Dr. Lyda Downs, a faculty member in the School of Counseling, and Dr. Laurie Bedford, a faculty member in The Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership, co-presented the paper “Enhancing Faculty Performance Through Coaching: The Walden University Model” at the 43rd annual conference for the International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning in Orlando, Fla.
Dr. Donna Sheperis, a faculty member in the School of Counseling, co-authored “Social Justice Through Early Intervention: Understanding Coping Skills and Mental Health Symptomology Among Pregnant Women in High Risk Areas” in the Journal of Counseling Research and Practice (Vol. 3).
Dr. Savitri Dixon-Saxon, associate dean in the School of Counseling, was one of five Minnesota-based leaders featured in the 12th annual Women Worth Watching Awards issue of the Profiles in Diversity Journal. In the magazine, she described how she developed a collaborative leadership style.
Dr. Morris Bidjerano, a faculty member in the School of Counseling, presented a paper titled “The Curious Case of the ‘White Sneakers’ Indicator of Water Quality” at the International Interpretive Policy Analysis Conference in Vienna, Austria, in July.
Dr. Laura Simpson Haddock, a faculty member in the School of Counseling, helped facilitate two presentations for the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision conference held in Denver in October.
Dr. Tiffany Rush-Wilson, a faculty member in the School of Counseling, was featured on ExpertBeacon.com, a website that offers advice from professionals with expertise in a variety of fields to provide guidance about overcoming anorexia and bulimia. She is a licensed psychologist and counselor who owns an independent counseling practice in Ohio.
Dr. Brandé Flamez and Dr. Judith Green, faculty members in the School of Counseling, went on a two-week volunteer service trip to Tanzania in July. Their accomplishments were covered in the article “Counselor Deepens Cultural Competency on Return Volunteer Service Trip to Tanzania” in Counseling Today on Aug. 30.
Dr. Ryan Holliman, a faculty member in the School of Counseling, co-authored “Development of the Child Interpersonal Relationships and Attitudes Assessment (CIRAA)” in the International Journal of Play Therapy (Vol. 22, Issue 2).
Dr. Stacee Reicherzer, a faculty member in the School of Counseling, discussed workplace bullying in “Grown-up Bullying” in the March 2013 issue of Counseling Today.
Dr. Brandé Flamez, a faculty member in the School of Counseling, co-authored the chapter “Developing Scholarship Through Mentoring and Self-Reflection: A Transformative Process for Doctoral Students” in Pathways to Transformation: Learning in Relationship (Information Age Publishing, 2012).
Dr. Stacee Reicherzer and Dr. Joseph Spillman, faculty members in the School of Counseling, co-published the article “A Multiple Case Study Examination of Resiliency Factors for Mexican and Mexican-American Transsexual Women” in the International Journal of Transgenderism (Vol. 13, Issue 3). Dr. Reicherzer also recently co-presented a case scenario about working with a transgender client as a skills demonstration for the American Counseling Association convention in San Francisco, Calif. Dr. Spillman co-presented education sessions in November at the Western Association for Counselor Education & Supervision convention in Portland, Ore.
Dr. Mark Stauffer, a faculty member in the School of Counseling, led a presentation about mindfulness practices for parents at the annual Oregon Counseling Association convention in Portland, Ore., in November.
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