Dr. Allison Levine is an assistant professor of counselor education with a background in rehabilitation and mental health counseling. Dr. Levine is a social justice-informed scholar, incorporating inclusion and equity at the forefront of her research and teaching practice. She conducts research on equitable evaluation in counselor education as well as the mechanisms of disability bias in the helping professions.
Professional dispositions for counselor education and supervision
social justice implications for professional disposition evaluation
developmental approaches to professional disposition evaluation
Disability biases of helping professionals and implications for training and education programs
Ethical imperatives of social justice for counselors, supervisors, and educators
Anti-oppressive pedagogies for counselor education, in particular with experience teaching CACREP-accredited coursework
Park, J., Levine, A., Kuo, H. J., Lee, B., & Beymer, P. Validation of the multiple disability multidimensional attitudes scale toward persons with disabilities. Rehabilitation Psychology.
Landon, T. J., Levine, A., Sabella, S. A., Hill, J., Khan, U., & Kulesza, E. Supervision & Ethics: Updates to the CRCC Code of Professional Ethics. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin.
McKnight-Lizotte, M., Levine, A., Landon, T. J., Phillips, B.N., Sametz, R. R., Gerald, M., & Richardson, T. Using the Theory of Planned Behavior to understand dispositional gatekeeping behaviors among rehabilitation counselor educators. Rehabilitation Counselors and Educators Journal (open access).
2014 - 2018
Michigan State University
Doctorate of Rehabilitation Counselor Education
East Lansing, MI
2010 - 2012
Masters of Education in Rehabilitation & Mental Health Counseling