Elysia V. Clemens, PhD
248 McKee Hall
Elysia is an assistant professor in the Counselor Education and Supervision Department and is coordinator of the Professional Counseling Programs. She is a 2008 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Her research interests include school counseling and child/adolescent mental heath/continuity of care.
Selected Scholarly Activities
- Clemens, E. V., Welfare, L. E., & Williams, A. (2011). Elements of successful school reentry after psychiatric hospitalization. Preventing School Failure, 55, 202-213.
- Clemens, E. V., Carey, J., & Harrington, K. (2010). The school counseling program
implementation survey: Initial instrument development steps and exploratory factor analysis. Professional School Counseling, 14, 125-134.
- Clemens, E. V., Welfare, L. E., & Williams, A. (2010). Tough transitions: Mental health care professionals’ perception of the psychiatric hospital to school transition. Residential Treatment for Children & Youth, 24, 243-263.
- Clemens, E. V., Milsom, A., & Cashwell, C. S. (2009). Using Leader-Member Exchange theory to examine principal-school counselor relationships and school counselors’ roles, job satisfaction, and turnover intentions. Professional School Counseling,13, 75-85.
- Wachter, C. A., Clemens, E. V., Lewis, T. F.(2008). Exploring school counselor
involvement of administrative and familial stakeholders and school counselor burnout through an Adlerian theoretical framework. Journal of Individual Psychology, 64, 432-449.
- Wachter, C. A., Barrio, C., & Clemens, E. V. (2008). Crisis-specific supervision of school counselors: The P-SAEF model. Journal of Professional Counseling: Practice, Theory, & Research, 36, 13-24.