Kelly Brey Love, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist

About Kelly

Kelly Brey Love Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist, and is the owner of mind.body.balance. She has trained at UNL, Harvard Medical School, and Baylor College of Medicine, and has worked in outpatient and inpatient settings across the United States.  Before venturing into private practice, and subsequently into mind.body.balance., she worked for many years as the Director of Behavioral Health at the Family Practice Residency Program. Teaching is in her blood, as she has also worked as an adjunct professor at both the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Nebraska Wesleyan University.

Integrative medicine has been a personal and professional area of interest for Dr. Love for many years, as she holds advanced certifications in the areas of mindfulness and meditation and thoroughly enjoys collaboration with different practitioners.  When not doing the psychologist thing, she is usually found doing the mom thing. She enjoys spending time with her family, and her french bulldog puppy Louie Maximus Love,  joining the office as soon as he passes his therapy certification! When she gets quiet time, she loves practicing yoga and meditation.

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology and English – 12/00

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE

Master of Arts, Educational Psychology – 08/03

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE

Doctorate of Philosophy, School Psychology – 08/07

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE

APA Accredited School Psychology Program, Department of Educational Psychology

Dissertation Advisor: Dr. Susan M. Swearer

Dissertation Title: Invisible victims? Analysis of anxious, depressive and aggressive symptomatology in adolescents who observe bullying.

Predoctoral Internship in Clinical Psychology – 7/06 – 7/07

McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School

APA Accredited Predoctoral Internship Program

*Winner of the 2005 APPIC Award for Excellence in Internship Training

McLean Hospital, Belmont, MA

Fellow in Psychiatry in the Department of Psychology at Harvard Medical School – 7/06 – 7/07

Harvard Medical School, Cambridge, MA

Postdoctoral Fellow in Clinical Child Psychology – 9/07 – 9/08

Texas Children’s Hospital/Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX

Owner, mind.body.balance. LLC – 6/19-current 

Lincoln, NE

  • Owner of and clinician in an integrative medicine clinic in Lincoln. Practitioners include mental health, acupuncture, chiropractic, Reiki, massage, and vibrational sound therapists.

Licensed Psychologist in Private Practice – 2/19-current

Kelly Brey Love PhD PC Lincoln, NE

  • Psychologist working in a collaborative multidisciplinary outpatient clinic serving children, adolescents, adults and families.
  • Utilization of evidence-based therapeutic techniques, including (but not limited to) behavioral therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, parent skills training, meditation and mindfulness, trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy, DBT infused therapy, individual and family therapy, consultation, and education/outreach.
  • Specific focus with working with adolescents/young adults.
  • Conduct comprehensive psychological assessments to determine diagnosis, inform treatment, and monitor progress toward treatment goals.

Licensed Psychologist in Private Practice – 2/18-2/19

Encompass Care   Lincoln, NE

  • Psychologist working in a collaborative multidisciplinary outpatient clinic serving children, adolescents, adults and families.
  • Utilization of evidence-based therapeutic techniques, including (but not limited to) behavioral therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, parent skills training, meditation and mindfulness, trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy, DBT infused therapy, individual and family therapy, consultation, and education/outreach.
  • Specific focus with working with schools and other medical providers.
  • Conduct comprehensive psychological assessments to determine diagnosis, inform treatment, and monitor progress toward treatment goals.

Director of Behavioral Health: 6/2014-11/2017 

Faculty Member: 6/2010- 11/2017

Lincoln Family Medicine Program/Lincoln Behavioral Health Center  Lincoln, NE

  • Faculty member in a multidisciplinary, Patient Centered Medical Home in Lincoln, NE.
  • Responsibilities included supervision, evaluation, and education of 24 physicians during their Family Practice Residency, as well as supervision of a social worker, and two Master’s level mental health therapists.
  • Responsible for development and implementation of the Behavioral Health Curriculum, as well as the Resident Wellness Curriculum. Maintained adherence to criteria set forth for both by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.
  • Clinical responsibilities included provision of mental health services, which included assessment and individual/family therapy across the life span, utilizing evidence based medicine, as well as multidisciplinary collaboration with medical staff in an integrated primary health care setting.
  • Integral member of selection and interview process for prospective residents and faculty specializing in Family Practice, as well as support staff.
  • Member of the Clinical Competencies Committee, Program Development and Improvement Committee, Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Committee, and the Public Relations Committee. Selected member of the National Wellness Taskforce.

