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Dr. Foreman attended The University of North Carolina at Greensboro where she earned a doctorate in Counseling and Counselor Education and doctoral minors in Educational Research Methodology and Human Development and Family Studies. She earned a MS ED in Community Counseling from the University of Dayton and a BA in Psychology from Otterbein College. Dr. Foreman’s research is centered on understanding the impact of working with people who have experienced trauma by examining vicarious traumatization and posttraumatic growth with the goals of illuminating these processes, inspiring wellness, and supporting the developmental journey of counselors and helping professionals.
Research, Engagement, and Outreach interests: Trauma Informed Care, Wellness, Vicarious Traumatization; Maintaining Wellness in Helping Professionals; Post-Traumatic Growth and Resilience.
Most Recent Publications:
Foreman, T. & Bates, P. (2021). Equipping preservice teachers with trauma informed care for the classroom. Northwest Journal of Teacher Education, 16(1), Article 2. DOI: 10.15760/nwjte.2021.16.1.2
Prasath, P., Bhat, C., Mather, P., Foreman, T., & James, J. (2021) Wellbeing, psychological capital and coping of university employees during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Journal of Professoriate, 12, 1-30.
Gunawan, N. & Foreman, T. (2021). Ecological counseling as an integrative cognitive complexity intervention framework for students with COVID-19 pandemic-caused mental health challenges: A practical perspective. Journal of Professional in Guidance and Counseling, 2(2), 38-50. DOI: 10.21831/ProGCouns
Foreman, T., Tangen, J., Fickling, M., & Wester, K. (2020). The impact of trauma exposure: Vicarious traumatization and posttraumatic growth among counselor trainees. The Journal of Counselor Practice, 11(2), 21-43 DOI:10.22229/tio1122020.
Foreman, T. & *Savitsky, D. (2020). Describing the impact of our work as professional counselors: Shared voices. Wisconsin Counseling Journal, 33, 17-31.
Foreman, T. (2018). Wellness, exposure to trauma, and vicarious traumatization: A pilot study. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 40(2), 142-55. https://doi.org/10.17744/mehc.40.2.04
Wester, K. & Foreman, T. (2017). Using research to improve clinical practice. In J. Scott Young & C. Cashwell (Eds.) Clinical mental health counseling: Elements of effective practice (1st ed., pp. 337-360). Sage. https://us.sagepub.com/en-us/nam/clinical-mental-health-counseling/book245778#contents
Foreman, T., Erby, A., Robinson, M., Stevens, R. (2017). Mass shootings: Individual, community, and societal perspectives. In R. Summers (Ed.) Social psychology: How other people influence our thoughts and actions (Vol. 1, pp. 189-211). Greenwood Publishing Group. https://products.abc-clio.com/abc-cliocorporate/product.aspx?pc=A4265C
Foreman, T. (2017). Uncovering Mike. In B. Jones, T. Duffey, & S. Haberstroh (Eds.). Child and adolescent counseling case studies: Fostering developmental, relational, systemic, and multicultural contexts (pp. 233-241). Springer. https://www.springerpub.com/child-and-adolescent-counseling-case-studies-9780826150011.html
Murray, C., Ong, I., Smith, P. H., Foreman, T., Akers, W., Flasch, P., Hostler, M., Guerrero, C., Dooley, R. (2015). Linking research to practice to address domestic and sexual violence: Lessons learned from a statewide conference with research and practitioners. Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research, 7(2), 76-87. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/JACPR-07-2014-0129
Foreman, T. (2015). The architect and the builder: Blueprints for communication. In V. Kress & M. Paylo (Eds.) Treating mental health disorders: A strength-based, comprehensive approach to case conceptualization and treatment. Pearson.