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Faculty Directory » Lynne Kellner

Behavioral Sciences

Office Hours:

Semester: Fall 2017
Monday 3:15 - 4:00
Tuesday 12:30 - 1:45
Thursday 11:00 - 12:30

Office Information:

Room Number: McKay 222
Phone: 978-665-3259
Email: lkellner@fitchburgstate.edu

Courses Taught:

Introduction to Human Services (HMSV 1100)
Crisis Intervention (HMSV 2400)
Interviewing Techniques (HMSV 2500)
Case Management (HMSV 3800)
Abuse and Neglect within the Family (HMSV 3500)
Assessment and Intervention (HMSV 3600)
Professional Issues in Human Services (HMSV 3700)
Internship in Human Services (HMSV 480, HMSV 4880, HMSV 4890)
General Psychology (PSY 1100)
Internship in Psychology (PSY 4950, PSY 4960)
Internship in School Counseling (Graduate Level)
Internship in Mental Health Counseling (Graduate Level)
Case Analysis & Counseling Techniques (Graduate Level)
Childhood Trauma & its Impact on School Based Services (Graduate Level)
Lifespan Development (Graduate Level)

Education:

Ph.D. Counseling Psych, UMass-Amherst 1994
M.Ed. Counseling Psych, UMass-Amherst 1986
B.A. City College of New York 1977

Research Interests:

Child and Adolescent Services
Multicultural Competencies in Counseling
Interpersonal Violence

Current Projects:

Fitchburg Anti-Violence Education

Representative Publications:

Kellner, L. (2012). “Family Preservation.” In C. Crosson (Ed.), Exploring child welfare: A practice perspective (6th ed.). Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Kellner, L. (2012). “Teenage pregnancy and parenting.” In C. Crosson (Ed.), Exploring child welfare: A practice perspective (6th ed.). Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Kellner, L. (2012). “Childhood trauma: An introduction.” Brockton, MA: Western Schools, Inc.

Kellner, L. (2010). “Adoptive families: Trends and therapeutic interventions.” Brockton, MA: Western Schools, Inc.

Kellner, L. (2010). “Ethical issues in children’s health and health care. Brockton, MA: Western Schools, Inc.

Kellner, L. (2009). “Teenage pregnancy and parenting.” In C. Crosson (Ed.), Exploring child welfare: A practice perspective (4th ed.). Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Kellner, L. (2009). “Multicultural counseling and awareness.” Brockton, MA: Western Schools, Inc.

Kellner, L. (2009). “Serious mental illness – Clinical case management and assertive community treatment approaches.” Brockton, MA: Western Schools, Inc.

Crosson-Tower, C., & Kellner, L. (2008). My Helping-Kit: Supplemental to Understanding Child Abuse and Neglect. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Kellner, L. A. (2007). “’Dear intern’: Students’ recommendations for transformative internships.” Human Services: A Journal of the National Organization for Human Services, 27, 4-16.

Kellner, L., & Freden, L. (2006). “’If they could see me now’: College students reflect on their experiences as Special Education students in the K-12 system” Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal, 2, 58-76.

Kellner, L. (2006). “Teenage pregnancy and parenting.” In C. Crosson (Ed.), Exploring child welfare: A practice perspective (4th ed.). (275-302). Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Kellner, L. (2004). “’If I had my own world’: The arts as transformation for adolescents exposed to community violence.” Journal of Poetry Therapy, 17(2), 63-79.

Kellner, L. (2003). “Teenage pregnancy and parenting.” In C. Crosson (Ed.), Exploring child welfare: A practice perspective (3rd ed.) (pp. 273-301). Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Kellner, L., & Lucas, J. (2003). “Students, agencies and academia: Goodness of fit?” Human Service Education, 23, 39-51.

Kellner, L. (2001). “The day after: Returning to the classroom.” The Link, 22(4), 1,8.

Kellner, L., Haddad, D., with Forcier, A. (2001). “She even walked the dog: The roles of relational context and goal setting in a welfare to work program.” The Qualitative Report, 6(3), 1-29.

Kellner, L., Haddad, D., & Forcier, A. (1999). Families First Training Manual. Fitchburg, MA: Fitchburg State College.

Kellner, L. (1994). A Constructivist Approach to the Treatment of Sexually Abused Boys. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Amherst: University of Massachusetts.

Professional Affiliations:

American Psychological Association
Council for Standards in Human Services Education