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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
Email: krogalla@iusb.edu

Education Background

Dr. Kylie Rogalla received her Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision from the University of Northern Colorado including two doctoral minors in Higher Education and Student Affairs Leadership (HESAL) and Applied Statistics and Research Methods (ASRM). Dr. Rogalla earned her Master's degree in Counselor Education (School Counseling) from Winona State University. She holds a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Psychology and a minor in Coaching from Minnesota State University Moorhead.

Dr. Rogalla’s credentials also include Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), National Certified Counselor (NCC) and she is Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy trained. She has accrued clinical experience working in K-8 private schools, alternative high schools, organizations serving youth with special needs, and intimate partner violence crisis programs. She is an active member of the Young Professionals Against Poverty (YPAP) volunteer program in South Bend and holds professional affiliation with ACA, ASCA, ICA, and ADEC.

Dr. Rogalla serves as a primary member of the School Counseling faculty in the Counseling & Human Services department and also teaches core coursework in Clinical Mental Health. She is serving as the interim Department Chair for the 2015-2016 academic year and will move into the Clinic Coordinator role upon completion of this term.

Recent Professional Presentations

Rogalla, K. (2015). Personal counseling for CITs: Benefits, resistance, & advocacy.
Association for Counselor Education & Supervision (ACES) National Conference
Philadelphia, PA—October 8-11, 2015

Rogalla, K. (2015). Anticipatory grief: Proactive coping & personal growth.
Association for Death Education & Counseling (ADEC) National Conference
San Antonio, TX—April 8-11, 2015

Rogalla, K., & Campbell, J. (2015). Counselor racial identity development: Recognizing the impact of white privilege in the therapeutic relationship.
Indiana Counseling Association (ICA) State Conference
Indianapolis, IN—March 13, 2015

Campbell, J., & Rogalla, K. (2015). Counseling LGB clients: LGB related knowledge and affirming attitudes for counselors.
Indiana Counseling Association (ICA) State Conference
Indianapolis, IN—March 13, 2015

Rogalla, K., Larrier, Y., Clark, C., & Reynolds, M. (2014). Design and validation of elementary school counseling needs assessment.
Evidence-Based School Counseling National Conference
Northern Kentucky University

Scholarship and Research

Examining Relationships between Proactive Coping and Experiences of Personal and Posttraumatic Growth during Anticipatory Grief
Dissertation Publication (two-year embargo)
ProQuest

Anticipatory Grief: Exploring Relationships between Proactive Coping, Grief Reaction Factors, Social Support, and Growth among Adults preparing for Loss.
Journal Submission
OMEGA: Journal of Death & Dying

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

Recent Service & Continuing Education

Association for Counselor Education & Supervision (ACES)—National Conference 2015
October 7-11, 2015—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Association for Death Education & Counseling (ADEC)—National Conference
April 8-12, 2015—San Antonio, Texas

Indiana Counseling Association (ICA)—State Conference
March 13, 2015—Indianapolis, Indiana

2nd Annual Evidence-Based School Counseling—National Conference
January 13-14, 2014—Northern Kentucky University

2015-2016        School of Education—Indiana University South Bend        
                         Department Chair—Counseling & Human Services
                         Climate & Faculty Welfare Committee Chair
                         Administrative Council Member
                         Assessment Committee Member
                         GCSCORED Chief Research Analyst
                         CHS Co-Sponsor Rep.—Group Counseling Training (Samaritan Center)
                         Book Reviewer—Pearson Publishing
                        
Journal Reviewer—Counseling & Wellness:A Profess. Counseling Journal
                        
Young Professionals Against Poverty (YPAP) Member
                         Center for the Homeless Volunteer
                         Young Professionals Network (YPN) Member

2013-2014        CACREP Site Visit Re-Accreditation
                         Play Therapy Lab—Co-Creator
                         GCSCORED Chief Research Analyst
                         Special Topics (Suicide Assessment)—Guest Speaker