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Associate Professor, Director, Masters Counseling Program, and Core Counseling Psychology Faculty  

Office: CFO 705
940-898-2317  phone | 940-898-2301 fax | email: mailto:dmollen@mail.twu.edu

Education

Ph.D.

2004

Counseling Psychology with Gender Studies (minor) - Indiana University

M.A.

1998

Counseling Psychology -  University of Denver

B.A.

1993

Psychology (Major) Adelphi University

Courses Taught
Undergraduate Psychology of Women, Cross Cultural Psychology

Graduate Psychology of Sexuality, Cross Cultural Psychology, Practicum, Capstone Proficiencies, Master’s Professional Issues, College Teaching

Research Interests
Women’s sexuality, Childfree women, Reproductive Justice, Multicultural Counseling, Training/Teaching Issues, and Professional Development.

Recent Publications

  • Mollen, D. (in press). Reproductive rights and informed consent: Toward a more inclusive discourse. Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy.
  • Mollen, D., & Mootz. J. (2013). Women’s sexuality: From problems to possibilities. In D. Casteñeda (Ed.),  An essential handbook of women's sexuality. (pp. 311-331). Praeger: Santa Barbara, CA
  • Smith, N.G., Keller, B.K., Mollen, D., Bledsoe, M., Buhin, L., Edwards, L.M., Levy, J.L., Magyar-Moe, J.L., & Yahushko, O. (2012). Voices of early career psychologists in Division 17, the section of counseling psychology. The Counseling Psychologist, 40, 794-825. doi: 10.1177/0011000011417145
  • Mollen, D., Smith, N.G., Levy, J.L., & Magyar-Moe, J.L. (2012). Privilege and belonging: The quest to make the society of counseling psychology more welcoming. The Counseling Psychologist, 40, 856-867. doi: 10.1177/0011000012443857
  • Long, S. L., Mollen, D., & Smith, N.G. (2012). College women’s attitudes toward sex workers. Sex Roles, 66, 117-127.
  • Ridley, C.R., & Mollen, D. (2011). Training in counseling psychology: An introduction to the major contribution. The Counseling Psychologist, 39, 793-799.
  • Ridley, C.R., Kelly, S., & Mollen, D. (2011). Microskills training: Evolution, reexamination, and call for reform. The Counseling Psychologist, 39, 800-824. 
  •  Ridley, C. R., Mollen, D., & Kelly, S. (2011). Beyond microskills: Toward a model of counseling competence. The Counseling Psychologist, 39, 825-864.
  • Ridley, C. R., Mollen, D., & Kelly, S. (2011). Counseling competence: Implications and application of a model. The Counseling Psychologist, 39, 865-886.
  • Mollen, D., Kelly, S.M., & Ridley, C.R. (2011). Therapeutic change: The raison d'etre for counseling competence. The Counseling Psychologist, 39, 918-927.
  • Vinson, C., Mollen, D., & Smith, N.G. (2010). Perceptions of childfree women: The role of perceivers. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 20, 426-432.
  • Mollen, D., & Stabb, S. D. (2010). Women’s sexuality and meaning-making. Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 23, 295-320.
  • Stabb, S. D., Mollen, D., Cruz, C., Simonson, K., Vyas, A., & Brucker, K. H. (2010). Five therapists’ personal and professional reflections and integration. In A. Mahoney and O. M. Espin (Eds) Sin or salvation: The relationship between sexuality and spirituality in psychotherapy (pp. 41-57). New York: taylor & Francis.
  • Mollen, D., & Ridley, C. R. (2010). Cross cultural counseling. In C.S. Clauss-Ehler (Ed.) The Encyclopedia of Cross-Cultural School Psychology (pp. 341-347). Springer.
  • Mollen, D. (2009). In defiance of compulsory mothering: Voluntarily childfree women’s resistance. In G. MacDonald & E. Faulkner (Eds.), Victim no more? Women resisting the label of law (pp. 138-151). Halifax, Nova Scotia: Fernwood Press
  • Ridley, C. R., & Mollen, D. (2008). Cross-cultural counseling competencies. In F.T. L. Leong (Ed.). Volume Four: Cross-Cultural Counseling: Cultural Competence (pp. 1218-1220). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Domingue, R., & Mollen, D. (2009). Attachment and conflict communication in adult romantic relationships. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 678-696.
  • Mollen, D. (2009). In defiance of compulsory mothering: Voluntarily childfree women’s resistance. In G. MacDonald & E. Faulkner (Eds.), Victim no more? Women resisting the label of law. [city]: Fernwood Press.
  • Leistyna, P., & Mollen, D. (2008). Teaching social class through alternative media and by dialoging across disciplines and boundaries. Radical Teacher, 81, 20-27.
  • Stabb, S. D., Mollen, D., Cruz, C., Simonson, K., Vyas, A., & Brucker, K. H. (2008). Five therapists’ personal and professional reflections and integration. Women in  Psychotherapy Special Edition: Women’s Sexuality & Spirituality, 31, 41-57.
  • Mollen, D. (2008). Guidance and guidelines for the theory and practice of feminist therapy. [Review of the book Feminist therapy, theory, and practice: A contemporary practice]. Sex Roles, 59, 900-902.
  • Hahn, K., & Mollen, D. (2008). Exploring our past, anticipating our future. [Review of the book The Foundation and Future of Feminist Therapy]. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 32, 340-341

Honors/Grants/Service

  • 2013-2014      APA Division 17 Section for the Advancement of Women (SAW), Chair-Elect
  • 2013-2014      Graduate Dean Search Committee, Member
  • 2013-present   Faculty Awards Committee, Chair
  • 2012-2013      Faculty Evaluation and Development Committee
  • 2011-2012      Student Research Award Coordinator, APA Division 17 Section on the Advancement of Women (SAW)
  • 2010-2012      Program Chair, APA Division 17 Section on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender Issues (SLGBTI)
  • 2009               Mary Mason Lyon Award, Winner
  • 2008-present   Faculty Awards Committee
  • 2008               Texas Woman’s University Favorite Faculty Member, Nominee                                  

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