Counseling & Educational Psychology
Phone: (575) 646-xxxx
Office: O’Donnell 202B
Dr. Michael Kalkbrenner received his M.S. in mental health counseling from The College at Brockport, State University of New York. He earned his doctorate in counselor education and supervision from Old Dominion University. Dr. Kalkbrenner’s research interests include college student mental health, interprofessional collaboration, help seeking behaviors among mental health professionals, and experiential learning. He has training in quantitative and qualitative research paradigms, with an emphasis on quantitative methodology in psychometrics and multivariate statistics. Dr. Kalkbrenner has clinical experience providing counseling to a variety of populations in an array of different settings, including medical residents, veterans, college students, and children.
Neukrug, E.S., Kalkbrenner, M.T., & Griffith, S.A. (2017). Barriers to counseling among human service professionals: The development and validation of the fit, stigma, & value (FSV) scale. The Journal of Human Services (in press).
Neukrug, E.S., Kalkbrenner, M.T., Snow, K., (2017). The Dictionary of Counseling and Human Services. Norfolk, VA: Counseling Books
Kalkbrenner, M.T., & Hernández, T. J. (2016). Community college students’ awareness of risk factors for mental health problems and referrals to facilitative and debilitative resources. The Community College Journal of Research and Practice. 41(1), 1-9. doi:10.1080/10668926.2016.1179603
Kalkbrenner, M.T., & Parker, R.H., (2016). Infusing experiential learning into the Introductory to Human Services course based on John Dewey’s Theory of Education. The Journal of Human Services. 36(1), 65-68.