Dr Jeffrey M. Warren

  • Assistant Professor
  • School Administration and Counseling , UNCP
  • jeffrey.warren@uncp.edu
  • 910-775-4414
  • UNC Pembroke, Education Center, Room 346
  • Pembroke NC 28372

Dr. Warren is Director of the Professional School Counseling Program at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. His research interests include school counselor consultation, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, clinical supervision, and technology in counseling. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor and National Certified School Counselor.

There are 12 included publications by Dr Jeffrey M. Warren :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Addressing Barriers to Effective RTI through School Counselor Consultation: A Social Justice Approach 2015 482 Response to Intervention (RTI) is a culturally responsive framework developed to provide targeted, evidence-based instruction to all students in regular education settings. A goal of RTI is to reduce the disproportionate number of students of color r...
Detrimental Association: An Epistemological Connection of Dysfunction Within and Across Paradigms 2015 567 The notion of common factors in counseling and psychotherapy theory is not new. This article contends that detrimental associations are the root of dysfunction and are common to all theories of counseling and psychotherapy. The article defines detrim...
Effects of School Counselors’ Cognitive Behavioral Consultation on Irrational and Efficacy Beliefs of Elementary School Teachers 2013 0 Consultation is an indirect service frequently offered as part of comprehensive school counseling programs. This study explored the efficacy of a specific model of consultation, rational emotive-social behavior consultation (RE-SBC). Elementary schoo...
Elementary School Teachers’ Beliefs and Emotions: Implications for School Counselors and Counselor Educators 2012 0 An understanding of teacher beliefs and emotions is invaluable for school counselors developing comprehensive counseling programs. This study explored the relationships among elementary school teachers’ beliefs and emotions. Teachers (n = 42) complet...
Mobile Mind Mapping: Enhancing Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy through Mobile Technology 2012 3837 Counseling and technology intersect in many ways. Email, chat rooms, and websites, for example, are used frequently in counseling. Now, smartphones and smartphone applications can also be used during the counseling process. Mobile mind mapping tools ...
A Phenomenological Analysis of Invisibility Among African-American Males: Implications for Clinical Practice and Client Retention 2014 632 This article reports the results of a phenomenological study of racial identity development that asked the following questions: How do African-American males cope with invisibility experiences? What role do counselors play in assisting African-Ameri...
Rational Rhymes for Addressing Common Childhood Issues 2011 1700 Music-based interventions are valuable tools counselors can use when working with children. Specific types of music-based interventions, such as songs or rhymes, can be especially pertinent in addressing the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors of chil...
School Counselor Consultation: Enhancing Teacher Performance through Rational Emotive-Social Behavioral Consultation 2013 288 School counselors can support teachers and students experiencing social-emotional issues by providing consultation. One viable model of consultation school counselors can utilize is Rational Emotive-Social Behavioral Consultation (RE-SBC). This artic...
School Counselor Consultation: Teachers’ Experiences with Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy 2013 1823 Professional development in schools is often conducted to assist teachers in curriculum, instruction, and general pedagogy. Little emphasis is placed on social-emotional issues experienced by teachers, although high levels of stress and burnout are c...
Three Tiered Model Toward Improved Self-Awareness and Self-Care 2014 1811 Pre-service counselors can benefit from self-monitoring models aimed at improving self-awareness and self-care strategies. The proposed Three Tiered Model Toward Improved Self-Awareness and Self-Care (SASC) provides a process to assist pre-service co...
Trauma and Treatment in Early Childhood: An Historical and Emerging Review of the Literature for Counselors. 2015 488 Young children are especially susceptible to exposure to trauma. Rates of abuse and neglect among this population are staggering. This article presents a review of relevant literature, including research findings specific to early childhood vulnerabi...
Where School Consultation and Teacher Education Meet: Addressing Barriers to Implementing Response to Intervention 2017 198 A clear understanding of how school counselors can support teachers through consultation while implementing RTI is unknown. This study builds on research in school counselor consultation, focusing specifically on supporting teachers implementing RTI ...