1 KIM BOLAND-PROM, Ph.D., MSW, MA, LCSW Governors State University One University Parkway University Park, IL (708) , EDUCATION Portland State University, Doctor of Philosophy in Social Work and Social Research, Master of Social Work, Lewis and Clark, Master of Arts, Counseling Psychology, University of Utah, Bachelor of Science, TEACHING EXPERIENCE GOVERNORS STATE UNIVERSITY, University Park, IL present Assistant Professor Department of Social Work, College of Health and Human Services Generalist Practice (graduate & undergraduate) Human Behavior in the Social Environment I & II (graduate & undergraduate) Mental Health Practice: Utilization of the DSM Treatment of Children and Adolescents Advanced Standing bridge courses LOYOLA UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, Chicago, IL Assistant Director MSW at Carthage, Kenosha, WI., School of Social Work Social Work with Individuals and Families 1 & II, 2001 to Human Behavior in the Social Environment (psychopathology), Social Work with Individuals and Families (integrative course for advanced standing students), Field integrative seminars (foundation and advanced clinical practice), Statistics for social workers, 2005.
2 Boland-Prom Vitae page 2 TEACHING EXPERIENCE Continued PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY, Portland, OR. Adjunct Instructor, 1997 Graduate School of Social Work Social Work and Social Welfare Policy, CLARK COLLEGE, Vancouver, WA. Adjunct Instructor, Chemical Dependency Department Ethics for Chemical Dependency Professionals, Legal Issues for Chemical Dependency Counselors, Administration of Justice Department Crime Victims, POST MSW EXPERIENCE EMPLOYMENT HISTORY GOVERNORS STATE UNIVERSITY, Social Work Department University Park, IL., 9/06 to present Assistant Professor Teach human behavior and practice classes in BSW and MSW levels LOYOLA UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, MSW PROGRAM AT CARTHAGE Kenosha, WI., 5/01-8/06. Assistant Director of the MSW Program at Carthage. Directed the implementation of the School of Social Work s first satellite MSW Program. Program is being delivered in a new accelerated part time format in Southeastern Wisconsin. Supervised professional and support staff. Taught three courses annually with additional optional courses. Field liaison and academic advisor as one course equivalent. Conducted ongoing program evaluations that included all stakeholders. Developed field education during the first three years of the program including: identified sites for graduate students, negotiated contracts with agencies, approved clinical supervisors, trained field instructors, and developed CEU trainings for field instructors. Formed an advisory board for the program. Advisor to the Graduate Student Organization.
3 Boland-Prom Vitae page 3 POST MSW EXPERIENCE Continued COLUMBIA RIVER MENTAL HEALTH, Vancouver, WA. Access Therapist 5/99-6/01. Conducted clinical interviews of adults and children requesting services from the community mental health center. Completed biopsychosocial assessments including DSM IV diagnosis and course of treatment. Worked individually and conjointly with psychiatric team members. Proposed, planned, and implemented a program evaluation of services provided to individuals with a diagnosis of major depressive disorder based on the Standards of Care from the American Psychiatric Association. FAMILY SERVICES OF RACINE, Racine, WI. Therapist, 3/04-9/04. Out patient therapist for individuals and families with a variety of presenting problems and diagnoses. OTHER EMPLOYMENT PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY, Portland, OR. Center for the Study of Mental Health Policy and Services, Regional Research Institute, Graduate School of Social Work 6/96-9/98. Graduate Research Assistant in NIMH funded research center. Assisted with faculty research and center business as requested. Awarded two research development grants. University Studies 9/95 to 6/96. Graduate Teaching Assistant in Sophomore Inquiry. Worked with an inter-disciplinary team from the Philosophy and Psychology departments in a course titled Knowledge, Understanding, and Rationality. The course was an option within the liberal arts requirements. Planned and lead three weekly mentor sections consisting of lectures and supplementary exercises designed to enrich and support class material. Assisted in the planning and preparing of course materials. Graded all course work.
