Contact InformationPhone: Work314.529.6587
PhD in Rehabilitation Counselor Education, Michigan State University
MA in Rehabilitation Counseling, Michigan State University
BA in Psychology, Michigan State University
Substance Abuse, Supported Employment, Career Development, Practicum
School-to-work transition, innovative assistive technologies in applied vocational settings, caseload management and the working alliance, and the effect of technology in traditional (face-to-face) classrooms to assist in scaffolding learning
When I’m Not Teaching
I enjoy spending time with my husband and our Boston Terriers, as well as playing on intramural sports teams, cooking and running.
Kierpiec (Kline), K. M., Phillips, B. N. & Kosciulek, J.F. (2010). Vocational rehabilitation caseload size and the working alliance: Implications for rehabilitation administrators. Journal of Rehabilitation Administration, 34 (1), 5-14.
Leahy, M. J. & Kline, K. M. (in press). Case management practices in human services. In J. D. Andrew, & C. W. Faubion (Eds.), Rehabilitation Services: An introduction for the human services professional (3rd ed). Linn Creek, MO: Aspen Professional Services.
Kline, K. M., Kurz, C. A. & Alsaman- Altantawy, M. (in press). Collaboration Between Rehabilitation Counselors, School Counselors, and Special Education Teachers to Promote Career Development for Students with Disabilities. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling.