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Tracy Leinbaugh

Associate Professor Emerita
Counseling & Higher Eduacation
McCracken Hall 220
leinbaug@ohio.edu
740.593.0846

Dr. Tracy Leinbaugh holds the B.A. in Psychology from St. Olaf College and the M.Ed. in Clinical and Mental Health and School Counseling from the University of Idaho, a School Psychology Specialists degree from the University of Idaho. She then received the Ph.D. in Counselor Education from the University of Idaho. Dr. Leinbaugh is licensed as a Professional Clinical Counselor with a supervisor endorsement, and has been licensed as a School Counselor and a School Psychologist in three states. She teaches courses in Counselor Education, and her major research interests include faculty development of counselor educators, children and adolescents with disabilities and their families, and school counselorswork with students with disabilities.

 

Most Recent Publications:

 

Leinbaugh, T. (2009). Students with disabilities and their families: Information for the school counselor. In B. Erford (Ed.), Professional school counseling: A handbook of theories, programs and practices (2nd ed.). (pp. 741-748). Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.

 

Leinbaugh, T., Hazler, R., Bradley, C., & Hill, N. (2005). Women counselor educators: Encouraging and discouraging factors in academia. Journal of Counseling and Development, 83(3), 374-380.

 

Leinbaugh, T. (2004). Students with disabilities and their families: Information for the school counselor. In, B. Erford (Ed.), Professional school counseling: A handbook of theories, programs and practices, (pp. 647-654). Austin, TX: Caps Press.

 

Leinbaugh, T. (2003). The door to a special place. In H. Kaduson, & C. Schaefer (Eds.), 101 play therapy techniques (3rd ed.). (pp. 195 198). Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson.

 

Leinbaugh, T., Hazler, R., Bradley, C., & Hill, N. (2003). Factors impacting counselor educator subjective sense of well-being. Counselor Education and Supervision, 43(1), 52-64.

 

Leinbaugh, T. (2001). School counselors and the inclusion of students with disabilities. Ohio Journal of Professional Counseling. . Retrieved fromhttp://www.ohiocounseling.org/docs/JA/Article%20for%20OJPC%202.doc


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