4 Boland-Prom Vitae page 4 OTHER EMPLOYMENT CONTINUED CLARK COUNTY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY, Vancouver, WA. 2/85-9/95. Adult Diversion 12/86-9/95. Diversion Counselor. Developed a specialized program for intervention for domestic violence. Interviewed and evaluated potential clients to determine therapeutic needs. Managed a case load of first time felony and misdemeanor offenders. A founding member and training coordinator of the Chemical Dependency Training Consortium of Southwest Washington. Victim Witness Unit Victim Witness Program Specialist. 2/85-2/86. Assisted crime victims with crisis intervention, information, and advocacy. Developed the first multi-agency volunteer training program for the unit which won the National Association of Court Appointed Special Advocates 1986 award for an "Outstanding New and Innovative Program." PROJECT STOP Portland, OR. Counselor. 6/93-11/94. Led support groups for clients with gambling problems. Counselor for clients with gambling problems and their families. SALT LAKE CITY RAPE CRISIS CENTER, Salt Lake City, UT Crisis worker, Speakers Bureau Coordinator, trainer, and volunteer supervisor. Provided crisis counseling to sexual assault victims in hospital emergency rooms, in their homes, and on the crisis line. Recruited, trained, and supervised volunteers for the agency s speakers bureau. Spoke to a variety of audiences from professionals to children. Certified trainer of police officers in sex crimes investigations. Lead five regional trainings for the police departments in Utah. VOLUNTEER CLINICAL EXPERIENCE THE COUNSELING CENTER, Vancouver, WA Counselor for individuals dealing with a variety of issues. Co-facilitator of a women's anger control group and a self-esteem group. UTAH STATE PRISON, Draper, UT., Co-therapist of a sex offenders therapy group.
5 Boland-Prom Vitae page 5 PUBLICATIONS Boland-Prom, K., Johnson, J. & Gunaganti, G.S. (in progress) Sanction patterns of social work licensing boards. Boland-Prom, K., & Alvarez, M.E., (under review) Ethical challenges in school social work: A qualitative study. Boland-Prom, K., & Alvarez, M. E., (in press) School social workers sanctioned by state Departments of Education and Licensing Boards. Children and Schools. Boland-Prom, K. (2013) Sanctioned social workers: Research from regulatory boards and ethics committees. Offered online by Pearson Allyn & Bacon. Boland-Prom, K. & MacMullen, N. (2012) Postpartum depression within a social work paradigm. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 22 (6), DOI: / Boland-Prom, K. (2011) Sanctioned Social Workers: Research Results from Three Studies. Executive Summary Report for the American Foundation for Research & Consumer Education in Social Work Regulation. Boland-Prom, K. (2009) Results from a national study of state licensing board actions against social workers. Social Work, 54 (4), Bye, L., Boland-Prom, K., Tsybikdorzhieva, B., Boldonova, I. (2006). Utilizing technology to infuse international content into social work curriculum: A Siberian Correspondent Model. Journal of Teaching in Social Work. 26, 3/4, Boland-Prom, K. and Anderson, S. (2005). Teaching ethical decision-making utilizing dual relationship principles as a case example. Journal of Social Work Education, 41(3), Boland-Prom, K. (2004) Control and social support variables during pregnancy and the development of depressive symptoms during the postpartum period. (Doctoral dissertation, Portland State University, 2004).
6 Boland-Prom Vitae page 6 Boland-Prom, K. and Winter, C. (1993). Recidivism Study: Preliminary Results. Diversion Program Analysis. WA: Clark County Prosecuting Attorney. PRESENTATIONS Gilbert, C. and Boland-Prom, K. (Submitted ) Sanctioned social work supervisors: Findings from a national study of state regulatory boards. International Interdisciplinary Conference on Clinical Supervision (9 th Annual). Adelphi University. Boland-Prom, K. (2012, November) National Study of Social Workers Sanctioned by State Licensing Boards, Council on Social Work Education. Annual Program Meeting, Washington, D.C. Boland-Prom, K. (2012, April 29) Posting Information Online About Sanctioned Social Workers: Empowerment, Public Protection, and Professional Development. Invited speaker, Association of Social Work Boards, Spring Education Meeting, Lexington, Kentucky. Boland-Prom, K. (2010, October) Teaching Clinical Assessment Utilizing Course Management Software, YouTube, and Blog Applications. Annual Program Meeting, Portland, OR. Boland-Prom, K. (2009, May) Challenging ethical dilemmas. Social work workshop sponsored by the Social Work Department of Governors State University. University Park, IL. Zell, M. and Boland-Prom, K. (2008, October) Crossing a border: Teaching strategies for social work educators to ensure the success of Latino students. Annual Program Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. Boland-Prom, K. (2008, May) Report on a national study of sanctioned social workers: Criminals, morals, and discipline panel discussion. Paper presented at the Spring Education Meeting of the Association of Social Work Boards, White Fish, Montana. Jones, K. and Boland-Prom, K. (2007, October) Legal issues in counseling supervision. American Association of Pastoral Counselors, Central Region Meeting, Mundelein, IL.
