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Contact Info

Office Location: 
359 HEDCO Education Building Eugene, OR 97403-5251
Phone: 
(541) 346-2429
Faculty
Senior Lecturer II
Education: 
B.A., Linguistics and Psychology, Swarthmore College, 1983
A.M., Writing, Brown University, 1985
M.A., Counseling Psychology, Clinical Track, Lesley University, 1990
Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, Antioch University New England (APA-Accredited), 1998

Shoshana D. Kerewsky teaches in the undergraduate FHS program and the graduate Counseling Psychology and Couples and Family programs. She is Director of Internships for Counseling Psychology. Her major teaching interests include ethics, professional preparation, diversity, international service, health interventions, and supervision.

Dr. Kerewsky has served as president of Northwest Human Services Association, Lane County Psychologists' Association, and Oregon Psychological Association. She has chaired OPA's Ethics Committee and co-chaired National Organization for Human Services's Ethics Committee. She is editor of The Oregon Psychologist and serves on OPA's Diversity Committee.
 

Publications: 

Refereed Publications and Proceedings
Wark, L., Dice, T., Kerewsky, S. D., & Hudson, T. (submitted). Teaching ethics in human services: Relevant and engaging activities. Journal of Human Services.
Kerewsky, S. D. (in preparation). Professional Self-Awareness: Teaching Students, Trainees, and Professionals to Evaluate Their Risk and Resilience Factors. National Organization for Human Services 2017 Annual Conference Proceedings.
Kerewsky, S. D. (in preparation). Ethical Dilemmas in International Study, Practice, and Research Settings. National Organization for Human Services 2017 Annual Conference Proceedings.
Wark, L., Kerewsky, S. D., & Wood. N. (in preparation). Leadership Ethics. National Organization for Human Services 2017 Annual Conference Proceedings.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2017). [Review of NeuroTribes: The legacy of autism and the future of neurodiversity]. Journal of Human Services, 37, 83-84.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2017). Teaching mindfulness and cognitive-behavioral interventions: Strategies and resources. National Organization for Human Services 2016 Annual Conference Proceedings. Retrieved from http://www.nationalhumanservices.org/conference-proceedings
Moxley-South, K., & Kerewsky, S. D. (2017). Developing the professional self: Preparing human service professionals for challenges in the field. National Organization for Human Services 2016 Annual Conference Proceedings. Retrieved from http://www.nationalhumanservices.org/conference-proceedings
Kerewsky, S. D. & Chappell Belcher, D.* (2016).  [Review of College for convicts: The case for higher education in American prisons]. Journal of Human Services, 36, 81-82.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2016). The practitioner’s serious illness or acquired disability. National Organization for Human Services 2015 Annual Conference Proceedings. Retrieved from http://www.nationalhumanservices.org/conference-proceedings
Moxley-South, K., Squires, J., Lindstrom, L., & Kerewsky, S. D. (2015).  The Environmental Screening Questionnaire: A brief family risk and resilience screening. Journal of Human Services, 35, 62-72.
Kerewsky, S. D., & Lindstrom, L. E. (2015). Planning successful educational travel: Tetanus, revolution, and “my daughter is where?!” National Organization for Human Services 2014 Annual Conference Proceedings. Retrieved from http://www.nationalhumanservices.org/conference-proceedings
Kerewsky, S. D., Feliciano, A.*, & Brady, A.* (2014). The "TMI" aspects of international human services. National Organization for Human Services 2013 Annual Conference Proceedings. Retrieved from http://www.nationalhumanservices.org/conference-proceedings
Walters, K. P., & Kerewsky, S. D. (2014). Facing “The Squeeze”: Ideas for successfully managing fiscal-driven expansion of a human services program. National Organization for Human Services 2013 Annual Conference Proceedings. Retrieved from http://www.nationalhumanservices.org/conference-proceedings
Barrett-Rivera, B.*, Lindstrom, L. E., & Kerewsky, S. (2013). Parenting in poverty: The experiences of fathers who are homeless. Journal of Human Services, 33, 75-86.
Kerewsky, S. D., & Lindstrom, L. E. (2013). Students in jeopardy: Facilitating student success in human services programs. National Organization for Human Services 2012 Annual Conference Proceedings. Retrieved from http://www.nationalhumanservices.org/conference-proceedings
Wark, L., & Kerewsky, S. D. (2013). Revising the ethical standards for human service professionals: A discussion. National Organization for Human Services 2012 Annual Conference Proceedings. Retrieved from http://www.nationalhumanservices.org/conference-proceedings
Kerewsky, S. D. (2013). An update on new and uncommon drugs of abuse. National Organization for Human Services 2012 Annual Conference Proceedings. Retrieved from http://www.nationalhumanservices.org/conference-proceedings
Kerewsky, S. D. (2013). HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa: An update from Botswana. National Organization for Human Services 2012 Annual Conference Proceedings. Retrieved from http://www.nationalhumanservices.org/conference-proceedings
Hinkle, S., & Kerewsky, S. D. (2010). Human Services—Board Certified Practitioner ethics. National Organization for Human Services 2009 Annual Conference Proceedings. Retrieved from http://www.nationalhumanservices.org/conference-proceedings
Kerewsky, S. D. (2010). Integrating human services skills using autobiographical graphic novels. National Organization for Human Services 2009 Annual Conference Proceedings. Retrieved from http://www.nationalhumanservices.org/conference-proceedings
Lindstrom, L. E., Downey-McCarthy, R.*, & Kerewsky, S. D., & Flannery, B.* (2009). Supporting students with disabilities in postsecondary education. Human Service Education, 29(1), 4-12.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2009). [Review of Buzzed: The straight facts about the most used and abused drugs from alcohol to ecstasy (3rd ed.)]. Human Service Education, 29(1), 87-88.
Lichtenstein, D. P.*, Lindstrom, L. E., & Kerewsky, S. D. (2005). A delicate balance: An integrated model for the preparation of ethically competent human services professionals. Human Service Education, 25(1), 27-39.
Vacha-Haase, T., Davenport, D. S., & Kerewsky, S. D. (2004). Problematic students: Gatekeeping practices of academic professional psychology programs. Professional Psychology: Research & Practice, 35, 115-122.
Kerewsky, S. D. (1997). The AIDS Memorial Quilt: Personal and therapeutic uses. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 24(7), 431-438.
Kerewsky, S. D., & Miller, D. (1995). Lesbian couples and childhood trauma: Guidelines for therapists. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 7(3/4), 115-133.
Kerewsky, S. D. (1989). Playing with Cultural Literacy. English Journal, 78, 18-22.

Edited Monographs
Kerewsky, S. D. (Ed.). (2016). Fitness for the human services profession: Preliminary explorations [edited monograph]. Alexandria, VA: Council for Standards in Human Service Education.
Books in Development
Kerewsky, S. D. (in preparation). Finding your career in human services. San Diego, CA: Cognella.
Kerewsky, S. D. (in preparation). Breast cancer, a journey without travel: With added travel [working title for book MS].

Book Chapters
Kerewsky, S. D. (submitted). Working with Deaf clients: An interview with Valentino Velasquez and Johanna Larson.  In J. V. Diller, Cultural diversity: A primer for the human services (6th ed.). Stamford, CT: Cengage.
Chronister, K. M., South, K.*, Chitkara-Barry, A.*, Nagra, H.*, Reichard, A.*, & Kerewsky, S. D. (in press, anticipated February, 2018). Ethics and clients who have experienced sexual trauma and intimate partner violence. In L. Welfel & M. Leach (Eds.). Cambridge handbook of applied psychological ethics (page range unknown). New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2017). Introduction to responsible travel. In P. N. Mayeda & Friendship with Cambodia, Responsible travel guide Cambodia: Improving lives through thoughtful travel choices (2nd ed.), (pp. 1-5). Eugene, OR: Wild Iris.
Kerewsky, S. D. (Ed.). (2016). Introduction. In S. D. Kerewsky (Ed.), Fitness for the human services profession: Preliminary explorations [edited monograph] (pp. 6-13). Alexandria, VA: Council for Standards in Human Service Education.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2012). LGBT couple enrichment. In J. J. Bigner & J. L. Wetchler (Eds.), Handbook of LGBT-affirmative couple and family therapy (pp. 361-376). New York, NY: Routledge.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2010). Introduction to responsible travel. In P. N. Mayeda & Friendship with Cambodia, Responsible travel guide Cambodia (pp. 1-5). Eugene, OR: Wild Iris.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2007). Quilting as a meaning-making intervention for HIV/AIDS and other terminal conditions. In D. Linville & K. M. Hertlein (Eds.), The therapist’s notebook for family healthcare: Homework, handouts, and activities for individuals, couples, and families coping with illness, loss, and disability (pp. 119-124). Binghamton, NY: Haworth.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2007). Steps to an ecology of treatment: A handout for clients with diabetes. In D. Linville & K. M. Hertlein (Eds.), The therapist’s notebook for family healthcare: Homework, handouts, and activities for individuals, couples, and families coping with illness, loss, and disability (pp. 131-140). Binghamton, NY: Haworth.
Kerewsky, S. D., & Geiken, L.* (2007). “Have you got what it takes to train security trolls?” Career counseling for wizards. In N. Mulholland (Ed.), The psychology of Harry Potter: An unauthorized examination of the boy who lived (pp. 45-57). Dallas, TX: BenBella Books.
Chronister, K. M., McWhirter, B. T., & Kerewsky, S. D. (2004). Prevention from an ecological framework. In R. K. Coyne & E. P. Cook (Eds.). Ecological counseling: An innovative approach to conceptualizing person-environment interaction (pp. 315-338). Alexandria, VA: ACA Press.
Kerewsky, S. D., & Miller, D. (1996). Lesbian couples and childhood trauma: Guidelines for therapists. In J. Laird & R. J. Green, (Eds.), Lesbians and gays in couples and families: A handbook for therapists (pp. 298-315). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.


Non-refereed Publications
Kerewsky, S. D. (in preparation). Courts for Kids: An international service-learning experience. The Link (Newsletter of the National Organization for Human Services).
Subramani, S., & Kerewsky, S. D. (in preparation). Cultural sensitivity in international programs. The Link (Newsletter of the National Organization for Human Services).
Kerewsky, S. D. (in preparation). Bookshelf: Collateral accounts. The Oregon Psychologist.
