Graduate School`s Emerging Leaders Program

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CPSA 4.17.09
New Cohort
Graduate Poster Session
Emerging Leaders Program
Research Requests
New book
Cultural Competency in Botswana
APAGS
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Welcome to the new Doctoral cohort at UGA
Name
Alicia Brown
Lacy Currie
Marta Gonzalez
Jokae Ingram
Jasmin Jones
Andrew Mantini
Krystal Meares
Matt Orbell
Amy Todey
School
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Augusta State University
Cal State Northridge
UTX SW Med Center
UGA
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NYU
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Email
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Subject: FW: GPA STUDENT POSTER SESSION AND AWARDS/GPA ANNUAL MEETING application deadline approaching!
Just a reminder - the application deadline is fast approaching! Application materials will be accepted up
until next Thursday, April 23rd.
Cynthia A. Messina, Ph.D.
Clinic Director
Emory University Psychological Center
404 727-0762 office
404 727-1284 fax
[email protected]
From: Messina, Cynthia A
Sent: Monday, March 16, 2009 7:31 PM
To: [email protected]
Subject: GPA STUDENT POSTER SESSION AND AWARDS/GPA ANNUAL MEETING
Georgia Psychological Association
Annual Student Research Poster Session
GPA ANNUAL MEETING
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Loudermilk Conference Center
Atlanta,Georgia
May 16, 2009, 12 to 2:30 pm
Poster Submission Categories:
¨ Intern/Postdoctoral Fellow
¨ Graduate Student
¨ Undergraduate Student
Research Awards:
Ø GPA: General Clinical Psychology (2 awards):
Graduate Student/Intern/Postdoc $200 and Undergraduate $100
Ø Division G: Family, Adolescent and Child Research (1 award):
Graduate Student/Intern/Postdoc $200 or Undergraduate $100
Ø Division F: Women’s Issues (1 award):
Graduate Student/Intern/Postdoc $200 or Undergraduate $100
Ø Division E: Independent Practice (1 award):
Graduate Student/Intern/Postdoc $200 or Undergraduate $100
Ø Division H: LGBT & Gender Identity Issues (1 award):
Ø Graduate Student/Intern/Postdoc $200 or Undergraduate $100
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If you are interested in participating send a completed application form and an abstract of your poster
presentation by April 16, 2009 to Dr. Cynthia Messina at [email protected](using “GPA 2009 Poster
Session” as your email subject).
Cynthia A. Messina, Ph.D.
Clinic Director
Emory University Psychological Center
404 727-0762 office
404 727-1284 fax
[email protected]
***see email attachment for further information
Graduate School’s Emerging Leaders Program
Dear Graduate Students,
It is my strong belief that graduate education builds a foundation for leadership. At the
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University of Georgia, I believe we are educating and preparing you to be our next generation of
citizens, scholars, and leaders. My goal is to provide you with a leadership program in which you
can gain a better understanding of your leadership skills and enhance your knowledge of what it
means to be a leader.
The Graduate School’s Emerging Leaders Program was developed to meet this goal. This is a
two-day intensive program that assists graduate students in strengthening their personal
leadership capabilities, exploring professional development opportunities, and interacting with
their colleagues from across campus. It is designed for students who plan to complete their
degree in at least the next two and one half years. The full program description and application
information can be found at http://www.grad.uga.edu/academics/description.pdf.
If the Emerging Leaders Program would help you to reach your career goals and you meet the
requirements, please contact your graduate coordinator and provide the application form
(http://www.grad.uga.edu/academics/emerging_leaders.pdf) and other information needed to
complete the nomination process. This program is offered at no cost to you except for the time
you commit for your own professional development and the transportation to Unicoi Lodge in
Helen, Georgia. Nomination packets must be received from the Graduate Coordinators by 5 p.m.
on Friday, May 1, 2009.
The program description and application form for the Emerging Leaders program are on the
Graduate School website, http://www.grad.uga.edu/academics/emerging.html.
If you have questions not answered on the website, please email Judy Milton at
[email protected]
Thank you for your interest!
Maureen Grasso
Dean of the Graduate School
Dear Graduate Coordinators,
May 1, 2009 is the correct submission date for Emerging Leaders applications. This is the date on the
application materials and on the website. My apologies for typing the incorrect date in the email you
received.
