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Dr. Brandon Wilde

Dr. Brandon Wilde
Title:
Associate Professor
Office:
Remote
Bio:

Education:
PhD Counselor Education & Counseling, Idaho State University, 2010
MS Counseling-Marital, Couple, & Family, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 2007
BS Behavioral Science-Social Work, Utah Valley University, 2002

Bio:
Dr. Brandon Wilde is a professional counselor and counselor educator and has taught in CACREP accredited counseling programs since 2007.  He has over 10 years of experience teaching and supervising Clinical Mental Health, Addiction, and MCFC (Marital, Couple, and Family Counseling) masters students, as well as experience advising doctoral student dissertation research focused on advancing practice within Counselor Education and Supervision. As the 2017 recipient of the CACREP Martin Ritchie Award for Excellence in Advocacy, Dr. Wilde is passionate about promoting a strong action-oriented advocacy identity both in and outside of the classroom. In addition to over thirty peer-reviewed presentations at national, regional, and state counseling conferences, Dr. Wilde has published in The Qualitative Report; Counseling & Values; The Family Journal; The Romanian Journal of Counseling; and The Practitioner Scholar: Journal of Professional Counseling & Psychology and has served as a chapter faculty advisor for Chi Sigma Iota: Academic and Professional Counseling Honor Society, International. Dr. Wilde loves trips to National Parks and any beach where he spends time with his family.

Publications/Presentations/Lectures:
Letourneau, J.L.H., Wilde, B. (2020). Drowning in Confusion:What self-care is and isn’t. American Counseling Association Annual Conference

Letourneau, J.L.H., Wilde, B., & Chan, C. (2019). Defining scholarship in Counselor Education: A Delphi Study. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Biennial Conference, Seattle, WA. 

Binkley, E., Wilde, B., & Elliott, G. (2019). Supervision and the suicidal client. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Biennial Conference, Seattle, WA. 

Letourneau, J.L.H., Wilde, B., Wells, P.C. (2019). Using reflexivity to become a practitioner-researcher. American Counseling Association Annual Conference, New Orlean’s, LA

Letourneau, J.L.H., Wilde, B., Wells, P.C. (2019). Using reflexivity to become a practitioner-researcher. American Counseling Association Annual Conference, New Orlean’s, LA

Binkley, E.E., Rogers, J.L., & Wilde, B.J. (2018). Advocacy for the counseling profession. Interviews with leader-advocates. Romanian Journal of Counseling, 4, (1), 3-17.

Elliott, G. M., Audsley, R. W., Runck, L., Pechek, A. A., de Raet, A., Valdez, A., & Wilde, B. J. (2018). The Development of Self-Efficacy to Work with Suicidal Clients. The Qualitative Report, 23(12), 3004-3018. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol23/iss12/9

Letourneau, J.L.H., Wells, P.C., Howells, R.C., & Wilde, B. (2017). Smarter not harder: Simple ways to turn the work you are already doing into research. American Counseling Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Binkley, E.E., & Wilde, B. (2017). Creative strategies for teaching crisis response. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Biennial conference, Chicago, IL. 

Wilde, B., & Elliott, G.. (2016). Do I really have to ask that? Suicide risk assessment competency in counselor training. American Counseling Association Annual Conference, Montreal, Quebec, CANADA.

Wilde, B., Feit, S.S., Harrawood, L.K., & D.M. (2015). A Phenomenological Exploration of Beginning Counselor Educators’ Experiences Developing a Research Agenda. The Qualitative Report, 20 (7), 996-1008. Retrieved from http://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol20/iss7/4