J.J. (2012). Perceived Social Status and Learning Experiences in Social Cognitive Career Theory. Journal of Vocational Behavior.
    Online Publication/Abstract
  • Thompson, M.N., Cole, O.D., & Nitzarim, R.S. (2012). Recognizing Social Class in the Therapy Relationship: A Grounded Theory Exploration of Low Income Clients. Journal of Counseling Psychology.
    Online Publication/Abstract
  • Thompson, M.N., & Subich, L.M. (2011). Social Status Identity: Antecedents and Vocational Outcomes. The Counseling Psychologist.
    Online Publication/Abstract
  • Nitzarim, R., & Thompson, M.N. (2011). Vocational Privilege Walk. Experiential Activities for Teaching Career Counseling Classes and for Facilitating Career Groups (Volume III).
  • Dahling, J.J., & Thompson, M.N. (2010). Contextual supports and barriers to academic choices: A policy-capturing analysis. Journal of Vocational Behavior. 77, 374-382.
    Online Publication/Abstract
  • Thompson, M.N., & Cummings, D.L. (2010). Enhancing the career development of ex-offenders. Career Development Quarterly. 58, 209-218.
  • Thompson, M.N., & Dahling, J.J. (2010). Image Theory and Career Aspirations: Indirect and Interactive Effects of Status-Related Variables. Journal of Vocational Behavior. 77(1), 21-29.
    Online Publication/Abstract
  • Cummings, D.L., & Thompson, M.N. (2009). Suicide, manipulation, or neither: A call to action for mental health workers in jails and prisons. Journal of Mental Health Counseling. 31, 201-212.
  • Elicker, J., Thompson, M.N., Snell, A., & O’Mally, A. (2009). Training for multiculturally sensitive teaching: Is believing that we are emphasizing diversity enough? Journal of Diversity in Higher Education. 2, 63-77.
    Online Publication/Abstract
  • Werth, J.L., Cummings, D.L., & Thompson, M.N. (2008). Legal and ethical issues affecting counseling psychologists. In S. D. Brown & R. W. Lent (Eds.), Handbook of Counseling Psychology, (pp. 3-20). New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Thompson, M.N., & Subich, L.M. (2007). Exploration and validation of the Differential Status Identity Scale. Journal of Career Assessment. 15, 227-239.
    Online Publication/Abstract
  • Tokar, D.M., Thompson, M.N., Plaufcan, M., & Williams, C.M. (2007). Precursors of learning experiences in Social Cognitive Career Theory. Journal of Vocational Behavior. 71, 319-339.
    Online Publication/Abstract
  • Thompson, M.N., & Subich, L.M. (2006). The relation of social status to the career decision-making process. Journal of Vocational Behavior. 69, 289-301.
    Online Publication/Abstract
  • Thompson, M.N., Graham, S.R., Brockberg, D., Chin, M., & Jones, T. Considering Social Class in Psychology Training Clinics: An Integrated Training Model. Manuscript in preparation.

Presentations

  • Thompson, M.N., Nitzarim, R., Her, P., & Dahling, J. (2013). Ending the Cycle: Grounded Theory Exploration of Undergraduate Experiences of Vicarious Unemployment., American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Honlulu, HI.
  • Thompson, M.N., Her, P., & Nitzarim, R. (2013). Understanding Hope as a Motivating Factor in Undergraduate Students' Academic and Career Development, American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Honlulu, HI.
  • Melloy, R., Dahling, J.J., & Thompson, M.N. (2013). Effects of financial strain and unemployment on job search self-efficacy, 2013 Annual Meeting of the Society fo Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Houston, TX.

Awards and Honors

  • Society of Vocational Psychology 2014 Early Career Professional Award
    Organization: APA
    Date(s): 2014

Memberships

  • Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
    Member Since: 2013
  • Global Taskforce for Humanitarian Work Psychology
    Member Since: 2011
  • Association for Women in Psychology
    Member Since: 2009
  • National Career Development Association
    Member Since: 2009
  • Society for Vocational Psychology
    Member Since: 2004
  • Society of Counseling Psychology
    Member Since: 2000
  • American Psychological Association
    Member Since: 1999
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