Judy
Research Requests
Dear Dr. Delgado,
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I hope this e-mail finds you well, and I appreciate you taking time out of your busy schedule to
read this note. Your e-mail address was obtained from the Directory of the Counseling/Clinical
Psychology Programs and from your university website.
My name is Cherisse Gill and I am a second-year Counseling Psychology student at Southern
Illinois University – Carbondale. I am currently collecting data for my Master’s Thesis project
on religion and spirituality issues in counseling and psychotherapy. The purpose of this research
is to construct a scale to measure how comfortable counselors-in-training feel with using
religious/spiritual interventions in psychotherapy. I am writing to see if you could forward my
request to your counseling/clinical psychology students to complete an online survey.
Participants who complete the survey will be automatically entered into a lottery for a chance to
win one of ten $20 gift certificates.
Below is a message that you can copy and paste to send through your listserv. Or feel free to just
forward this message, if that is more convenient.
If you have a chance, I would also greatly appreciate it if you would be able to reply to my email
and let me know whether you sent my request to your students. That would be helpful to me as I
try to estimate the response rate for my study.
If you have any other questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me via email as well.
Thank you for your time and help.
Sincerely,
Cherisse Gill
Graduate Student
Department of Psychology
Southern Illinois University
Carbondale, 62901-6502
Phone: (618) 453-2604.
Email:[email protected]
Dear Counseling/Clinical Psychology Graduate Students:
My name is Cherisse Gill and I am a second-year Counseling Psychology student at Southern
Illinois University – Carbondale. I am seeking individuals who are currently enrolled in a
Counseling/Clinical Psychology graduate program to complete an online survey on religion and
spirituality issues in counseling and psychotherapy. Your responses will help us understand the
comfort level of counselors-in-training with integrating religion and spirituality in their work
with clients.
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The survey will be administered online and will take approximately 20 minutes to complete.
Participants who complete the survey will be automatically entered into a lottery for a
chance to win one of ten $20 gift certificates.
Prior to participation, you will be required to review an informed consent form, which describes
your rights as a participant. Participation is voluntary and participants may choose to withdraw
from the study at any time. There are no known risks involved in completing the survey. All
responses obtained will be held confidential.
If you wish to participate in this study, please click here or copy and paste the link
provided below into your browser:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=QC98cWihxQ3kwaeTdGvnUQ_3d_3d
Thank you in advance for your participation! Please feel free to forward this e-mail to anyone
who would be interested in participating in this websurvey.
Note: Please let us know if you would like to be removed from any future mailings from us
regarding this study. If you do not respond to this email or return the opt-out message, you will
be contacted again with this request 2 times during the next 6 weeks. To opt-out click here. If
you have questions about this study and its procedures, please contact the Primary Researcher:
Cherisse Gill at (618) 453-2604 or [email protected], and her faculty supervisor, Dr. Yu-Wei Wang
at (618) 453-3539 or [email protected] Department of Psychology, Southern Illinois University,
Carbondale, 62901-6502.
This research has been reviewed and approved by the SIUC Human Subjects Committee. They can be contacted at
the Office of Research Development and Administration, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL 62901-4709;
Phone: (618) 453-4533. E-mail: [email protected]
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Dear Dr. Delgado-Romero,
I am a Doctoral Candidate in the Counseling Psychology program at the University of Oregon. I am in the
final stages of my doctoral program and am collecting data for my dissertation. My dissertation chair is
Dr. Ellen McWhirter. I am conducting a survey focused on environmental justice advocacy and am
seeking participants who are students, practitioners, and/or educators in the specialty of counseling
psychology (or related mental health fields). Would you be willing to forward this research request to
students in your program and any other contacts you believe are appropriate?
Although I have already obtained approval from the IRB at my institution, I realize that some institutions
do not allow faculty to forward requests such as this. If that is the case at your institution, please disregard
this message.
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I have included a description of my study and a link to the survey below.
Thanks for your assistance. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Sincerely,
Tera
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Greetings,
My name is Tera Hoffman and I am a Doctoral Candidate in the Counseling Psychology program at the
University of Oregon. My Advisor is Dr. Ellen H. McWhirter. I am seeking your assistance with my
dissertation study by inviting you to complete a survey focused on current attitudes, knowledge, and skills
regarding environmental justice advocacy. This study has been approved by the University of Oregon
Office for the Protection of Human Subjects (Protocol # X307-09).