Kerewsky, S. D. (in preparation). Bookshelf: Breast and other women’s cancers. The Oregon Psychologist.
Kerewsky, S. D. (in press). Bookshelf: Memoirs and book-length accounts for ethics exploration. The Oregon Psychologist.
Kerewsky, S. D. (3rd quarter, 2017). Bookshelf: HIV/AIDS. The Oregon Psychologist, 15.
Kerewsky, S. D. (Fall, 2017). Fitness for the human services profession—where do we start? Western Regional Organization for Human Services [WROHS] Newsletter, 1-2.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2nd quarter, 2017). Lessons for psychologists from a lesbian adolescent. The Oregon Psychologist, 4-5.
Kerewsky, S. D. (4th quarter, 2016). Bookshelf: Buddhist perspectives. The Oregon Psychologist, 3-5.
Kerewsky, S. D. (3rd quarter, 2016). Bookshelf: Bipolar memoirs. The Oregon Psychologist, 3-5.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2nd quarter, 2016). Bookshelf: Autism spectrum disorders. The Oregon Psychologist, 3.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2nd quarter, 2015). [Review of Why “good kids” turn into deadly terrorists: Deconstructing the accused Boston Marathon bombers and others like them]. The Oregon Psychologist, 6-7.
Kerewsky, S. D. (4th quarter, 2014). Why psychologists should still give to aid organizations. The Oregon Psychologist, 14, 16.
Kerewsky, S. D. (Fall, 2014). Why we should still give to aid organizations [abridged version]. Friendship with Cambodia Newsletter, 2.
Kerewsky, S. D. (Fall, 2014). Why we should still give to aid organizations [full version]. Retrieved from http://friendshipwithcambodia.wordpress.com/
Kerewsky, S. D. (3rd quarter, 2014). [Review of The ethics of private practice]. The Oregon Psychologist, 11-12.
Rabinovich, S.*, Linscott, J.*, & Kerewsky, S. D. (4th quarter, 2013). Learning diagnosis with Brain on fire: My month of madness. The Oregon Psychologist, 32(4), 14-15.
Kerewsky, S. (Fall, 2013). Ethics for world travel. The Link (Newsletter of the National Organization for Human Services), 32(4), 5-6.
Kerewsky, S. (Winter, 2012). Working under multiple codes: Can I have sex with an ex-client? The Link (Newsletter of the National Organization for Human Services), 31(4), 4-5.
Kerewsky, S. D. (Fall, 2012). Fundraising for novices. Friendship with Cambodia Newsletter, 5.
Kerewsky, S. D., & Wallis, F. (May/June, 2012). President’s column: Microaggressions. The Oregon Psychologist, 31(3), 1-3.
Kerewsky, S. D. (March/April, 2012). President’s column: What I learned by reading around the world. The Oregon Psychologist, 31(2), 1-3.
Kerewsky, S. D. (December/January, 2012). President’s column: Thinking systemically and ecologically. The Oregon Psychologist, 31(1), 1-2, 18.
Kerewsky, S. D. (Fall, 2011). The romance of responsible travel. Friendship with Cambodia Newsletter, 2.
Kerewsky, S. D. (September/October, 2011). President’s column: A correct definition of evidence-based therapy. The Oregon Psychologist, 30 (4), 1-2.
Kerewsky, S. D. (July/August, 2011). President’s column: Greetings from incoming OPA president. The Oregon Psychologist, 30 (3), 1-2.
Kerewsky, S. D. (March 22, 2011). Friendship with Cambodia: Responsible travel, responsible involvement [invited article], Women's Rights in a Global World [online publication]. Eugene, OR: Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon. Retrieved from: http://cswswomensrights.wordpress.com/2011/03/22/325/
Kerewsky, S. D. (June, 2010). When life gives you lemons, go to Cambodia anyway. The Link (Newsletter of the National Organization for Human Services), 10-11.
Kerewsky, S. D. (May/June, 2010). Dear Ethics Committee: The duty to report and the importance of compassion. The Oregon Psychologist, 3-4.
Kerewsky, S. D. (May/June, 2009). Dear Ethics Committee: Student plagiarism [column]. The Oregon Psychologist, 9-10.
Kerewsky, S. D. (December, 2009). Ethical responses to student plagiarism. The Link (Newsletter of the National Organization for Human Services), 14-15.
Kerewsky, S. D., & Conference Host Team. (December, 2009). Reflecting on Conference 2009. The Link (Newsletter of the National Organization for Human Services), 1, 8, 9, 13.
Kerewsky, S. D. (January/February, 2009). Dear Ethics Committee: Psychologists in cyberspace [column]. The Oregon Psychologist, 7-8, 23.
Center for Credentialing and Education Human Services—Board Certified Practitioner Ethical Standards Development Committee (2009). CCE Human Services—Board Certified Practitioner (HS-BCP) Code of Ethics. Retrieved from: http://www.cce-global.org/Downloads/Ethics/HS-BCPcodeofethics.pdf
Kerewsky, S. D. (November/December, 2008). Dear Ethics Committee: Internet-based performance ratings. The Oregon Psychologist, 8-10.
Kerewsky, S. D. (January/February, 2008). Dear Ethics Committee [introduction to ethics of electronic communication series]. The Oregon Psychologist, 7.
