Stephanie R. Graham
315 Education Building
1000 Bascom Mall
Madison, Wisconsin 53706
Dr. Stephanie Graham joined the faculty in 2014 as a Clinical Professor and Director of the Counseling Psychology Training Clinic. She is also currently serving as the Director of Clinical Training for the PhD program in Counseling Psychology. Prior to her work at UW, she was the Director of Counseling Services at Edgewood College and taught adjunct courses at UW. Dr. Graham maintains a private psychotherapy practice in Madison and works with individuals and couples with a clinical focus on supporting queer clients, older high school and college students, and collegiate athletes. She is a licensed psychologist in Wisconsin and a registered Health Service Provider.
In her free time, she enjoys hiking, SUPing, cooking with family and friends, and spending time with her twin daughters!
- PhD Counseling Psychology, Auburn University, 2009
- MA Clinical Psychology, University of Houston-Clear Lake, 2003
- BS Psychology, Texas A&M University, 1999
- 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)