After teaching primarily psychology predoctoral interns at Yale University, Dr. Kline Pruettt’s teaching at Smith College is in the doctoral and masters programs at the School for Social Work and undergraduate psychology seminars at the College. 

Courses Taught:

Working with Separating and Divorcing Families: Co-parenting Contexts and Interventions (MSW)

Separation, Divorce, and Co-parenting: Implications for Practice (MSW)

Family Policy (MSW and PhD levels)

Grant Writing (PhD)

Research Intensive (PhD)

Research on Clinical Social Work Practice (PhD)

Child Trafficking in the U.S. (undergraduate)

Practicum Seminar in Clinical Psychology (undergraduate)

Community Psychology (undergraduate)

Committee Appointments: Smith College School for Social Work/Smith College*

Doctoral Reorganization
Faculty Search
Provost Search
Human Subjects Committee (Chair)
Personnel Practices (Chair)
Clinical Research Institute (CRI), Director
*Center for Community Collaboration Advisory Committee
*Community Engagement and Social Change Concentration Advisory Committee
*Five College Public Policy and Social Innovation Steering Committee
*Sponsored Research Committee
* Working Group on Holistic Assessment of Teaching
*JED working group on student well-being

Administrative Roles:

Yale University

Director, Child and Adolescent Programs

Smith College

Chair: Human Behavior in the Social Environment Sequence
Chair: Research Sequence
Chair: Human Subjects Committee
Associate Dean of Academic Affairs

Visiting Scholar:

University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Department of Psychology (2007-2010) and Advisory Board, Center for Research on the Family (2007-2010)

University of Calgary School of Medicine, Alberta, Canada