Psychologist in Private Practice – 9/08-7/10

Behavioral Pediatrics and Family Therapy Program   Lincoln, NE

  • Clinical private psychological practice serving children, adolescents, parents and young adults.
  • Therapy modalities included parent skills training, behavioral pediatrics, individual therapy, family therapy, consultation, and education/outreach.

Psychometrician – 9/08-9/09

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Athletic Department  Lincoln, NE

  • Conducted diagnostic evaluations and assessment of college student athletes for mental health disorders and/or learning disabilities.

Child Psychology Postdoctoral Fellow, Texas Children’s Hospital/Baylor College of Medicine – 9/07-9/08

Texas Children’s Hospital

Supervisors:  Marni Axelrad PhD and David Curtis, PhD

  • Clinical Child Psychology Fellowship in the Learning Support Center for Child Psychology at Texas Children’s Hospital/Baylor College of Medicine Department of Child Psychology and Pediatrics.
  • Specialized focus in the Disruptive Behavior Disorders (DBD) program, a multidisciplinary outpatient program designed to evaluate behavioral, social, and neurocognitive functioning of children with attention and/or disruptive behavior problems. Supervision of Psychiatry residents on their Psychology rotation, as well as Psychology Interns.
  • Treatment modalities included parent training, behavior therapy, parent-child interaction therapy, school observation and consultation, ADHD psychoeducation, family therapy and social skills training in group and individual formats.
  • Minor rotations in the Anxiety and Mood Disorders program/ Primary Care Child Psychology.
  • Weekly participation in Child Psychology Seminar, Professional Practice Seminar, Pediatric Grand Rounds, and Professional Development Seminar.

Psychology Intern, McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School – 7/06-7/07

McLean Psychiatric Hospital

Supervisor:  Philip Levendusky, PhD, ABPP

  • Internship in the Behavioral Health Partial Program at McLean Psychiatric Hospital. Internship focused on working with the full spectrum of adult psychopathology and application of Empirically Supported Treatments in the major teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School.
  • Duties included case management, consultation-liaison and clinical assessment in a partial hospital and inpatient setting. Individual psychotherapy in the partial hospital, outpatient, and inpatient settings; and group psychotherapy in partial hospital settings.
  • Electives included development and implementation of a Motivational Interviewing based group psychotherapy curriculum at Klarman Eating Disorders Center (residential and partial treatment program for females aged 13-24), and individual and group psychotherapy at Franciscan Children’s Hospital (short-term Inpatient Program for children and adolescents aged 3 to 19).

Attendance in professional development seminars, which included Hospital Administration, Ethics, Psychodynamic Theories and Principles, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Grand Rounds.

Child and Adolescent Therapy Clinic – 8/05-5/06

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Supervisor: Mark Lukin, PhD

  • Supervisor in the Child and Adolescent Therapy Clinic.
  • Supervisees were graduate students pursuing their Doctorate in Psychology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
  • Patients were children and adolescents experiencing social, emotional and/or behavioral difficulties.
  • Duties included direct observation of therapists, as well as audio review of therapy sessions, and provision of feedback in written and verbal form. Also review of all documentation (intake, progress notes, diagnoses, etc) to ensure all standards are met.

