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Athabasca University

Dr. Reinekke Lengelle

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Education

  • PhD Tilburg University, The Netherlands
  • M.A. University of Leiden, The Netherlands
  • B.A. University of Leiden, The Netherlands

Supervisory Interests

  • writing for personal and professional development
  • career writing: creative, expressive, reflective writing for career development
  • career development
  • life writing
  • holistic health
  • adult education

Biography

Reinekke Lengelle, PhD developed a new form of narrative career guidance called, ‘career writing’ which entails using creative, expressive, and reflective forms of writing to foster the formation of a career identity. Her area of expertise is writing for personal and professional development, of which career writing is a part. She has taught with MAIS since 2003 and has been teaching writing since 1996, both online and face-to-face. Reinekke is also part of a research group at The Hague University, The Netherlands and publishes regularly in scholarly journals. She is also the faculty coordinator for The Journal of Integrated Studies.



Academic Publications

McClocklin, P., & Lengelle, R. (2018). Cures for the heart: A poetic approach to healing after loss. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling (accepted).

Lengelle, R., Jardine, C., & Bonnar, C. (2018). Writing the self for reconciliation and global citizenship: The inner dialogue and creative voices for cultural healing. In F. Meijers, & H.J.M. Hermans (Eds), The Dialogical Self in Education: A multicultural perspective. (pp. 81-96). New York, NY: Springer.

Lengelle, R., Van der Heijden, B., & Meijers, F. (2017). The foundations of career resilience. In K. Maree (Ed.), Psychology of Career Adaptability, Employability and Resilience (p. 29-47). New York, NY: Springer Nature.

Lengelle, R. (2017) Career writing: a narrative method in response to changing times (in Norwegian) http://veilederforum.no/content/kreativ-karriereskriving-en-narrativ-metode-som-svarer-på-endringer-i-livet

Lengelle, R. (2017) Career writing: creative, expressive, and reflective writing for career learning (in Norwegian) http://veilederforum.no/content/kreativ-karriereskriving-kreativ-og-reflekterende-skriving-karrierelæring

Lengelle, R. & Ashby, S. (2017). Schrijven als zelfontwikkeling: Het trainen van docenten in een narratieve loopbaanmethode voor groepen. In F. Meijers & K. Mittendorff (Eds), Zelfreflectie in het Hoger Onderwijs. (pp. 87-107). Antwerpen & Amsterdam: Garant.

Lengelle, R., Meijers, F., & Hughes, D. (2017). Creatief schrijven voor een levensplan: Reflectiviteit, metafoor en veranderingsprocessen door middel van een verhaal. In F. Meijers & K. Mittendorff (Eds), Zelfreflectie in het Hoger Onderwijs. (pp. 167-183). Antwerpen & Amsterdam: Garant.

Lengelle, R., Luken, T., & Meijers, F. (2017). Is zelfreflectie gevaarlijk? Het voorkomen van rumineren bij loopbaanleren. In F. Meijers & K. Mittendorff (Eds), Zelfreflectie in het Hoger Onderwijs. (pp. 185-201). Antwerpen & Amsterdam: Garant.

Meijers, F., Lengelle, R., Winters, A. & Kuijpers, M. (2017). A dialogue worth having: vocational competence, career identity and a learning environment for 21th century success at work. In E. de Bruijn, S. Billett & J. Onstenk (Eds.), Enhancing teaching and learning in the Dutch vocational education system: Reforms enacted (p.139-155). New York/Berlin: Springer.

Lengelle, R., Van der Heijden, B., & Meijers, F. (2016). The foundations of career resilience. In K. Maree (Ed.), Psychology of Career Adaptability, Employability and Resilience. New York, NY. Springer Nature. (In press)

Lengelle, R., Meijers, F., & Hughes, D. (2016). Creative writing for life design: Reflexivity, metaphor and change processes through narrative. Journal of Vocational Behavior (In press)

Lengelle, R. (2016). What a career coach can learn from a playwright: Expressive dialogues for identity development.  In. H. J. M. Hermans (Ed.), Stimulating a Dialogical Self: Groups, Teams, Cultures, and Organizations.  New York, NY. Springer.

Lengelle, R. (2016). Narrative self-rescue: A poetic response to a precarious labour crisis. New Horizons in Adult Education and Human Resource Development, 28 (1), 46-49.

Lengelle, R., & Ashby, S. (2016). Writing as soul work: training teachers in a group-based career-narrative approach. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling. DOI: 10.1080/03069885.2016.1169366.

Lengelle, R. & Meijers, F. (2016). Playwright meets career coach: Writing dialogues to promote awareness and self-direction. In K. Maree & A. Di Fabio (Eds.), Exploring new horizons in career counselling: Turning challenges into opportunities. (pp. 315-327). Boston, MA: Sense Publishers.

Meijers, F. & Lengelle, R. (2016). Reflective Career Dialogues. South African Journal of Higher Education (In press).

Meijers, F., Lengelle, R., & Kopnina, H. (2016). Environmental Identity and Natural Resources: A Dialogical Learning Process. Resources, 5 (1), 11, 1-16.

Meijers, F., & Lengelle, R. (2016). Identiteitsleren via dialogen en loopbaanschrijven: het oversteken van binnen- en buitengrenzen. In A. Bakker, I. Zitter, S. Beausaert, & E. De Bruijn (Eds.), Tussen opleiding en beroepspraktijk: Het potentieel van boundary crossing. (pp. 39-54) Amsterdam: Van Gorcum.

