Dr. Trish Raque-Bogdan received her PhD in Counseling Psychology from the University of Maryland in 2013. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, and is on the Board of the Division 17 Health Psychology Section and the editorial board of the Journal of Counseling Psychology. Dr. Raque-Bogdan’s areas of research include work and positive health psychology, with a specific focus on cancer survivorship; the relation between well-being and physical health outcomes; women's health; and qualitative research. Her research aims to integrate social justice principles and views work as a means to achieving equity. As a former scholar of Russian history and library science, she enjoys people’s life stories and tales of resilience as expressed in history, literature, and the psychotherapy process.
Health & Work Research Lab
Dr. Raque-Bogdan's research lab is open to interested doctoral and master's level students. Please select the tab above on W.O.W. Research Lab to learn more.
Past and current projects include the following:
- Work lives and career development of young breast cancer survivors
- Examining a model of restoring well-being after a diagnosis of breast cancer
- A self-compassion expressive writing intervention for college women to improve body image
- Exploring the importance of meaningful work in the physical and mental well-being of cancer patients and survivors
- Career path of counseling psychologists working in medical education
- Meta-ethnography of social isolation and loneliness of cancer survivors
- Career paths/development of psychologists working in the area of oncology
American Psychological Foundation Bruce and Jane Walsh Grant
To support the investigation of how personality, culture and environment influence work behavior and health.
College of Education Flow-Back Grant
An internal MCE funding opportunity intended to support research, scholarship, and/or creative activities that have the potential to attract future external funding.
Faculty Research Fund
University of Denver sponsored grant to conduct a meta-ethnography on loneliness in cancer survivors.
Professional Research Opportunities for Faculty (PROF) Fund
University of Denver sponsored grant to conduct a positive psychology intervention entitled "Activating happiness in cancer" for patients, survivors, and caregivers. In partnership with Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers.
Helping Cancer Survivors Thrive
Article published in the APA Monitor January 2016 issue
Interviewed as part of Editorial in the Washington Post
Article published in June 2015.
Courses Dr. Raque-Bogdan Teaches Regularly
CNP 4710 Career Counseling
CNP 4741 Intermediate Counseling Techniques
CNP 4778 Health Psychology
CNP 4707 Integrated Health
CNP 4784 Psychopathology
CNP 4752 Advanced Practicum I
CNP 4752 MA Internship
Raque-Bogdan, T. L. (in press). Relational Cultural Theory and cancer: Addressing the social well-being of a growing population. Practice Innovations. doi: 10.1037/pri0000087
Raque-Bogdan, T. L., Kracen, A., Taylor, N. E., Joseph, E.*, Engblom, H.*, Ross, K.,* Michl, T.*, Nelson, A.*, & Rowold, H.* (in press). You can only go full speed for so long: The career development of psychologists working in psychosocial oncology settings. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings. doi: 10.1007/s10880-019-09603-9
Raque-Bogdan, T. L., Ratchford, J. L.*, Garriott, P. O., Borges, N. J., & Duffy, R. D. (in press). Counseling psychologists in medical education in the United States: Career development, professional identity, and training implications. Counselling Psychology Quarterly. doi: 10.1080/09515070.2018.1511970
Duffy, R.D., Kim, H.J., Gensmer, N.P., Raque-Bogdan, T.L., Douglass, R.P., England, J.W., & Buyukgoze-Kavas, A. (in press). Linking decent work with physical and mental health: A psychology of working perspective. Journal of Vocational Behavior.
Schmidt, C. K., Raque-Bogdan, T. L., & Hollern, E. A.* (in press). Self-compassion, affect, and body image in college women. Journal of College Counseling.