7 Boland-Prom Vitae page 7 PRESENTATIONS CONTINUED Boland-Prom, K. and Vogt, A. (2006, February) State licensing board actions against social workers: Implications for social work educators. Paper presented at the Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Chicago, IL. Boland-Prom, K. (2005, July) Dual relationships in social work: Moving beyond discussion of thou shall not. Wisconsin Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers sponsored training. Kenosha, WI. Boland-Prom, K., Bethancourt, K., Madvig, M., & Pettit, A. (2005, May). Recovery from postpartum depression: Experiences of mothers and fathers. Research results presented at the annual conference of Wisconsin Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers, Madison, WI. Boland-Prom, K., Marley, J., Noer, L. & Wall, J. (2005, February). An accelerated part time MSW program: A partnership between a university and a college. Paper presented at the annual program meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, New York, NY. Boland-Prom, K, Sheehan, S. & Lee, C. (2004, May) Dual relationships and Social Work Education. Panel discussion at the annual conference of Wisconsin Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers, Milwaukee, WI. Boland-Prom, K. (2004, February). Control variables as predictors of postpartum depression. Paper presented at the Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Anaheim, CA. Boland-Prom, K. (2004, February) Using Blackboard in a practice class. Electronic poster presented at the annual program meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Anaheim, CA. Boland-Prom, K, Sheehan, S. & Lee, C. (2004, May) Dual relationships and Social Work Education. Panel discussion at the annual conference of Wisconsin Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers, Milwaukee, WI.
8 Boland-Prom Vitae page 8 Boland-Prom, K. (1997) Parental depression and child behavioral outcomes: A methodological review. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Western Psychological Association, Seattle, WA. PRESENTATIONS CONTINUED Boland-Prom, K. (1994) Felony diversion programs. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Western Correctional Association, Portland, OR. Winters, C. and Boland-Prom, K. (1994) A pretrial diversion program: Client characteristics, crime type, and re-offense. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago, IL. Boland, K. (1990) Sexual issues in the therapeutic relationship. Presented in a workshop titled: Analyzing the therapeutic relationship. Chemical Dependency Training Consortium of Southwest Washington, Vancouver, WA. Boland, K., (1990) Sexual abuse of clients. Presented in a workshop titled: Client abuse: Acknowledging the problem and helping the victimized clients. Chemical Dependency Training Consortium of Southwest Washington, Vancouver, WA. SERVICE Governors State University Service Faculty Senate Academic Program Review Committee PBAC-IT EPC Educational Policies Committee Latino Center Faculty Mentor Safety Committee (elected) Current (elected) 2 terms (appointed) 2 terms (elected) (peer reviewed) (volunteered) College of Health and Human Service Research Review Committee 2010, 2011 &12 (Chairperson 2011 & 2012) College Curriculum Committee Grievance Committee 2 terms (appointed) HLAD Faulty Search Committees , HLAD Personnel Committee
9 Boland-Prom Vitae page 9 Social Work Department Service Curriculum Committee 2006-present Graduate Admissions Committee 2006-present Faculty Search Committees & (secy) Field Instructor CEU Training 5/8/09 Community Service Beecher Community School District Wellness Committee Illinois Science Fairs, Judge Regional & State 2011 Martin Luther King Day Observance January 21, 2008 Council on Social Work Education, 2008, 2009, 2012 Reviewer of abstracts for Annual Program Meeting Reviewer of papers submitted to Social Work National Association of Social Worker 2012-present National Association of Social Work, WI. Chapter Chair, Ethics Committee. Taylor Home, Racine, WI. Board of Directors LICENSE Illinois Licensed Clinical Social Worker (# ) Since 2005 PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Council on Social Work Education National Association of Social Workers Southern Poverty Law Center
10 Boland-Prom Vitae page 10 GRANT AWARDS 2011 Governors State University, Research Award College of Health Professions 2010 Governors State University, Research Award College of Health Professions American Foundation for Research and Consumer Education In Social Work Regulation, Inc. (2 year, $25,000 research grant) Governors State University, Research Award College of Health Professions Governors State University, Research Award College of Health Professions Governors State University, Research Award College of Health Professions Governors State University, Alumni Association, Faculty Development Grant Governors State University, Faculty Development Grant awarded by the Dean, College of Health Professions Governors State University, Alumni Association, Faculty Development Grant Susan B. Hickman Research Award from Post Partum Support International Research Development Grants (2) from the Center for Study of Mental Health Policy and Services a social work research development center funded by the National Institute of Mental Health.