Charles Degeneffe

Charles Degeneffe, Ph.D.

Department Chair & Professor

Administration, Rehabilitation, and Postsecondary Education

San Diego

Phone
619-594-6115
Location
LH-246C
Mail Code
1127
Fax
619-594-0991

Publications

  • Degeneffe, C. E. (2015). Planning for an uncertain future: Sibling and parent perspectives on future caregiving for persons with acquired brain injury. Journal of Rehabilitation, 81(4), 5-16.
  • Degeneffe, C. E., & Fullerton, N. (2015). Meeting the needs of persons with acquired brain injury in the Republic of Ireland: A contextual review. Rehabilitation Research, Policy, and Education, 29, 208-220.
  • Hayes, P., Degeneffe, C. E., Olney, M., & Tucker, M. (2016). From homelessness to employment: Perceptions of OEF and OIF veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1177/0034355216660841
  • Degeneffe, C. E. (2016). A clarion call for social work attention: Brothers and sisters of persons with acquired brain injury in the United States. Journal of Social Work in Disability and Rehabilitation, 15, 332-350.
  • Degeneffe, C. E., & Lee, G. (2015). Brain injury and the family. A guide for rehabilitation counselors. In M. Millington and I. Marini (Eds.), Families in Rehabilitation Counseling: A Community-Based Model (pp. 153-170). New York: Springer Publishing.
  • Degeneffe, C.E., Tucker, M., & Griffin, J. (2015). Families of veterans with polytrauma injuries in the United States: A guide for rehabilitation counseling practice. In M. Millington and I. Marini (Eds.), Families in Rehabilitation Counseling: A Community-Based Model (213-230). New York: Springer Publishing.
  • Degeneffe, C. E., & Lynch, R. T. (2015). Gestalt therapy. In K. R. Thomas, F. Chan, and N. Berven (Eds.), Counseling theories and techniques for rehabilitation and mental health professionals (2nd edition) (pp. 69-89). New York: Springer Publishing.