Raque-Bogdan, T. L., Lamphere, B.*, Kostiuk, M.*, Gissen, M.*, & Beranek, M.* (2019). Unpacking the layers: A meta-ethnography of cancer survivors’ loneliness. Journal of Cancer Survivorship, 13, 21-33. doi: 0.1007/s11764-018-0724-6
Raque-Bogdan, T.L., Lent, R. W., & Lamphere, B.* (2019). Test of a Social Cognitive model of well-being among breast cancer survivors. Journal of Health Psychology, 24, 661-670. doi: 10.1177/1359105316681431
Ziemer, K. S., Lamphere, B*., Raque-Bogdan, T. L., & Schmidt, C. K. (2019). A randomized controlled study of writing interventions on college women’s positive body image. Mindfulness, 10, 66-77. doi: 10.1007/s12671-018-0947-7
Raque-Bogdan, T.L., Hoffman, M. A., Shupe, E.*, Ginter, A. C., White, R., & Schexnayder, K., Piontkowski, S. (2018). Everything is more critical: A qualitative study of the experiences of young breast cancer survivors. Counseling and Values, 63, 210-231. doi: 10.1002/cvj.12089
Raque-Bogdan, T. L.**, Lewis, J. A.**, Lee, S., & Rao, M. (2018). Examining the influence of ethnic identity and meaning in life on career decision-making self-efficacy. Journal of Career Development, 45, 68-82. doi: 10.1177/0894845317696803 **Shared first authorship
Caspari, J., Raque-Bogdan, T. L., McRae, C., Simoneau, T., Ash-Lee, S., & Hultgren, K.* (2017). Posttraumatic growth after cancer: The role of perceived threat and cognitive processing. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 35, 561-577. doi: 10.1080/07347332.2017.1320347.
Garriott, P. O., Raque-Bogdan, T. L., Yalango, K.*, Schaefer Ziemer, K., &, Utley, J.* (2017). Intentions to seek counseling in first-generation and continuing-generation college students. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 64, 432-442. doi: 10.1037/cou0000210
Garriott, P. O., Raque-Bogdan, T. L. Zoma, L.*, Mackie-Hernandez, D.*, & Lavin, K.* (2017). Social cognitive predictors of Mexican American high school students’ math/science career goals. Journal of Career Development, 44, 77-90. doi: 10.1177/0894845316633860
Raque-Bogdan,T. L., & Lucas, M.S. (2016). Career aspirations and the first generation student: An application of the Social Cognitive Career Theory. Journal of College Student Development, 57, 248-262. doi: 10.1353/csd.2016.0026
Raque-Bogdan, T.L., Piontkowski, S., Hui, K., Ziemer, K. S., & Garriott, P. O. (2016). Self-compassion as a mediator between attachment anxiety and body appreciation: An exploratory model. Body Image, 19, 28-36.
Raque-Bogdan, T. L., Hoffman, M. A., Ginter, A. C., Piontkowski, S., Schexnayder, K., & White, R. (2015). The work life and career development of young breast cancer survivors. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 62, 655-669. doi: 10.1037/cou0000068.
Raque-Bogdan, T. L. & Hoffman, M. A. (2015). The relationship among infertility, self-compassion, and well- being for women with primary or secondary Infertility. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 39, 484-496. doi: 10.1177/0361684315576208
Schmidt, C. K., Piontkowski, S., Raque-Bogdan, T. L., & Ziemer, K. S. (2014). Relational health, ethnic identity, and well-being of College Students of Color. The Counseling Psychologist, 42, 473-496. doi: 10.1177/0011000014523796
Hoffman, M., Lent, R. W., & Raque-Bogdan, T. L. (2013). A social cognitive perspective on coping with cancer: Theory, research, and intervention. The Counseling Psychologist, 41, 240-267. doi: 10.1177/0011000012461378
Raque-Bogdan, T. L., Klingaman, E. A., Martin, H. M., & Lucas, M. S. (2013). Career-related parent support and career barriers: An investigation of contextual variables. The Career Development Quarterly, 61, 339-353. doi: 10.1002/j.2161-0045.2013.00060.x
Hoffman, M. A., Baker, L. M., Ziemer, K. S., & Raque-Bogdan, T. L. (2017). Breaking through the barriers: Psycho-education and interventions for sexually transmitted infections in women. In M. Keitel & M. Kopola (Eds). Handbook of Counseling Women (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications Inc.
Schmidt, C. K., Schaefer, K., Piontkowski, S., & Raque-Bogdan, T. L. (2013). The history and future directions of positive health psychology. In J. Sinnott (Ed.), Positive Psychology: Advances in Understanding Adult Motivation (207-228). New York: Springer.
*Indicates student author.