Professional Bio

Education

  • Ph.D., Counselor Education, University of New Mexico, 1998; CACREP accredited Minor: Research in Multicultural Counseling, Dissertation: An Examination of the School Counseling Component of the Traverse Outreach Project
  • M.A., Counseling Psychology & Counselor Education, University of Colorado-Denver, 1992, CACREP accredited
  • B.A., Psychology, Bowling Green State University, 1988

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Certifications & Expertise

Practice Licensure
  • Licensed Professional Counselor in Colorado (LPC) #2110

Professional Memberships

  • American Counseling Association (ACA)
  • Rocky Mountain Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (RMACES)
  • Colorado Counseling Association (CCA), Conference Committee Member (2012-present), Governing Board Member, Awards Chair (Spring 2011-present)

Research & Scholarship

Recent Publications

Cates, J., Huntington, J., & Arman, J. (2013). Applying the Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm in Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy. Regis University Journal of Higher Education, 2(1).

Recent Presentations (Refereed)

Arman, J.  Counseling children and adolescents within the context of the family. Colorado Counseling Association Annual Conference, Creating Community through Social Justice: Unlocking Invisible Fences.  Platform. Denver, CO. 2014.

Arman, J. Educating the Psyche, Soma, and Soul of Counseling Students in Clinical Practicum: Using Culture as a Backdrop of the Student Learning Experience. One-hour breakout session at the Wyoming Counseling Association (WCA) Annual Conference,  Jackson Hole, WY.   Fall, 2013.

Arman, J., Huntington, J, & Cates, J.  Applying the Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm in Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy, Regis University Celebration of Research, Scholarship and Creative Excellence.  Denver, CO  Spring, 2013.

Arman, J. (Spring, 2013). Applying the Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm (IPP) in Counselor Education, Colorado Counseling Association (CCA).

Arman, J. (Fall, 2012). Ethics in Counseling: What to do When You Hit a Rare Bird in Mid-Flight: An ethical decision Making Model. One-hour breakout session at the Rocky Mountain Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (RMACES), Park City, Utah.

Arman, J. (Spring, 2012). Ethical case studies: When you hit a rare bird in mid-flight. One-hour breakout session at the Colorado Counseling Association (CCA) Annual conference, Parker, CO.

Arman, J. (Spring, 2011). Group Counseling with Grieving Children. One-hour breakout session at the Colorado Counseling Association (CCA) Annual Conference, Denver, CO.

Arman, J. (Fall, 2010). A Group Counseling Model for Working with Grieving Children. Presentation at Rocky Mountain Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (RMACES) in Jackson, WY.

Reynolds, J., Bennett, S, Medina, S., Sablatura, P., & Arman, J. (Fall, 2009). The eros of community: Transforming the landscape of Counselor Education programs through relational leadership. One-hour presentation at the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES) national conference in San Diego, CA.

Select Invited Presentations

Arman, J. (Fall, 2012). MFT/MAC Affiliate day.  Scheduling and the Affiliate Process. Affiliate Orientation in the Graduate Counseling Program, CPS, Regis University.

Arman, J. & Fidel Rice, A. (Spring, 2011). Graduate Student Stress Management: A Holistic Approach. Regis University, Internship Fair presentation.

Awards & Recognition

Awards & Recognition
  • Certificate of Completion for the Ignatian Faculty Scholars Program in the College for Professional Studies at Regis University, 2013
  • Selected to attend Heartland Conference representing Regis University at Xavier University, 2010