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Heather Warfield, PhD

Antioch University New England, Online

Dr. Heather Warfield continues to research the therapeutic and psychological dimensions of pilgrimage and has also written about clinical supervision, ethical decision-making, and spiritual identity development.

Educational History

PhD in Counseling & Counselor Education from North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC Dissertation: The therapeutic value of pilgrimage: A grounded theory study
Cognate: International Counseling

MA in Psychology from Chapman University, Orange, CA

BA in Psychology from the College of St. Scholastica, Duluth, MN

Primary Investigator. (Pilgrimage and coming out: Lived experiences on LGBTQ+ individuals, April 2019 – present). Qualitative study exploring lived experiences of LGBTQ+ individuals who went on a pilgrimage journey as part of their coming out process.

Primary Investigator. (Pilgrimage as healing from military combat, March 2017 – present). Qualitative study exploring the lived experiences of military combat veterans participating in the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage journey.

Warfield, H. A. (Series Editor) (Forthcoming). Pilgrimage studies. Oxford, UK: Peter Lang Publishers.

Warfield, H. A., & van der Beek, S. (Eds.) (2020). Multidisciplinary perspective on pilgrimage studies. Oxford, UK: Peter Lang Publishers.

Warfield, H. A., & Hetherington, K. (Eds.) (2018). Pilgrimage as transformative process. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill Publishers.

Warfield, H. A. (2018). From existential to ideological communitas: Can pilgrimage connect and transform the world? In H. A. Warfield & K. Hetherington (Eds.), Pilgrimage as transformative process (pp. 33-42). Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill Publishers.

Warfield, H. A., & Hetherington, K. (2018). Introduction. In H. A. Warfield & K. Hetherington (Eds.), Pilgrimage as transformative process (pp. 1-7). Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill Publishers. assar-McMillan, S. C., Moore, J.

Warfield, H. A., & Mays, R. (2012). Global diversity issues in counseling. In T. H. Hohenshil, N. E. Amundson, & S. G. Niles (Eds.), Counseling around the world: An international handbook. Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.

 

Warfield, H. A. (2019, September). The development of clinical supervision training at an Australian university: Positioning training within a global clinical supervision framework. Presentation at the 6th Asia Pacific Rim Confederation of Counsellors Conference. Brisbane, AUSTRALIA

Warfield, H. A. (April , 2019). Pilgrimage: A bio-psycho-social-spiritual perspective. Keynote presentation to the Camino Academy, Tilburg University, Tilburg, NETHERLANDS

Warfield, H. A. (2018, August). Using Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis to explore lived experiences of contemporary pilgrims. Presentation at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention. San Francisco, CA, USA

Machin, T., & Warfield, H. A. (2018, August). Global education and the global workforce: Challenges and opportunities. Presentation at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention. San Francisco, CA, USA.

Warfield. H. A. (2018, July). Pilgrimage as healing from military combat. Presentation at the 5th Sacred Journeys Conference. Berlin, GERMANY.

Warfield. H. A., & Hetherington, K. (2018, July). Exploring the lived experiences of pilgrims: Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis as a method for pilgrimage research Presentation at the 5th Sacred Journeys Conference. Berlin, GERMANY.

Warfield, H. A. (2017, August). Contemporary pilgrimage journeys: A systematic review of the literature. Presentation at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention. Washington DC, USA.

Warfield, H. A. (2017, June). Veterans on the Camino: A case study. Presentation at the International Conference on Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage. Copenhagen, DENMARK.

Warfield, H. A. (2016, September). The Intersection of pilgrimage and sacred journeys with the counseling process: The role of the counselor, the client and the integration of the transformational experience. Presentation at the annual PACFA Conference. Melbourne, AUSTRALIA.

Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, 2011-Present
Chi Sigma Iota (Nu Sigma Chi chapter), 2010-Present

Ad Hoc Reviewer Mental Health, Religion & Culture Federal Advocacy Coordinator, American Psychological Association Division 52, January 2018-present

Member Engagement Committee, American Psychological Association Division 52, August 2017 – present

Board Member, Strong Foundations Charter School, Concord, NH, 2018-present

 

National Certified Counselor, USA (NCC), 2010-Present No. 266943
Marriage and Family Therapist, USA (MFT), 2006-2010, No. 37-228 (State of WI – inactive)
Substance Abuse Counselor, USA (SAC), 2006-2010, No. 15378-130 (State of WI – inactive)

Heather Warfield head shot

Associate Professor, Clinical Mental Health Counseling,

Applied Psychology

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Courses Taught

  • PY 5900 Fundamentals of Therapeutic Interaction
  • PYP 6960 Practicum
  • PYC 6820 Special Issues with Military Families
  • PYC 6810 Military Culture and Language
  • PYC 6800 Military Deployment Cycles
  • PY 5630 Psychopharmacology
  • PYB 5500 Psychopathology
  • PYC 6660 Family Counseling Approaches to Addictions
  • PYI 5540 Counseling Theories, Models & Approaches
  • PYC 6260 Integrative Approaches to Addiction
  • PYB 606 Social & Cultural Diversity
  • PYB 526 Human Development: Lifespan & Systems
  • PYB 580 Research/Evaluation in Counseling/Therapy

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