East Carolina University
 
College of Allied Health Sciences
Department of Addictions and Rehabilitation Studies


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Stephen Leierer, PhD
Associate Professor

Dr. Leierer received his PhD from Florida State University, and was employed by LSU and University of Memphis prior to joining the faculty at ECU.  Dr. Leierer is working primarily in the doctoral program in Rehabilitation Counseling and Administration.

PublicationsMcCarthy H, Leierer SJ, (2001) Consumer Concepts of Ideal Characteristics and Minimum Qualifications for Rehabilitation Counselors. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 45:1, 12-23.

Toriello PJ, Leierer SJ, Keferl JE, (2003) The Impact of Race on the Use of Physical Restraint with Adolescent Males with Behavioral Disabilities: An Initial Study. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 34:4, 38-43.

Leierer SJ, Strohmer DC, Blackwell TL, Thompson RC, Donnay DAC, (2008) The Rehabilitation Counselor Scale, A New Scale for the Revised Strong Interest Inventory. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 51:2, 68-75.

Leierer SJ, Strohmer DC, Blackwell TL, Thompson RC, Donnay DAC, (2008) The Newly Revised Strong Interest Inventory, A Profile Interpretation for Rehabilitation Counselors. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 51:2, 76-84

Leierer SJ, Strohmer DC, Kern AM, Clemons-guidry DB, Roberts KJ, Curry KE, (1996) The Effects of Counselor Disability Status and Reputation on Perceptions of Counselor Expertness, Attractiveness, and Trustworthiness. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 41:4, 1-11.

Milington MJ, Leierer SJ, (1996) A Socially Desirable Response to the Politically Incorrect Use of Disability Labels. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 39:4