Faculty

Simone Lambert

Simone Lambert

Degrees

  • Ph.D., Counseling and Counselor Education, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2001.
  • M.S., Counseling Psychology, University of Southern Mississippi, 1997.
  • B.A., Psychology, University of New Orleans, 1995.

Biography

Dr. Simone Lambert is an Associate Professor in Counseling at Argosy University, Washington DC. She is a licensed professional counselor and national certified counselor, serving as a counselor and supervisor over the past two decades. Dr. Lambert's research interests include addiction prevention, counselor wellness, sensory processing disorder, and issues related to children, adolescents, and families. Dr. Lambert was the recipient of the 2010 International Association of Addictions and Offenders Counselors (IAAOC) Addictions/Offender Educator Excellence Award. She is a past-president of IAAOC, a division of the American Counseling Association. Her current professional leadership includes serving as the IAAOC representative to the American Counseling Association Governing Council. Additionally, she has served as the editor of ACAeNews. Dr. Lambert has published numerous book chapters and articles primarily focused on issues related to addiction, youth, and families.

Memberships

  • American Counseling Association
  • Association for Children and Adolescents in Counseling
  • Association for Counselor Education and Supervision
  • Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling
  • Chi Sigma Iota, Sigma Phi Sigma Chapter
  • International Association of Addictions and Offenders Counselors
  • Northern Virginia Licensed Professional Counselors Association
  • Virginia Counselors Association
  • Virginia Association of Marriage and Family
  • Virginia Association for Counselor Education and Supervision

Selected Publications

  • Robinson, J., Day-Vines, N., & Lambert, S. F. (in press). Coping centers: Ancillary strategies for incorporating play therapy into classrooms. Virginia Counselors Journal, 34.
  • Barto, H., Lambert, S., & Brott, P. (2015). Career adaptability, resiliency and perceived obstacles to career development of adolescent mothers. The Professional Counselor, 5, 53–66.
  • Barto, H., Lambert, S. F., & Brott, P. E. (2015). The career development of adolescent mothers: A review of 25 years of professional literature. Journal of Employment Counseling, 52(2), 65-76.
  • Goodman-Scott, E., & Lambert, S. F. (2015). Professional counseling for children with sensory processing disorder. The Professional Counselor, 5(2), 273-292. doi:10.15241/egs.5.2.273
  • Branco Alvarado, S., Rho, J. L., & Lambert, S. F. (2014). Counseling families with emerging adult transracial and international adoptees. The Family Journal, 22, 402-408.
  • Lambert, S. F., Lambert, J. C., & Lambert, S. J., III. (2014). Distressed college students following traumatic events. VISTAS Online, Article 21, 1-14.
  • Lambert, S. F., & Goodman-Scott, E. (2013). Collaborating with the Peace Corps to maximize student learning in group counseling. The Professional Counselor, 3(3), 131-140.
  • Lambert, S. F., & Lawson, G. (2013). Resilience of professional counselors following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Journal of Counseling & Development, 91, 261-268. doi: 10.1002/j.1556-6676.2013.00094.x
  • Lambert, S. F., & Lawson, G. (2012). Online versus postal surveys: Comparison of two parallel administrations. Virginia Counselors Journal, 32, 6-16.
  • Briggs, M. K., Kipps-Vaughan, D., & Lambert, S. F. (2012). Strategic interventions to address student spirituality. Counseling and Spirituality, 31(2), 99-121.
  • Lambert, S. F. (2011). Ethical and legal issues in addictions outcome research. Counseling Outcome Research and Evaluation, 2(1), 25-36.
  • Lawson, G., Lambert, S. F., & Gressard, R. (2011). Reframing recovery: Developmental considerations for maintaining change. Journal of Addictions & Offender Counseling, 32, 72-83.

