Ryan Reese, PhD

Assistant Professor, Counseling
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Office: 541-322-2021

Graduate & Research Center

Graduate & Research Center 115

650 SW Columbia Street

650 SW Columbia Street
Bend, OR 97702
Ph.D. Counseling & Counselor Education—University of North Carolina at Greensboro
M.Ed./Ed.S School Counseling & Guidance—University of Florida
B.S. Biopsychology—Western Washington University
Licensed Professional Counselor (OR)
Licensed Professional School Counselor (OR)
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Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications

Reese, R. F. (2016). EcoWellness & guiding principles for the ethical integration of nature into counseling. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 38, 345-357. doi:  10.1007/s10447-016-9276-5

Reese, R. F., Seitz, C. M., Stroud, D., Lehman, B., Caldwell, S., Ecklund, C., & Winn, A. (2016). YouTube nature preferences:  A content analysis study. Journal of Humanistic Counseling, 55, 183-199. doi:  10.1002/johc.12033

Reese, R. F., Myers, J. E., Lewis, T. F., & Willse, J. T. (2015). Construction and initial validation of the Reese ecowellness inventory. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 37, 124-142. doi:  10.1007/s10447-014-9232-1 

Courses Taught: 

CMH/School Counseling Pre-Practicum (COUN 513)
CMH Practicum (COUN 514)

CMH/School Counseling Internship (COUN 515)

Developmental Perspectives in Counseling (COUN 531)

The Counseling Profession (School Counseling) (COUN 541)

Foundations of Clinical Mental Health Counseling (COUN 550)

Theories & Techniques in Counseling I (COUN 551)

Theories & Techniques in Counseling II (COUN 552)

Group Counseling Procedures I (COUN 571)

Cross-Cultural Counseling (COUN 581)

Foundations of EcoWellness (COUN 499/599)

OSU Cascades

Dr. Ryan Reese is an assistant professor of Counseling at Oregon State University - Cascades in Bend, Oregon. He holds licenses as a licensed professional counselor, licensed school counselor, national certified counselor, and approved clinical supervisor. His research agenda focuses on connection with non-human nature and how intentional and contextual affiliations might be integrated effectively into clinical and educational settings.

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