Eastern Mennonite University

Cheree Hammond

Cheree Hammond

Office Phone: (540) 432-4228

Email:

Main Campus, Harrisonburg

Office Location: SB 027

Assistant Professor

MA in Counseling

Cheree` Hammond received a Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision from the University of Virginia and an MA and Ed.S. in Counseling Psychology from James Madison University. Her counseling experience includes work with children and adolescents and their families, with an emphasis on children with disabilities. Cheree’s counseling, teaching and research interests include multicultural intervention, contemplative psychotherapy and supervision practices. Prior to accepting a position at EMU, Cheree` served as a graduate instructor at James Madison University’s Counseling Psychology program. She is excited to be beginning work with Eastern Mennonite Schools in counseling and consultation. Cheree` enjoys yoga, meditation and watching sci-fi with her husband, Scott, and two children, Adriana and Neil.

Education

Ph.D., Counselor Education, 2009, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

M.A., Ed.S. Counseling Psychology, 2003, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA

B.A. Political Science, 1990, Mesa State College, Grand Junction, CO

Publications

Hammond, C. (in press). Contemplative psychotherapy. In E. Neukrug, Encyclopedia of counseling theories. NY: Sage.

Hammond, C. (in press). Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy. In E. Neukrug, Encyclopedia of counseling theories. NY: Sage.

Hammond, C. (in press). Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction. In E. Neukrug, Encyclopedia of counseling theories. NY: Sage.

Hammond, C. (in press). Mindfulness Techniques. In E. Neukrug, Encyclopedia of counseling theories. NY: Sage.

Hammond, C., & Czyszczon, G. (2013). Home-Based family counseling: An Emerging field in need of professionalization, Family Journal, doi 10.1177/1066480713505055.

Hammond, C. (2011). Very early memories: Connecting early interests to interests today, in Ed Neukrug, E., The World of the Counselor, 4th ed.

Cashwell, C., Glosoff, H., & Hammond, C. (2010). Spiritual bypass: A preliminary study. Counseling and Values 54 (2) p. 162-174.

Hammond, C. L. (2010). Case Study: The Miller family. In E. Neukrug Counseling theory and practice, Brooks/Cole Publishing Company. (This initial case study is followed by individual case studies that accompany each theory chapter, pg. 551-615.)

Hammond, C. L. (2010). Self Psychology. In E. Neukrug Counseling theory and practice, Brooks/Cole Publishing Company (pg. 460.)

Hammond, C.L. and Neukrug, E., (2010). Intersubjectivity. In E. Neukrug Counseling theory and Practice, Brooks/Cole Publishing Company (pg 460-462.)

Hammond, C., & Echterling, L. (2008). Factitious disorders. In B.T. Erford (Ed.). The ACA encyclopedia of counseling. American Counseling Association (Ed.) Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.

Scholarly Presentations and Abstracts

Haase, T.J., Early, A., Hammond, C. L. & Koser, N. (November, 2013). Through Different lenses: Drawing from psychoanalysis, attachment theory, multicultural perspective, and person-centered theory to work through a single case, a presentation at the annual meeting of Virginia Counseling Association.

Hammond, C.L. (November, 2013). Therapeutic collaboration with foster parents: Supporting clients struggling with difficult behaviors, a presentation at the annual meeting of Virginia Counseling Association.

Hammond, C.L., Haase, T.J., & Early, A. (October, 2013 Accepted). Cultivating growth through collaboration: Exploring the Successful Remediation Processes, a presentation at the annual meeting of American Counselor Educators and Supervisors, Denver, CO. (Round Table, unable to attend)

Hammond, C. L. (2013, February). Shifting attitudes around the notion of White Privilege: A model, a presentation at the 12th Annual Cross-Cultural Issues in Counseling and Education Conference, Savannah, GA.

Hammond, C. L. (2012, November). Contemplative psychotherapy in the treatment of depression: Conceptualization, treatment and relapse prevention, a presentation at the Virginia Counselor’s Association conference, Fredericksburg, VA.

Hartman, L. & Hammond, C. (2012). Undoing racism and advancing intercultural transformation. Whitestone Mennonite Church, Heston, KS.

Hammond, C. L. (2011, November). Reducing intern anxiety and promoting self-awareness: Enacting applied Buddhist psychology in the supervision setting, a presentation at the annual meeting of the American Counselor Educators and Supervisors, Nashville, TN.

Czyszczon, G., & Hammond, C. (2011, March). Home-Based Family Counseling: An Emerging Field in Need of Professionalization, American Counseling Association Conference in New Orleans.

Hammond, C. L. (2010, April). Straddling Two Worlds: Children & Adolescents of Multi-racial or Bi-cultural Decent. Mental Health Professions Continuing Education Series, Eastern Mennonite University, Harrisonburg, VA.

Hammond, C. L. (2010, March). Understanding White Attitude Shift Around the Notion of White Privilege: A Conceptual Framework. A presentation at the 4th Annual Diversity Conference at James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA.

