Faculty Profiles

Dr. Kathy Bradley-Klug

Dr. Kathy Bradley-Klug, Ph.D., NCSP, Professor & Associate Dean

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Phone: (813) 974-9486 
Email: kbradley@usf.edu

Dr. Kathy L. Bradley-Klug is the Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs and Research in the USF College of Education. She graduated with her Ph.D. from Lehigh University. Prior to that time, she worked as a school psychologist in Pennsylvania, and completed a clinical internship in Pediatric Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Division of Child Development and Rehabilitation Medicine.

Dr. Bradley-Klug's research interests include assessment and intervention strategies for children and adolescents with pediatric health issues, methods for improving the communication/collaboration between educators and health care professionals, and the use of Curriculum-Based Assessment to improve academic success.

Courses Taught

Grants

  • Principal investigator for grant entitled “Development of the Youth Health Resiliency Scale” funded by Bringing Science Home, University of South Florida College of Public Health, May 2012- August 2014. Amount Awarded = $61,000.
  • Project Director for grant entitled “SELECT/ Bringing Science Home Curriculum” funded by Bringing Science Home, University of South Florida College of Public Health. July 2011- June 2014. Amount Awarded = $300,000.
  • Co-Principal investigator for grant entitled “Impact of Short Bursts of Classroom Physical Activity on Classroom Behavior and Academic Achievement in Children Diagnosed with ADHD” funded by the University of South Florida College of Education Collaborative. October 2010. Amount Awarded = $14,400.
  • Principal investigator for grant entitled “Communication and Collaboration with Schools:  A Pediatrician’s Perspective” funded by the University of South Florida College of Education Mini-Grant Research Funds.  May 2008.  Amount Awarded = $4,986.
  • Co-principal investigator for a grant entitled “Web-based Transdisciplinary Training:  Problem Solving Model and Response to Intervention” funded by the Florida Department of Education.  August 2005. Amount Awarded = $29,856.00.
  • Co-principal investigator for funded research entitled “Individual Differences in FCAT Performance.”  Subcontract grant provided by the Florida Center for Reading Research.  March 2003.   Amount Awarded = $49,580.33.
  • Co-Principal investigator (along with Dr. Richard Briscoe, Florida Mental Health Institute) for a grant entitled “Hop To It: A Program Evaluation For Children With Sickle Cell Disease” funded by the University of South Florida Collaborative for Children, Families, & Communities. June 2002. Amount Awarded = $15,000.
  • Principal investigator for a grant entitled “Early Intervention Program” funded by the Grants to the States for Education of Children with Disabilities-IDEA, Part B, Special Project. December 2001. Amount Awarded = $120,000.
  • Principal investigator for a grant entitled “Early Intervention Program” funded by the Grants to the States for Education of Children with Disabilities – IDEA, Part B, Special Project. June 2001. Amount Awarded = $40,000

Leadership Positions/Honors and Awards

  • Chair, Council of Directors of School Psychology Programs, August 2009 to July 2010
  • Member, 2010 Program Planning Committee, Council of Chairs of Training Councils, Spring 2009 to present.
  • Member, National Association of School Psychologists Program Approval Board, Fall 2008 to present. 
  • Executive Committee Member, Council of Directors of School Psychology Programs, August 2007 to present.
  • Editorial Board Member, Journal of School Psychology, 2007 to presen
  • Faculty Member, The Florida Sleep Consortium, Fall 2004 to present.
  • Editorial Board Member, School Psychology Review, 1999 to 2002; 2005 to present
  • Editorial Board Member, Journal of Behavioral Education, 2001 to present
  • Executive Editorial Liaison, School Psychology Review, 2002 to 2005.
  • Editorial Board Member, Journal of Behavioral Education, 2001 to present.