Kerewsky, S. D. (July, 2008). A positive approach to professional ethics training. The Link (Newsletter of the National Organization for Human Services), 5-6.
Kerewsky, S. D. (July, 2008). New ethics column. The Link (Newsletter of the National Organization for Human Services), 4.
Kerewsky, S. D. (July/August, 2007). Professional travels and ethical travails: A psychologist abroad. The Oregon Psychologist, 6-8.
Kerewsky, S. D. (May/June, 2006). Dear Ethics Committee [documenting ethics consultations] [column]. The Oregon Psychologist, 5.
Kerewsky, S. D. (Winter, 2003). Uncommon wisdom [working with a lesbian client] [column]. In The Family, 5, 26.
Kerewsky, S. D. (1999). Beyond internship: Helpful resources for obtaining licensure. American Psychological Association of Graduate Students [APAGS] Newsletter, 12(1), 11-12.
Kerewsky, S. D. (1999). Psychology from ABD to Licensure [website developer and writer]. http://ourworld.cs.com/PsychLicense/
Kerewsky, S. D. (1996). Keeping a journal. http://counseling.uoregon.edu/Topics-Resources/Student-Self-Help/Journaling
Kerewsky, S. D. (1996). Support group for lesbian, bisexual, and questioning women. Together, 24(2), 12.
Kerewsky, S. D. (1993, October). Using sensitive language. The Collegiate Megaphone (The College. Personnel Association of Rhode Island), 1.

Selected Avocational Publications
Kerewsky, S. D. [anonymous]. (8/21/95). [review of Joining the tribe: Growing up gay and lesbian in the '90s.] Publisher’s Weekly. Retrieved from: http://www.publishersweekly.com/978-0-385-47500-6
Kerewsky, S. D. [anonymous]. (5/8/95), [review of Eccentric and bizarre behaviors.] Publisher’s Weekly. Retrieved from: http://www.publishersweekly.com/978-0-471-54520-0
Kerewsky, S. D. [anonymous]. (4/17/95). [review of Eight bullets: One woman’s story of surviving anti-gay violence]. Publisher’s Weekly (pp. 53-54).
Kerewsky, S. D. [anonymous]. (11/7/94). [review of Sister safety pin]. Publisher’s Weekly (p. 69).
Kerewsky, S. D. [anonymous]. (10/3/94). [review of Matricide]. Publisher’s Weekly (pp. 65-66).
Kerewsky, S. D. [anonymous]. (8/8/94). [review of Two friends: And other nineteenth-century lesbian stories by American women writers]. Publisher’s Weekly (p. 422).
Kerewsky, S. D. [anonymous]. (7/11/94). [review of Edited out]. Publisher’s Weekly (p. 75).
Kerewsky, S. D. [anonymous]. (4/18/94). [review of The lessons]. Publisher’s Weekly (p. 59).
Kerewsky, S. D. [anonymous]. (3/21/94). [review of The girl wants to: Women's representations of sex and the body]. Publisher’s Weekly. Retrieved from: http://www.publishersweekly.com/978-0-88910-462-4

Refereed Presentations and Trainings
Oregon Psychological Association Diversity Committee. (submitted). Sustainability, diversity, and self-care: Navigating personal and professional stressors as diverse psychologists. Presentation proposal submitted to Oregon Psychological Association Annual Conference, Eugene, OR.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2017). Professional Self-Awareness: Teaching Students, Trainees, and Professionals to Evaluate Their Risk and Resilience Factors. National Organization for Human Services Annual Conference, Des Moines, Iowa.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2017). Ethical Dilemmas in International Study, Practice, and Research Settings [poster]. National Organization for Human Services Annual Conference, Des Moines, Iowa.
Kerewsky, S. D., & Oregon Psychological Association Diversity Committee. (2017). Diversity across Our Careers: Becoming and Remaining Culturally-informed Psychologists. Oregon Psychological Association Annual Conference, Eugene, OR.
Moxley-South, K., & Kerewsky, S. D. (2016). Developing the Professional Self: Preparing Human Service Professionals for Challenges in the Field. National Organization for Human Services Annual Conference, Tampa, FL.
Kerewsky, S. D., Wark, L., Dice, T., & Hudson, T. (2016). New Ethics, New Issues, New Teaching Activities. National Organization for Human Services Annual Conference, Tampa, FL.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2016). Teaching Mindfulness and Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions: Strategies and Resources [poster]. National Organization for Human Services Annual Conference, Tampa, FL.
Kerewsky, S. D., & OPA Diversity Committee. (2016). Aging Psychologists, Aging Clients. Oregon Psychological Association Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2015). The Practitioner’s Serious Illness or Acquired Disability. National Organization for Human Services Annual Conference, Charlotte, NC.
Gelberg, S., Kerewsky, S. D., & OPA Diversity Committee. (2015). Post-colonial Psychology: Toward a New View of Cultural Competence. Oregon Psychological Association Annual Conference, Eugene, Oregon.
Levingston, K., Kerewsky, S. D., & Wark, L. (2014). Revisions to the Ethical Standards for Human Services Profesionals. National Organization for Human Services Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV.
