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Mark Kiel

Associate professor

Office

312-777-7671
mkiel@argosy.edu

Education

  • Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, Illinois School of Professional Psychology, 2002
  • M.A., Clinical Psychology, Illinois School of Professional Psychology, 2000
  • B.S., Communications, Illinois State University, 1996

Biography

Dr. Kiel is the coordinator of the Organizational Consulting concentration and of the Personal and Professional Development program (a required experiential learning course for MA and PsyD students). Dr. Kiel is interested in Group and Organizational Psychology, psychotherapy, and consulting. He does consulting conferences nationally as part of A. K. Rice Institute, and is a board member for the Chicago Center for the Study of Group and Organizations. His clinical work includes several years of experience at university counseling centers, including short and long-term psychotherapy with college students, the supervision of counseling and clinical graduate students and coordinating multi-disciplinary treatment teams. He can be reached at 312-777-7671 or mkiel@argosy.edu.

Expertise

  • Psychoanalytic/Psychodynamic theory and application pieces
  • Group Relations/Tavistock models of group/organizational psychology
  • Program development and interventions for organizations (particularly regarding diversity).
  • Institutional Research in the Personal and Professional Development program

Selected Publications

  • 2009 ?Present The Q-Sort: Leadership, Attitudes and Values of Faculty Working in a Multi-Theoretical Group Program Primary Investigator ? Institutional Action Research
  • Feb. 2009 The Intergroup Event: Power and Projection in the Relationships Among Groups Workshop Presenter ? The American Group Psychotherapy Association Annual Meeting
  • 2007 - Present Personal and Professional Development (P&PD) Student-Group Match: Self-Reported Experiential Learning Preferences and Group Theoretical Orientations Primary Investigator ? Institutional Action Research
  • May 2008 Group Relations and Graduate Students: The Task of Personal and Professional Development in a Clinical Psychology Program Primary Presenter - The A. K. Rice Symposium
  • 1999 - 2001 A Pilot Study of Brief Collaborative Therapist Actions In Assessment Interviews

Memberships

  • American Psychological Association: Member
  • American Group Psychotherapy Association: Member
  • Psi Chi National Honor Society Member
  • Chicago Center for the Study of Groups and Organizations: Associate
  • A. K. Rice Institute for the Study of Social Systems: Associate

Presentations

  • Oct. 2010 Mentor-Trainee Matching in the AKRI Training and Certification Process: The Inter-Group, Political and Popularity Dynamics of Pairing Primary Presenter - The A. K. Rice Symposium
  • May 2008 Group Relations in Cyberspace: Global Connections Co-Presenter - The A. K. Rice Symposium: May 2008