Parent and Child Consultation Clinic – 8/05-5-06

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Supervisor: Merilee McCurdy, PhD

  • Supervisor in the Parent and Child Consultation Clinic.
  • Supervisees were graduate students pursuing their Educational Specialist Degree/ Doctorate in Psychology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
  • Clients were families with children experiencing behavioral and/or academic difficulties.
  • Duties included direct observation of therapists, as well as audio review of therapy sessions, and provision of feedback in written and verbal form. Also reviewed all documentation (intake, progress notes, diagnoses, etc) to ensure all standards are met.

Munroe-Meyer Genetics and Rehabilitation Institute – 6/05-8/05

University of Nebraska-Medical Center

Supervisor: Keith Allen, PhD

  • Summer externship at Munroe-Meyer Institute in Omaha, NE.
  • Observation, case conceptualization, treatment and diagnosis of clients with a variety of childhood disorders.
  • Clients were children, adolescents and families who are experiencing behavioral emotional and intellectual difficulties in a multidisciplinary outpatient clinical and primary care setting.

Juvenile Detention/Youth Services Center – 6/04-6/05

Lincoln/Lancaster County Child Guidance Center

Supervisor: Michelle Grummert MA

  • Therapist in the Youth Services Center working with detained youth.
  • Clients were adolescents aged 12-18 who reside in a secure facility while awaiting sentencing in the juvenile or adult judicial system.
  • Duties included assessment of safety and coping skills, crisis intervention, mental health evaluation, facilitating adjustment in a secure facility, and provision of transitional therapeutic services.

Child and Adolescent Therapy Clinic – 8/03-6/04

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Supervisor: Susan Swearer, PhD

  • Student therapist in the Child and Adolescent Therapy Clinic.
  • Clients were children and adolescents experiencing social, emotional and/or behavioral difficulties.
  • Duties included working with the child and/or family providing Cognitive Behavioral Therapeutic services.
  • Clients were seen in the Clinic located on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus, as well as Lincoln East High School and Huntington Elementary School.

Graduate Assistantship – 7/03-8/03

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Supervisor: Merilee McCurdy, PhD

  • Five-week assistantship for the Counseling and School Psychology Clinic.
  • Duties included development and implementation of an organizational system used for clinic protocols, test kits, patient files, etc.

Parent and Child Consultation Clinic – 8/02-6/03        

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Supervisor: Merilee McCurdy, PhD

  • Student clinician in the Parent and Child Consultation Clinic.
  • Clients were families with children experiencing social, emotional, behavioral and/or academic difficulties.
  • As a behavioral therapist, duties included working individually with the child, as well as their family, to remediate the presenting problems.

School Psychology Practicum – 8/02-6/03        

West Lincoln Elementary School

Supervisor: Beth Doll, PhD

  • Practicum student in School Psychology.
  • Practicum site was a Title 1 elementary school with 30% mobility.
  • Duties included facilitation of and participation in Multidisciplinary Team Meetings, Student Assistance Teams, consultation, intellectual and behavioral assessments, counseling groups, behavioral observations, student mentoring, and individual counseling sessions.

Conjoint Behavioral Consultant – 8/01-8/02        

University of Nebraska-Lincoln: Conjoint Behavioral Consultation Grant Training Program

Supervisor: Susan Sheridan, PhD

  • Program involvement included training under the Conjoint Behavioral Consultation model to identify and remediate social, academic and behavioral problems, as well as the application of the model within a Title 1 elementary and preschool school environment.
  • Duties included working with parents, teachers, special educators, and other consultees to collaboratively develop and implement interventions across settings.

Family Support Worker and Options Specialist – 1/01-8/01        

Visinet, Inc.

Supervisor: Julie Mason

  • Duties included parental training by providing families involved with Child Protective Services the educational assistance necessary for reunification.
  • Connected families with available community resources to attain goal of reunification, as well as conduct court ordered supervised visitation.
  • Responsible for transporting children to and from therapy, and supervision of the Visitation Center.

