Baranowski, Kimberly (kab2161)

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Baranowski, Kim A.
Lecturer
Field Placement Coordinator Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology
Counseling & Clinical Psychology
212-678-3397

Office:
428 HMann

Office Hours:
by appointment

Scholarly Interests

Feminist multicultural counseling psychology and social justice

Human rights and refugee advocacy

Mental health correlates of discrimination, gender-based violence, and trauma

Empirically-supported treatments

Educational Background

Teachers College, Columbia University, PhD Counseling Psychology

Teachers College, Columbia University, EdM Psychological Counseling

Virginia Commonwealth University, MFA Sculpture + Extended Media

New Mexico State University, BFA Sculpture

Selected Publications

Singer, E., Eswarappa, M., Kaur, K., & Baranowski, K. A. (2020). Addressing the need for forensic psychological evaluation of asylum seekers: The potential role of the general practitioner. Psychiatry Research.

Baranowski, K. A. (2019). Documenting human rights violations: Introduction to the psychological evaluation of asylum seekers. Practice Innovations.

Baranowski, K. A., Wang, E., D’ Andrea, M., & Singer, E. (2019). Experiences of gender-based violence in women asylum seekers from Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador. Torture, 29(3), 46-58.

MacLean, S. A., Agyeman, P. O., Walther, J., Singer, E. K., Baranowski, K. A., Katz, C. L. (2019). Mental health of children held at a United States immigration detention center. Social Science & Medicine, 230, 303-308.

Smith, L., Velez, B., Chambers, C., & Baranowski, K. A. (2019). Economic disadvantage at the intersections: Contemporary stereotypes in the headlines. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 47, 190-206.

MacLean, S. A., Agyeman, P. O., Walther, J., Singer, E. K., Baranowski, K. A., Katz, C. L. (2019). Characterization of the mental health of immigrant children separated from their mothers at the U.S.-Mexico border. Psychiatry Research, 230, 303-308.

Baranowski, K. A., Moses, M. H., & Sundri, J. (2018). Supporting asylum seekers: Clinician experiences documenting human rights violations and torture through forensic psychological evaluation. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 31, 391-400.

Baranowski, K. A., & Smith, L. (2018). Working with undocumented immigrants from Mexico: Experiences of practitioners. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 49(3), 185-192.

Smith, L., Baranowski, K. A., Abdel-Salam, L., & McGinley, M. (2018). Youth participatory action research: Agency and unsilence as anti-classist practice. Translational Issues in Psychological Science, 4(2), 176-186.  

Baranowski, K. A., Bhattacharyya, S., Ameen, E. J., Becker Herbst, R., Corrales, C., Cote Gonzalez, L., Gonzalez, D. M., Jones, S., Reynolds, J. D., Goodman, L. A., & Miville, M. L. (2017). Community and public arena advocacy training challenges, supports, and recommendations in counseling psychology: A participatory qualitative   inquiry. Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology, 8(2), 70-97.      

Smith, L., Romero, L., & Baranowski, K. A. (2014). Poverty, social class, and community mental health. In M.L. Miville & A.F. Ferguson (Eds.), Handbook of Race/Ethnicity and Gender in Psychology (pp.111-130). New York: Springer.

Smith, L., Baranowski, K. A., Allen, A., & Bowen, R. (2013). Poverty, crime seriousness, and the “politics of disgust.” Journal of Poverty, 17, 375-393.

Teachers College, Columbia University: Early Career Alumni Award

American Psychological Association: Citizen Psychologist Presidential Citation

American Psychological Association: Achievement Award for Early Career Psychologists

Teachers College, Columbia University: Provost’s Course Development Grant for the Inclusion of Latin American Content and Indigenous Languages in the Curriculum

New Mexico State University: Distinguished Alumni Award

National Science Foundation: United States Polar Program Antarctic Artists and Writers Research Grant

Undocumented Latin American Immigrant and Refugee Experiences: Foundations of Multicultural Service Provision and Teaching

Assessment in Counseling Psychology

Consulting with Community Agencies and Organizations

Foundations of Counseling Skills 

Counseling Skills II

Group Counseling

MacLean, S. A., Agyeman, P. O., Walther, J., Singer, E. K., Baranowski, K. A., Katz, C. L.  (2019). Mental health of children held at a United States immigration detention center. Social Science & Medicine, 230, 303-308.

Smith, L., Velez, B., Chambers, C., & Baranowski, K. A. (2019). Economic disadvantage at the intersections: Contemporary stereotypes in the headlines. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 47, 190-206.

Baranowski, K., Moses, M. H., & Sundri, J. (2018). Supporting asylum seekers: Clinician experiences documenting human rights violations and torture through forensic psychological evaluation. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 31, 391-400.

Baranowski, K., & Smith, L. (2018). Working with undocumented immigrants from Mexico: Experiences of practitioners. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 49(3), 185-192.

Smith, L., Baranowski, K., Abdel-Salam, L., & McGinley, M. (2018). Youth participatory action research: Agency and unsilence as anti-classist practice. Translational Issues in Psychological Science, 4(2), 176-186.         

Baranowski, K., Bhattacharyya, S., Ameen, E. J., Becker Herbst, R., Corrales, C., Cote Gonzalez, L., Gonzalez, D. M., Jones, S., Reynolds, J. D., Goodman, L. A., & Miville, M. L. (2017). Community and public arena advocacy training challenges, supports, and recommendations in counseling psychology: A participatory qualitative inquiry. Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology, 8(2), 70-97.

Smith, L., Romero, L., & Baranowski, K. (2014).  Poverty, social class, and community mental health.  In M.L. Miville & A.F. Ferguson (Eds.), Handbook of Race/Ethnicity and Gender in Psychology. Springer Publications.

Smith, L., Baranowski, K., Allen, A., & Bowen, R. (2013).  Poverty, crime seriousness, and the “politics of disgust.” Journal of Poverty, 17, 375-393.


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