Lindsey K. Umstead

  • Counseling and Educational Development, UNCG

There are 4 included publications by Lindsey K. Umstead :

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Exploring counselors’ use of research in practice: a CQR study 2019 331 Research is a fundamental part of the counseling field that both informs practice and enhances and unifies the profession (Kaplan & Gladding, 2011; Kaplan, Tardyvas, & Gladding, 2014; Steele & Rawls, 2015). Counselors are encouraged by the American C...
Imposter phenomenon and research experiences among counselor educators 2021 25 Content analysis was employed to explore research experiences and imposter phenomenon (IP) among 25 counselor educators. Six overarching categories emerged including inconsistent areas of efficacy in the research process, supports in conducting resea...
The interaction of imposter phenomenon and research self-efficacy on counselor educator scholarly productivity 2020 41 Research self-efficacy, imposter phenomenon, and scholarly productivity were explored among a sample of 247 counselor educators. In most cases, feeling like an imposter hindered scholarly productivity; however, the interaction of a moderate to freque...
New counselor educators’ scholarly productivity: Supportive and discouraging environments 2019 317 Eighteen new counselor educators shared in-depth reports of their efforts to establish an early record of scholarly productivity, critical to their success in academe. Analyses of their experiences using consensual qualitative research methods reveal...