 

Adjunct Professor – Spring 2010

Introduction to Counseling Skills 115, Nebraska Wesleyan University

Guest Lecturer – Fall 2010

School Based Psychology Practicum, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Adjunct Professor – Fall 2008

Interventions in School Psychology 954, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Graduate Teaching Assistant – Fall 2005/Spring 2006

Counseling and School Psychology Clinic, University of Nebraska Lincoln

Graduate Teaching Assistant – Fall 2005

Child and Adolescent Therapy Clinic, University of Nebraska- Lincoln

Guest Lecturer – June 2005

Single Subject/Small N Research Design 900B

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant – Fall 2000

Introductory Psychology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant – Fall 2000

Ruth Staples Child Development Laboratory, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

 

Summer Institute on Youth Violence Prevention – 8/05

University of California, San Diego

  • Invited attendee at the Summer Institute on Youth Violence Prevention sponsored by the Southern California Academic Center of Excellence on Youth Violence Prevention and the Presley Center for Crime and Justice Studies at University of California, Riverside.
  • Participation in a week-long program focused on advanced training, research and evaluation in the area of youth violence prevention.

Graduate Assistantship – 8/03-8/05 

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Supervisor: Susan Sheridan, PhD

  • Graduate assistant to the Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools.
  • Duties included scouting funding opportunities relevant for Faculty Affiliates of the Center, summarizing grants and relevant statistical websites for faculty dissemination, construction and organization of the Center resource library, development and maintenance of the Center website, and providing assistance with organization activities for Faculty Affiliates.

Doctoral Seminar/Research Lab – 8/01-8/05        

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Supervisor: Susan M. Swearer, PhD

  • Project Director in doctoral seminar led by Dr. Susan Swearer.
  • Assisted with data collection, entry and analysis regarding the research project entitled: Target Bullying: Ecologically-Based Prevention and Intervention for Schools. Target Bullying is a comprehensive program of research examining bullying and victimization in school-aged youth.
  • Research included examination of the psychosocial correlates in bullying and victimization and the development of an empirically-based intervention program, and was presented at several local and national conferences.

Graduate Assistantship – 6/02-07/03

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Supervisor: Beth Doll, PhD

  • Graduate assistant to the “Getting Families Connected” project. This pilot project joined the Nebraska Department of Education and Health and Human services in promoting self directed services for families of children with disabilities through age five.
  • Duties included consultation with the Nebraska State Department of Education, Health and Human Services, and Educational Service Units from pilot sites across the state.
  • Other duties included construction of training modules to facilitate in the training of Services providers, coordination of materials across agencies, identification of resources, and participation in planning meetings.

Conjoint Behavioral Consultation Data Coding – 6/02-8/02        

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Supervisor: Susan M. Sheridan, PhD

  • Assisted with data coding and treatment integrity evaluation of completed Conjoint Behavioral Consultation cases. Interrater reliability was above 80%.

Curriculum Based Measurement – 9/01-5/02        

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Supervisor: Merilee McCurdy, PhD

  • Participated in a school-wide curriculum based measurement of reading skills at the middle school level.

Undergraduate Research Assistant – 8/99-8/01        

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Supervisor: Susan M. Swearer, PhD

  • Worked with Dr. Susan Swearer on several research projects.
  • Conducted literature reviews and assisted with data collection and entry regarding the Nebraska Bullying Prevention and Intervention Project.

Data Collection and Observation – 2/01-8/01        

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Supervisor: Melissa Brown, MA

  • Conducted observations and data collection on success regarding implementation of a behavioral intervention with a preschool child with Autism.

Undergraduate Research Assistant – 8/00-12/00      

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Supervisor: Jean Mason PhD

  • Assisted with data collection pertaining to research on the efficacy of various types of assessment and feedback on student learning.

