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Russell Bartee

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Russ Bartee

Assistant Professor of Graduate Counseling
Graduate Counseling Offices 116

Education

  • B.S. in PreMedical Science from Oklahoma Christian University, Edmond, OK
  • M.Ed. in School Counseling/Professional Counseling from University of North Texas, Denton, TX
  • Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Texas Woman’s University, Denton, TX

Russ Bartee, Ph.D., is a licensed professional counselor and a licensed marriage and family therapist, as well as a visiting professor in the Graduate Counseling Program at Texas Wesleyan University. He received his undergraduate degree from Oklahoma Christian University, and his master’s in counseling from the University of North Texas and Ph.D. from Texas Woman’s University in family therapy.

He has been an active clinician in the Fort Worth area for over 25 years, and continues to maintain a small clinical practice in addition to his duties as a professor at Texas Wesleyan. He has taught at Tarleton State University, Texas Woman’s University, Capella University, and Northcentral University, all in the graduate counseling programs.

He currently serves as a Board Member of the Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, and has chaired both the Ethics and Elections Committees for TAMFT. He is a state board approved supervisor for both the LPC and LMFT licenses. He married his high school sweetheart and have 3 married children and 8 grandchildren. He enjoys reading history and biographies, and spend outdoor time playing golf and with his grandchildren.

Courses Taught

  • 6301
  • 6304
  • 6308
  • 6311
  • 6314
  • 6315
  • 6316
  • 6321
  • 6322
  • 6324
  • 6333
  • Ph.D. courses: 8323 
Presentations
  • 7/11/16 University of Dallas, Dallas, Texas "Gaining Control of Your Health and Financial Stress"
  • 7/27/16 1st Partners, Dallas, Texas "Managing Workplace Stress"
  • 7/27/16 Trinity Industries, Dallas, Texas "Managing Your Stress for Health and Wellness"
  • 8/3/16 Trinity Industries, Dallas, Texas "Managing Your Stress for Health and Wellness"
  • 8/10/16 Trinity Industries, Dallas, Texas "Managing Your Stress for Health and Wellness"
  • 8/11/16 Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas "Helping Employees Manage Job Stress"
  • 8/30/16 Texas Wesleyan University, Fort Worth, Texas "Addressing Negative or Difficult Relationships"
  • 8/30/16 Texas Wesleyan University, Fort Worth, Texas "Enhance Your Relationships with Better Communications"
  • 9/15/16 Page Southerland Page, Dallas, Texas "Managing Workplace Stress"
  • 9/20/16 Page Southerland Page, Dallas, Texas "Managing Workplace Stress"
  • 11/8/16 Page Southerland Page, Dallas, Texas "Bringing Out the Best in Others"
  • 11/16/16 Page Southerland Page, Dallas, Texas "Bringing Out the Best in Others"
  • 1/9/17 Dallas ISD, Dallas, Texas "Managing Workplace Stress"
  • 1/17/17 Exxon-Mobil Corporation, Fort Worth, Texas "Becoming a Successful Team Player"
  • 1/31/17 FAA, Fort Worth, Texas "Five Fast Fixes to Reduce Stress"
  • 1/31/17 FAA, Fort Worth, Texas "Effective Workplace Communication Across Generations"
  • 2/20/17 Dallas ISD, Dallas, Texas "Enhancing Communication Skills"
  • 2/22/17 TAMFT Annual Convention, Austin, Texas " Practice Panic!"
  • 3/30/17 FAA, Fort Worth, Texas "Building a Winning Team"
  • 4/8/17 Dallas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, Dallas, Texas “Family-Based Addictions Therapy”
  • 5/3/17 Exxon-Mobil and XTO, Fort Worth, Texas - “Create a Positive Outlook”