Kimberly Mudd-Fegett

Kimberly N. Mudd-Fegett , DSW, MSSW is an Associate Professor at the Carver School of Social Work at Campbellsville University. Dr. Mudd-Fegett teaches across the program curriculum in the both face to face and online classrooms. However, Dr. Mudd-Fegett’s teaching passion remains with the undergraduate students in the face to face classroom. Dr. Mudd-Fegett received her BSW from the University of Kentucky; her MSSW from the University of Louisville and her DSW from Capella University. Dr. Mudd-Fegett’s practice experience includes nearly fourteen years of experience with the Cabinet for Health and Family Services working as a frontline child welfare worker and supervisor. Dr. Mudd-Fegett continues to practice as a certified forensic interviewer at Silverleaf Sexual Trauma Recovery Center where she has interviewed over 3,000 children facing sexual, physical and emotional trauma. Dr. Mudd-Fegett’s passion is centered in the area of child maltreatment and she strives to use the classroom to prepare students mentally and emotionally to address the secondary trauma they will face in social work practice.

Publications

Transformational Learning in Social Work and Human Services Education
Helen Katherine Mudd, Kimberly Nicole Mudd-Fegett. © 2024. 350 pages.
A critical challenge has emerged— how to make sense of life experiences in the realm of learning. This conundrum is particularly pronounced in the domains of social work and...
Long After the Sound of Gun Fire Is Silenced: The Impact of Shootings Still Echo the Halls
Kimberly Mudd-Fegett. © 2024. 17 pages.
Teachers enter the helping profession to mold the lives of children and young adults, not to arm themselves against intruders or their students. Furthermore, teachers and...
A Framework for Narrative Forensic Interviewing of School Shooting Survivors: Building the Foundation of the Framework on School Shooting Survivors' Narratives
Kimberly Mudd-Fegett. © 2023. 19 pages.
This chapter will present a framework for narrative forensic interviewing that lessens trauma on survivors. To construct the framework, this author interviewed survivors in four...