Monte Bobele, PhD, ABPP
Professor of Psychology

Education:

  • PhD, Psychology - University of Houston

  • MA, Psychology - University of Houston

  • BS, Psychology - University of Houston

Contact Information:
Office: Moye Hall, Room 408
Phone: 210-431-4006
Fax: 210-431-3927
Email:
mrbobele@ollusa.edu


Professional Credentials:

Licensed Psychologist (Texas)
American Board of Professional Psychology, Diplomat in Family Psychology
AAMFT Clinical Fellow
AAMFT Approved Supervisor


Publications:

Bobele, M. and Slive, A. (in press). One walk-in single/session at a time: When you have a whole hour. In M. Hoyt and M. Talmon (Eds.), Capturing the moment: Single session therapy and walk-in services, Crown House Publishers.

Bobele, M. and Slive, A. (in press). Walk-in single-session therapy: Accessible mental health services. In M. Hoyt and M. Talmon (Eds.), Capturing the moment: Single session therapy and walk-in services, Crown House Publishers.

Bobele, M., Biever, J. L., Solórzano, B. & Bluntzer, L. (in press). Postmodern approaches to supervision, in The complete systemic supervisor: Philosophy, context, & pragmatics (2nd Ed), Tom Todd and Cheryl Storm, Eds.

Slive, A. and Bobele, M. (2012). Walk-in counselling services: Making the most of one hour. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 33 (1), 27-38
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Bobele, Monte. (2012). MRI brief therapy. In A. Rambo, C. West, A. Schooley, & T.V. Boyd (Eds.), Family Therapy Review: Contrasting Contemporary Models (pp.129-132), New York, NY: Routledge.

Bobele, M. and Biever, J. L. (2011). Postmodern models of systemic supervision. In C. L. Storm and T. Todd (Eds.). The complete systemic supervisor: Context, philosophy, and pragmatics (pp. 359-383). Taipei,Taiwan: PsyGardens.

Slive, A. B., & Bobele, M. (Eds.). (2011). When one hour is all you have: Effective therapy with walk-in clients. Phoenix: Zeig, Tucker & Theisen.

Bobele, M., Lopez, S. S.-G., Scamardo, M., & Solórzano, B. (2008). Single-session/walk-in therapy with Mexican-American clients. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 27, 75-89.

Bobele, M. (2008) Constructivist theory, in Encyclopedia of Counseling, Fred Leong (Ed), Los Angeles: Sage. 

Murphy, M. R., Bobele, M., Gill, S., Solórzano, B. & Lewis, S. L. (2006). Is there more to caregiving than burden? Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 54: S86-S86. ://000237069300249. 

Biever, J. L., Bobele, M., Gardner, G. T., & Franklin, C. (2005). Perspectivas postmodernas en terapia familiar. In G. L. Arce (Ed.), Terapias postmodernas: Aportaciones construccionistas. Mexico City: Editorial Pax Mexico.

Bobele, M. (2004). Unique problems, unique resolutions: Brief treatment of sexual complaints. In Shelley Green and Douglas Flemons (Eds.) Quickies: The Handbook of Brief Sex Therapy. New York: Norton. 

Scamardo, M., Bobele, M., and Biever, J.L. (2004). A new perspective on client dropouts. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 23, 27-38.

Bobele, M. (2003). Floundering with Harry. Journal of the Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. 8, (1), 4-5. 

Biever, J. L., Bobele, M., & North, M. W. (1998). Therapy with intercultural couples: A postmodern approach. The Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 11, 181-188. 

Bobele, M., Gardner, G., & Biever, J. (1995). Supervision as social construction. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 14, 14-25. 

Green, S. & Bobele, M. (1994). Family therapists’ response to AIDS: An examination of attitudes, knowledge, and contact. Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 20, 349-367. 

Bobele, M. (1989). Interactional treatment of intractible hiccups, Family Process, 28, 191-206. 

Bobele, M. (1987). Therapeutic interventions in life-threatening situations.
Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 13, 225-239.  

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