Faculty

Bio

As an undergraduate at the University of Richmond, Dr. Lisa Compton set out on a journey to help the hurting through a career in counseling. This journey would eventually take her on a path through various degrees in social sciences, including psychology, religion, clinical social work, and counselor education and supervision. The exposure to these various fields has allowed Compton to learn from professionals with diverse worldviews and has also given her a unique position to mentor other students that desire to pursue a career in counseling.


In graduate school, Compton volunteered as an Emergency Medical Technician with Tuckahoe Rescue Squad. It was there that she witnessed the high levels of trauma exposure that rescue personnel experience on a routine basis. In 1996, she began supervision for a license in clinical social work and became certified in Critical Incident Stress Debriefing, now known as Critical Incident Stress Management or CISM. Since then, she has had the privilege of working in many clinical settings, including a hospital, private practice, employee assistance program, and church, and providing CISM services to organizations such as firefighters and bank employees.


Compton has provided individual and family counseling, while teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and supervises counseling interns and supports group leaders, as well as speaks at conferences and workshops.

Awards

Academic Honors:


2010 Chi Sigma Iota (Alpha Omega Lambda chapter)


1994 Golden Key 1994 Mary Dickerson Award


1994 Philip Hart Award


1994 Theta Alpha Kappa


1993 Mortar Board


1993 Omicron Delta Kappa


1993 Psi Chi

Publications

Non-refereed Publications:


Keck, B., Compton, L., Schoeneberg, C., & Compton, T. (2017). Trauma recovery: A heroic journey. Heroism Science, 2, 1-17.


Compton, L., Todd, S., & Schoeneberg, C. (2017). Compassion Fatigue and Satisfaction Among Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) Providers: A Study on Risk and Mitigating Factors, Virginia Counseling Journal, 35, p. 20-27.


Compton, L. (2013). Compassion Fatigue and Compassion Satisfaction in Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) Providers. (Electronic Thesis or Dissertation).


Compton, L. (2010). "Dangers in Virginia counseling," Virginia Counselors Association Newsletter, Fall, 7.


Compton, L. (2011). "The role of the church in crisis group interventions." Green Cross Academy of Traumatology Newsletter, 2, 7-8.


Unpublished Manuscripts:


Rehfuss, M., Underwood, L. Compton, L., Gilbert, A., Malcom, S., & Meder, C., (2010). "Predicting suicide risk in incarcerated adolescent females utilizing the MAYSI-2."

Affiliations

Professional Memberships:


American Counseling Association (ACA)


Association of Traumatic Stress Specialists (ATSS)


Chi Sigma Iota- International Counseling Honor Society (CSI)


Green Cross Academy of Traumatology International Critical Incident Stress Foundation (ICISF)

Meet Our Faculty

Anna Ord, Psy.D.

M.S. in General Psychology Program Director

Assistant Professor

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Cassandra D. Page, Psy.D.

Psychological Services Center Director

Assistant Professor

757.352.4292 cpage@regent.edu
Jennifer Ripley, Ph.D.

Director of Marriage & Ministry Assessment Training & Empowerment (MMATE) Center

Professor

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Anderson B. Rowan, Ph.D.

Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Program Director

Professor

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James N. Sells, Ph.D.

Assistant Dean for Academics

Professor

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Jacqueline R. Smith, Ed.D.

Counseling Department Chair

Clinical Counseling Programs Director

Associate Professor

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Rachel Stephens, Psy.D.

Psychological Services Center Assistant Director

Assistant Professor

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Ingo Tophoven, Ph.D.

Counseling Ministries Department Chair

Ph.D. in Counseling & Psychological Studies and M.A. in Pastoral Counseling Programs Director

Assistant Professor

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Amy Trout, Psy.D.

M.A. in Human Services Program Director

Associate Professor

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Cyrus Williams, Ph.D.

Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision Program Director

Associate Professor

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Mark Yarhouse, Psy.D.

Rosemarie S. Hughes Endowed Chair of Christian Thought in Mental Health Practice

Co-Director, Institute for the Study of Sexual Identity

Professor

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Olya Zaporozhets, Ph.D.

Co-Director, Institute for the Study of Sexual Identity

Associate Professor

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Adjunct

Evelyn Biles, Ph.D.
Jill Brue, Ph.D.
Ashleigh Bruns, Ph.D.
Gary Collins, Ph.D.
Carissa Dwiwardani, Ph.D.
Gabriel Dy-Liacco, Ph.D.
John Ferreira, Ph.D.
Michael Franks, Ph.D.
Todd Grande, Ph.D.
Ularisi Green, Ph.D.
Kim Harris
Kristel Headley
Emily Hervey, Psy.D.
Tracy Jackson, Ph.D.
George Jefferson, Ph.D.
David Jennings, Ph.D.
Gregg Jensen, Ph.D.
Margaret Jensen, Ph.D.
John Kennedy, Ph.D.
Patricia King
Shannon Kuschel
Robert Kuschel
Jeremy Lelek, Ph.D.
Kimberly Lokeman, Ph.D.
Lisa Mazzio, Psy.D.
Jessica McCleese, Ph.D.
Elena McSwain, Psy.D.
Tricia Mikolon, Ph.D.
Kristie Norwood, Ph.D.
Lynn Olson Page, Ph.D., ABPP
Kamala Palmer, Ph.D.
Jennifer Park Teppig
Agatha Parks-Savage, Ph.D.
Jeremy Ruckstaetter, Ph.D.
Mary Sanderfer, Ph.D.
Scott Sautter, Ph.D.
Renee Seay, Ph.D.
Erynne H. Shatto, Ph.D.
Tabitha Sierra, Psy.D.
Paul Stevenson
Gregory Stewart, Ph.D.
Amanda Trent, Ph.D.
Kristyn Troyer, Psy.D.
Jerry Vuncannon, Ph.D.
Joyce Wagner
Donald Walker, Ph.D.
Melissa Windham, Ph.D.
Sara Wood, Ph.D.
Everett Worthington, Ph.D.