Undergraduate Research Assistant – 8/98-12/98      

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Supervisor: Peter Le PhD

  • Conducted research experiments with human subjects, facilitated interviews, and performed data coding and analysis on subject’s answers regarding the validity and accuracy of repressed and implanted memories.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy Certificate Program – Fall 2018

Mindfulness and Meditation in Clinical Practice – Fall 2018

Behavioral Science/Family Systems Educator Fellowship through the Society for Teachers in Family Medicine – 2015-2016

REACH Mini Fellowship in Primary Pediatric Psychopharmacology – 12/13-6/14

University of Massachusetts Certificate Program: Primary Care in Behavioral Health – Fall 2013

Ad Hoc Reviewer School Psychology Review – 2007

Reviewed and edited research manuscripts submitted for publication in School Psychology Review.

Ad Hoc Reviewer Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation – 2005

Reviewed and edited research manuscripts submitted for publication in the Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation.

Reviewer – 2005

Reviewed and provided feedback on chapters submitted for publication in Bullying in American Schools: A Social-Ecological Perspective on Prevention and Intervention (edited by Drs. Susan Swearer and Dorothy Espelage, for Lawrence Earlbaum Associates).

Ad Hoc Reviewer School Psychology Quarterly – 2002

Reviewed and edited research manuscripts submitted for publication in School Psychology Quarterly.

Love, K.B. (2014). Review of the Children’s Measure of Obsessive Compulsive Symptoms. In J.F. Carlson, K.F. Geisinger, & J.L. Jonson (Eds.), The nineteenth mental measurements yearbook. Lincoln, NE: The Buros Institute of Mental Measurements of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Axelrad, M.E., Garland, B.H., & Love, K.B. (2009)  Brief Behavioral Intervention for Young Children with Disruptive Behaviors. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 16, 263-269.

Love, K.B., & Swearer, S.M. (2009).  Childhood Depression. In C.S. Clauss-Ehlers (Ed.), The encyclopedia of cross cultural school psychology.

Love, K.B. (2007). Close but no cigar (yet): A commentary on the article, Has consultation achieved it’s primary prevention potential? Special Issue in the Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation.

Swearer, S.M., Espelage, D., Love, K.B., & Kingsbury, W. (2007).  School-wide approaches to intervention with school violence and bullying. In J. Cummings & B. Doll (Eds.), Population-based services of School Psychologists.

Swearer, S. M., Buhs, E., Siebecker, A. B., Love, K. B., Miller, C. K., & Stratman, A. (2007). Bullying and peer victimization. In H.L.K. Coleman & C. Yeh (Eds.), Handbook of school counseling. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

Swearer, S.M., Love, K.B., & Haye, K.M. (2007). Play Therapy.  In  R.S. New & M. Cochran (Eds.) Early childhood education:  An international encyclopedia. Greenwood Publishing Group.

Swearer, S. M., & Love, K. B. (2005). Review of the Reynolds Bully-Victim Scale for Schools. In B. S. Plake, J. C. Impara, & R. A. Spies (Eds.), The fifteenth mental measurements yearbook. Lincoln, NE: The Buros Institute of Mental Measurements of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Swearer, S. M., & Love, K. B. (2005). Review of the Internalized Shame Scale. In B.S. Plake, J.C. Impara, & R.A. Spies (Eds.), The fifteenth mental measurements yearbook. Lincoln, NE: The Buros Institute of Mental Measurements of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Love, K.B., Schemm, A.V., & Sheridan, S.M. (2005).  The Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools.  The Nebraska School Psychologist, February 2005; 35, 2

Love, K.B., & Muggy, T. M. (2016). OMG! It’s Time for RWG! Implementation of a Resident Wellness Group Curriculum. Poster presented at the Society for Teachers of Family Medicine annual meeting in Minneapolis, MN.

Curtis, D.F., Garland, B.H., & Love, K.B. (2008 October).  Examining the Severity of Child Externalizing Symptoms Following Family Participation. Plenary talk to be presented at the Kansas Conference in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology annual meeting in Lawrence, KS. 

Love, K.B., Curtis, D.F., & Garland, B.H. (2008 October).  Perceptions of Stress and Self-Efficacy of Parents of Children Diagnosed with ADHD.  Poster presented at the Kansas Conference in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology annual meeting in Lawrence, KS. 