You are eligible to participate in this study if you are 18 years or older and currently a counseling
psychologist, graduate student in a mental health training program (e.g. counseling, counseling
psychology, social work), or educator of mental health professionals. You will be asked to fill out a
survey that will take approximately 25-30 minutes. Participation in this study is completely voluntary,
and you may discontinue participation at any time without penalty. Only the researcher and trained
assistants will have access to survey materials.
By participating in this study, you are making a significant contribution to research that may enhance
counselor training and professional practice. Further, responses may enable counselors and psychologists
to develop and apply more effective strategies when addressing clinical practice and training issues. A
potential benefit from participation in this study is increased awareness about issues related to
environmental justice advocacy.
As a participant in this study, you will have the opportunity to participate in a confidential drawing in
which you may enter to win a $100 gift certificate. The odds of winning a gift card are 1 out of 100. If
you choose to participate in this drawing, you will be requested to submit your contact information (name,
phone number and email address) to me, the Principal Investigator, from your email account. Contact
information will not be collected on the survey, therefore, your answers on the questionnaire will not be
linked to any identifying information. Upon completion of the participant recruitment process, the PI will
randomly select three participants for the $100 gift certificates.
If you have are interested in taking this survey, please click on the link below (or cut and paste the URL
into your browser) and you will be directed to the Informed Consent Form for this study:
Dear Dr. Delgado-Romero,
I am a Doctoral Candidate in the Counseling Psychology program at the University of Oregon. I am in the
final stages of my doctoral program and am collecting data for my dissertation. My dissertation chair is
Dr. Ellen McWhirter. I am conducting a survey focused on environmental justice advocacy and am
seeking participants who are students, practitioners, and/or educators in the specialty of counseling
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psychology (or related mental health fields). Would you be willing to forward this research request to
students in your program and any other contacts you believe are appropriate?
Although I have already obtained approval from the IRB at my institution, I realize that some institutions
do not allow faculty to forward requests such as this. If that is the case at your institution, please disregard
this message.
I have included a description of my study and a link to the survey below.
Thanks for your assistance. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Sincerely,
Tera
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Greetings,
My name is Tera Hoffman and I am a Doctoral Candidate in the Counseling Psychology program at the
University of Oregon. My Advisor is Dr. Ellen H. McWhirter. I am seeking your assistance with my
dissertation study by inviting you to complete a survey focused on current attitudes, knowledge, and skills
regarding environmental justice advocacy. This study has been approved by the University of Oregon
Office for the Protection of Human Subjects (Protocol # X307-09).
You are eligible to participate in this study if you are 18 years or older and currently a counseling
psychologist, graduate student in a mental health training program (e.g. counseling, counseling
psychology, social work), or educator of mental health professionals. You will be asked to fill out a
survey that will take approximately 25-30 minutes. Participation in this study is completely voluntary,
and you may discontinue participation at any time without penalty. Only the researcher and trained
assistants will have access to survey materials.
By participating in this study, you are making a significant contribution to research that may enhance
counselor training and professional practice. Further, responses may enable counselors and psychologists
to develop and apply more effective strategies when addressing clinical practice and training issues. A
potential benefit from participation in this study is increased awareness about issues related to
environmental justice advocacy.
As a participant in this study, you will have the opportunity to participate in a confidential drawing in
which you may enter to win a $100 gift certificate. The odds of winning a gift card are 1 out of 100. If
you choose to participate in this drawing, you will be requested to submit your contact information (name,
phone number and email address) to me, the Principal Investigator, from your email account. Contact
information will not be collected on the survey, therefore, your answers on the questionnaire will not be
linked to any identifying information. Upon completion of the participant recruitment process, the PI will
randomly select three participants for the $100 gift certificates.
If you have are interested in taking this survey, please click on the link below (or cut and paste the URL
into your browser) and you will be directed to the Informed Consent Form for this study:
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https://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=2cwm3mdT6OiafZ0LiU9aLw_3d_3d
If you have any questions please feel free to contact me, or my Dissertation Chair.
