Stephanie R. Graham

Clinical Professor

srgraham2@wisc.edu

(608) 347-2320

315 Education Building

1000 Bascom Mall

Madison, Wisconsin 53706

Graham, Stephanie

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Dr. Stephanie Graham joined the faculty in 2014 as a Clinical Professor and Director of the Counseling Psychology Training Clinic. Prior to her work at UW, she was the Director of Counseling Services at Edgewood College and maintained a private psychotherapy practice. She is a licensed psychologist in Wisconsin and a registered Health Service Provider.

Education

  • PhD Counseling Psychology, Auburn University, 2009
  • MA Clinical Psychology, University of Houston-Clear Lake, 2003
  • BS Psychology, Texas A&M University, 1999

Select Publications

  • Frost, N., Graham, S., Ramirez Stege, A., Pankey, T. L., Jones, T., & Martinez, E. M. (2020). Bridging the gap: Addressing the mental health needs of underrepresented collegiate students at psychology training clinics. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 14(2), 138-144. Online Publication/Abstract.
  • Ramirez Stege, A., Chin, M. Y., & Graham, S. (2019). A critical post-colonial and resilience-based framework of supervision in action. Training and Education in Professional Psychology Online Publication/Abstract.
  • Thompson, M. N., Graham, S., Brockberg, D., Chin, M. Y., & Jones, T. (2017). Advancing training in session fees through psychology training clinics. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice Online Publication/Abstract.
  • Harper, A. J., Finnerty, P., Martinez, M., Brace, A., Crethar, H. C., Loos, B., Harper, B., Graham, S. R., Singh, A., Kocet, M., Travis, L., & Lambert, S. (2013). Association for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues in counseling competencies for counseling with lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, questioning, intersex, and ally individuals.. Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling, 7, 1-42.
  • Graham, S. R., Carney, J. S., & Kluck, A. S. (2012). Perceived competency in working with LGB clients: Where are we now?. Counselor Education and Supervision, 51, 2-16.
  • Graham, S. R., & Liddle, B. J. (2009). Multiple relationships lesbian and bisexual psychotherapists encountered while practicing in LGB communities: How close is too close?. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 40, 15-21.
  • Graham, S., (2007). AIDS outreach: A call to advocacy. The Reflection, 7.
  • Graham, S., (2005). Revealing racism [Letter to the editor]. Monitor on Psychology, 4.

Select Awards and Honors

  • Participant Leader, Leadership Institute for Women in Psychology, American Psychological Association, 2020
  • Excellence in Diversity, School of Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2019
  • Clinic Innovation Award, Association of Psychology Training Clinics, 2018
  • Outstanding Early Career Supervisor/Trainer, American Psychological Association, Society of Counseling Psychology, Section for Supervision and Training, 2016
  • Staff Award for Social Justice, Edgewood College, 2012
  • Outstanding Doctoral Student, Graduate School, Auburn University, (2006, 2007)