Min Kim, PhD, CVRC, KSW, CVE
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Min Kim is a post-doctoral fellow at the Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation. He has 6 years of experience in rehabilitation counseling including work with persons with cerebral palsy, blindness, substance abuse disorders, and intellectual disabilities. Dr. Kim completed his Ph.D. at the East Carolina University. His dissertation was titled ‘The effect of concurrent alcohol, drug, psychiatric and vocational treatment on consumer issues, treatment participation, and employment.’ Dr. Kim is interested in vocational program development, job readiness, program evaluation, scale development, and secondary traumatic stress. His career started in the Vocational Evaluation Center of Daegu University, S. Korea where he provided testing, career guidance, and employment planning for students, individuals with disabilities, and community rehabilitation centers. Dr. Kim taught vocational evaluation, case management, ethics courses, statistics, and conducts research with colleagues in both the United States and S. Korea. He is consulting on statistics in both the United States and S. Korea.
Kim, M., & Lee S. W. (2013). Secondary traumatic stress interventions for rehabilitation counseling students: Focused on literature review. Korean Journal of Injury Compensation Insurance, 6(1), 1-20.
Jo, S. J., & Kim. M. (2013). An examination of major models and problems of research in return-to-work: Review of literature. Journal of Rehabilitation Research, 17(3), 119-134.
Kim, M. (2011). Book review: Test scores and what they mean. Vocational evaluation and career assessment professionals journal, 7(2), 38-40.
Kim, M., Cox, C. M., & Lee, S. W. (2011). Future directions to improve return-to-work in vocational rehabilitation for industrial injured workers. Korean Journal of Injury Compensation Insurance, 4(1), 1-20.
Kim, M., & Leierer, S. J. (2014, March). The effect of alcohol, drug, and psychiatric issue severities on treatment participation and employment. 28/50 Collaborative perspectives on addiction, Atlanta, Georgia.
Kim, M., Leierer, S., J., Sligar, S., Toriello, P., & Xiangming, F. (2013, February). Effectiveness of substance abuse intensive outpatient program based on vocational counseling services on consumers’ issues. 10th Annual Jean Mills Health Symposium, East Carolina University, North Carolina.
Kim, M. (2013, September). Counseling Asian-Americans: Focused on Asian culture for U.S. rehabilitation counselors. East Carolina University, College of Allied Health Sciences, Department of Rehabilitation Studies.
Kim, M. (2014, January). Advanced study of statistics focused on ANCOVA, UNIANOVA, and SEM, Pukyong National University, Busan, S. Korea.
Kim, M., Rhee, H. S.,Sligar, S. R., & Zeng, X. (2013, March). A comparison of U.S. and S. Korean practitioners regarding the perception of use and ethical issues of personal health records. 9th Annual Jean Mills Health Symposium, East Carolina University, North Carolina.
Kim, M. & Jo, S. J. (2012, October). The critics of problems of Return-To-Work studies based on a current model. 22nd RI World Congress, Incheon, South Korea.
Kim, M. (2012, October). Ethical Issues and the Use of Personal Health Records. NCRCA/NCVEWAA/VECAP Training Conference, Atlantic Beach, North Carolina.
Kim, M. (2012, September). Why ethics is important in rehabilitation counseling?, Daegu University, College of Rehabilitation Counseling, Department of Vocational Rehabilitation.
Leierer, S. J., Kim, M. (2012, March). Using the Johari windows to develop a schema for ethical testing interpretation. VECAP conference, San Bernardino, California.