Recent Presentations

  • Lambert, S., Goodman-Scott, E., Melton, R., & Gill, G. (2015, March). Advocating for and accommodating clients with sensory processing disorder in session and beyond. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Counseling Association, Orlando, FL.
  • Melton, R., Lambert, S., Goodman-Scott, E., & Gill, G. (2014, July). The impact of training mental health counselors in sensory integrative approaches on treatment planning. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Counseling Association,Orlando, FL.
  • Melton, R., Lambert, S., & Goodman-Scott, E. (2014, July). Recognition, assessment and treatment of sensory processing disorders: A comprehensive understanding for mental health clinicians. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Mental Health Counselors Association, Seattle, WA.
  • Lambert, S. F. (March, 2014). Parents' perceptions of adolescent substance use compared to reported adolescent substance use: Prevention implications. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Counseling Association, Honolulu, HI.
  • Lambert, S. F., & Goodman-Scott, E. (2014, March). ACAC presents, sensory processing disorder: Identifying and serving clients and their families. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Counseling Association Annual, Honolulu, HI.
  • Lambert, S. F., & Goodman-Scott, E. (2013, July). Sensory processing disorder: Identifying and serving clients and their families. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Mental Health Counselors Association, Washington, DC.
  • Lambert, S., & Bodenhorn, N. (2012, March). Restorative justice in the schools: A three-year evaluation of a youth court. Poster presented at the meeting of the American Counseling Association, San Francisco, CA.

L.Angelo Gomez

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Degrees

  • Ph.D., Counseling and Personal Service, The University of Maryland, College Park.
  • M.A., Rehabilitation Counseling, Bowling Green State University, 2000.
  • B.A., Pedagogy of English, the Universidad de Concepción, Chile, 1997.

Biography

Dr. L. Angelo Gomez Riquelme is an Assistant professor in Counseling. He has over 25 years of teaching experience, both as an ESL/Spanish teacher and in counseling. He has presented at conferences of the National Latino/a Psychological Association, American Counseling Association, and American Psychological Association. He is also an active member on several advisory boards and a grant reviewer for the Office of Latino Affairs in Washington, DC. His areas of research interests include qualitative research, counselor education, GBTQI with an emphasis in bisexuality, first generation college students, and Latinas/os. He often teaches the research and multicultural classes for counseling students.

Memberships

  • American Counseling Association
  • National Latino/a Psychological Association
  • American Psychological Association
  • American School Counseling Association
  • Association for Counselor Education and Supervision
  • Counselors for Social Justice
  • Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues in Counseling
  • Association for Humanistic Counseling
  • American Rehabilitation Counseling Association

Selected Publications

  • Ferrer, L., & Gómez, L. A. (2007). Counseling Bisexual Latinos: A dual minority group. In B. Firestein (Ed.), Bisexuality. The psychology and politics of an invisible minority (pp. 246-267). New York, NY: Columbia University Press.
  • Stewart, J., Prestin, E., & Gómez, L. A. (2000). Mujeres, la discapacidad y el uso de Drogas: Intervenciones para los profesionales en el proceso de rehabilitación. Revista Médica de Santiago 3, 17.
  • Stewart, J., & Gómez, L. A. (1999). Interventions in the medical rehabilitation setting with patients who deny disabling conditions. Revista de Servicio Social 1, 2.

Recent Presentations

  • Gómez, L. A. (November, 2014). Counselors and Latinas/os: Working together in the formation of a pan-ethnic group in the digital era. Paper presented at the meeting of the Maryland Counseling Association, John Hopkins University, Columbia, MD.
  • Gómez, L. A. (October, 2014). How to help LGBT Latina/o clients: Strategies and programs to guide counselors and psychologists. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Latina/o Psychological Association, Albuquerque, NM.
  • Gómez, L. A., & Rodríguez, B. (October, 2014). International perspectives: The training of counselors and psychologists in Chile and the US. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Latina/o Psychological Association, Albuquerque, NM.
  • Gómez, A. (March, 2012). Earthquakes and tremors, when the earth shakes: Lessons learned from the Chilean experience through research and practice. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Counseling Association, San Francisco, CA.
  • Gómez, L. A. (March, 2012). Bi-lidation of bisexuals: An invisible minority within a minority, their struggles for validation and acceptance. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Counseling Association, San Francisco, CA.
  • Gómez, L. A. (March, 2010). Transnational counselling: A new approach for the counseling profession in the 21st century. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Counseling Association, Pittsburgh, PA.