Kerewsky, S. D., & Lindstrom, L. (2014). Planning Successful Educational Travel: Tetanus, Revolution, and “My Daughter Is Where?!” National Organization for Human Services Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV.
Kerewsky, S. D., Feliciano, A.*, & Brady, A.* (2013). The "TMI" Aspects of International Human Services. National Organization for Human Services Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD.
Walters, K. P., & Kerewsky, S. D. (2013). Forward Motion: The Joys and Challenges of Growing a Human Services Program in the Midst of Fiscal Uncertainty. National Organization for Human Services Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD.
Wark, L., Kerewsky, S. D., & Hudson, T. (2013). Student Perspectives on the Revision to the NOHS Ethical Code. National Organization for Human Services Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2012). HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Update from Botswana. Poster presented National Organization for Human Services Annual Conference, Milwaukee, WI.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2012). New and Unusual Drugs of Abuse. National Organization for Human Services Annual Conference, Milwaukee, WI.
Kerewsky, S. D., & Lindstrom, L. E. (2012). Students in Jeopardy: Facilitating Student Success in Human Services Programs. National Organization for Human Services Annual Conference, Milwaukee, WI.
Kerewsky, S. D., & Barrett, E.* (2011). Preparing Students for International Human Service Opportunities. Poster presented at National Organization for Human Services Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2011). Perceptions of Social Service, Medical, and Community Interventions by Agency Personnel in Southeast Asia: A Preliminary Report. Poster presented at National Organization for Human Services Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2011). Relationships Matter: Building Opportunities for International Consultation. Poster presented at International Poster Session, International Affairs and Office of the Vice President for Research & Graduate Studies, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Hinkle, S., & Kerewsky, S. D. (2010). The CCE Human Services Code of Ethics: A Hands-on Training. National Organization for Human Services Annual Conference, Portland, Maine.
Wark, L., & Kerewsky, S. D. (2010). Revising the NOHS Code of Ethics. National Organization for Human Services Annual Conference, Portland, Maine.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2009). Integrating Human Services Skills Using Autobiographical Graphic Novels. Poster presented at National Organization for Human Services Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2009). Teaching Basic Case Conceptualization and Management Skills Using Autobiographical Accounts of War. Poster presented at Oregon Psychological Association Annual Conference, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D., Arnaut, G., Cordova, A., Jurecska, D.*, Kritz, C., Martindale, E., Pack-Patton, D.*, Parker, C., Quackenbush, B., & Veith, D. (2009). The Oregon Psychological Association Ethics Committee: An Overview of the Ethics Consultation Process. Poster presented at Oregon Psychological Association Annual Conference, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2008). Hepatitis C: What Human Services Professionals Should Know. National Organization for Human Services Annual Conference, Tucson, Arizona.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2008). AIDS in the World: What Counseling Psychologists Should Know. International Counseling Psychology Conference, Chicago, Illinois.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2007). Do We Have Ethical Obligations to the World? A Travelogue of Viet Nam and Cambodia from a Professional Ethical Perspective. National Organization for Human Services, Atlanta, Georgia.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2007). Bringing it Home: Transforming International Learning Experiences into Lesson Plans. Poster presented at 115th American Psychological Association Annual Convention, San Francisco.
Czuchna, B., Carver, C., Kemp, N. T., & Kerewsky, S. D. (2007). Sexual Minorities: What Clinicians Should Know. Oregon Psychological Association Annual Conference, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2007). Human Service Issues in Southeast Asia. Northwest Human Services Association Conference, Eugene, Oregon.
Lindstrom, L. E., Kerewsky, S. D., & Warren, K. E. (2006). Embracing Diversity: Challenges and Strategies for Human Services Training Programs. National Organization for Human Services Annual Conference, San Diego, California.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2006). Best Practices in Working with Lesbian/Gay/Bi Youth. Northwest Human Services Association Conference, Auburn, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D., Cate, E. E.*, Caban, A. R.*, Cohen, D.*, Geiken, L.*, Kemp, N. T., Lesea, R. V.*, Messer, D.*, Shahane, A.*, & Walters, K. P.* (2005). Harry Potter and the Clinician’s Toolbox. Poster presented at 113th American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Washington, DC.
O’Neil, M. E.*, Cerezo, A.*, Maas-DeSpain, A.*, Walters, K. P.*, & Kerewsky, S. D. (2005). How Queer? Creating a Student-initiated LGBTQ Research Organization. Poster presented at 113th American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Washington, DC.
O’Neil, M. E.*, Cerezo, A.*, McClusky, A.*, Linville, D., Maas-DeSpain, A.*, Walters, K., P.*, & Kerewsky, S. D. (2005). The Creation of a Student-initiated LGBTQ Research Organization in Higher Education: Goals, Challenges, and Successes. Poster presented at Oregon Psychological Association Conference, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2005). The Case of Harry Potter. Northwest Human Services Association Conference, Menucha Retreat Center (Columbia River), Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2005). Getting the Most from Your Supervisor. Northwest Human Services Association Conference, Menucha Retreat Center (Columbia River), Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D., & Lindstrom, L. (2004). Harry Potter and the Ecological Model. National Organization for Human Service Education Annual Conference, Houston, Texas.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2004). Materials for Teaching Type II Diabetes from an Ecological Perspective. Poster presented at 112th American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Kerewsky, S. D., & O’Neil, M.* (2004). The Intersection of LGBTQ Identity and Ethnicity. E. A. Chiarello*, K. Paez*, S. K. Lum*, J. L. Lyda*, & K. M. Chronister (Chairs), Multicultural Pedagogy in Counseling Psychology: Overlapping Systems of Oppression. Roundtable presented at 112th American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2003). Supervision across Human Service Disciplines: Developing Complementary Competencies. National Organization of Human Service Education Annual Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
Kerewsky, S. D., & Lau, A.* (2003). HIV/AIDS Update for Psychologists. Oregon Psychological Association Conference, Eugene, Oregon.
