Texas Tech University

Shin Ye Kim, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Counseling

Email: shinye.kim@ttu.edu

Phone: (806) 834-4304

Office:  302, Lab: 203 A, B

Lab webpage: https://shinyekim.wordpress.com/
Dr. Shin Ye Kim

Research Interests

I am an Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology in the Department of Psychological Sciences at Texas Tech University. I completed my doctoral training in Counseling Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (APA-accredited) with a minor in Educational Statistics and Measurement in 2016 and an APA-accredited internship at NYC Health + Hospitals|Kings County, part of the largest public health care system in the United States. In addition, I previously completed a Master's Degree in Prevention Science and Practice at Harvard Graduate School of Education and a Bachelor's Degree in Education at Busan National University of Education in South Korea.

My research program focuses on investigating contextual factors related to the intersection of work, family, and health (psychological health and chronic pain conditions) in diverse populations with two overarching lines of inquiry: 1) how cultural, linguistic, social, and interpersonal dynamics influence pain experience and opioid use and 2) how two major life roles — work and family — independently and collectively influence health and how these phenomena occur and are influenced by cultural factors (gender role, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, and age).

My clinical work has focused on serving underserved and underrepresented individuals with histories of severe mental health issues as well as chronic pain conditions. My doctoral clinical training was completed at academic medical centers, public and community hospitals in three different cities in Wisconsin–Milwaukee, Madison and Racine. My master's clinical training was at an urban high school in Boston.  Additional work fundamental to my identity as a clinician is the four years of psychoanalytic training at the Wisconsin and Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute during my doctoral training. I am excited to bring the depth and breadth of my clinical experience to the next generations of psychologists.

Beyond my work as an instructor, mentoring students has become extremely important to me. I run an active research team consisting of several doctoral and undergraduate students, who have broad aspirations, including becoming psychologists, pathologists, oncologists, psychiatrists, pharmacists, dentists and health care researchers. I am proud to say that this is one of the most fulfilling aspects of my job. I feel strongly about the importance of collaborating with students as well as scholars in diverse disciplines. I involve graduate students in research early in their training using both the “apprentice model” and “junior colleague model” based on their developmental level. I have received excellent mentorship, understand its importance, and I am committed to “paying it forward.”

Outside of Academia, I love being in nature, from small adventures exploring local parks to longer voyages to state and national parks. Recently, I have gotten back into playing piano and enjoy listening to the works of Chopin and Rachmaninoff, whose work impresses me every time I hear it. The intersection of quantum physics, psychotherapy and Buddhism is also a subject of my musings, and I hope to write a piece on this subject when I get closer to retirement. I practice Seon Meditation and love reading and discussing anything about it.

Selected Publications

Peer Reviewed Journals

*Denotes graduate student status ** Denotes undergraduate student status

Kim, H.J, Kim, S.Y., Duffy, R., *Nguyen, N., Wang, D. (in-press). A cross-cultural comparison of the Psychology of Working Theory among U.S. and Korean college students. Journal of Counseling Psychology

Kim, S. Y., Shigemoto, Y., & *Neduvelil, A. (2019). Survive or Thrive? Longitudinal Relation Between Chronic Pain and Well-Being. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 1-13. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12529-019-09805-3

*Daheim, J., Kim, S.Y, *Neduvelil, A., & *Nguyen, N. (2019). Men, chronic pain, and prescription pain medication use: The role of gender role beliefs in a longitudinal moderated mediation model. Pain Medicine. doi:10.1093/pm/pnz200

Kim, S. Y., Lee, J., Wester, S. R., & Fouad, N. (2019). Do “manly” men believe other men are happier? Social comparison, masculine norms, and positive work–family spillover. Psychology of Men & Masculinities. Advance online publication. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/men0000226

Nam, J.S., & Kim, S.Y. (2019). Decent work in South Korea: Context, conceptualization, and assessment. Journal of Vocational Behavior. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jvb.2019.05.006

* Boone, D., & Kim, S. Y. (2019). Family Strain, Depression, and Somatic Amplification in Adults with Chronic Pain. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 1-10. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12529-019-09799-y

Kim, S. Y., Velez, B. L., *Daheim, J., & Lei, N (2018). Validation of the Work Family Conflict Scale for Sexual Minority Employees. Journal of Career Assessment, 1-16. https://doi.org/10.1177/1069072718788329

Kim, S. Y., Fouad, N.A, & Lee, J.(2018). The roles of work and family in men's lives: Testing the social cognitive model of career self-management. Journal Vocational Behavior, 106, 153-164. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jvb.2018.01.008

Fouad, N., Ghosh, A., Santana, M., Kim, S. Y., Young, G., & Oplet, B. (2017). First to Second Year of College Persistence: A Review and Recommendations. Proceedings of the National Symposium on Student Retention.

