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Andre Marquis

Andre Marquis

Associate Professor
Counseling & Human Development
LeChase Hall 494
(585) 275-5582
amarquis@warner.rochester.edu
 
Education:
PhD, University of North Texas (counseling and counselor education)
MEd, Southwest Texas State (counseling and guidance)
BA, University of Texas, Austin (psychology)


Andre Marquis is an associate professor in counseling and human development at the Warner School. His teaching, research, and scholarly interests include counseling theories, psychotherapy integration and unification, group therapy, relational psychodynamics, developmental constructivism, human change processes, and integral theory as it provides a framework to coherently organize theory and practice. Although he has carried out a number of empirical studies, his strength involves conceptual and theoretical analyses, exploring issues such as unification in counseling and psychotherapy, epistemology and research methodologies, and psychopathology and human suffering.
 
Marquis is the author of several books, including Understanding Psychopathology: An Integral Exploration (2014), The Integral Intake: A Guide to Comprehensive Idiographic Assessment in Integral Psychotherapy and Theoretical Models of Counseling and Psychotherapy. He has also authored numerous scholarly articles, including articles he co-authored with Ken Wilber and Michael Mahoney, both of whom he has worked with closely. Given that Marquis’ primary work involves developing a unified approach to counseling and psychotherapy, he has published in a range of journals, including the Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, Journal of Unified Psychotherapy and Clinical Science, Constructivism in the Human Sciences, Psychoanalytic Inquiry, Journal of Counseling and Development, Journal of Integral Theory and Practice, Journal of Humanistic Psychology, Counseling and Values, and Journal of Mental Health Counseling.
 
Marquis serves in various editorial roles for national publications, including the Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, the Journal of Unified Psychotherapy and Clinical Practice, and the Journal of Integral Theory and Practice, and is on the advisory board of the Unified Psychotherapy Project. He has taught more than 20 different courses in psychology, counseling, and human development. In addition to continuing to empirically investigate integrative counseling approaches, Marquis is interested in exploring research on human change processes, including how spirituality (secular and religious) and other aspects of Integral-Constructive approaches affect health and development across the life course.
 
Marquis is a licensed mental health counselor in New York with a small private practice.

Publications
 
Books:
Ingersoll, R. E. & Marquis, A. (in press). Understanding psychopathology: An
integral perspective on etiology and treatment. Columbus, OH: Pearson Merrill Prentice Hall.
 
Fall, K., Holden, J. M., & Marquis, A. (2010). Theoretical models of counseling and psychotherapy, 2nd Ed. New York: Routledge. (First edition published in 2004).
 
Marquis, A. (2008). The integral intake: A guide to comprehensive idiographic assessment in integral psychotherapy. New York: Routledge.
 
Articles:
Marquis, A. (2013). Methodological considerations of studying a unified approach to psychotherapy: Integral methodological pluralism. Journal of Unified and Clinical Science, 2 (1), p. 45-73.
 
Brown, A., Marquis, A. & Guiffrida, D. A. (2013). Mindfulness-based interventions in counseling. Journal of Counseling and Development, 91(1), 96-104.
 
Marquis, A., Douthit, K. Z., & Elliot, A. (2011). Best Practices: A critical yet
inclusive vision for the counseling profession. Journal of Counseling and Development, 89(4), 397-405.
 
Marquis, A. (2010). The Integral Intake: Results from Phase One of the “Integral Psychotherapy in Practice” Study. Journal of Integral Theory and Practice, 5(3), 1-20.
 
Marquis, A., Tursi, M., & Hudson, D. (2010). Perceptions of Counseling Integration: A Survey of Counselor Educators and Supervisors. Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision, 2(1), 61-73.
 
Marquis, A. (2009). An integral taxonomy of therapeutic interventions. Journal of Integral Theory and Practice, 4(2), 13-42.
 
Marquis, A., Warren, E. S., & Arnkoff, D. B. (2009). Michael J. Mahoney: A Retrospective. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 19(4), 402-418.
 
Marquis, A. & Holden, J. M. (2008). Mental health professionals’ evaluations of the Integral Intake, a metatheory-based, idiographic intake instrument. Journal of Mental Health Counseling 30(1), 67-94.
 
Marquis, A.  (2008). Michael J. Mahoney: A constructive heart and the heart of
constructivism. Constructivism in the Human Sciences, 12(1), 119-141.
 
Marquis, A. & Wilber, K. (2008). Unification beyond eclecticism and integration: Integral psychotherapy. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 18(3), 350-358.
 
Marquis, A. (2007). What is integral theory? Counseling and Values, 51(3), 164-179.
 
Mahoney, M. J., Spagnuolo-Lobb, M., Clemmens, M., & Marquis, A. (2007). Self-
regulation of the therapeutic meeting from constructivist and gestalt therapy perspectives: A transcribed experiment. Studies in Gestalt Therapy: Dialogical Bridges 1(1), p. 67-90.
 
Douthit, K. Z. & Marquis, A. (2006). Empiricism in psychiatry’s post-psychoanalytic era: Contemplating DSM’s “atheoretical” nosology. Constructivism in the Human Sciences, 11 (1), 32-59.
 
Marquis, A. & Douthit, K. Z. (2006). The hegemony of “empirically supported
treatment”: Validating or violating?. Constructivism in the Human Sciences, 11(2), 108-141.
 
Marquis, A. & Warren, E. S. (2004). Integral counseling: Prepersonal, personal, and transpersonal in self, culture, and nature. Constructivism in the Human Sciences, 9(1), 111-132.
 
Marquis, A. (2002). An integral constructive view of Hermann Hesse's Steppenwolf. Constructivism in the Human Sciences, 7(2), 145-158.
 
Mahoney, M. J. & Marquis, A. (2002). Integral constructivism and dynamic systems in psychotherapy processes.  Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 22(5), 794-813.
 
Marquis, A., Holden, J. M., & Warren, E. S. (2001). An integral psychology response to Daniel Helminiak’s “Treating Spiritual Issues in Secular Psychotherapy.” Counseling and Values, 44(3), 218-236.

Kan, K., Holden, J. M., & Marquis, A. (2001). Effects of experiential focusing-oriented dream interpretation. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 41(4), 105-123.
 
Book Chapters:
Douthit, K. Z. & Marquis, A.  (2010). Biosocial interactions in the construction of late-life health status, pp. 329-342. In D. Dannefer & C. Phillipson (Eds.) The Sage Handbook of Social Gerontology. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
 
Encyclopedia Entries:

Marquis, A. (in press). Integral counseling. In E. S. Neukrug (Ed.) The Encyclopedia of Theory in Counseling and Psychotherapy. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
 
Marquis, A. (in press). Developmental constructivism. In E. S. Neukrug (Ed.) The Encyclopedia of Theory in Counseling and Psychotherapy. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
 
Marquis, A. (in press). Integrative therapies: Overview. In E. S. Neukrug (Ed.) The Encyclopedia of Theory in Counseling and Psychotherapy. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. In the News

Courses
EDE449 Pre-practicum in Community Mental Health Counseling
EDU453 Counseling and Facilitating in Small Groups
EDU457 Counseling Theory and Practice I
EDU460 Counseling Theory & Practice II
EDU510 Working with Clients’ Defenses: Psychodynamic and other Emotion-Focused Approaches
EDU555 Advanced Counseling Theory, Research, and Practice
EDU557 Selected Theories of Human Development