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Counseling Professor Dr. LeAnne Steen graduated from the Association for Play Therapy Leadership Academy led by the Association for Play Therapy President and CEO Bill Burns. Fellow graduates from Louisiana included: Sheila Gold, Kathryn Hill, Adrianne Lolan, and Krystal Vaughan. Congratulations to Dr. Steen on her successful completion of all requirements of graduation.

 

Bagala, C. & Phillips, A. (2011, September). Using existential group counseling with adolescents exhibiting pre-borderline symptomology. Presented to the annual conference of the Louisiana Counseling Association, Baton Rouge, LA.

Foster, T., & Galjour, C. (2011, September). Wellness counseling for midlifers and older adults:  Aging with a wellness lifestyle.  Presented to the annual conference of the Louisiana Counseling Association, Baton Rouge, LA.

Summary:

Living a wellness lifestyle is important for people of all ages. Presenters will offer a four-step wellness counseling intervention to implement wellness into the counseling process for Midlifers and older adults.

Evans, A. (2011, September). Treating drug abuse and co-occurring disorders using cognitive behavior therapy. Presented to the annual conference of the Louisiana Counseling Association, Baton Rouge, LA.

Dr. Steen presented the following three topics at LCA: 

1. Working with the Caregivers in Play Therapy: From Engagement to Termination
The presenters will cover caregiver consultation from a developmental perspective from engagement through termination. Practical caregiver interventions for use when working with a variety of presenting issues will be covered.
Presenters: LeAnne Steen, Ph.D., LPC-S; RPT-S; Erin Dugan, Ph.D, LPC-S, RPT-S, and Adrianne Logan, Ph.D. Candidate, LPC

The Department of Counseling participated in the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) fundraising walk on Saturday, October 8th. Together, twelve students and faculty members raised $1,488.72 to donate to NAMI New Orleans which provides mental health services and supportive services for affected families.

Glenney, J. (2011, September). The role of group therapy in the treatment of eating disorders in adolescents using rational emotive behavioral therapy. Presented to the annual conference of the Louisiana Counseling Association, Baton Rouge, LA.

Counseling Student Heidi Molbak Featured in 2e: Twice-Exceptional Newsletter

Dr. Rachel Cupit was honored at the University of New Orleans College of Education and Human Development Honors Reception as the 2011 recipient of the College's Distinguished Dissertation Award.

Christine Bagala, Alison Phillips, Lisa Chew, Stephanie Ducros, Caitlyn Galjour, Melody Marks, Ali Rivera, and Matthew Watson presented posters on a variety of different topics at Loyola University's Second-Annual Graduate Research Symposium.

Bagala, C., & Phillips, A. (2011, April). Existential-humanistic therapy for pre-BPD adolescents. Poster session presented at the Loyola University Graduate Research Symposium, New Orleans, LA.

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