Kim, S.Y, Fouad, N., Maeda, H., Xie, H., Nazan, N. (2017) Mid-life Work and Psychological Well- being: A Test of the Psychology of Working Theory. Journal of Career Assessment. 1-12. doi: 10.1177/1069072717714538

Kim, S.Y, Ahn, T.Y., & Fouad, N.A. (2016). Family Influence on Korean Students' Career Decisions: A Social Cognitive Perspective. Journal of Career Assessment. 1-14. DOI: 10.1177/1069072715599403

Fouad, N.A., Kim, S.Y, Ghosh, A., Chang,W., & Figueiredo, C. (2015) Family Influence on Career Decision Making: Validation in India and the US. Journal of Career Assessment doi:10.1177/1069072714565782

Ahn, T., & Kim, S.Y. (2013). The structural relationship between career decision-making self- efficacy, career indecision, career preparation behavior, career satisfaction, and life satisfaction: Centering around college students in Busan. The Journal of Vocational Education Research 1- 22, 32, 6.

Book Chapters

Beatrice, J., Graling, K., Hall, K., Kim, S., Lustig, K., Moebus, P., & Plocha (2013). In S. Lamb, Sex Ed for Caring Schools: Creating an Ethics-Based Curriculum (chapters 5 & 6). New York: Teachers College Press

Manuscripts under revision and under review

Kim, S.Y., Suh, H., Oh,W., *Daheim, J. (Under Review). Daily Change Patterns in Mindfulness and Psychological Health: A Pilot Intervention

Kim, S.Y., Lee, J., & *Boone, D. (Revision Under Review). Symptom Profiles of Chronic Pain, Depression, Anxiety, and Somatic Amplification: Exploring Differences across Profiles in Protective and Risk Factors in a Nationally Representative Sample

Kim, S.Y., Santana, M., & *Daheim, J. (Under Review) Career development of male counseling psychology doctoral students: A qualitative analysis

Suh, H., Kim, S. Y., & McCabe, E. A. (Revise and Resubmit). Profiles of mindfulness and difficulties in emotion regulation and links to work-family-school conflict.

*Nguyen, N., Kim, S.Y., *Daheim, J., & *Neduvelil, A., (Under Review). Prescription Pain Medication Use among Midlife and Older Adults with Chronic Pain: The Roles of Generativity and Family Support

Kim, S.Y., Shigemoto, Y., *Neduvelil, A., & Grzywacz, J. (Revise and Resubmit). Longitudinal Stability of Work-Family Enrichment Over and Above Well-Being and Personality Traits

*Manzo, G., Piña-Watson, B., & Kim, S.Y (Revise and Resubmit). Minority Status Stress and Academic Outcomes Among Ethnic Minority College Students: Anxiety and Quality Of Life As Mediating Mechanisms

Kim, S.Y., Xie, H, Suh, H., *Neduvelil, A., & Quinn, B. (Under Review). Racial Differences in Associations of Trait Mindfulness, Perceived Discrimination and Well-Being

*Daheim, J.& Kim, S.Y. (Under Review). Men, Chronic Pain, and Risk of Opioid Abuse: The Role of Conformity to Masculine Norms

Kim, J.H., Gonzalez, R., Kim, S.Y., *Nguyen, N., McMahon, B., & Sametz, R. (Under Review). Virtue-Based Psychosocial Adaptation to Chronic Illness and Disability

Velez, B., Kim, S.Y., Cox, R., Manosalvas, J., Daheim, J. (Under Review). A Comprehensive Test of the Integrative Mediation Model of Minority Stress with Sexual Minority Adults

Xie, H., Kim, S.Y., & Canales, B. (Under Review). Differential Effects of Family and Friend Support in Sexual Minority Aging Adults

*Daheim, J & Kim, S.Y. (Under Review). Comparative Benefits of Physical Activity and Mindfulness on the Effects of Negative Work-Family Spillover on Life Dissatisfaction

Manuscripts in Preparation

Kim, S.Y., Irelend, M., *Nguyen, N, et al. Linguistic pattern of people with chronic pain and its implication for health disparity

Kim, S.Y., Irelend, M., *Nguyen, N, et al. Linguistic pattern of  college students' perception of pain and pain medication experience

Kim, S.Y., Park, S.Y., *Mathai. B., *Daheim, J., **Delgado, B., & France, C. Social Learning and Cultural Pathways in the Relation Between Pain-Related Support and Opioid Use.

Kim, S.Y., *Nguyen, N, *Winograd, D., & Robitschek, C. Men's work-family positive spillover, masculine norms and use of work-family policy. Manuscript in progress.

Kim, S.Y., *Iserman, M., *Daheim, J., & *Nguyen, N. Diurnal Cortisol Profiles Among People with Chronic Pain and their associations with Work, Family and Work-Family Spillover.

Kim, S.Y., Oh, W, Ahn, T, *Daheim, J., *Nguyen, N., & O'Brien, K. 20-Year Trajectories of Work- Family Conflict and Enrichment:Effects on Psychological, Occupational, & Family Well- being.

*Daheim, J, Kim, S.Y., & Littlefield, A. Measurement Invariance of Pain Injustice Scale.

Mitchell, A., Kim, S.Y., Berghuis, K., & **Delgado, B. Childhood adversity ad serum cytokine levels: The roles of psychological, behavioral, and relational pathways.