Loyola University Maryland

Department of Psychology

Denise H. Bike, Ph.D.

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DeniseBikeVisiting Affiliate Assistant Professor of Psychology

Psychology Department
Beatty Hall 221E
Telephone: 410-617-2149
Email: DHBike@loyola.edu

Education:

  • B.A. (Psychology), University of Dallas
  • M.S. (Counseling Psychology), Loyola College in Maryland
  • Ph.D. (Counseling Psychology), University of Missouri

Scholarly Interests:

I am interested in multicultural competence in clinical work and research that includes a specialized focus in vocational psychology. I am also interested in psychotherapists' self-care. Recent research has included the development and validation of a scale on the learning experiences component of the SCCT model of career development. My teaching interests include diversity awareness, research methods, and ethics. I particularly enjoy teaching practice-focused courses such as Theories, Assessment & Appraisal, and Principles & Practices. As a clinician, I practice from a mindfulness-based CBT orientation.

Publications:

Flores, L. Y., & Bike, D. H. (2014). Multicultural career counseling. In F. T. Leong, L. 
     Comas-Diaz, G. N. Hall, V. McLoyd, & J. Trimble (Eds.). APA Handbook of Multicultural
     Psychology: Vol. 2. Applications and Training 
(pp. 403-417). Washington, DC: American
     Psychological Association.

Lyons, H. Z. & Bike, D. H. (2013). Special issue: The use of multiculturally-competent research
     methods to promote social justice in counseling and psychology. Journal of Social Justice in
     Counseling Psychology
.

Lyons, H. Z. Bike, D. H., Johnson, A., & Bethea, A. (2012). Culturally competent qualitative research
     with people of African descent. Journal of Black Psychology. 38¸ 153-171.

Bike, D. H. Kimball, C., & Johnston, J. (2010). Career planning: Charting your future, online course. 
     
Columbia, MO: University of Missouri Center for Distance and Independent Study.

Bike, D. H., Norcross, J. C., &  Schatz, D. M. (2009). Processes and outcomes of psychotherapist’s
     personal therapy: A replication and extension 20 years later. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research,
     Practice, Training, 46
, 19-31.

Bike, D. H. (2008). Psychotherapist self-care for effective clinical practice: Continuing education (CE)
     workbook for behavioral health professionals.
Brockton, MA: Western Schools, Behavioral Health imprint.

Course Offerings:

PY600: Assessment and Appraisal
PY620: Theories of Counseling & Psychotherapy
PY746: Research Methods I
PY870: Diversity Seminar