Dr. Richard Henriksen

Dr. Richard Henriksen

Associate Professor

Richard Henriksen

Research Interests:

  • Multiple Heritage Identity Development
  • Multiple Heritage Individuals, Couples and Families
  • Counselor Ethics
  • Group Counseling
  • Multicultural Training
  • Counselor Education Pedagogy 

Courses Taught:

  • CNE 564 Theories of Counseling
  • CNE 585 Pre-Practicum Techniques of Counseling
  • CNE 592 Cross Cultural Issues in Counseling
  • CNE 674 Supervised Practice in Counseling
  • CNE 686 Field practicum I

Publications

Books

Henriksen, R. C., Jr. (1999). Parenting with morals and values.
Commerce, TX: Blue Horizon Consultants.

Chapters in Books

Henriksen, R. C., Jr., & Trusty, J. (2004). Understanding and assisting
Black/White biracial women in their identity development. In A.R.  
Gillem, & C.A. Thompson, (Eds.), Biracial women in therapy:
Between the rock of gender and the hard place of race (pp. 65-83).
New York: Haworth Press. (Co-published)

Henriksen, R. C., Jr., & Watts, R. E. (2003). Interracial/intercultural
marriages. In J.J. Ponzetti Jr. (Ed.), The international encyclopedia
of marriage and family relationships (2nd Ed.), pp. 937-941. New
York: Macmillan Reference.

Henriksen, R. C., Jr., & Trusty, J. (2002). Racial/ethnic/cultural
identity development. In J. Trusty, E. J. Looby, & D. S. Sandhu
(Eds.), Multicultural counseling: Context, theory and practice, and
competence (pp. 55-104). Huntington, NY: Nova Science.

Refereed Journal Articles

Henriksen, R. C., Jr. (2006). Multicultural counselor preparation: A transformational paradigm. Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Education & Development, 45, 173-185.

Henriksen, R.C., Jr., & Johnson, B. II (2006). Parenting group for parents of children exposed to violence. VISTAS: Compelling perspectives on Counseling 2006, 59-62.

Henriksen, Jr., R. C., & Nikels, H. (2005). Multicultural school counseling with children in grades K-6. VISTAS: Compelling perspectives on Counseling 2005, 141-144.

Henriksen, R. C., Jr., & Trusty, J. (2005). Ethics and values as major factors related to multicultural aspects of counselor preparation. Counseling & Values, 49, 180-192.

Henriksen, R. C., Jr., & Trusty, J. (2004). Understanding and assisting Black/White biracial women in their identity development. Women and Therapy: A Feminist Quarterly, 27(1/2), 65-83. (Co-published)

Henriksen, R. C., Jr., Hamann, E. E., & Holland, R. (2003). Illinois LCPC’s perceptions of counselor preparation. Illinois Counseling Association (ICA) Journal, 151, 5-12.

Henriksen, R.C., Jr., & Watts, R.E. (1999). Cultural self exploration questionnaire. TCA Journal, 27, 65-70.

Watts, R.E., & Henriksen, R.C., Jr. (1999).  Perspectives of a white female in an interracial marriage, The Family Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families, 7, 68-70.

Watts, R.E., & Henriksen, R.C., Jr. (1998).  The interracial couple questionnaire.  Journal of Individual Psychology, 54(3), 368-372.

Henriksen, R.C., Jr. (1997).  Counseling mixed parentage individuals: A dilemma. TCA Journal, 25, 68-74.


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