Publications

Selected Chapters in Books

  • Power, T. J., & Bradley-Klug, K. L. (2014).  Best practices in pediatric school psychology.  In A. Thomas & P. Harrison (Eds.), Best practices in school psychology VI.  Bethesda, MD:  National Association of School Psychologists
  • Luginbuehl, M., & Bradley-Klug, K. L. (2008).   Assessment of sleep problems in a school setting.  In A. Ivanenko (Ed.), Sleep and psychiatric disorders in children and adolescents (pp. 109-138).  New York:  nforma. Healthcare.
  • Bradley-Klug, K. L., Grier, E. C., & Ax, E. E. (2006) Chronic illness. In G. Bear & K. Minke (Eds.), Children's needs III (pp. 857-869). Bethesda, MD: National Association of School Psychologists.
  • Clarke, S., Worcester, J., Dunlap, G, Murray, M., & Bradley-Klug, K. (2004). Using multiple measures to evaluate positive behavior support: A case example. In L. M. Bambara, G. Dunlap, & I. S. Schwartz (Eds.), Positive behavior support: Critical articles on improving practice for individuals with severe disabilities (pp. 238-252). Pro-Ed.
  • Bradley-Klug, K. L. & Shapiro, E. S. (2003). Treatment of academic problems. In M. A. Reinecke, F. M. Datillio, & A. Freeman (Eds.), Cognitive therapy with children and adolescents (2nd ed.). New York: Guilford Press.
  • Bradley-Klug, K. L., Crawford, K. M., & DuPaul, G. J. (2000). Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. In C. Radnitz (Ed.), Cognitive-behavioral Interventions for Persons with Disabilities. Northvale, NJ: Aronson Inc.

Technical Reports and Media Productions

  • Bradley-Klug, K. L., Sussman, B., & Freidman, C. (2004). Team ADD - An interactive CDRom for teachers, parents, and students who are coping with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.
  • Luginbuehl, M., Batsche, G., & Bradley-Klug, K. L. (2004).  The initial development and validation study of the Sleep Disorders Inventory for Students (SDIS).  Sleep, 27, Abstract Supplement. 
  • Schatschneider, D., Buck, J., Torgeson, J., Wagner, R., Hecht, S., Powell-Smith, K. A., & Bradley-Klug, K. L. (2004). A multivariate study of individual differences in performance on the reading portion of the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test: A preliminary report. Technical Report prepared for the Florida Center for Reading Research.
  • Shapiro, E. S., DuPaul, G. J., Bradley, K. L., & Bailey, L. T. (1995). A school-based consultation program for service delivery to middle school students with ADD (manual and videotape). Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.

Selected Journal Articles and Other Scholarly Activity

  • Lopez, A. D, Bradley-Klug, K. L., Quinn, G. P., Reitsema, L. J., Ruble, K., Slifer, K. J.  (in press). Adolescent cancer survivors’ transition to early survivorship: Perspectives, challenges, and recommendations.  Manuscript submitted for publication.  Journal of Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology.
  • Jeffries DeLoatche, K., Bradley-Klug, K., Ogg, J., Kromrey, J., Sundman-Wheat, A.  (Accepted).Increasing parent involvement through a home-based literacy intervention.  Early Childhood Education Journal.
  • Gallentine, A., Salinas-Miranda, A. A., Bradley-Klug, K. L., Shaffer-Hudkins, E., Hinojosa, S., & Monroe,(2014).  The SELECT Program:  Student perceptions of a patient-centered medical training curriculum.  International Journal of Medical Education.   
  • Salinas-Miranda, A. A., Shaffer-Hudkins, E. J., Bradley-Klug, K. L., & Monroe, A. D. H. (2014).  Student and resident perspectives on professionalism: Beliefs, challenges, and suggested teaching strategies.  International Journal of Medical Education, 5, 87-94.
  • Bradley-Klug, K. L., & Armstrong, K.  (2014).  Preparing school psychologists as partners in integrated health care delivery.  Trainers Forum:  Journal of the Trainers of School Psychologists, 32, 67-83. 
  • Sundman, A., Bradley-Klug, K. L., & Ogg, J. A. (2013).  Investigation of a parent-led intervention designed to promote early literacy skills in preschool children.  Journal of Evidence-Based Practices for Schools, 13, 172-199.
  • Sundman, A., Bradley-Klug, K. L., & Ogg, J. A. (2013). Implementation guidelines: A caregiver-directed intervention designed to promote early literacy skills in preschool children. Journal of Evidence-Based Practices for Schools, 13, 200-203.Bradley-Klug, K. L., Jeffries-DeLoatche, K. L., St. John Walsh, A., Bateman, L. P., Nadeau, J., Powers, D.  J., & Cunningham, J. (2013).  School psychologists’ perceptions of primary care partnerships:Implications for building the collaborative bridge.  Advances in School Mental Health Promotion, 6, 51-67.
  • Grier, E. C., & Bradley-Klug, K. L.  (2011).  A biopsychoeducational model of consultation for studentswith pediatric health disorders.  Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 21, 88-105.
  • Quinn, G. P., Murphy, D., Knapp, C., Stearsman, D., Bradley-Klug, K. L., Sawczyn, K., Clayman, M. L. (2011).  Who decides? Decision making and fertility preservation in teens with cancer:  A review of the literature.   Journal of Adolescent Health, 49, 337-346.
  • Williams, J., Armstrong, K., Agazzi, H., & Bradley-Klug, K. L.  (2010).  Helping our toddlers, developing our children’s skills (HOT DOCS):  A parenting intervention to prevent and address challenging behavior in young children.  Journal of Early Childhood and Infant Psychology, 6, 1-20.
  • Bradley-Klug, K. L., & Sundman, A.  (2010).  Late effects of childhood cancer:  Implications for school psychologists.  School Psychology Forum, 4(3), 13-24.
  • Bradley-Klug, K. L., Sundman, A., Nadeau, J., Cunningham, J., & Ogg, J. (2010).  Communication and collaboration with schools:  Pediatricians’ perspectives.  Journal of Applied School Psychology, 26, 263-281.
  • Agazzi, H. L., Armstrong, K., & Bradley-Klug, K. L.  (2010).  BMI and physical activity among at-risk tweens and teens.  Preventing Chronic Disease, 7(3), 1-9.
  • Luginbuehl, M., Bradley-Klug, K .L., Ferron, J., Anderson, W. M., & Benbadis, S. R.  (2008). Pediatric sleep disorders:  Validation of the Sleep Disorders Inventory for Students.  School Psychology Review, 37, 409-431.

