Research & Scholarship
Systemic Clinical Supervision
Family and Couples Support & Child Development
Violence & Aggression in Family and Child Development
Common Factors in Systemic and Relational Therapies and Supervision
Community-Based/Applied Setting Systemic Supervision
Parenting & Parent Training, Support, and Advocacy
Counseling Children and Adolescents in the Family Context
Men's Therapy and Men's Issues Related to Fatherhood, The Family, and Partnering
Indigenous Rites of Passage and Ritual as a means of Family Lifecycle Transitions
Experiential Education and Training: Pedagogy & Androgogy
Cates, J., Christensen, T., Beres, S., Stratton, J., Lonneman-Doroff, T., & Reynolds, J. Engaging children in family therapy: Using play RESPECTFULly. American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy National Conference. Portland, OR. Platform. May-June 2013.
Dissertation: Lonneman-Doroff, T. (2012). Supervision in applied counseling settings: A socially constructed grounded theory, Published Dissertation, ProQuest.
Magnuson, S., Norem, K., & Lonneman-Doroff, T. (2009). The 2000 cohort of new assistant professors of counselor education: Their first six years. Counselor Education and Supervision, 49(1), 54-71.
Lonneman-Doroff, T., & Helm, H., (2012). Preparing counselors for internship and supporting site supervisors -Results of the study: Supervision in applied counseling settings: A socially constructed grounded theory. Rocky Mountain Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, October 6, 2012, Park City, UT.