Marsha Boveja Riggio

  • Counseling Department Chairperson and Associate Professor
  • Children, Military, Older Adults, Transculturalism and Women
  • Office
  • 739
  • Phone: 703-526-5815
  • Email: Mriggio@argosy.edu
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Degrees

  • Ph.D., Counselor Education and Supervision, University of South Carolina, 2001.
  • M.Ed., Counseling, Bowie State University, 1997.
  • B.A., Psychology, University of Maryland, College Park, 1994.

Biography

Dr. Riggio’s background includes 20 years of mental health experience that involves 15 years in the U.S. Army as a Behavioral Science Specialist/Mental Health Officer and several years as a Licensed Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor where she has a private counseling and supervision practice in Washington, DC and Maryland. In addition to over a decade of counselor education experience, she has worked as a counselor, educator, administrator, and senior manager in various school and community agencies. Dr. Riggio has 14 years of higher education experience; 12 years of education experience working with preschoolers-high school; 10 years of senior management experience; and much experience conducting local, state, and national workshops/trainings/research via private and public funds/grants. She is the Executive Director of the Maryland Counseling Association, Past-President of Maryland Counseling Association, President of the Maryland Association for Marriage and Family Counseling, and Board of Director for the William V.S. Tubman University Foundation in Liberia. Her research interests are around children, military, older adults, transculturalism, and women.

Memberships

  • American Counseling Association
  • Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors
  • Association for Multi-Cultural Counseling and Development
  • Association for Spirituality, Ethics, Religion, and Values in Counseling
  • Chi Sigma Iota
  • Maryland Counseling Association
  • Maryland Association of Marriage and Family Counselors
  • Maryland Association of Multicultural Counseling and Development
  • Maryland Association of Spirituality, Ethics, Religion and Values in Counseling

Selected Publications

  • Riggio, M.B. (2008, April). Caregiver resource guide. Columbia, MD: Retirement Living Television.
  • Riggio, M.B. (2007, December). Online and multimedia guide book. Columbia, MD: Retirement Living Television.
  • Riggio, M.B. (2007, August). RLTV research connections: 150+ facts about those 55+. Columbia, MD: Retirement Living.
  • Boveja, M.E. (Riggio) & McFadden, J. (2000). Urban adolescents and violencia. In Sandhu (Ed.) Faces of Violence: Psychological Correlates, Concepts and Interventions.
  • Ashton, L. & Boveja, M.E. (1999, Fall). The intern experience: Professional opportunity, personal challenge. Chi Sigma Iota Exemplar, 14 (3), 5.
  • Rotter, J. & Boveja, M.E. (1999). Counseling military families. The FamilyJournal, 7(4) 379-382.
  • Rotter, J. & Boveja, M. E. (1999). Families and schools: A collaborative endeavor. The Family Journal, 7 (3) 276-279.
  • Boveja, M.E. (1998). Parenting styles and adolescents' learning strategies in the urban community. Journal of Multicultural Counseling Development, 26 (2) 110-119.

Recent Presentations

  • Riggio, M. (2015, February, June & December). Supervisory relationships, supervision models, multicultural and group supervision, & legal issues and ethics in counseling. Training presented for the Liscensed Professional Counselors in Maryland supervision training series. Columbia, MD.
  • Riggio, M. (2014, March). The confident you: Taking charge of your life. Keynote Speaker for the Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission. Bowie, MD
  • Riggio, M. (2014, March). Supervising Clinicians Working with Adolescents. American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry. Baltimore, MD.
  • Riggio, M. (2013, March). Treatment of Children in Military Families. Maryland Mental Hygiene Administration Annual Child & Adolescent Mental Health Conference. Baltimore, MD.
  • Riggio, M. (2010, November). Working with the challenging supervisee. Keynote Speaker at the Licensed Professional Counselors in Maryland annual conference. Columbia, MD

Stephanie Dailey

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Degrees

  • Ed.D., Counselor Education and Supervision, Argosy University, Washington, D.C., 2011.
  • M.A., Professional Counseling, Argosy University, Washington, D.C., 2005.
  • B.S., Psychology, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1997.

