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Kelli Fox

Kelli earned a bachelor's degree at Rutgers University in NJ and a master of social work degree at the University of New England in Maine. I have been teaching in higher education since 1994.

Throughout her clinical work, Kelli has learned from mentors and her own experiences to recognize the power of positive and authentic relationship to create healing and recovery for individuals and families, including very young children and adult survivors of violence.  While also employing other practice theories, Kelli believes that working from this relational framework in the context of clinical supervision, organizational leadership and change management and as an educator is invaluable and creates the basis from which learning, growth and positive change emerges.

Kelli has served the UNE community and the school of social work as faculty mentor and 'champion' for students to engage in interprofessional team collaboration, including the Ghana International Health Immersion. Kelli has been part of several HRSA IPE grant implementation and evaluation teams and has served as co-chair of the SSW Curriculum Committee and the WCHP Committee for Excellence in Clinical Education. 

Education

MSW

University of New England

1991

BA

Rutgers University

1985

Board Certifications and Licenses

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Certified Clinical Supervisor

Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor

Certificate

Organizational Training and Development

University of Southern Maine

Portland

Maine

Expertise

Organizational development

change

and leadership

professional workforce education and training

young children (birth - 5) and families

traumatic experience and recovery

substance use disorders

vicarious trauma

body-mind-spirit oriented therapies

Research

Selected Publications

 

Other Scholarly Activity

NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES

2017 PRESENTATION PEER-REVIEWED PRESENTATIONS (*PRESENTING AUTHOR):

  • • *Crampsey, E., *Fox, K., *Hall, K., *McCormack Tutt, S., *Ross, N. J., Froehlich, J., & Rodriguez, K. Parallel Processes in Interprofessional Education (IPE): From Campus to Community. [Interactive Presentation]. Collaborating Across Borders VI Conference: Banff, Canada. October 2017.

 

2018 PRESENTATIONS PEER-REVIEWED PRESENTATIONS (*PRESENTING AUTHOR):

  • • *Fox, K., Crampsey, E., Froehlich, J., Hall, K., Jones, V., McCormack Tutt, S., Ochs, L., Rodriguez, K., Ross, N. J., & Visich, D. Parallel Processes of Interprofessional Education (IPE). [Oral Presentation]. Westfield State University Clinical Social Work Summit: Westfield, MA. March 2018.

 

 

  • • *Froehlich, J., Crampsey, E., Fox, K., Hall, K., Jones, V., McCormack Tutt, S., Ochs, L., Rodriguez, K., Ross, N. J., & Visich, D. Parallel Processes of Interprofessional Education (IPE). [Oral Presentation]. NEXUS Summit: Minneapolis, MN. July 2018.

 

  • • *Jones, V., *McCormack Tutt, S., Crampsey, E., Fox, K., Froehlich, J., Hall, K., Ochs, L., Rodriguez, K., Ross, N. J., & Visich, D. Collaborating Across CampusParallel Processes in IPE. [Oral Presentation]. All Together Better Health Conference: Auckland, New Zealand. September 2018.

 

  • • *Fox, K., *McCormack Tutt, S., Crampsey, E., Froehlich, J., Hall, K., Jones, V., Ochs, L., Rodriguez, K., Ross, N. J., & Visich, D. Collaborating Across CampusParallel Processes in IPE. [Workshop Presentation]. IPE Showcase, University of New England, Portland, Maine. September 2018

 

  • • *Ross, N. J., Crampsey, E., Fox, K., Froehlich, J., Hall, K., Jones, V., McCormack Tutt, S., Ochs, L., Rodriguez, K., Ross, N. J., & Visich, D. Parallel Processes in Interprofessional Education (IPE): From Campus to Community. [Oral Presentation]. Jefferson Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education (JCIPE) conference, Philadelphia, PA. October 2018.

 

INVITED PEER-REVIEWED PRESENTATIONS (*PRESENTING AUTHOR):

  • • Fox, K., Ethical Considerations for Working with Families. [Workshop Presentation]. Maine Child Welfare Conference, Bangor, ME. June 2018

 

  • • *Fox, K., *McCormack Tutt, S., Crampsey, E., Froehlich, J., Hall, K., Jones, V., Ochs, L., Rodriguez, K., Ross, N. J., & Visich, D. Collaborating Across CampusParallel Processes in IPE. [Workshop Presentation]. CSWE APM, Orlando, FL. November 2018.

 

  • • *Fox, K., *Brooks, F., Cohen Konrad, S., Owens, C., Capturing the “Ah Ha” Moments in Team-based Learning, [e-Poster]. CSWE APM, Orlando, FL. November 2018.

 

  • • *Fox, K., *Amato, C., Cohen Konrad, S., Owens, C., The Long and Winding Road: Implementing a Continuum of Social Work and Interprofessional Learning Opportunities, [Workshop Presentation]. CSWE APM, Orlando, FL. November 2018.

Kelli S. Fox

Kelli Fox

,

LCSW

Director, Field Education BSW Program

Associate MSW Program Director

Assistant Clinical Professor

Portland Campus

Hersey Hall
405

kfox2@une.edu

(207) 221-4223

On Campus