Selected Publications

Presentations

Grants

Training

Selected Publications

Kaplan, D., Tarvydas, V. M., & Gladding, S. 20/20: A vision for the future of counseling: The new consensus definition of counseling. Journal of Counseling & Development, In Press.

Tarvydas, V. M., Hartley, M. T., Jang, Y. J., Johnston, S., Moore-Grant, N., Walker, Q., O'Hanlon, C., & Whalen, J. (2012). Collaborating with the disability rights community: Co-writing a code of ethics as a vehicle for ethics education. Rehabilitation Research, Policy, and Education, 26(2 & 3), 241-254.

Tarvydas, V. M., & Barros-Bailey, M. (2010). Ethical dilemmas of rehabilitation counselors: Results of an international qualitative study. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 53(4), 204-212. [Joint special edition of Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, and The Rehabilitation Professional].

Estrada-Hernandez, N., Smiling, Q.R., & Felder, D. (2006). Ethical considerations for rehabilitation administrators and counselors working as consultants. Rehabilitation Administration 30(4), 217-228.

Presentations

Hartley, M., & Tarvydas, V. M. (2014, March 29). Sustaining ethical boundaries: A challenge to delivering rehabilitation counseling services in clients' homes and communities. Paper presented at the Annual Conference, Honolulu, HI.

Hartley, M., & Tarvydas, V. M. (2014, March 14). Special session on licensure and certification. Panel discussant at the Spring Conference, Manhattan Beach, CA.

Johnston, S., Hartley, M., & Tarvydas, V. M. (2014, March 13). The ethics and practice of social media advocacy. Panel discussant at the Spring Conference, Manhattan Beach, CA.

Johnston, S., Hartley, M., & Tarvydas, V. M. (2014, March 13). The ethics and practice of social media advocacy. Panel discussant at the Spring Conference, Manhattan Beach, CA.

Tarvydas, V. M., Estrada Hernandez, N., & Vazquez-Ramos, R. (2013, April 18). Applied participatory ethics: Bridging the social justice chasm between counselor and client. Panel discussant at the Spring Conference , San Francisco, CA.

Tarvydas, V. M., Hartley, M. T., Johnston, S., Butler, M., Gerald, M., & Sories, F. (2013, April 18). Reflections on code writing as a vehicle for ethics education. Panel discussant at the Spring Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Grants

Estrada Hernandez, Noel (Principal Investigator), "Measuring Participatory Ethics of Certified Rehabilitation Counselors: A Confirmatory Study ," Sponsored by College of Education Research Fund , The University of Iowa, $650.00.

Estrada Hernandez, Noel (Co-Investigator), & Tarvydas, Vilia Marie (Co-Investigator), "Measuring Participatory Ethics in Rehabilitation Counseling," Sponsored by Iowa Measurement Research Foundation, University of Iowa, College of Education, The University of Iowa, $18,601. (January, 2013–December, 2013).

Training

2014 ETHICS WEBINAR SERIES: ETHICAL-LEGAL ISSUES - Ethical-Legal Landmines for Rehabilitation Counselors An Advanced Webinar Series Focusing on Three Important Ethical-Legal Themes:

Red Flags in Forensic and Court Settings

Issues in ADA-Related Harassment, Discrimination, and Retaliation Claims

Ethical Aspects of Guardianship: New Perspectives and Frontiers

 

2012-13 Ethics Webinar Series Archives [Coming Soon].

 

The following courses are offered at The University of Iowa. For information on date and time please visit the University of Iowa’s ISIS system by making a click on the following URL: https://isis2.uiowa.edu/isis2/courses/search.page

07C:180 - Advocacy: Awareness, Assertiveness & Activism

07C:195 - Ethics in Human Relations & Counseling (Fall semesters)

07C:270 - Issues and Ethics in Counseling (Fall semesters)

07C:400 - Seminar: Ethics and Issues in Counseling (Fall semesters of even years)

 

The University of Iowa’s Helping Professionals Workshop consistently offer programs and leadership that has enhanced the personal and professional development of Iowa’s helping professionals. To learn more about this summer learning opportunities visit the following URL: http://www.education.uiowa.edu/rce/ihelp