Lynn Mabe

Lecturer I - Interdisciplinary Studies
lwm061000@utdallas.edu
972-883-2804
HH2140

Professional Preparation

Ph.D. - Counseling
Texas A&M University - 2001
M.Ed. - Counseling
Psychology - 1990
B.A. - Psychology
Stephen F. Austin State University - 1989

Research Areas

Research and Teaching Interests
My research and teaching interests include areas of interpersonal communication, crisis communication and strategies, business and employee communications, workplace mediation, employee satisfaction and integration into corporate cultures and diversity and intercultural communication.

Appointments

Senior Lecturer I
The University of Texas at Dallas [2006–Present]
Lecturer
Texas A&M University [2003–2004]
Workplace Communication Consultant
[2000–Present]
Crisis Communication Intervention Consultant/Private Practice
Several Local Police Agencies, Individuals and Businesses [1990–Present]

Additional Information

Invited Talks/Presentations (Non-refereed)
  • Texas Association of Hostage Negotiators; Topics: “Communication in Law Enforcement Personnel”; Regional Training, Tyler, Texas, December, 2006
  • Texas Association of Hostage Negotiators; Topics: “Extreme Stress and Peak Performance in Law Enforcement Emergencies”; Regional Training, Tyler, Texas, December, 2006Texas Association of Hostage Negotiators; Topics: “Police Suicide”; Regional Training, Tyler, Texas, December, 2006
  • Texas Association of Hostage Negotiators; Topics: “Issues and Concerns for Law Enforcement Officers”; Regional Training, Tyler, Texas, December, 2006
  • Leads-On-Line, Annual Law Enforcement Conference, Dallas, Texas, May 2010
  • Institute for Law Enforcement Administration, Leadership Symposium, May 2009
  • Grapevine Relief and Community Exchange, Fall 2011
  • Grapevine Colleyville Independent School District; Topic: “Crisis Communication” April 2008; GCISD Administration Headquarters, Grapevine, Texas. 
  • Galerstein Women’s Center and Amnesty International; Topic: “Maternal Health Forum” April 2011
Achievements in Original Achievement, Investigation, and Research
  • Dissertation: An Exploratory Study of Self-Disclosure and Marital Adjustment in Law Enforcement Officers. Texas A&M University-Commerce, 2001.
  • Follow-Up Study to Dissertation: An Exploratory Study of Self-Disclosure and Marital Adjustment in Law Enforcement Officers. Dallas Police Department, 2008.
Invited Talks/Presentations (Refereed)
  • Texas Association of Hostage Negotiators; Topic: “Communication Issues in Law Enforcement Personnel” Annual Conference, November 2006, San Antonio, Texas
  • Texas Counseling Association Annual Conference, Topic: “Communication and Counseling Issues with Emergency Personnel”, November 2006
  • Institute for Law Enforcement Administration, Police and Family Conference; Topic: “Communication for Law Enforcement Officers” July 2007
  • Institute for Law Enforcement Administration, Management College; Topic: “Employee Assistance and Counseling”, May 2008
  • Institute for Law Enforcement Administration; Topic: “Conflict Resolution at Work and Home”, Plano, Texas, May 2008
  • Institute for Law Enforcement Administration, Police and Family Conference; Topic: “Communication and Ethics”, Plano, Texas, July 2010
  • Integrated Pain Management Group, Walnut Creek, CA, February 2012, for Calvary Medical Group, LLC. Topics: “Communication in the Workplace”; “Leadership and Communication for Executives and Mangers”; “Conflict Management in the Workplace”; “Leadership, Diversity and Excellence in Corporate America”