Hannah Bayne

Hannah Bayne
University of Florida | UF · Counselor Education

PhD

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Introduction
Hannah Bayne currently works In the Counselor Education and Supervision program at the University of Florida. Hannah does research in empathy development, cultural broaching in counseling and supervision, counselor education and supervision, and integration of religion and spirituality in the counseling relationship.
Additional affiliations
June 2009 - August 2011
Old Dominion University
Position
  • Research Assistant

Publications

Publications (32)
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In this study, we explored variation in religious value conflict navigation through a Q‐sort procedure of strategies for reaching an affirming stance toward counseling lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) clients. Factor analysis of the correlation matrix revealed a five‐factor solution accounting for 63% of the variance. We cons...
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Many individuals experienced increased isolation and loneliness due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions on social activities, yet the impacts of this isolation can be more pronounced for vulnerable populations such as LGBTQ+ youth. In order to offer a destigmatized space for LGBTQ+ youth to connect during the pandemic, facilitators at the University...
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In advance of the practicum and internship experiences, counselor educators are challenged to provide realistic simulations of the counseling relationship for students. We describe a pilot collaboration between an introductory counseling and an applied theatre course to elucidate the mutual benefits of incorporating theatrical improvisation into th...
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The Political Identity and Relational Impact Scale (PIRI) is a self-report scale of personal and relational responses to political conflict. This article describes the development and exploratory factor analysis of the scale. The selected model consists of 30 items and a four-factor structure with high internal consistency.
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We conducted a content analysis of counseling scholarship related to Whiteness for articles published in national peer-reviewed counseling journals within the 35-year time frame (1984–2019) following the publication of Janet Helms’s seminal work on White racial identity. We identified articles within eight counseling journals for a final sample of...
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The use of Consensual Qualitative Research (CQR) within counseling literature , specifically counselor education, has increased since 2013; however, the application of the method varies across counseling studies. Therefore, we used a modified content analysis to code 58 CQR counseling studies from 2003-2017 to examine whether and how each study adh...
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In this article, we propose using the enneagram to enhance counselor empathy by considering how personality affects the perspectives and motivations of both the counselor and the client. We discuss the nine personality styles, present a process of counselor self- and other-awareness, and provide implications for practice.
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Youth who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or questioning (LGBTQQ) often experience heterosexism, homophobia, prejudice, and bullying in addition to the typical demands of adolescent development. Applied theatre programs have been shown to empower youth, improve mental health and well-being, and create positive identity and i...
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The purpose of this article is to present a systematic review of the structural and psychometric properties of 20 Whiteness scales that relate to multiple dimensions of Whiteness (i.e., racism, antiracism, race essentialism, White racial identity, White racial consciousness, colorblind racial ideology, White privilege, psychosocial costs of racism,...
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In this phenomenological study, we interviewed 12 counselors who identified as both religious and able to provide ethical and competent counseling to lesbian and gay clients. Participants discussed their lived experiences providing counseling. Our analysis revealed three primary themes: seeking congruence, responding to lesbian and gay clients, and...
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Political identity represents a salient component of counselor and client identity tied to one’s values and beliefs. The 2016 U.S. presidential election has been viewed as an especially divisive political environment that may have heightened emotion and elevated personal and collective political identities to new levels of awareness. We present fin...
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In this study, we explored findings from a Rasch analysis of the Empathic Counselor Response Scale using a new sample of professional counselors. We examined differences between cognitive and affective empathy, explored whether counselors view highly empathic statements as most helpful, and offered suggestions for future research.
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In this secondary analysis using a previous dataset, the authors explored, via a phenomenological research tradition, how 8 counselors of color responded to clients’ microaggressive behaviors. Researchers identified 3 major themes in the data: (a) buffering and bracing for racial microaggressions, (b) experiencing the intrusions of racial microaggr...
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Values‐based conflicts, such as between counselor religiosity and ability to work with lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) clients, can present a challenge for counselors and trainees who seek to provide ethical and competent care. Because empathy can facilitate understanding a client's frame of reference, the authors examined the relationships betwee...
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Empathy has been linked to therapeutic alliance and positive client outcomes. However, the operationalization of empathy varies in definition and measurement, presenting challenges for assessment. This study describes the formulation of the Empathic Counselor Response Scale (ECRS), examines scale properties using Rasch analysis, and considers futur...
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The religious and spiritual identity of a client may be relevant to the counseling process, and thus counselors should be prepared to integrate these components within treatment. The authors consider the assessment and exploration of God representations (i.e., God images and concepts) to understand and integrate religious and spiritual meanings wit...
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The authors conducted a qualitative study using phenomenological inquiry to explore the nature and essence of international students' experience of utilizing religion/spirituality to cope with acculturative stress. Twelve students from 2 public universities and diverse religious/spiritual traditions participated. Results suggest that religion/spiri...
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Counselors have been licensed to practice in all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia since 2009, but licensure portability (the ability to transfer a license from one state to another) remains elusive, due in large part to variations in educational and training requirements between states. In this article, we extend the American Counseling...
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Clients who experienced trauma may be unable to access the language to describe the events, emotions, or continued physiological and psychological impacts of trauma on their current experiences. In this article, the authors provide an overview of how trauma impacts the brain and explore a person’s capacity for emotional literacy. The authors presen...
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Broaching, or the acknowledgment of racial and cultural factors, is a strategy for counselors working with diverse client populations. In this phenomenological study, the authors explored the lived experiences of 8 professional counselors of color regarding their broaching behaviors. The authors present 4 resulting themes (intentionality, consideri...
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The authors present a new multidimensional framework for empathy through the development and analysis of the Conditions for Empathy in Counseling Scale. Exploratory factor analysis led to retention of 6 factors related to counselor conceptualization of empathic processes. The rationale, procedures, initial data, and implications for counseling are...
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Empathy development is foundational to counselor training, yet there is scant research on techniques for teaching empathy aside from traditional microskills models. The authors discuss empathy as a skill set, highlight how improvisation (improv) can be used to enhance training, and describe how to incorporate improv activities within the classroom.
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This article explores the impact of sexual and religious identity on college student development, examining developmental models and discussing how counselors can assist gay and lesbian students with integrating these 2 personal identities. Treatment approaches are presented, and the article concludes with an examination of ethical and professional...
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Relationship violence is a salient concern on college campuses today, and psychoeducational groups may be an appropriate prevention format. This article describes a study measuring the impact of college student participation in the HEART (Help End Abusive Relationships Today) program, a series of group sessions designed to increase knowledge and aw...
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This article describes the historical antecedents of empathy, elaborates on the Rogerian definition of basic and advanced empathy, and relates how some authors have expanded on those definitions. It then describes six creative and novel empathic responses that fit the original Rogers definition of empathy: reflecting deeper feelings, pointing out d...
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Significant efforts have been made in recent years to integrate training in spirituality and religion into counselor training programs. This article highlights issues that may be encountered by some trainees and suggests that constructivist teaching principles be used to mitigate these concerns. The authors present recommendations and activities in...
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Empathy is an important component of the doctor–patient relationship, yet previous studies point to its steady decline in medical students as they progress through medical school and residency programs. Empathy training has thus been identified as a goal of instruction, yet it is unclear how this training can best be implemented within the medical...

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Based on a larger qualitative study, this manuscript will present a subtheme identified as part of a phenomenological study on counselor of color experiences.
Archived project
Development of a new scale, based on client vignettes and real counselor responses. The scale aims to integrate client and external observer ratings in a scale of applied empathy.