Personal Growth & Greater Contentment
Walking along side a person who is struggling with one or many issues is a vital component of what I do. I enjoy the challenges of helping a person or a couple to have a better life, better relationship or more meaningful existence.
- Solo Private Practice, West Beverley St., Staunton, VA
- Augusta Psychological Associates, Staunton & Waynesboro, VA
- Private Practice Counseling and Consultation, Staunton & Harrisonburg, VA
- Eastern Mennonite University, Associate Professor
- University of Southern Mississippi, Assistant Professor, Psychology
- Augusta State University (Now Regents University), Counselor Educator
- Psychological Specialists of Augusta, Georgia, Private Practice Counselor
- St. Joseph Hospice, Consultant/Supervisor
- Health Recovery Services, Mental Health/Substance Abuse Counselor
- Safe House, Mental Health Services to Perpetrators of Domestic Violence
- Ohio University, Graduate Assistant
- Licking Heights Local Schools, School Counselor
- Utica City Schools, Junior High School Counselor
- Niijima Gakuen, English Teacher
- South Central High School, Teacher, Director, Coach
- Ohio University, Doctor of Philosophy
Counselor Education Athens, Ohio; Conferred, 1994
- Bowling Green State University, Master of Education
Guidance and Counseling Bowling Green, Ohio; Conferred, 1989
- Mt.Vernon Nazarene University, Bachelor of Arts
Communications and Education Mt. Vernon, Ohio; Conferred, 1982
- Active member in American Counseling Association
- Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development
- Association for Counselor Education and Supervision
- Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision
- Virginia Counselor’s Association
November: Arbaugh, T. - Cyber challenged: Working with adolescents and evolving technology. Presentation for The Department of Graduate Counseling. New Castle, DE.
October: Arbaugh, T. - Cyber challenged: Adolescents and evolving technology. Presentation for The Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow Teachers and Counselors. Columbus, OH.
May: Tillman, K.S. & Arbaugh, T - Help seeking behaviors of high school girls who self-harm: A phenomenological study.
March: Arbaugh, T. - Cyber challenged: Working with adolescents to survive the disasters of rapidly evolving technology. Presentation for The American Counseling Association Annual Conference. Cincinnati, OH.
2012: Tillman, K. S., Arbaugh, T., & Balaban, M. S. - Campus programming for National Eating Disorders Awareness Week: An investigation of stigma, help-seeking, and resource knowledge. Eating Behaviors, 13(3), 281-284.
March: Arbaugh, T. - Bisexuality: The silent B in the alphabet soup of the LGBTQ community. Presentation for The American Counseling Association Annual Conference. San Francisco, CA.
2004: Arbaugh, T. - Through a glass, darkly. In R. Kreider (Ed.). The cost of truth. Boston; New England Press.
March: Arbaugh, T. & Tillman, K. - Transitioning into school counseling programs: Avoiding pitfalls and finding your niche. Presentation for Virginia School Counselor’s Conference. Charlottesville, Virginia.
2003: Arbaugh, T. - Dealing with dimensions of diverse populations. In R. L. Dingman & J. D. Weaver (Eds.), Days in the lives of Counselors. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
November: Arbaugh, T., Peckruhn, H., & Gascho, K. - Addressing lesbain and gay students in the school; A spiritual and holistic approach. Presentation for Virginia Counselor’s Association, Annual Conference. Williamsburg, Virginia.
March: Carr, D., Coker, P., Arbaugh, T., Sheperis, C., & Adams, S. - A model for training LPC supervisiors. Presentation workshop for The American Counseling Association Annual Conference. Anaheim, CA.
2002: Arbaugh, T. - Counseling the bisexual client. In L. Burlow, & D. Capuzzi (Eds.), Sexuality Counseling. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
April: Arbaugh, T. - Bi-sexual and bi-cultural. Presentation for The American Counseling Association Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA.
February: Arbaugh, T. - Diversity Sensitivity in Counselor Supervision. LPC Supervision training workshop for Mississippi Association of Licensed Professional Counselors. Jackson, MS.
November: Arbaugh, T. - Cultural Diversity and Sensitivity Training. Workshop for the Handcock County Court Appointed Special Advocate Program. Bay St. Louis, MS.
November: Huey, W, Paisley, P., & Arbaugh, T. - Ethics and the school counselor. Presented at the Georgia School Counselor’s Association. Atlanta, Georgia.
November: Arbaugh, T. - Sexual abuse and the school counselor. Presentation to the Georgia School Counselor’s Association. Augusta, Georgia.
November: Huey, W., & Arbaugh, T. - Forum for school counselors on ethical and legal matters. Presentation at the Georgia School Counselor’s Association. Augusta, Georgia.
February: Arbaugh, T. - Teaching school counselors. Presentation for Douglas Elementary School. Trenton, South Carolina.
March: Arbaugh, T. - Tips for coping with stress. Workshop for Lamar Elementary Teachers and Staff. Augusta, Georgia.
October: Hoffman, J.R., & Arbaugh, T. - Graduate student’s first convention. Counseling Today. Future trends in school counseling. In-service workshop for Richmond County School Counselors.
April: Arbaugh, T. - Dancing with the dark side: How men cope with sexual abuse. Presentation to The American Counseling Association. Denver, Colorado.
1994: Arbaugh, T. - Missionary stress: How can we the home team, help? Missionary Tidings. pp. 10-11.
April: Arbaugh, T. - Dancing with the dark side: A qualitative study of the life reports of men who have experienced sexual abuse. Doctoral Dissertation. Ohio University, Athens, Ohio.
February: Arbaugh, T. - Missionary stress: How can we the home team, help? Missionary Tidings. pp. 10-11.
- Language ability in Spanish, Japanese, Chinese and American Sign Language
- International travel and cross-culture experiences
- Certified Yoga Instructor
- Hiking, biking, music, theater