Peer-reviewed Journals (full listing of publications available on attached CV)
Shin, R. Q., Keum, B. T., Smith, L.C., Lu, Y., Yee, S. (in press) The Development and Validation of the Heterosexism Erasure Scale. The Counseling Psychologist.
*Smith, L.C., Herbert, A., Payne, A., Grudev, N, Volkmar, S. S., Garnett, B. R., & Aguda-Brown, F. (2021) “Real meaningful change comes from building relationships”: School counselor’s experiences implementing restorative practices. The Journal of School Counseling, 19 (48). http://www.jsc.montana.edu/articles_2021.html
Shin, R. Q., Smith, L. C., Verney, C. N., Welch, J. C., Sharma, R., & Eberhardt, M (2020) Accessing counseling services where the rainbow doesn’t shine: A heterosexism audit study. Journal of Homosexuality. doi.org/10.1080/00918369.2020.1734377
*Kervick, C. T., Garnett, B., Moore, M., Ballysingh, T. A., & Smith, L. C. (2020). Introducing restorative practices in a diverse elementary school to build community and reduce exclusionary discipline: Year one processes, facilitators, and next steps. School and Community Journal, 30 (2), 155-186.
*Garnett, B. R., Kervick C. T., Moore, M., Ballysingh, T. A., & Smith, L.C. (2020) School Staff and Youth Perspectives of Tier 1 Restorative Practices Classroom Circles. School Psychology Review, 1-15.
*Gonell, Q. E., Smith, L. C., Garnett, B. R., & Clement, L. (2020). Practicing YPAR for School Equity: A Pedagogical Model. Action Research Journal. doi.org/10.1177/1476750319894052
Kervick C. T., Moore, M., Ballysingh, T. A., Smith, L.C. Garnett, & B. R., (2019). The Emerging Promise of Restorative Practices to Reduce Discipline Disparity Affecting Youth with Disabilities and Youth of Color: Addressing Access and Equity. Harvard Educational Review, 89 (4), 588-610
*Kervick, C. T., Smith, L.C., Moore, M., Garnett, B. R., & Ballysingh, T. A. (2019) Surfacing student voice by integrating youth participatory action research, restorative practices and critical service learning. International Journal of Student Voice (5).
Wolff, J., Okech, J. E. A., Smith, L. C., Southwick, P. J. C. (2019). Protecting Sexual and Gender Minorities in Academic Institutions with Disallowing Policies: Psychological, Ethical, and Accreditation Concerns. Training and Education in Educational Psychology. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/tep0000272
**Garnett, B. R., Smith, L. C, Kervick, C. T., Ballysingh, T. A., Moore, M. (2019). The emancipatory potential of mixed methods designs: Informing youth participatory action research and restorative practices within a district-wide school transformation project. International Journal of Research and Method in Education, (42)3, 305-316. doi.org/10.1080/1743727X.2019.1598355
*Garnett, B. R., Moore, M., Kidde, J., Ballysingh, T. A., Kervick, C. T., Bedinger, L., Smith, L. C. & Sparks, H. (2019). Needs and Readiness Assessment for Implementing School-Wide Restorative Practice: A Community Based Participatory Action Research Study. Improving Schools. doi.org/10.1177/1365480219836529
*Shin, R. Q., Smith, L. C., Lu, Y., Welch, J.C., Sharma, R., Verney, C. N., & Yee, S. (2018). The development and validation of the contemporary critical consciousness measure II. The Journal of Counseling Psychology (65)5,539-555. Journal Acceptance Rate 5-10%, Impact Factor 2.475
*Smith, L.C., Garnette, B. R., Herbert, A., Grudev, N., Vogel, J., Keefner, W., Barnett, A., & Baker, T. (2018). The hand of professional school counseling meets the glove of restorative practices: A call to the profession. Professional School Counseling (21)1, 1-10. Journal Acceptance Rate 15%
Smith, L. C. (2017). Critical Consciousness and School Based Family Counseling: “Seeing” the Pathogen in Order to Dismantle the Pump of Oppression. International Journal for School-Based Family Counseling, 8. Retrieved from http://www.instituteschoolbasedfamilycounseling.com/docs/IJSBFC%20-%20critical%20consciousness%20-%20final_LS.pdf Journal Acceptance Rate 25%
*Shin, R. Q., Smith, L.C., Welch, J., Ezeofor, I. (2016). Is “Allison” more likely than “Lakisha” to get a call back from counseling professionals: A racism audit study. The Counseling Psychologist (44)8, 1187-1211. doi:10.1177/0011000016668814 Journal Acceptance Rate 10%, Impact Factor 1.821
Smith, L. C., & Okech, J. E. A. (2016). Negotiating CACREP accreditation practices, religious, and sexual orientation diversity: A rejoinder to Sells and Hagedorn. Journal of Counseling and Development, 94, 280-284. doi: 10.1002/jcad.12084 Journal Acceptance Rate 10%, Impact Factor 1.509
+Smith, L. C., & Okech, J. E. A. (2016). Ethical issues raised by CACREP accreditation of programs within institutions that disaffirm or disallow diverse sexual orientations. Journal of Counseling and Development, 94, 252-264. doi: 10.1002/jcad.12082 Journal Acceptance Rate 10%, Impact Factor 1.509
*Shin, R. Q., Ezeofor, I., Smith, L. C., Welch, J. & Goodrich, K. M. (2016). The development and validation of the contemporary critical consciousness measure. The Journal of Counseling Psychology, 63, 210-223. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/cou0000137 Journal Acceptance Rate 5-10%, Impact Factor 2.475
Smith, L. C. (2015). Alterity models in counseling: When we talk about diversity, what are we actually talking about? The International Journal for the Advancement of Counseling, 37, 248-261. doi: 10.1007/s10447-015-9241-8
Smith, L. C., & Shin, R. (2015). Negotiating the intersection of racial oppression and heteronormativity. The Journal of Homosexuality. doi: 10.1080/00918369.2015.1073029 Journal Acceptance Rate 10%, Impact Factor 1.364