Fred Redekop, PhD.
|Associate Professor of Counseling and Student Affairs
Office: Old Main, A Wing, Room 410
Department of Counseling and Student Affairs
Kutztown, PA 19530
Office Phone: 610-683-4288
Ph.D. Counseling, Rehabilitation, & Student Development
Specialization: Marital and Family Therapy
The University of Iowa
M.A. The Writing Seminars
The Johns Hopkins University
- Career counseling across the lifespan
- Counseling theories seminar
- Field experience (Internship)
- Fundamentals of counseling
- Group counseling and psychotherapy
- Group processes seminar
- Qualitative research methods
- Professional orientation and ethics in family therapy
- Psychology of family systems (Multigenerational approaches)
- Theory and application of student development principles
- Human growth and development through the life span
- Alternative approaches in counseling and psychotherapy
Hamlet, H., &Redekop, F. (2010).Connecting schools with community mental health resources. Counseling Today, 52, 48-49.
Luke, C., &Redekop, F. (2014a). Gottfredson's theory of circumscription and compromise. In G. Eliason, T.
Eliason, J. Samide, & J. Patrick (Eds.) Career development across the lifespan: Counseling for community,
school, higher education, and beyond. Charlotte, NC: Information Age.
Luke, C., &Redekop, F. (2014b). Behavioral Approaches. In E. Ginter, L. Gerstein, & G. Roysircar, (Eds.),
Theories and Applications of Counseling and Psychotherapy: Relevance Across Cultures and Settings.
Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Luke, C., Redekop, F., & Burgin, C. (2014). Psychological factors in community college student retention.
Community College Journal of Research and Practice.
Redekop, F. (1995).The 'Problem' of Michael White and Michel Foucault.Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 21, 307-316.
Redekop, F. (2010). Teaching us a thing or two: Kahn on psychoanalysis and Rogers. The Person-Centered Journal, 17, 32-34.
Redekop, F. (2010). Uses and limitations of the non-directivity paradigm for therapy with families in crisis. The Person-Centered Journal, 17, 79-83.
Redekop, F. (2010).Managing to help people without HMOs.Counseling Today, 53, 46-49.
Redekop, F. (In press). Psychoanalytic approaches for counselors.Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Redekop, F. (Series editor).(In press).Cognitive-behavioral approaches for counselors. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Redekop, F. (Series editor).(In press).Person-centered approaches for counselors. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Redekop, F., & Hamlet, H. (2012). Counseling and choice architecture: Nudging clients toward physical activity. Journal of the Pennsylvania Counseling Association.
Redekop, F., & Luke, C. (2011).The role of career development in two-year and community colleges.In J. Samide, G. Eliason, & J. Patrick (Eds.) Career development in higher education (pp. 211-236).Charlotte, NC: Information Age.
Redekop, F., & Luke, C. (2014).Career development and career theory for two-year and community colleges. In G. Eliason, T. Eliason, J. Samide, & J. Patrick (Eds.) Career development across the lifespan: Counseling for community, school, higher education, and beyond. Charlotte, NC: Information Age.
Redekop, F., Stuart, S., &Mertens, C. (1999). Physical phantasies and family functions: Overcoming the mind/body dualism in somatization. Family Process, 38, 371-385.
Redekop, F., &Wlazelek, B. (2012). Counselor dispositions: An added dimension for admission decisions.
American Counseling Association VISTAS.