Sincerely,
Tera Hoffman, M.S.
Principal Investigator and Counseling Psychology Doctoral Candidate
University of Oregon
[email protected]
503.522.8339
Ellen H. McWhirter, Ph.D.
Professor, Dissertation Chair
Dept. of Counseling Psychology
University of Oregon
[email protected]
Colleagues in Counseling Psychology: Since 1985, I have been writing a
regular "Psycholegal Notebook" column for the Florida Psychologist
. As you might guess, the
information deals with ethics and law in the context of private practice.
Due to requests from several state psychological associations to reprint the
articles, I have posted some on them on my (noncommercial) website
(www.BobWoodyHelpsPsychology.com) under the "New and Articles"
button.
The most recent posting is titled "Facing Up to Financial Realities." In part,
it offers review-type comments about the new book Financial Success in
Mental Health Practice, by Steven Walfish and Jeffrey E. Barnett (APA
Books, 2009). For what it is worth, I believe that it is time for psychologists to
unabashedly pursue and adopt astute financial strategies. If the psychologist
has financial security, our society will benefit.
I would welcome anyone making use of the article gratis, including reprinting
it in a state psychological newsletter or otherwise. Ever now and then, I add a
new one, so you might want to keep an eye on my website. Cordially, Bob
Woody, PhD, JD (University of Nebraska at Omaha)
[also see twitter.com/psychlegal]
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[SERD-L] AMCD/ACES Cultural Competency conference in Botswana
AMCD/ACES 2nd Annual International Conference on Culturally Competent Disaster
Response
Space is still available to participate in the second international multicultural counseling
conference to be held in Gabarone, Botswana, located in southern Africa July 8-11, 2009.
AMCD/ACES visualize a multidisciplinary discussion in which a diversity of viewpoints are
investigated. The conference will feature keynote speeches from AMCD, ACES, and NBCC-I
scholars as well as those from the University of Botswana. In 2007, AMCD and ACES partnered
to sponsor an outreach endeavor that took counselor educators, practitioners, and students to
Cape Town and Johannesburg, South Africa and Gabarone, Botswana (for the report and photos,
visit the AMCD web site: http://www.amcdaca.org). Participants on this year’s clinical outreach
team will be returning to community agencies and schools in Johannesburg and Gabarone. For
more information, interested parties can visit the conference web site at:
http://education.ufl.edu/Faculty/WestOlatunji/amcd_tour.html.
[APAGSREP] [SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT]: Volunteer with APAGS at the 2009
APA Convention!
Volunteer with APAGS at the 2009 APA Convention!
APAGS is looking for students attending the 2009 APA Convention to be a part of the APAGS
Ambassador Program. Serving as an Ambassador will provide you with additional networking
opportunities and increase your knowledge about APAGS and APA
As an APAGS Ambassador your primary duties will include:
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Monitoring at least one APAGS program.
2.
Providing general information to conference attendees, particularly students, and;
3.
Distributing APAGS promotional items to students and others who show support of
APAGS.
There will be a MANDATORY Ambassador Orientation taking place on Wednesday, August
5th from 1:00-2:50 p.m. The orientation will provide you with valuable information about the
APA Convention and APAGS and is a great opportunity to meet and chat with fellow students
attending convention. You MUST attend the orientation in order to be an Ambassador for
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APAGS.
APAGS will also host an Ambassador Social as a thank you for participating in the program.
This social will take place in the APAGS Suite, Saturday, August 8th at 6:30pm.
If you would be interested in participating in the APAGS Ambassador program, please visit:
http://www.apa.org/convention09/activities/networking/ambassador.html
<https://mail.apa.org/exchweb/bin/redir.asp?URL=http://www.apa.org/convention09/activities/n
etworking/ambassador.html> to complete the Ambassador Application. Deadline to apply: May
31, 2009.
Please direct and questions to Heather Dade at [email protected]
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The APAGSREP list is sponsored by APAGS (www.apa.org/apags). It is reserved for APAGSACT Committee members only.
Communications whose primary purpose is to solicit research participants or to conduct surveys
or other research techniques may not be posted to any APAGS listserv. For a full description of
the Policy for Research Participant Solicitation Over APAGS Listservs, see:
www.apa.org/apags/members/researchpolicy.html
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