Sandra S. Stroebel

100 Angus E. Peyton Drive
South Charleston, WV  25303
304-746-2032
E-Mail: Stroebel@Marshall.edu


Education

University of South Carolina
Ph.D. 1988
M.A. 1986
Area of Specialization: School Psychology

 

Certification

Nationally Certified School Psychologist

West Virginia Certified School Psychologist
 

Licensure

Licensed Psychologist WV #627

Licensed School Psychologist Independent Practitioner WV #22054

 

Employment History

 

June 2005 to Present Marshall University  
  S. Charleston, WV  
  Position: Associate Professor  
  Services Provided:  
    Teaching
    Supervision
     
May 2006 to Present Bible Center Church  
  Charleston, WV  
  Position: Psychologist  
  Services Provided:  
    Psychotherapy
    Consultation
     
July 2003 to March 2006 Office of Mark A. Hughes M.D.  
  Charleston, WV  
  Position: Psychologist  
  Services Provided:  
    Psychotherapy
    Consultation to Parents and Teachers
    Parent Training
    Assessment
    Supervision of Psychologist
     
December 2002 to May 2003 Kanawha County Schools  
  Charleston, WV  
  Position: School Psychologist  
  Services Provided:  
    Assessment
    Consultation to Parents and Teachers
    Crisis Counseling
     
May 1998 Raleigh County Schools  
  Beckley, WV  
  Position: Contract Psychologist  
  Services Provided:  
    Assessment
     
April 1994 to May 1995 Process Strategies Institute  
  Charleston, WV  
  Position: Psychologist  
  Services Provided:  
    Psychotherapy
    Consultation to Parents and Teachers
    Assessment
     
March 1992 to March 1994 Learning Enhancement Center  
  Charleston, WV  
  Position: Psychologist  
  Services Provided:  
    Psychotherapy
    Consultation to Parents and Teachers
    Assessment
     
August 1988 to June 1991 Richland School District II
Columbia, S.C.
 
  Position: School Psychologist  
  Services Provided:  
    Assessment
    Consultation with Students, Parents and Administrators
    Group and Individual Counseling
    Curriculum Planning
    Program Monitoring
    Supervision of Practicum Student
     
August 1987 to July 1988 Broward County Schools  
  Fort Lauderdale, FL  
  Position: School Psychologist  
  Services Provided:  
    Assessment
    Consultation with Students, Parents and Administrators
    Group and Individual Counseling
    Development and Coordination of  Child Support Team
    Development of System Level Programs
    Crisis Intervention
     
1990 University of South Carolina  
  Position: Visiting Professor  
  Services Provided:  
    Taught Undergraduate Course in Early Childhood Development
    Taught Graduate Course in Behavior Modification and Learning Procedures
     
     

Publications

Evans, J.R. & Stroebel, S.S. (1986).  Standardization of two measures supplementing

            WISC-R coding subtest.  Journal of Clinical Psychology, 42, 654-657.

 

Krieg, F.J., Meikamp, J., O’Keefe, S. & Stroebel, S. S. (2006).  Field-based experience in

 light of changing demographics.  Psych Perspectives, Spring, 7-10.

 

Krieg, F.J., Meikamp, J., O’Keefe, S. & Stroebel, S. S. (2006).  Field-based experience in

 light of changing demographics.  Trainers’ Forum, 25, 15-17.

 

Haning, R.V., O’Keefe, S.L., Beard, K.W., Randall, E.J., Kommor, M.J., & Stroebel, S.S.

            (2008).  Empathic sexual responses in heterosexual female and male

            participants. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 23, 325-344.

 

O’Keefe, S. L., Beard, K.W., Stroebel, S.S., Berhie, G.M., Bickham, P.J., & Robinett, S.

            R. (2009).  Correlates of inserted object-assisted sexual behaviors in women: A

            model for  development of paraphilic and non-paraphilic urges. Sexual Addiction

            and Compulsivity,16, 101-130.

 

Stroebel, S.S. (1986).  Neuropsychological and environmental characteristics of early readers.

            Master’s Thesis.

 

Stroebel, S. S. & Evans, J. R. (1988).  Neuropsychological and environmental

characteristics of early readers.  Journal of School Psychology, 26, 243-252.

