Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New
Wehrmann, K., Unrau, Y., & Martin, J. Foster care in the United States. In M. Colton and M. Williams (Eds.), Global perspectives on foster care: A comparative international analysis of foster family care systems. Russell House Publishing (2006)
Wehrmann, K., Shin, H., & Poertner, J. Transfer of clinical practice training: An evaluative study. K. Briar-Lawson & J. Zlotnik (Eds.), Evaluation Research in Child Welfare. The Haworth Press (2000): 23-37.
Book, Chapter in Textbook-New
Aideyan, O. and Wehrmann, K. (2016) Health Care. In N. Lind, E. Rankin, G. Harris (Eds.) Todays Economic Issues: Democrats and Republicans. ABC-CLIO. Santa Barbara, CA.
Book, Chapter in Textbook-Revised
Unrau, Y., & Wehrmann, K. Evaluation of a home based literacy program. Y. A. Unrau, J. L. Krysik, and R. M. Grinnell, Jr. (Eds), Student study guide for the sixth edition of social work research and evaluation: Quantitative and qualitative approaches. F.E. Peacock Publishers (2001): 183-190.
Journal Article, Academic Journal
Starin, A., Atkins, M., Wehrmann, K., Mehta, T., Hesson-McInnis, M., Marinez-Lora, A., & Mehlinger, R. Moving Science into State Child and Adolescent Mental Health Systems: Illinois’ Evidence Informed Practice Initiative. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology. Official Journal for the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, American Psychological Association 43.2 (2014)
Wehrmann, K. Participation in social advocacy: How a professional association can help social workers meet their ethical obligation.. Revista de Asstenta Sociala (Social Work Review) (2010)
Cole, S., Wehrmann, K., Dewar, G., & Swinford, L. Crisis nurseries: Important services in a system of care for families and children. Children and Youth Services Review 27 (2005): 995-1010.
Wehrmann, K. An exploratory study on child welfare reform in post revolutionary Romania. Journal of Social Work Research and Evaluation: An International Publication 6.1 (2005)
Unrau, Y., & Wehrmann, K. Comparing academic and practitioner perceptions on preparing BSW students for competent child welfare practice. Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work 8.2 (2003)
Journal Article, In-House Journal
Harper, Carolyn J.and Wehrmann, Kathryn C. (2015). Online Resources for Evidenced-Based Child Welfare Practice. Child Welfare: Section Connection, Summer 2015. (Washington, DC: NASW).
Journal Article, Professional Journal
Starin, A., Atkins, M., Wehrmann, K., Mehta, T., Hesson-McInnis, M., Marinez-Lora, A., & Mehlinger, R. Moving Science into State Child and Adolescent Mental Health Systems: Illinois' Evidence Informed Practice Initiative. Bruce F. Chorpita and Eric L. Daleiden (EDs). Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 43.2 (2013)
Wehrmann, K. Social Workers have an Important Role to Play in Voting (2018)
Wehrmann, K. C. (2018) Corporate responses to acts of racism show commitment to diversity. Social Work Advocates. Aug.-Sept 2018. Washington, DC: NASW.
Wehrmann, K. C. (2018) Redesigned NASW intent on lighting new paths for members and the profession. Social Work Advocates. Dec-Jan 2018/19. Washington, DC: NASW.
Wehrmann, K. C. (2018, March). Maybe. The New Social Worker. Retrieved from https://www.socialworker.com/extras/social-work-month-2018/maybe-to-my-social-work-colleagues-kathryn-wehrmann/
Wehrmann, K. C.(2018) Social Workers have an important role to play in voting. Social Work Advocates. Oct-Nov 2018. Washington, DC: NASW.
Wehrmann, Kathryn C. (2016). Ethics and technology: What’s a school social worker to do? SSW: School Social Work, Spring Summer 2016. (Washington, DC: NASW)
Wehrmann, Kathryn C. (2014) Reducing barriers to same sex parent adoptions: An interview with Dr. Jeanne Howard. Child Welfare: Section Connection, Summer/Spring 2014. (Washington, DC: NASW)
Wehrmann, Kathryn C. (January 28, 2017). The world made a statement with marches. [Letter to the editor]. News-Gazette, Champaign, IL
Regular Column in Journal or Newspaper
Wehrmann, K. Student Leadership and Advocacy Inspires. NASW News. NASW 63.6 (2018): 3.
Wehrmann, K. C. (2018) Keep gun control conversations moving forward. NASW NEWS.63(4) 3. Washington, DC: NASW.
Wehrmann, K.C. (2018) Members needed to shape policies. NASW NEWS, 63(2) 3.Washington, DC: NASW.
Environmental justice challenge awaits
Wehrmann, Kathryn C. (2017). Challenge energizes us to do our best work. NASW News, 62(7), 3.
Wehrmann, K. Family Solutions: A Preliminary Evaluation Report. The Baby Fold (2001)
Shin, H., Wehrmann, K., & Poertner, J. An Evaluation of Clinical Practice Training Transfer. Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (1999)
Poertner, J., & Wehrmann, K. Clinical Practice Training: An Evaluation of Transfer. Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (1998)
Wehrmann, K. C. and Starin, A (2014). Evidenced Based Practice in Community Mental Health: Voices From the Field. Technical Report for the Illinois Division of Child and Adolescent Mental Health.
Wehrmann, Kathryn C. (January 14, 2018) panelist on Whither American Social Work in Its Second Century? Roundtable Discussion with Authors and Representatives from the Policy and Practice Communities. Social Service Review Symposium, Washington, DC. (Invited).
Wehrmann, Kathryn C. (July 4, 2018). What’s Up Regarding Use of Technology in U.S. Social Work Practice. Social Work, Education and Social Development Conference: Environmental and Community Sustainability; Human Solutions in an Evolving Society.Dublin, Ireland.
Wehrmann, Kathryn C. (March 14, 2018). NASW-Louisiana Chapter Annual Conference. Social Work Excellence Changes Society. Keynote speaker. Baton Rouge, LA.
Wehrmann, Kathryn C. (March 22, 2018). NASW-South Carolina Chapter Annual Conference. Social Work Excellence Changes Society. Keynote Speaker. Columbia, SC.
Wehrmann, Kathryn C. (October 24, 2018). Greetings and Update from the International Federation of Social Workers North American Region. Expanding International Learning Opportunities: The Importance of Human Relationships. The International Council on Social Welfare United States Committee. The Embassy of South Africa, Washington, DC. (Invited).
Wehrmann, Kathryn C. (October 27, 2018) Greetings and a Challenge to Pioneers. Fourteenth Annual Program and Luncheon, Woman’s National Democratic Club, Washington, DC.
Wehrmann, Kathryn C. (October 28, 2017) Greetings and Remarks. Thirteenth Annual Program and Luncheon, Woman’s National Democratic Club, Washington, DC.
Wehrmann, Kathryn C., Kopels, Sandra K. and Lindsay, Brenda (September 15, 2017). Social Work Ethics and Use of Technology. Presented for NASW East Central District. Champaign, IL
OUT OF THE SHADOWS: Promoting Critical Thought And Inclusive Perspectives In The Classroom. Culturally Responsive Campus Community 2016 Conference. CRCC at Illinois State University. (2016)
Hanssen, Daria & Wehrmann, Kathryn (April 2, 2016). Utilizing a Self-Efficacy Scale to Enhance Student Socialization to the Profession. Bachelor Program Directors 33rd Annual Conference, Dallas, TX.