Presentations

Recent National and State Presentations to Learned Studies

  • Garofano, J., Lynn, C., & Bradley-Klug, K. L.  (2015, February).  Managing students’ return to learn after a concussion.  Paper presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Orlando, FL. 
  • Bradley-Klug, K. L., Shaffer-Hudkins, E., Jeffries DeLoatche, K., Lynn, C., & Montgomery, J.  (2014,October).  Youth health resiliency scale:  A tool for fostering student self-advocacy.  Poster presented at the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association 16th Annual Conference, Washington, DC.
  • Zwygart, K., Bradley-Klug, K. L., Shaffer-Hudkins, E., Hinojosa, S, Sookdeo, S., & English, A.  (2014, May).  Developing empathy for patients with chronic health conditions:  The diabetes challenge simulation.  Paper presented at the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference, San Antonio, TX.
  • Zwygart, K., Bradley-Klug, K. L., Shaffer-Hudkins, E., English, A., Hinojosa, S., & Sookdeo, S.  (2014,May).  Action research projects:  An opportunity for medical students to explore leadership and quality improvement.  Poster presented at the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference, San Antonio, TX.Schocken, D., Sookdeo, S., Bradley-Klug, K. L., Shaffer-Hudkins, E.  (2014, March).  Teaching actionbased research in the clinical setting.  Poster presented at the 2014 Southern Group on Educational Affairs Conference, Miami, FL.
  • Bradley-Klug, K. L., Shaffer-Hudkins, E., Bander, B., Hinojosa, S., DeLoatche, K., Johnson, N., & Powers, D. (2014, February).  Type 1 diabetes and the role of the school psychologist.  Mini-skills Workshop presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Washington, DC.
  • Jeffries DeLoatche, K., Powers, D., Bradley-Klug, K. L., McCullough, M., Ornduff, R., & Tan, S. Y. (2014, February).  Applying positive behavior support to students with chronic illness.  Paper presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Washington, DC.
  • Bander, B., & Bradley-Klug, K. L. (2014, February).  Prescription privileges for psychologists:  Benefit or burden.  Paper presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Washington, DC.
  • Bradley-Klug, K. L., & Zwygart, K. (2013, October).  Preparing medical students for integrated, patient-centered care.  Paper presented at the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association 15th Annual Conference, Broomfield, CO.
  • Bradley-Klug, K. L., Zwygart, K., & Johnson, N.  (2013, October).  Experiencing life with a chronic health condition:  The diabetes challenge simulation.  Paper presented at the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association 15th Annual Conference, Broomfield, CO.
  • Hasemeyer, M. Suldo, S., Ferron, J., & Bradley-Klug, K.  (2013, August).  Relationships between gratitude and psychological, social, and academic outcomes in youth.  Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI. 
  • Zwygart, K., Bradley-Klug, K. L., Shaffer-Hudkins, E., Bateman, L.  (2013, May).  Student perceptions of a community-based mentoring approach to patient-centered care.  Poster presented at the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference, Baltimore, MD.
  • Bradley-Klug, K. L., Shaffer-Hudkins, E., English, A., & Bateman, L.  (2013, February).  Building leaders in healthcare:  Incorporating psychology into medical education.  Paper presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Seattle, WA.
  • Hinojosa, S., Bateman, L., Bander, B., & Bradley-Klug, K. L.  (2013, February).  Leading efforts to collaborate with pediatric health professionals.  Mini-skills Workshop presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Seattle, WA.
  • Bradley-Klug, K. L., Bateman, L. P., Shaffer-Hudkins, E. J., & Zwygart, K.  (2012, October).  Team-based patient care:  Community mentors as role models for medical students.  Paper presented at the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association 14th Annual Conference, Austin, TX. 