Forrest, L., Kerewsky, S. D., & Lindstrom, L. (2002). Dealing with problematic student behaviors in service learning. National Organization of Human Services Education Conference. Providence, Rhode Island.
Kerewsky, S. D. (1995). The AIDS Memorial Quilt: Personal and professional uses. Affirming Every Person: The New England Conference about Lesbians and Gay Men, Keene, NH.

Major Invited Presentations and Trainings (Conferences, Colloquia, Community, and Organizations)
Kerewsky, S. D. (scheduled). Psychological Interventions for Diabetes in a Primary Care Setting and Psychotherapy. Strong Integrated Behavioral Health Postdoctoral Psychology Resident Seminar, Eugene, OR.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2017). Socially Responsible Travel in Cambodia. Friendship with Cambodia, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2017). Psychotherapy with White People: Diversity in Majority Culture Clients. Strong Integrated Behavioral Health Postdoctoral Psychology Resident Seminar, Eugene, OR.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2017). The "TMI" aspects of international human services: Reprise Presentation. National Organization for Human Services Annual Conference, Des Moines, Iowa.
Wark, L., Kerewsky, S. D., & Wood. N. (2017). Leadership Ethics. National Organization for Human Services Annual Conference, Des Moines, Iowa.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2017). Multicultural Considerations in a Medical Setting. Strong Integrated Behavioral Health Postdoctoral Psychology Resident Seminar, Eugene, OR.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2017). How Doctors Think and Psychologists’ Ethical Competence in a Medical Setting. Strong Integrated Behavioral Health Postdoctoral Psychology Resident Seminar, Eugene, OR.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2017). Working with Clients with Breast Cancer: Clinical Considerations and Countertransference. Strong Integrated Behavioral Health Postdoctoral Psychology Resident Seminar, Eugene, OR.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2017). Quality of Life Considerations for Clients with HIV/AIDS. Strong Integrated Behavioral Health Postdoctoral Psychology Resident Seminar, Eugene, OR.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2017). Psychological Interventions for Diabetes in a Primary Care Setting. Strong Integrated Behavioral Health Postdoctoral Psychology Resident Seminar, Eugene, OR.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2017). Supervisor Training: Connecting Classroom Content to Trainee Field Experience, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2017). The Sociogram. Take Our Children to Work Day, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2017). Everyday Ethics. SAIL [Summer Academy to Inspire Learning], University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2016). Multicultural Competence in a Medical Setting. Strong Integrated Behavioral Health Postdoctoral Psychology Resident Seminar, Eugene, OR.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2016). Applied Professional Ethics in University Counseling Centers. University of Oregon Counseling and Testing Center, Eugene, OR.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2016). Ethical Competence in a Medical Setting. Strong Integrated Behavioral Health Postdoctoral Psychology Resident Seminar, Eugene, OR.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2014). Collaborative Ethics: Avoiding Complaints and Beyond. Center for Community Counseling, Eugene, OR.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2014). Learning through Case Studies. SAIL [Summer Academy to Inspire Learning], University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2013). AIDS Pandemic. In Symposium: Women’s Stories, Women’s Lives, Gabriela Martínez, moderator). 40th Anniversary Celebration, Center for the Study of Women in Society, Department of Women’s and Gender Studies, ASUO Women’s Center, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2013). Learning through Case Studies. SAIL [Summer Academy to Inspire Learning], University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D., and Friendship with Cambodia. (2013). Two Films about Ending Violence against Women and Empowering Women. Friendship with Cambodia, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2013). Responsible Travel: Cambodia (2013). Eugene Public Library, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2013). Health Care and AIDS in Botswana. Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2012). Transgender Clients’ Housing and Support Needs. Housing and Community Services Agency of Lane County. Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2012). Debriefing for Half the Sky video and remarks, A Film and Discussion about Human Trafficking and Empowering Women. Friendship with Cambodia, Eugene, Oregon.
Wark, L. & Kerewsky, S. D. (2012). Revising the Ethical Standards for Human Service Professionals. National Organization for Human Services Annual Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2012) Professional Ethics, Part 2. Lane County Psychologists’ Association, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2012). Professional Ethics, Part 1. Lane County Psychologists’ Association, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2012). Working with LGBTQ Clients in Cultural Context. Madigan Healthcare System, Department of Behavioral Health, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Dupont, Washington.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2011). Psychological Issues and Practices in Cambodia. Lane County Psychologists’ Association, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2011). Applied Professional Ethics. LaneCare (Oregon Health Plan), Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2011). Hepatitis C and HIV. DIRECTION for Employee Assistance, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2011). Responsible Travel: Cambodia. Eugene Public Library, Eugene, Oregon.
