Amy M. Rees is an associate professor of counseling psychology and co-coordinator of the Professional Mental Health Counseling Program. Her research and teaching interests include GLBT issues, feminist therapies, counselor supervision, and ecosystemic child/adolescent treatment.
Areas of Expertise
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgendered Issues; Feminist Therapies; Counselor Supervision; Ecosystemic Child/Adolescent Treatment
- Rees-Turyn, A.M, Doyle, C., Holland, A. & Root, S. (2008). Sexism and sexual prejudice (homophobia): The impact of the gender belief system and inversion theory on sexual orientation research and attitudes toward sexual minorities. Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling, 2 (1), 2-25.
- Rees-Turyn, A.M. (2007). Coming out and being out as activism: Challenges and opportunities for mental health professionals in red & blue states. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Psychotherapy,11 (3-4) , 155-172.
- Rees, A. M., Luzzo, D, Gridley, B., & Doyle. C (2007). Relational personality theory and Holland typology among women: an exploratory investigation. Career Development Quarterly. 55 (3), 194-205.
- Wisdom, J.P., Rees A.M., Riley, K.J. & Weis, T.R. (2007). Adolescent perceptions of the gendered context of depression: “Tough” boys and objectified girls. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 29 (2), 144-162.
- Padulo, M. & Rees, A.M. (2005). Motivating women with disordered eating towards empowerment and change using narratives of archetypal metaphor. Women & Therapy, 29 (1/2).
Ph.D. 1998, M.A. 1995 Ball State University, B.S. 1993 Purdue University