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Students accepted to present research at the Association for Play Therapy International Conference 2015

Join us in congratulating three students from our Counseling Department & Play Therapy Center for Education & Research who were accepted to present their research ideas at the Association for Play Therapy International  Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.

  • Renee Floer: Adapting Child Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT) Model to treat Children of Alcoholics and Addicts
  • Kristen Centanni & Madison Shultz: Military Families & Child Parent Relationship Therapy(CPRT) : Adaptive Models for use during Deployment and Reintegration

These students will be presenting their research ideas alongside doctoral candidates and faculty in the student poster session on October 8, 2015. Please congratulate them on this amazing achievement when you see them in class and around the department. They worked really hard on their projects and will have a lot of work to prepare for the conference in just over a month. Great Job, Ladies!