Whyte, P., Ruhr, L., Crumbley, C., & Kerewsky, S. D. (2011). Trust and Transparency in Non­Profit Finances and Fundraising. Women’s Opportunity Worldwide, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2011). Keeping a Journal for Personal and Professional Growth. Alternative Spring Break Program, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2011). Responsible Travel in Cambodia. Monument Books, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Oregon Psychological Association Ethics Committee. (2010). A Process Approach to Ethical Dilemmas. Oregon Psychological Association Conference, Portland, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2010). Diversity in Counseling. Center for Community Counseling, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2010). Addressing Diversity. Youth Transition Program Statewide Training, Hood River, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2010). LGBTQ Youth with Disabilities. Roundtable presented at Youth Transition Program Statewide Training, Hood River, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2010). Helping in Cambodia. Metro Rotary, Eugene, OR.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2010). Visiting Cambodia: Responsible Tourism. Women’s Opportunity Worldwide, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2010). Cambodia: Ways to Help. Friendship with Cambodia, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2010). Travels in Cambodia. Women’s Center, Lane Community College, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2010). Contemporary Humanitarianism and Development in Cambodia. College of Education, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D., & Wood, M. J. (2009). Professional Ethics. Oregon Psychological Association/Lane County Psychologists’ Association, Eugene, Oregon.
Hinkle, S., & Kerewsky, S. D. (2009). The New Human Services—Board Certified Practitioner Ethical Standards and Code of Conduct. National Organization for Human Services, Portland, Oregon.
Oregon Psychological Association Ethics Committee. (2009). A Process Approach to Ethical Dilemmas. Oregon Psychological Association Conference, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2009). Diagnosis for Practitioners [12-hour training for LPC/MFT licensees]. Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2009). Practical Professional Ethics. LaneCare (Oregon Health Plan), Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2009). Cultural and Ethical Issues in Providing Mental Health Services. Oregon Mental Health Associates, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D., and Kemp, N. T. (2009). Transgender Issues in Psychotherapy: A Clinical Conversation. Lane County Psychologists’ Association, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2009). The Cambodian Genocide. Jordan Schnitzer Museum, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2009). The Context of the Cambodian Genocide. Mills International Center, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Oregon Psychological Association Ethics Committee. (2008). A Process Approach to Ethical Dilemmas. Oregon Psychological Association Conference, Portland, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2008). Best Practices in Working with Lesbian/Gay/Bi/Trans/Queer Youth. Lane County Psychiatric Association, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2008). Professional Ethics and Cultural Considerations. Oregon Mental Health Associates, Eugene, Oregon.
Oregon Psychological Association Ethics Committee. (2007). A Process Approach to Ethical Dilemmas. Oregon Psychological Association Conference, Eugene, Oregon.
Wood, M. J., & Kerewsky, S. D. (2007). Professional Ethics. Veterans Administration, Portland, Oregon.
Kemp, N. T., & Kerewsky, S. D. (2007). Transgender/Transsexual Issues in Clinical Practice. Oregon State University Counseling Center, Corvallis, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2007). Psychosocial and Professional Issues: A Visit to Viet Nam and Cambodia. Lane County Psychologists’ Association, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D., & Miller, J. K. (2007). Travels in Asia: Professional Outreach in Counseling Psychology and Family Therapy. College of Education, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2007). Travels in Southeast Asia: Observations, Questions, and Career Outcomes. College of Education, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Oregon Psychological Association Ethics Committee. (2006). A Process Approach to Ethical Dilemmas. Oregon Psychological Association Conference, Portland, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D., & Kemp, N T. (2007). Strength-Based Interventions for Physical and Mental Health: Examples from Type II Diabetes and Bipolar Disorder. Crisis Prevention Conference, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2006). Being the Change You Seek: Taking Action to Create Social Change [Keynote]. Crisis Prevention Conference, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2005). Lesbian/Gay/Bi/Trans/Queer Counseling and Developmental Issues. Looking Glass Youth and Family Services, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D., and Miller, J. K. (2005). Narrative Therapy. Center for Community Counseling, Eugene, Oregon.
Cerezo, A.*, Kerewsky, S. D., Maas-DeSpain, A.*, O’Neil, M. E.*, Perrson, M., & Walters, K. P.* (2005). Supporting LGBTQ Individuals: Recommendations for Human Service Professionals. Crisis Prevention Conference, Eugene, Oregon.
Cerezo, A.*, Kerewsky, S. D., Kerr, S., Knoble, N.*, Loehndorf, J.*, Linville, D., O’Neil, M. E.*, Swearingen, C.*, & Walters, K. P.* (2005). Overlapping LGBTQ Identities: Building Awareness, Knowledge, and Skills. University of Oregon Center on Diversity and Community, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2005). Taking Care of Yourself While Taking Care of Others. Crisis Prevention Conference, Eugene, Oregon.
Kaysen, D., Kashubeck-West, S., & Kerewsky, S. D. (2004). Perspectives on Therapy with Lesbian and Bisexual Women. Division presentation at 112th American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2004). Bronfenbrenner's Ecological Model: Case Conceptualization and Treatment Planning. Lane County Psychologists’ Association, Eugene, Oregon.