  • Bateman, L. P., Bradley-Klug, K. L., Shaffer-Hudkins, E. J., Jeffries, K., Powers, D., & Tan, S. Y.  (2012, October).  Empowering youth through assessing knowledge of their chronic health conditions. Paper presented at the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association 14th Annual Conference, Austin, TX. 
  • Bradley-Klug, K. L., Cunningham, J., Nadeau, J., Sundman-Wheat, A. N., Jeffries, K., & Ogg, J. A.(2012, February).  Building the collaboration bridge between school psychology and primary care.  Paper presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Bateman, L., Cunningham, J., St. John Walsh, A., Bradley-Klug, K., Nadeau, J., Jeffries, K., Adams, C., & Powers, D. (2012, February). Promoting emotional well-being through assessing youth knowledge of chronic illnesses. Paper presented at the annual conference of the National Association of School Psychologists, Philadelphia, PA.
  • St. John Walsh, A., Bradley-Klug, K. L., Cunningham, J., & Adams, C.  (2012, February).  Coordinating efforts to  promote youth mental health and well-being.  Paper presented at the annual conference of the National Association of School Psychologists, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Adams, C., Ogg, J. A., Bradley-Klug, K., Fefer, S., Mowatt, A., Kilpatrick, M., Witherspoon, L., Bateman, L. (2012).  Physical activity bursts impact academic engagement for students with ADHD. Poster presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Bradley-Klug, K. L., Cunningham, J., Nadeau, J., Sundman-Wheat, A., Ogg, J., & Jeffries, K.  (2011, October).  Promoting integrated healthcare through interdisciplinary collaboration:  The tipping point between primary care and education.  Paper presented at the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association 13th Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA. 
  • St. John Walsh, A. & Bradley-Klug, K. L.  (2011, October).  Promoting youth mental health through school-community collaborative care:  Moving toward the tipping point.  Poster presented at the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association 13th Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Bradley-Klug, K. L., Armstrong, K., Power, T. J., Mautone, J., Shapiro, E. S., Shaw, S., & DuPaul, G. J. (2011, February).  Contemporary issues in pediatric school psychology training and practice. Symposium presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.
  • Sundman, A., Cunningham, J., Bradley-Klug, K. L., & Nadeau, J.  (2011, February).  Effectively collaborating with pediatricians:  Strategies and tools for school psychologists.  Paper presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.
  • Bradley-Klug, K. L., Cunningham, J., Power, T. J., & Shapiro, E. S.  (2010, October).   The role of pediatric school psychology in integrated healthcare. Paper presented at the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association 12th Annual Conference, Louisville, KY.
  • Quinn, G. P., Knapp, C. A., Bradley-Klug, K., Vadaparampil, S., Murphy, D., August, E., & Crocker, T., (2010, August).  Fertility and quality of life among adolescent cancer survivors and their peers. Paper presented at the 118th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, San Diego, CA.
  • Bradley-Klug, K. L., & Sundman, A. (2010, March).  Late effects of childhood cancer:  Implications forSchool Psychologists.  Paper presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Chicago, IL.
  • Bradley-Klug, K. L., Sundman, A., Nadeau, J., Cunningham, J., Ogg, J., & Sharp, A.  (2010, March). Collaboration with pediatricians:  A tool kit for school psychologists.  Paper presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Chicago, IL. 
  • Sundman, A., Bradley-Klug, K. L., & Ogg, J. (2010, March).  Developing pre-literacy skills in preschoolchildren:  Getting parents involved.  Paper presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Chicago, IL.