Mark E. Kenney, M.Ed., NCC, LPC

Coordinator, Masters Program in Psychology, DeSales Campus


Office Location:  Dooling Hall Rm. 219 (Center Valley, PA)
Office Phone:  610-282-1100x1484
E-Mail:  kenneym@chc.edu





 

Educational Background

  • M.Ed., Counseling in Higher Education, Kutztown University
  • B.S., Temple University

 

Courses Taught

  • The Role of Culture & Gender in Counseling and Psychotherapy
  • Development Across the Lifespan:  Individual and Family
  • Techniques of Counseling and Psychotherapy I

 

Specialization

  • Extensive research and work related to multiple heritage couples, individuals and families and other diverse populations

 

Scholarly Interests

  • Multicultural Issues specifically related to multiple heritage couples, Individuals and families

 

Selected Publications

Kenney, K.R. and Kenney, M.E. (in press).  Counseling.  In Hays, D.G. and Erford, B.T. (Eds.), Developing multicultural counseling competence:  A systems approach. (2nd edition).  Upper Saddle River, NJ:  Pearson Education, Inc.

 

Kenney, K.R.and Kenney, M.E. (2012). Counseling interracial individuals and families. In Lee, C.C. (Ed.), Multicultural issues in counseling: New  approaches to diversity (4th ed.) Alexandria, VA.: American Counseling Association.

 

Kenney, K.R. and Kenney, M.E. (2012). Contemporary U.S. multiple heritage couples, individuals, and families: Issues, concerns, and counseling implications. Counseling Psychology Quarterly. 

 

Kenney, K.R. and Kenney, M.E. (2010).  Advocacy counseling with the multiracial population.  In M.U. Ratts, J.A. Lewis & R.L. Toporek (Eds.), ACA advocacy  competencies: A social justice framework for counselors. Alexandria, VA.: American Counseling Association.

 

Kenney, K.R. and Kenney, M.E. (2009).  Counseling multiple heritage couples and families.  In R. Henrikson & D. Paladino (Eds.), Counseling individuals, couples, and families with multiple heritages. Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.

 

Kenney, K. & Kenney, M. (2002).  Counseling the multiracial population:  Couples, individuals and families (video recording and Leader Guide). Amherst, MA: Micro-training Associates.

 

Wehrly, B., Kenney, K. & Kenney, M. (1999).  Counseling multiracial families.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.

 

Presentations

  • Kenney, M., Newton, K., Black, C. and Datti, P. (2011, October).  PA lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues in counseling:  “Retrospective and future visions”.  Presentation given at the annual Pennsylvania Counseling Association, State College, PA.

 

  • Kenney, K. and Kenney, M. (2010, October).  Counseling the multiracial population. Presentation given at the annual Pennsylvania Counseling Association, State College, PA.

 

  • Kenney, K., Gruber, R., Kenney, M. and Ebert, J. (2010, March).  Putting multicultural,Advocacy and LGBT competencies into action through a student’s reflection.  Presentation given at the annual American Counseling Association, Pittsburgh, PA.

 

  • Kenney, K. and Kenney, M. (2009, March).  Discussing the multiracial population in counselor education curriculum.  Presentation given at the annual American Counseling Association, Charlotte, NC.

 

  • Kenney, K. and Kenney, M. (2008, March).  Community advocacy for the multiracial population: Couples, individuals, and families.  Presentation given at the annual American Counseling Association, Honolulu, HI

 

  • Obre-Austin, L.V., Kindaichi, M., LaBarrie, T., Redington, R.M., Kenney, K. and Kenney, M. (2008, February).  Interracial, couples and families, transracial adoptive families, and multiracial people:  Building a community for the 21stcentury.  Presentation given at the twenty-fifth annual Teachers College, WinterRoundtable on Cultural Psychology and Education, New York, NY.

 

  • Kenney, M. E., Lorah, P., and Matthews, C.R. (2007, October).  Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Competencies and the Advocacy Counseling Competencies in Action.  Presentation given at the annual Pennsylvania Counseling Association, State College, PA.

Other

  • Adjunct faculty, Johns Hopkins University, Department of Counseling and Human Services
  • Affiliated faculty, Antioch University-Seattle, School of Applied Psychology, Counseling, and Family Therapy