Campbell, C., Forrest, L., & Kerewsky, S. D. (2004). The Gatekeeping Role for Educators and Supervisors of Professional Psychologists. Pacific University, Forest Grove, Oregon.
Forrest, L., & Kerewsky, S. D. (2004). Personal Therapy for Trainee Remediation: Ethical Considerations. Lane County Psychologists’ Association, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2004). Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual Identity Development. Crisis Prevention Conference, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2004). Bronfenbrenner's Ecological Model. University of Oregon, Crisis Prevention Conference, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2003). Working with Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender Youth. Crisis Prevention Conference, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2000). Working with Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Couples: Couples’ and Counselors’ Issues. Professional Development Luncheon Series, Marriage and Family Therapy Program, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Holmes, R. H., Kerewsky, S. D. (2000), Kemp, N. T., Torres, D.*, Hayashino, D.*, Gragg, K.*, & Keck, L.* (2000). Ethical considerations in treating diverse populations. Lane County Psychologists’ Association, Eugene, Oregon.

Major Invited Presentations, Trainings, and Guest Instruction at Other Universities and Colleges
Kerewsky, S. D. (2017). Working with LGBTQ Clients, 2017. George Fox University, Newburg, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2016). Breast Cancer: A Personal Journey and Ideas for Self-Empowerment. Lane Community College Women’s Center, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2016). Working with LGBTQ Clients, 2016. George Fox University, Newburg, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2015). Culture and Interventions: With examples from Botswana and Cambodia. Lane Community College, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2014). Working with LGBTQ Clients, 2014. George Fox University, Newburg, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2013). Working with LGBTQ Clients, 2013. George Fox University, Newburg, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2012). Working with LGBTQ Clients, 2012. George Fox University, Newburg, Oregon.
Barsik, J., & Kerewsky, S. D. (2011). Counseling LGBTQ Clients. Lewis and Clark University, Portland, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2011). Cross-cultural Considerations in Formal Assessment. Royal University of Phnom Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2011). Systemic Family Therapy. Royal University of Phnom Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2011). HIV-AIDS in Cambodia: Information and Community Education Strategies. Southeast Asia Development Program University Student Group, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2009). Motivational Interviewing and Harm Reduction. University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Hanoi, Viet Nam.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2009). HIV/AIDS in Viet Nam. University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Hanoi, Viet Nam.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2009). Clinical Supervision. University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Hanoi, Viet Nam.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2009). Writing Essays in the American Style. University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Hanoi, Viet Nam.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2009). The Ecological Model: A Tool for Culturally Sensitive Assessment. University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Hanoi, Viet Nam.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2009). The Ecological Model: A Tool for Culturally Sensitive Assessment. Royal University of Phnom Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2009). HIV-AIDS Information for Counselors. Royal University of Phnom Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2009). Type II Diabetes. Royal University of Phnom Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2009). An Overview of Solution Focused Therapy. Royal University of Phnom Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2006). “The Ecological Model”: A Tool for Culturally Sensitive Assessment. People to People Ambassadors Vietnam/Cambodia Psychologists’ Tour, Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Recent Invited Presentations, Trainings, and Guest Instruction at University of Oregon
Kerewsky, S. D. (2017). International Travel: TMI Question and Answer. University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2017). LGBTQ University Students’ Mental Health Considerations. University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2017 [3 sections]). Graduate Social Work and Related Programs: In Person or Online?  University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2016). “TMI” for Travel to India. University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2016). [Pseudoclient presentation, Wellness and Spirituality across the Lifecycle.] University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2016). Overview of the Rorschach in Differential Diagnosis. University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Emam, P., Peterson, J., & Kerewsky, S. D. (2016). Intersecting Identities Living with Disabilities. University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2015). “TMI” for Travel to India. University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2014). Overview of the Rorschach in Differential Diagnosis. University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2014). Crisis Intervention: When the Devil Is in Someone’s Veins. University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2014). Introduction to Professional Ethics in the Counseling Professions. University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2014). LGBTQ Identities, the DSM, and Best Practices. University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2014). US Youth Substance Use: Rates, Prevention, and Treatment. Student Internship Exchange for Child Protection [Russia Exchange Program]. University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2013). CIEE International Faculty Seminar in Botswana. UO Study Abroad Programs, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2013). Health Issues in Cambodia. University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2013). Culture and Self-Care Interventions with Examples from Cambodia and Botswana. University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2012). Introduction to HIV/AIDS for Family Therapists.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2012). Additional Credentials: Options through SAPP (Substance Abuse Prevention Program). University of Oregon College of Education, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2001). HIV Training: Basics, HIV, in Cambodia, and Educating Rural Communities. Scholarship Student Group, Southeast Asia Development Program, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2009). Child and Youth Diabetes. University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.

Pro Bono Credit Courses Taught
Kerewsky, S. D. (2005). Seminar in Human Diversity: Lesbian/Gay/Bi/Trans/Queer Development. University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2005). Lesbian/Gay/Bi/Trans/Queer Counseling and Developmental Issues. University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2004). Rorschach Overview. University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Kerewsky, S. D. (2003). Buddhism, Cognition, and Psychotherapy. University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
Over 200 additional guest lectures, outreach programs, community presentations, and residence hall programs conducted. Information is available upon request.