Biography

Stephanie F. Dailey is an Assistant Professor of counseling at Argosy University in Washington, DC. Dr. Dailey is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Virginia as well as a National Certified Counselor, a certified trauma professional, and an Approved Clinical Supervisor. She specializes in working with individuals and groups from a wide range of multicultural backgrounds on counseling issues ranging from normal situational and developmental issues to living and coping with severe and persistent mental illness. As a certified American Red Cross disaster mental health responder and liaison to the American Red Cross disaster mental health partners for the American Counseling Association (ACA), she is also trained to work with disaster survivors, first responders, and emergency preparedness personnel. Dr. Dailey has published and presented regionally and nationally on topics such as crisis and trauma counseling, disaster mental health, counseling assessment and diagnosis, ethics and the integration of spirituality and/or religion into counseling. Her latest publication is lead author of the book, DSM-5 Learning Companion for Counselors, published by ACA. In 2015, Dr. Dailey served as the senior co-chair of the ACA Ethics Committee; president of the Maryland Counseling Association; President-elect for the Association for Spiritual, Ethical and Religious Values in Counseling (ASERVIC); and chair of the Argosy University Institutional Review Board.

Memberships

  • American Counseling Association
  • Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling
  • Association for Counselor Education and Supervision
  • Association for Assessment and Research in Counseling
  • American Counseling Association Traumatology Interest Network
  • Chi Sigma Iota, Sigma Phi Sigma Chapter Member
  • Maryland Counseling Association
  • Virginia Counselors Association
  • Virginia Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling
  • Virginia Association for Counselor Education and Supervision
  • Southern Region Association for Counselor Education and Supervision

Selected Publications

  • Dailey, S. F., Gill, C. S., Ray, S., Barrio-Minton, C. A. (2014). DSM-5 learning companion for counselors. Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.
  • Dailey, S. F., Gill, C. S., Ray, S., Barrio-Minton, C. A. (2014). Historical underpinnings, structural and philosophical changes, and practice implications of the DSM-5. The Professional Counselor, 4, 166-178.
  • Dailey, S. F., Gill, C. S., Ray, S., Barrio-Minton, C. A. (2014). Disruptive mood dysregulation disorder: Implications and integration for counselors. The Professional Counselor. Manuscript submitted for publication.
  • Dailey, S. F., & Kaplan, D. (2014). Shelter-in-place and mental health: An analogue study of well-being and distress. Journal of Emergency Management. 12, 121-131.
  • Dailey, S. F., & Kaplan, D. (2014). Advancing the counseling profession: Disentwining disaster mental health from traditional crisis intervention. Manuscript submitted for publication.
  • Dailey, S. F., Robertson, L., & Gill, C. S. (2013). The Spiritual Competency Scale: Further analysis. Journal of Measurement and Evaluation. 48(1) 15–29.
  • Dailey, S. F. (2013). Disasters and spirituality: A case study. In T. E. Robert and V. Kelley (Eds.), Critical Incidents in Integrating Spirituality into Counseling (pp. 117-128). Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.

Webinar/Podcast (National)

  • Dailey, S. F. (2015, May). Using the DSM-5: Countdown to October 2015 Are you ready? Wrap up and bonus session. Webinar presented by the American Counseling Association.
  • Dailey, S. F. (2015, April). Using the DSM-5: Countdown to October 2015. Are you ready?: General introduction and gender dysphoria. Webinar presented by the American Counseling Association.
  • Dailey, S. F. (2014, September). Using the DSM-5. Podcast presented by the American Counseling Association.