Love, K.B., Swearer, S.M. (2007 August). Invisible Victims?  Examination of Anxious, Depressive, and Aggressive Symptomatology in Adolescents who Observe Bullying.  Poster presented at the American Psychological Association annual meeting in San Francisco, CA.

Love, K.B., Swearer, S.M., Lieske, J.L., Siebecker, A.B., & Givens, J. (2005 August). School Climate, Victimization and Anxiety in Male High School Students.  Poster presented at the American Psychological Association annual meeting in Washington, D.C.

Siebecker, A.B., Swearer, S.M., Love, K.B., Turner, R., Johnson, L., & Lieske, J.L. (2005 August). Relationship among Parent Involvement, Perceptions of School Climate and Victimization.  Poster presented at the American Psychological Association annual meeting in Washington, D.C. *Winner of the Division 16 AGS Publishing Scholarship.

Lieske, J.L., Love, K.B., & Swearer, S.M. (2005 June).  Bullying Prevention and Intervention:  How to Effectively Reduce Bullying.  Presented at the Nebraska Middle Level Academy Conference in Kearney, NE. 

Love, K.B., Swearer, S.M., Lieske, J.L., Yates, K.E., Bevins, K. & Haye, K.M. (2005 April). In D.L. Espelage & S.M. Swearer (Chairs), Observers of Bullying:  Invisible Victims? This poster is part of the symposium “Bullying and Peer Victimization During Early Adolescence: Why Me, Why Not Me, and What Do I Do Now?” presented at the Society for Research on Child Development Biennial Meeting in Atlanta, GA.

Lieske, J.L., Swearer, S.M., Love, K.B., & Siebecker, A.B. (2005 April). In D.L. Espelage & S.M. Swearer (Chairs), Obesity and Bullying: Weighing the Issues. This poster is part of the symposium “Bullying and Peer Victimization During Early Adolescence: Why Me, Why Not Me, and What Do I Do Now?” presented at the Society for Research on Child Development Biennial Meeting in Atlanta, GA.

Buhs, E.S., Swearer, S.M., Siebecker, A.B., & Love, K.B. (2005 April). Comorbidity and Longitudinal Associations Among Anxiety, Depression and Aggression in Adolescence:  Anxiety as a Mediating Process.  Poster presented at the Society for Research on Child Development Biennial Meeting in Atlanta, GA. 

Love, K. B., & Swearer, S.M. (2005 March).  Bullying: What’s the big deal, and what can I do? Presented to an undergraduate Educational Psychology class at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.  

Lieske, J.L., Swearer, S.M., & Love, K.B. (2004 October). Comorbidity of major depressive disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder: Influence of depression on an OCD treatment protocol:  A case presentation. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Kansas Conference in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology; Lawrence KS.

Love, K.B., Swearer, S.M., Lieske, J. L., Bevins, K., & Yates, K.E. (2004 October).  Triple threat? An examination of comorbid anxiety and depression along the bully/victim continuum.  Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Kansas Conference in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology; Lawrence KS.

Love, K. B., & Lieske, J. (2004 June). Bullying and victimization among young children: Problems and pitfalls for early childhood providers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Early Childhood Conference; Seward, NE.

Swearer, S. M., Haye, K. M., Brey, K. M., & Turner, R. K. (2003 November). A longitudinal examination of internalizing factors and bully/victim problems in middle school students: Do predictors change over time? Paper presented as part of a symposium at the Association for the Advancement of Behavioral Therapy annual meeting in Boston, Massachusetts.

Turner, R. K., Brey, K. M., Swearer, S. M., & Eagle, J. (2003 November). The impact of homework in a cognitive behavioral treatment program for OCD. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Behavioral Therapy, Boston, Massachusetts.

Doll, B., Siemers, E., & Brey, K. (2003 August). Assessing classrooms’ instructional climates: Reliability and validity of student surveys. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association , Toronto, Canada.

