Dr. Krahwinkel has been a Counselor Educator since 2014 and a professional counselor since 2006. As an educator, Dr. Krahwinkel actively follows best practices in the field and her area of foci when doing research includes counselors’ clinical and cultural competence. She also provides clinical supervision for master-level intern students and graduates working towards their licensure as professional counselors. She advocates at the state and national level, attends and presents at regional and national conferences, and volunteers in her local community.
Clinically, Dr. Krahwinkel has a wealth of experience working with clients of all ages on needs related to depression, anxiety, trauma, bereavement, adjustment, relationships, self-esteem, wellness management, substance use, and more. She also specializes in LGBTQ+ concerns and addiction. She has experience in outpatient counseling, residential facilities for children, foster care, court ordered addiction treatment, and nonprofit agencies. Her approach to counseling is rooted in Reality Therapy & Choice Theory with emphasis on Relational Cultural Theory, emphasizing that the counseling relationship is the agent of change to help clients meet their desired goals.
Ph.D. in Counseling & Counselor Education, North Carolina State University (CACREP accredited), December 2013
M.Ed. in Mental Health Counseling, Western Kentucky University (CACREP accredited), May 2006
BA in Psychology, Murray State University, May 2003
“Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all!!” ~Aristotle
Carlisle, K. L., Neukrug, E., Pribesh, S., & Krahwinkel, J. (2019). Personality, motivation, and Internet gaming disorder: Conceptualizing the gamer. Journal of Addictions and Offender Counseling. doi:10.1002/jaoc.12069 *
Baker, S., Santos, S., & Krahwinkel, J. (2014). Of what value is a scholarly writing course for doctoral students? VISTAS.
Krahwinkel, J. and Bower, J. (2020, October). Utilization of Choice Theory/Reality Therapy to meet the needs of relationally diverse clients. North Atlantic Region Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (NARACES), Pittsburg, PA. (Educational Session-Accepted but canceled due to COVID-19).
Krahwinkel, J., Law, N., Bower, J., & Corso, S. (2019, October). Integration of a HIPAA compliant software for online clinical supervision in counselor education programs. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference (SACES), Seattle, WA. (Educational Session).
Bower, J., Krahwinkel, J., & Warfield, H. (2018, September). The CACREP multisite policy and the addition of an online campus. North Atlantic Region Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference (NARACES), Burlington, VT. (Poster Presentation).
Santos, S. & Krahwinkel, J. (2017, October). Teaching strategies to promote exposure and awareness: Conversations about LGBT lives and more. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference (ACES), Chicago, IL. (Roundtable).
Kemer, G., & Krahwinkel, J. (2016, October). Expert site supervisors’ supervision considerations: A sample from Hampton Roads. Southeastern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference (SACES), New Orleans, LA. (Educational Session).
Krahwinkel, J. (2015, October). Implementing experiential activities in master’s level addiction courses: Face to face and online. Southeastern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference (SACES), Philadelphia, PA. (Educational Session)
Krahwinkel, J. (2015, March). Going beyond attending gay pride. American Counseling Association Conference (ACA), Orlando, FL. (Educational Session).
Krahwinkel, J. (2014, October). Beyond the rainbow: The path to LGBTQIQA experiential learning. Southeastern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference (SACES), Birmingham, AL. (Educational Session).
Moe, J., Johnson, K. F., Krahwinkel, J., Kemer, G., & Goodman-Scott, E. (2016-2017). Behavioral Health Workforce Education & Training for Professionals and Paraprofessionals. HRSA16-193. Received $364,000 to support counseling students during their internships who are focused on serving at-risk children, adolescents, and transitional-age youth.
Dr. Krahwinkel has taught all of the CACREP core classes. Most recently she has been focused on teaching classes related to counseling skills, ethics, diversity, & diagnosis, & assessment.
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