Meijers, F., Kuijpers, M., Lengelle, R. & Winters, A., (2016). A dialogue worth having: Vocational competence, career identity, and a learning environment for 21st century success at work. In S. Billett, E. de Bruijn, L.  Nieuwenhuis, & J. Onstenk (Eds.), Enhancing teaching and learning in the Dutch vocational education system: Reforms enacted. New York/Berlin:  Springer (in press).

Lengelle, R. (2015). Narrative self-rescue: a poetic response to a precarious labour crisis. New Horizons in Adult Education and Human Resource Development (in press).

Lengelle, R. & Meijers, F. (2015). Career writing: creative, expressive, and reflective approaches to narrative career learning and guidance. The Canadian Journal of Career Development, 14, 19-31.

Lengelle, R., Meijers, F., Poell, R., Geijsel, F., & Post, M. (2015). Career writing as a dialogue about work experience: A recipe for luck readiness? International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance, 13, 47-66.

Meijers, F. & Lengelle, R. (2015). Career learning: qualitative career assessment as a learning process in the construction of a narrative identity. In M. McMahon & M. Watson (Eds.), Career Assessment: Qualitative Approaches. Boston, MA: Sense Publishers (in press).

Lengelle, R. & Meijers, F. (2015). Career Writing: a creative, expressive and reflective approach to qualitative assessment and guidance. In M. McMahon & M. Watson (Eds.), Career Assessment: Qualitative Approaches. Boston, MA: Sense Publishers (in press).

Meijers, F., Lengelle, R., Winters, A. & Kuijpers, M. (2015). A dialogue worth having: vocational competence, career identity, and a learning environment for 21st century success at work. In S. Billett, E. de Bruijn, L. Nieuwenhuis, & J. Onstenk (eds.), Enhancing teaching and learning in the Dutch vocational education system: Reforms enacted. New York/Berlin: Springer (in press).

Meijers, F. & Lengelle, R. (2015). Identiteitsleren: het oversteken van binnen- en buitengrenzen. In A. Bakker, I. Zitter, S. Beausaert, & E. De Bruijn (red.), Het leerpotentieel van grenzen: Opleiden en professionaliseren in de beroepspraktijk. Amsterdam: Van Gorcum (in press).

Lengelle, R. & Meijers, F. (2015). Playwright meets career coach: writing dialogues to promote awareness and self-direction. In K. Maree & A. Di Fabio (eds.), New horizons in career counselling: turning challenges into opportunity. Boston, MA: Sense Publishers (in press).

Lengelle, R. (2014). Career writing, creative, expressive, and reflective approaches to narrative and dialogical career guidance (Published doctoral dissertation). Tilburg, The Netherlands: Tilburg University.

Lengelle, R. (2014). Career writing: creatief, expressief, en reflectief schrijven voor je loopbaan. In F. Meijers, M. Kuijpers, K. Mittendorf, & G.Wijers (eds.), Het onzekere voor het zekere: kwetsbaarheid als kracht in loopbaandialogen (pp. 161-184). Antwerpen/Amsterdam: Garant.

Lengelle, R., & Meijers, F. (2014). Narrative Identity: writing the self in career learning. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 42, 52-72.

Lengelle, R. , Meijers,F., & Post, M. (2014). Loopbaanschrijven aan de hand van Kalliope. Tijdschrift voor Begeleidingskunde, 3 (4), 20-26.

Lengelle, R., Meijers, F., Poell, R.,  & Post, M. (2014). Career Writing: creative, expressive, and reflective approaches to narrative identity formation in students in higher education. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 85, 75-84.

Lengelle, R., Meijers, F., Poell, R., & Post, M. (2013). The effects of creative, expressive, and reflective writing in career learning. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 83, 419-427.

Lengelle, R. (2013). A Collaborative and Writing Pedagogy: An Antidote to Demagogy. International Journal for the Dialogical Self, 7, 109-114. (ijds.lemoyne.edu/journal/7_1/index.html).

Lengelle, R. (2012). Wie schrijf die blijft In F. Meijers (Eds.), Wiens Verhaal Telt? Naar een narratieve en dialogische loopbaanbegeleiding (pp. 251-272) Antwerpen/Amsterdam: Garant.

Meijers, F. & Lengelle, R. (2012). Narratives at work: the development of a career identity. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 40, 157-177.

Winters, A., Meijers, F., Lengelle, R., & Baert, H. (2012). The self in career learning: An evolving dialogue. In Hermans, H. & Gieser, T. (Eds.), Handbook of dialogical self theory (pp. 454-460). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Lengelle, R. (2010). Invoking the Ancestors. In G. Bolton, V. Field, & K. Thompson (Eds.), Writing Routes: A Resource Handbook of Therapeutic Writing (pp. 147-150). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Lengelle, R. (2010). Turn it around: a writing exercise that can change your life. In G. Bolton, V. Field, & K. Thompson (Eds.), Writing Routes: A Resource Handbook of Therapeutic Writing (pp. 177-180). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Lengelle, R., & Meijers, F. (2009). Mystery to mastery: An exploration of what happens in the black box of writing and healing. Journal of Poetry Therapy, 22, 59-77.

Lengelle, R. (2006). Writing the Shadow. In G. Bolton, V. Field, & K. Thompson (Eds.), Writing Works: A Resource Handbook for Therapeutic Writing Workshops and Activities (pp. 167-171). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Updated October 08 2014 by Student & Academic Services

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