Haye, K. M., Swearer, S. M., Brey, K. M., & Turner, R. K. (2003 August). Examining locus of control along the bully/victim continuum. This paper is part of the symposium “Cognitive and Social Mechanisms in Adolescent Bullying” presented at the American Psychological Association annual meeting in Toronto, Canada.

Haye, K.M., Brey, K.M., & Swearer, S.M. (2003 May).  Teacher in-service on Bullying Prevention and Intervention for Bennington Public Schools; Bennington, NE.

Swearer, S. M., Haye, K. M., Cary, P. T., Brey, K. M., & Frazier-Koontz, M. (2002 November). In A.E. Grills (chair), The ecology of peer victimization in middle-school youth: An examination of transitional years and internalizing difficulties. Paper presented as part of symposium conducted at the meeting of the Association for Advancement of Behavioral Therapies, Reno, NV.

Brey, K.M. (2002). Adapting the curriculum. Retrieved January 16th, 2003 from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Teachers College website: http://tc.unl.edu/schoolpsych/Forms/CBCforms/Adapting%20the%20Curriculum.ppt

Brown, M. S., Sheridan, S. M., & Brey, K. M. (2002 April). Implementing best practices in early childhood natural environments through Conjoint Behavioral Consultation. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Nebraska Psychological Association, Lincoln, NE

Sheridan, S. M., Cowan, R. J., Warnes, E. D., Schemm, A. V., Brown, M., Dowd, S., Brey, K., Clarke, B., Gortmaker, V., Marti, D., & Stagg, B. (2002 March). In S.M. Sheridan (chair) Strategies for success in consultation practice: Building relationships, achieving goals and overcoming barriers. Paper presented as part of symposium conducted at the meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists, Chicago IL.

Cary, P. T., Swearer, S. M., Sohn, E., Miller, C. K., & Brey, K. M. (2001 August). Bully-victim status and students’ attitudes and perceptions toward bullying. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

“40 Clinicians Stories.” One of forty nationally featured members of the National Health Service Corp. – 2013

http://nhsc.hrsa.gov/corpsexperience/40clinicians/kellylove/index.html

Invited attendee at the Southern California Academic Center of Excellence on Youth Violence Prevention and Presley Center for Crime and Justice Studies Summer Institute on Youth Violence Prevention in San Diego, CA – Summer 2005

Division 16 Paul Henkin Student Travel Award – August 2005

SASP National Election Board – Summer 2005

American Psychological Association Student Travel Award – 2005

University of Nebraska-Lincoln SASP (Student Affiliates in School Psychology) Leadership Team – 2005-2006

Hazel V. Emley Fellowship – 2005-2006

College of Education and Human Sciences Research Travel Award – Fall 2004

SASP National Student Liaison – Elected 2004-2005

SASP student representative UNL PhD program – Elected 2003-2004

NSPA student liaison (Nebraska School Psychology Association) – Elected 2002

Academic Honor and Achievement Scholarship – Kappa Alpha Theta competitive scholarship 1999

Sigma Tau Delta, National English Honor Society – Inducted 1999

Psi Chi, National Psychology Honor Society – Inducted 1998

Dean’s List, University of Nebraska Lincoln – 1998-2000

Child Care Advisory Board-Trinity United Methodist Church – 11/17-Current 

Past President- Wysong Elementary PTO  – 8/17-Current              

President- Wysong Elementary PTO – 8/16-8/17             

Sunday School teacher Trinity United Methodist Church (substitute) – 2015-current

Non-affiliated voting member of Briar Cliff University’s Institutional Review Board Human Subjects Committee. – 2014- current  

Adoption counselor at The Cat House – 10/04-6/06

Volunteer worker on the Rape/Spouse Abuse Crisis Line – 1/99-8/01

Rape/Spouse Abuse Crisis Center (R/SACC)

American Psychological Association

Division 53 of the American Psychological Association

Nebraska Psychological Association

Society for Teachers of Family Medicine

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