Kylie Rogalla, Ph.D.

Kylie Rogalla

Interim Department Chair, Assistant Professor
Counseling & Human Services
Office: EA 2258
Phone: (574) 520-4606
Fax: (574) 520-4550

Education Background

Kylie Rogalla received her Master's degree in Counselor Education (School Counseling) from Winona State University and is currently completing her final program requirements for her doctoral degree in Counselor Education and Supervision from the University of Northern Colorado (also School Counseling).  Kylie also holds a bachelor of arts degree in psychology from Minnesota State University Moorhead and credentials as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and National Certified Counselor (NCC).  Kylie has two doctoral minors in Higher Education and Student Affairs Leadership (HESAL) and Applied Statistics and Research Methods (ASRM). She has experience working in K-8 private schools, alternative high schools, organizations serving youth with special needs, and domestic violence shelter programs.

Professional Presentations

“Revealing Accounts of Teen Dating Violence: A Narrative Exploration of One Family’s First Hand Experience”
Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES) National Conference
Denver, CO

“Design and Validation of Elementary School Counseling Needs Assessment”
Evidence-Based School Counseling National Conference
Northern Kentucky University

“Examining Relationships between Proactive Coping and Posttraumatic Growth in Experiences of Anticipatory Grief”
American Counseling Association (ACA) National Conference
Honolulu, HI

Scholarship in Progress

Examining the Relationships between the Disposition of Proactive Coping and Personal and Posttraumatic Growth in Individuals Facing Anticipatory Grief due to Expected Death of a Loved One
Dissertation Study (data collection phase)
Counselor Education and Supervision Program—University of Northern Colorado

School Counseling Curriculum in Public Schools: Reactive vs. Proactive Services Addressing Grief and Loss
Prospective Journal:  Professional School Counseling

Exploring Personal Death Anxiety: Experiential Ideas for Developing Competence for Counselors Serving Clients with Grief and Loss Issues
Prospective Journal:  Journal of Humanistic Counseling

Redefining Globalization and Internationalization:  A Follow-Up Investigation from the GCSCORED Board
Prospective Journal: TBD

Service & Continuing Education

Global Center for School Counseling Outcome Research, Evaluation, & Development (GCSCORED)
Chief Research Analyst

“Playing in the Sand: Facilitating the Play”
Training—Plymouth, IN