Loyola University Maryland

Department of Pastoral Counseling

Hannah B. Bayne, Ph.D.

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Assistant Professor of Pastoral CounselingHannah Bayne, Ph.D.

Loyola University Maryland
Pastoral Counseling Department
8890 McGaw Road
Suite 380E
Columbia, MD 21045

410-617-6775
Hbbayne@loyola.edu

Education
Ph.D., Old Dominion University
M.Ed., College of William and Mary
B.A., Virginia Tech

Biography
Dr. Bayne is a licensed professional counselor in the state of Virginia and has experience working in private practice, college counseling center, and community mental health center settings. Her clinical experience includes work with a variety of presenting issues utilizing a combination of humanistic, cognitive behavioral, and narrative theoretical approaches. Dr. Bayne is active in the counseling field and has presented at state, national, and international conferences.  Her research interests include empathy in counseling (conceptualization, application, and training), multicultural issues in counselor education and clinical practice, integration of spirituality within counseling (especially as it intersects with other cultural identities), and counselor training and supervision. She serves on the editorial board of two academic journals, Counselor Education and Supervision and Counseling and Values.

Selected Publications

  • Bayne, H. (2016). Helping gay and lesbian students integrate sexual and religious identities. Journal of College Counseling, xx-xx. (Manuscript accepted for publication)
  • Hays, D., Michel, R., Bayne, H., Neuer, A. & Smith, J. (2015). Counseling with HEART: A college student relationship violence prevention program. Journal of College Counseling, 18, 49-65.
  • Liberati, R. & Bayne, H.B. (2014). Sexual minority domestic violence victims’ experiences with counseling and other social services. Louisiana Journal of Counseling. 21, 18-26.
  • Bayne, H., Horton-Parker, R., & Ward, C. (2014). Doctoral student competency in spiritual and religious issues: A survey of CACREP-accredited programs. VISTAS, article 50.
  • Retrieved online at https://www.counseling.org/docs/default-source/vistas/article_50.pdf.
  • Bayne, H., Neukrug, E., Hays, D., & Britton, B. (2013). A comprehensive model for optimizing empathy in person-centered care. Patient Education and Counseling, 93, 209-215.
  • Neukrug, E., Bayne, H., Dean, L., & Pusateri, C. (2013). Creative and novel approaches to empathy: A neo-Rogerian perspective. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 35, 29-42.
  • Bayne, H., Pusateri, C., & Dean-Nganga, L. (2012). The use of empathy in human services: Strategies for diverse professional roles. Journal of Human Services, 32, 72-88.
  • Shaw, B., Bayne, H., & Lorelle, S. (2012). A constructivist perspective on integrating spirituality in counselor training. Counselor Education and Supervision, 51, 270-280.
  • Bayne, H. B. (2011). Training medical students in empathic communication. The Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 36, 316-329.
Selected Presentations

  • Bayne, H. (2015). Creative strategies for empathy training in counselor education. Content presentation at ACES, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Bayne, H. & Branco, S. (2015). Broaching practices of counselors of color and implications for counselor training. Rountable at ACES, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Bayne, H. & Thompson, S. (2014). Helping clients obtain emotional literacy through creative interventions. Content presentation at VCA, Williamsburg, VA.
  • Bayne, H. & Neuer-Colburn, A. (2014). Supervising Counselors-in-Training in Best Practices, Ethical Considerations, and Monitoring Potential Value Conflicts when Working with LGBT Clients. Post conference session at VCA, Williamsburg, VA.
  • Bayne, H., Brawner, R., & Williams, L. (2014). Cultural sensitivity of the red ink pen: Feedback through a cultural lens. Content session at SACES, Birmingham, AL.
  • Bayne, H., & Young, C. (2013). Acculturation stress as a framework for counseling nontraditional students. Presented at ACCA, New Orleans, LA.
  • Bayne, H. & Young, C. (2013). Lost and found: Facilitating personal and career counseling for second-career students. Presented at ACCA, New Orleans, LA.
  • Bayne, H., Horton-Parker, R., & Moreno, M. (2013). Integrating Spirituality and Religion in Counseling: Counselor Competency and the FACE-SPIRIT Model. Presentation at ACA, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Bayne, H. (2013). Facilitating the therapeutic connection: A new model for empathy. Poster session at ACA, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Neuer-Colburn, A., & Bayne, H. (2012). Improving supervision relationships through psychological type. Presentation accepted for VCA, Fredericksburg, VA.
  • Bayne, H.(2011). Abriendo puertas: Issues and considerations in counseling Spanish-speaking clients. Presentation at ACA, New Orleans, LA.
  • Bayne, H., McAullife, G., Shaw-Stateman, S., Grothaus, T., Neuer, A., & Michel, B. (2010, February). Applying narrative therapy to multicultural counseling. Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and Education, New York, NY.
  • Shaw, B., Lorelle, S., & Bayne, H. (2009, October). Spirituality and counselor training: Beyond multicultural competency. Research presented in concurrent session at the ACES Conference, San Diego, CA.

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