 

Stroebel, S. S., Harvey, B.S. & O’Keefe, S. L. (2008). Cohesion, instructional time and

            reading performance at MUGC summer enrichment program. I-Manager’s

 Journal on Educational Psychology, 2 (2), 26-33.

 

Stroebel, S. S., Krieg, F. J. & Christian, S. (2008). Best practices in planning for an

             effective transition from school to work.  In Thomas, A. & Grimes, J. (Eds.), Best

             Practices in School Psychology V. (pp 1-17). Bethesda, MD: NASP.

 

Stroebel, S. S., Krieg, F. J., & Doak, J. (2008). Program evaluation and goal-attainment

 scaling. Psych Perspectives, Spring, 2-6.

 

Stroebel, S. S., Krieg, F. J., & Hare, C. (2009). Elementary school staff reaction to

 response to intervention implementation. Psych Perspectives, Spring, 1-2.

 

Stroebel, S. S., O’Keefe, S.L., Beard, K.W., Robinett, S.R., Kommor, M.J., & Swindell,

            S. (2010).  Correlates of inserted object-assisted sexual behaviors in men: A

            model for the development of paraphilic and non-paraphilic urges.  Sexual

            Addiction & Compulsivity, 17, 127-153.

 

Stroebel, S. S. (1988). Prevalence of depression in learning disabled children as reported by

 different raters. Doctoral Dissertation.

 

 

Presentations

Stroebel, S. S.  A neuropsychological study of precocious readers.  South Carolina

 Association of School Psychologists, Spring 1985.

 

Stroebel, S. S., Arsi, K. & Euster, S.  An effective preschool handicapped program,

            Putting all the pieces together.  South Carolina Council for Exceptional Children,

            Winter 1989 Convention.

 

Stroebel, S. S. & Henley, S.  An ecological approach to a preschool handicapped

program: a proposed model.  South Carolina Council for Exceptional Children,

Winter 1990 Convention.

 

Stroebel, S. S. Assessment of depression in elementary school children. South Carolina

            Association of School Psychologists, Spring 1991.

 

Stroebel, S. S. & Hicks, S.E. Consequences of untreated ADHD. Ninth Annual Mountain

 Retreat, September 2005.

 

Stroebel, S. S. Diagnosis and evidence based treatment of ADHD.  Conversations,

            February 2006.

 

Stroebel, S. S. Behavioral interventions with preschoolers.  Kanawha County Preschool

             Training, September 2007.

 

Stroebel, S. S. Self-Injury in youth: Information, causes and treatment.  West Virginia

 School Psychological Association Spring Conference, May 2008.

 

Stroebel, S. S. Self-Injury in youth: Information, causes and treatment.  West Virginia

 Psychological Association Fall Conference, September 2008.

 

Stroebel, S. S. & Backus, M. Overview of Ruby Payne’s framework for poverty. Twenty-

            First  Century Professional Development for GSEPD Faculty, September 2008.

 

Stroebel, S. S. Understanding poverty.  Kanawha County Schools Beginning Teachers

 Academy,   January 2009.

 

Stroebel, S. S., Krieg, F.J. & Hare, C. Elementary school staff reaction to

 response to intervention implementation. National Association of School

Psychologists 2009 Annual Convention, February 2009.

 

Stroebel, S. S. A framework for understanding poverty for post-secondary students.

 Garnet Career Center, June 2009.

 

Stroebel, S. S. Strategies for the under-resourced learner. Garnet Career Center, October

            2009.

 

Stroebel, S. S. Mental health delivery in the schools: Anxiety disorders. West Virginia

 School Psychologists Association Fall Conference, October 2009.

Stroebel, S.S. School refusal: Definition and treatment. Kanawha County Principals

             Meeting, December 2009.

 

Stroebel, S. S. A comparison of reading subtests on the WIAT-II and WJ-III.

            National   Association of School Psychologists 2010 Annual Convention,

            March, 2010. (Peter N. Prewett, contributor).

 

Stroebel, S. S. & Donahue, C. Comparison of age versus grade norms on the KTEA-II

 And WIAT-II. National   Association of School Psychologists 2010 Annual

Convention, March, 2010. (Peter N. Prewett, contributor).

 

Professional Memberships

American Psychological Association

National Association of School Psychologists

West Virginia Psychological Association

West Virginia School Psychologists Association

 

References

Upon request.

 

 


Last updated August 23, 2010