Adjunct Professor Felicia Fort Publishes Book on MentorshipOctober 9, 2018
Ms. Felicia Fort, an adjunct professor in the School of Professional Studies, recently published a book that focuses on mentors and the relationship building aspect. The book, titled, ” The Mentor Model: Tools to Building and Sustaining a Healthy Mentor-Mentee Relationship Long-term” has been featured at several universities and bookstores around the DMV area. The goal of the book is to help each individual understand and strengthen their mentor or mentee roles and to inspire and persuade readers to seek or offer mentorship.
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Dr. Christopher Bishop Presents Workshop at the Adolescent Support League ConferenceSeptember 25, 2018
Dr. Christopher Bishop, Associate Professor of Psychology, will be presenting a workshop at the Adolescent Support League Conference in Silver Spring, MD on October 12, 2018. The workshop titled, “Is it Anger or Something Else” will explore symptoms of adolescent depression and how it differs from adults. Furthermore, this workshop will explain the relationship between depression and anger using examples that are more likely to be seen in a school setting.
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Dr. Nicole Betschman Presents as Keynote Speaker at World Summit on Stress, Mindfulness, and PhilosophySeptember 12, 2018
Prior to her new appointment as Assistant Professor of Health Services at Trinity Washington University, Dr. Nicole Betschman, was a keynote speaker at the World Summit on Stress, Mindfulness, and Philosophy in Boston, Massachusetts with a topic of “Stress and resilience: How to thrive when faced with multiple stressors” on August 27, 2018. Dr. Betschman noted, that there were many different professionals from around the world, including Nepal, Hong Kong, and Australia who presented on many different topics as it related to stress and stress management. She also plans to further research stress management and how it relates to the college population.
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Dr. Christopher Bishop Presents at the 2018 ABPsi ConventionAugust 22, 2018
Dr. Christopher Bishop, Associate Professor of Psychology, presented at The Association of Black Psychologists Annual Convention in Oakland, California, June 29, 2018. The panel entitled, “Building for Eternity? Ethics Matters”, reviewed the Revised Ethical Standards and discussed how a new approach to ethics can provide a foundation for “building for eternity”. Based on African centered principles, the revision relies heavily on Ma’atian ethics which are more about building a “moral society” than about attributing blame or punishment.
Additionally, Dr. Bishop, alongside Trinity adjunct, Dr. Michelle Goodwin, presented at the Forensic Mental Health Awareness Conference on Friday, May 11, 2018, at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Washington, DC campus. The program titled, “A Primer to Understanding Juvenile and Adult Competency to Stand Trial Evaluations” provided the audience with a basic understanding of how competency to stand trial evaluations are conducted with adult and juvenile populations.
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Dr. Deborah Haskins, Dr. Daryl Thorne, and Dr. Evelyn Iraheta Present at the 2018 American Counseling Association Annual ConferenceAugust 15, 2018
Dr. Deborah Haskins, Dr. Daryl Thorne, and Dr. Evelyn Iraheta presented during the 2018 American Counseling Association Annual Conference as professional counselors and educators. The conference was held April 26,-29 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA.
Dr. Haskins, the Counseling Program Director and Associate Professor of Counseling in the School of Education, presented “Diverse Voices in Religion and Spirituality” as part of a diverse panel sponsored by the Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling Division on the intersectionality of religious and spiritual values in the counseling profession. The panel shared their own professional journeys and selected work with clients, communities, and teaching.
Dr. Daryl Thorne, Assistant Professor and Chair of Human Relations in The School of Professional Studies, presented “Pushing Through Boundaries on Purpose: Critical Race Theory and Counselor Development” as part of a roundtable designed to explore the question of whether white counseling students (and faculty) are adequately prepared to recognize & confront the systemic sociopolitical nature of white supremacy/privilege in personal and professional development.
Dr. Evelyn Iraheta, adjunct professor in the School of Education Counseling program, presented “Evidence-based and Culturally Informed Strategies for Working with Immigrant Youth.”
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