Meixner, C., & Hammond, C. (2010, March). Allied Faculty Dialogue: Making Sense of Privilege, Power and Personal Responsibility in the Classroom. A presentation at the 4th Annual Diversity Conference at James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA.

Lopez-Baes, S. & Hammond, C. L. (2009, November). Multicultural Counseling: Understanding ethnorelativism, constructive marginality and neurosequential development as factors that influence resistance. A presentation at the annual meeting of the Virginia Counselor’s Association in Williamsburg, VA.

Hammond, C. L. (2009, November). White Privilege Engagement: An Exploration of White Student Attitude Shift Dynamics Around the Notion of White Privilege. A presentation at the annual meeting of American Counselor Educators and Supervisors, San Diego, CA. (Accepted)

Hammond, C. L. (2009, October) Attitude Shift Around the Notion of White Privilege: A Model and Its Implications for Educators. A presentation at the annual meeting of the National Association of Multicultural Educators, Denver, CO. (Accepted)

Hammond, C. L. (2008, September). From color-blind to color-rich: Learning to talk about race. A presentation at the Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation, and Substance Abuse Services: Cultural & Linguistic Competencies Conference, Portsmouth, VA.

Cashwell C., Glosoff, H., & Hammond, C. (2008, April). Spiritual bypass: A preliminary study of college students. A presentation at the meeting of the American Counselors Association, Hawaii. (Listed co-presenter, unable to attend.)

Hammond, C. L. (2008, February). The personal as political: A case study in early efforts in social justice advocacy and peace-building. A presentation at the meeting of the Virginia Association of Counseling Education and Supervisors, Blacksburg, VA.

Hammond, C. L. (2007, November). A new frontier: Understanding and intervening in the changing topography of Asperger’s syndrome/high functioning autism in adolescence. A presentation at the meeting of the Virginia Counselor’s Association, Portsmouth, VA.

Glosoff, H., & Hammond, C. L. (2007, October). Spiritual bypass: A preliminary study of college students. A poster session at the meeting of the American Counselor Educators and Supervisors, Detroit, MI.

Hammond, C. L. (2007, February). An existential lens on counseling relationships with clients with multiracial and/or second generation experiences. A presentation at the meeting of the Virginia Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors, Roanoke, VA.

Hammond, C. L. (2004, February). Understanding high functioning autism. A presentation at the meeting of the Virginia Central Valley Counselor’s Association, Harrisonburg, VA.

Hammond, C.L. (2002, November). Keys to the fortress: Augmentive in-home therapy for autistic spectrum disorders. A presentation at the meeting of the Virginia Counselor’s Association, Williamsburg, VA.

Hammond, C. L., & Sirocky, A., (2000, November). Caring for caregivers: Support for families responding to the crisis of one of its members. A presentation at the Virginia Counselor’s Association, Roanoke, VA.

Church, Community and Professional Service

Fall 2013 Smart Beginnings, Leadership Counsil

Fall 2013 Institutional Review Board

Fall 2013 Eastern Mennonite Schools: Resident in Counseling/Educational Consultant

2012-2013 International Leaders in Education program: Counseling support.

2011-2013 May Semester in Florence, James Madison University: Student support.

2012 Central Valley Counselor’s Association, Board Member; Newsletter

2011-Present Healthy Communities Counsel

2010-2011 Committee Member: Counselors for Social Justice Position Statement on the Development of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual Of Mental Disorders 5th Edition and Proposed Draft Revisions to the DSM Disorders and Criteria.

2009-Present National Organization for Human Services: Human Service Education, Submissions, Reviewer

Summer 2009 American Counseling Association, Proposal Reviewer for ACA’s 2010 Conference

2009-Present Valley AIDS Network, Board of Directors, Member-at-Large

Spring 2009 Curry Symposium on Race: Board Member,
Curry School of Education, University of Virginia

2007-2008 Counselors for Social Justice: Taskforce for Policy Statements: Sub-Committee for Academic Achievement Gaps & Educational Equity K-12, Chair; Sub-Committee for Promoting Human Dignity and Development by Ameliorating Racism, Member

2006-2008 Caregivers Community Network: Advisory Council, Member

Honors, Awards and Grants

March 2010 Provost’s Award for Excellence in Part-Time Teaching: James Madison University

December 2009 (Co-Authored Grant): Innovations in Diversity Education Award: This grant will facilitate training for 30 faculty and graduate students in intergroup dialogue. (In-House $3,500)

Spring 2008 (Co-Authored) In-House CISAT Grant: This grant provided support to two graduate students doing qualitative research in multicultural education

May 2003 Graduate Teaching Award: awarded to the graduate student showing excellence in teaching

May 2002 William Hall Award for Contributions to the Learning Community: “Awarded to the student who has made outstanding contributions to the professional growth of other students through mentorship, shared expertise, presentations at conferences, promoting the values of learning and discovery and significantly advancing the study of counseling.”

Professional Memberships

American Counseling Association
Association for Counselor Education and Supervision
Counselors for Social Justice
National Organization for Human Services
Virginia Counselors Association