Office: 418D Tier Building
Areas of Specialization:
• Social Work Practice & Mental Health
• Interventions with children & adolescents
• Social Work Practice with women
• Family Centre practice
• Academically at-risk children
2006 - Ph.D. University of Manitoba
1988 - M.S.W. Carleton University
1982 - B.S.W. University of Manitoba
Levine, K., Sutherland, D., & Cole, D. (2018). Creating a lifelong career development model. Canadian Journal of Career Development, 17, (2), 25-44.
Levine, Kathryn Ann, Proulx, Jocelyn, & Schwartz, Karen. (2018). Disconnected Lives: Women with Intellectual Disabilities in Conflict with the Law. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 31(2), 249-258.
Levine, K., & Sutherland, D. (2013). History repeats itself: Parental involvement in children’s career exploration. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 47,
Levine, K. (2013).Capacity building and empowerment practice. In B. Trute and D. Hiebert-Murphy (Eds.) Partnering with Parents: Family Centred Practice in Children's Services, pp. 107-129. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.
Levine, K. (2013). A case study of family centred practice. In B. Trute and D. Hiebert-Murphy (Eds.) Partnering with Parents: Family Centred Practice in Children's Services, pp. 198-216. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.
Levine, K. & Sutherland, D. (2012). An evaluation of parental perspectives on education in Skownan First Nation. Canadian Centre on Policy Alternatives – Manitoba. Winnipeg, MB.
Levine, K. A., & Rennpferd, R. (2012). Hitting the target: Transitioning youth with high-risk behaviours. In D. Fuchs, S. McKay, & I. Brown (Eds). Awakening the Spirit: Moving Forward in Child Welfare. Regina, SK: Canadian Plains Research Center.
Levine, K. (2009). Against all odds: Resilience in single mothers of children with disabilities. Social Work in Health Care, 48, 402-419.
Levine, K. (2008). Against All Odds: Resilience in Single Parent Mothers of Children with Disabilities. Saarbruecken, Germany: VDM Publishers.
Levine, K., & Sutherland, D. (2008). The impact of a career development program on the resilience of inner-city youth. In Resilience in Action: Working with Youth Across Cultures and Contexts, Linda Liebenberg & Michael Ungar, Eds. (pp. 192-214).Toronto, ONT: University of Toronto Press.
Levine, K. (2008). Resilience as authoritative knowledge: The experiences of single mothers of children with disabilities. Journal of the Association for Research on Mothering, 10, 133- 145.