Recent Presentations

  • Jungersen, T. S., Walker, L. & Dailey, S. F. (2015, March). The Survivor Therapy Empowerment Program (STEP): An Intervention for Intimate Partner Violence Trauma. Presented as a Learning Institute at the meeting of the American Counseling Association , Orlando, FL.
  • Bowden, K., & Dailey, S. F. (2015, March). ACA Ethics Committee Panel. Presented as an Education Session at the meeting of the American Counseling Association , Orlando, FL.
  • Dailey, S. F., & Jungersen, T. S. (2015, March). Sheltering in place and lockdown: Evidence-based knowledge all counselors need to know. Presented as an Education Session at the meeting of the American Counseling Association, Orlando, FL.
  • Webber, J. M., Mascari, J. B., Lawson, G., Jordan, K., Jungersen, T., & Dailey, S. F. (2014, March). Disaster mental health essential skills and competencies. Presented as a Learning Institute at the meeting of the American Counseling Association, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • Dailey, S. F., & Gill, C. S. (2013, October). DSM 5: Teaching strategies for counselor educators and supervisors. Paper presented at the meeting of the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision,. Denver, CO.

Don Trahan, Jr.

  • Assistant Professor
  • Counselor pedagogy; ethics; intersectionality; multiculturalism and social justice initiatives; theories of counseling in contemporary society.
  • Office
  • 755
  • Phone: 703-526-5875
  • Email: dtrahan@argosy.edu
Don Trahan, Jr.

Degrees

  • Ph.D., Counselor Education, University of New Mexico, 2013
  • M.A., Educational Leadership, University of New Mexico, 2015
  • M.A., Clinical Psychology, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, 2010

Biography

Dr. Trahan is a strong advocate for multiculturalism and social justice. Trahan specializes in multicultural counseling with an emphasis on advocating for historically marginalized groups and/or individuals. His scholarly work focuses on the integration of counseling theories, multicultural issues, and ethical decision-making processes, which has led to the publication of several articles and nationwide presentations addressing such issues. Moreover, his pedagogical practices consist of concepts based upon culturally responsive teaching and leadership. Trahan endeavors to assist his students with developing the competencies required to examine, address, and resolve issues in their communities with a critical lens. This same critical lens is the driving force behind his advocacy for social change.

Memberships

  • American Counseling Association (ACA), August 2010 to Present
    • Divisions: Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES)
    • Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development (AMCD)
    • Association for Specialist in Group Work (ASGW)
  • American Psychological Association (APA), August 2010 to Present
    • Division: Society of Group Psychology and Group Psychotherapy
  • Chi Sigma Iota Counseling Honor Society (CSI): (September 2010-Present)
  • North Atlantic Region Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (NARACES), January 2014 to Present

Selected Publications

  • Trahan, Jr., D. P. & Goodrich, K. M. (2015). You think you know me, but you have no idea: Dynamics in African American families following a son or daughter’s disclosure as LGBT. The Family Journal, 23(2), 147-157.
  • Trahan, Jr., D. P. & Lemberger, M. E. (2014). Critical race theory as a decisional framework for the ethical counseling of African American clients. Counseling Values, 59, 112-124.
  • Goodrich, K. M., Selig, J., & Trahan, Jr., D. P. (2012). The self-report family inventory (SFI): An exploratory factor analysis. Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development, 45(4), 245-256.

Recent Presentations

  • Trahan, Jr., D. P. & Williams, D. E. (October, 2014). Do you know?: The intersection of cultural identities from a clinical lens. Association for Black Culture Centers. Champaign, IL.
  • Trahan, Jr., D. P. (September, 2014). Counselor educators teaching practices in a multicultural society. North Atlantic Region Association for Counselor Education and Supervision. Providence, RI.
  • Trahan, Jr., D. P. & Goodrich, K. M. (September, 2014). Family dynamics post disclosure: The African American experience. ALGBTIC National Conference. New Orleans, LA.
  • Trahan, Jr., D. P. & Clayton, J. (October, 2013). Retaining and graduating students of color. Association for Black Culture Centers. Auburn, AL.