April 27, 2007

Employment Opportunities

IT Fellow position

With our two IT Fellows leaving, Ed Psych is without an IT Fellow for next fall. David Ernst has asked us to circulate the attached position posting. There is a very tight deadline of May 7th, so apply soon if you are interested!

Position posting: Download file

Posted by lind0449 at 4:12 PM

Employment Opportunities

The Ramsey County Children’s Mental Health Program currently has openings in its Crisis, Early Intervention and School-Based programs. All openings require a masters in a behavioral health field. We have positions for both licensed and not-yet licensed applicants.

Could you please circulate the attached postings to your membership and/or list serve? Please contact Stephani Gunter, Ramsey County Human Resources, 651-266-4063, or look on our web site www.co.ramsey.mn.us for further information.

Thanks.

Full descriptions: Download file Download file

Joel Hetler

Posted by lind0449 at 10:43 AM

Miscellaneous

GradSEHD Graduate Student Appreciation Party on behalf of GradSEHD - graduate student organization that is proud to represent graduate students from all over the world at the College of Education and Human Development: http://www.tc.umn.edu/~gradsehd/
Location: Terrace Room, St. Paul Student Center
Date: TODAY Fri 4/27/2007
Time: 6 p.m. - 11 p.m.
Contact: Diana Yefanova
Email: yefan001@umn.edu

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Hi --

I know a number of you are interested in e-journal access to Psychometrika.
We now have it available via the library web page from vol. 1 to the present.
Details are here: http://blog.lib.umn.edu/hayco001/edlib2/ejournals/

Regards, Laurel

Laurel Haycock, Ph.D., Librarian for Education, Psychology,
and Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences
Social Sciences & Professional Programs Academic Program Group
University of Minnesota Libraries 612-624-1865
180 Wilson Library
309 19th Avenue South
Minneapolis MN 55455

Posted by lind0449 at 10:38 AM

Volunteer

Hello CEHD Community,

Please share this with your students:!

About Get Ready
The Get Ready program is an early intervention and college awareness program preparing students from low-income families and from those groups traditionally underrepresented in college with college planning information, academic tutoring and career and higher education options. The program prepares elementary, middle and high school students for post-secondary education by providing them with the tools and experiences that will help motivate them to complete high school and pursue a post-secondary education.

Student panelists needed!
The UConnects at Get Ready Programs are in need of U of M students to help out on three field trips to the U with groups of 4th graders from Minneapolis and St. Paul. Up to 10 students are needed per visit. This is a great opportunity to teach students about college, get volunteer hours, and have fun! We are looking for a culturally diverse group of students to reflect the diversity of our kids.

Duties
Help out leading campus scavenger hunts on the East Bank/Mall area (4 students per visit)
Share your stories with our kids and answer their questions about college (10 students per visit—FREE LUNCH at Centennial Hall!)

Dates & Times
Monday, April 30:
10:15 –11:30 a.m. (4 students needed) AND 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. (10 students needed)

Wednesday, May 2:
11:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. (4 students needed) AND 12:15-1:15 p.m. (10 students needed)

Wednesday, May 9:
9:30-11:00 a.m. (4 students needed) AND 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (10 students needed)

To Volunteer
If you’re interested or have questions, please call Ellie Purdy at 651-259-3924, or email Eleanor.Purdy@state.mn.us

Thank you!

E l e a n o r P u r d y
Program Associate, Get Ready Program
Minnesota Office of Higher Education
1450 Energy Park Drive, Suite 350
St. Paul, MN 55108-5227
phone 651.259.3924
fax 651.642.0675

Eleanor.Purdy@state.mn.us

www.getreadyforcollege.org

Posted by lind0449 at 10:34 AM

Conference Information

Hello CEHD Community,

Please share this information with your students. If you’d like a flyer to post, please contact me at p-neim@umn.edu.

Career Opportunities for Students with Disabilities (COSD)
8th Annual National Conference
July 30 – August 1 2007
Hyatt Regency, Minneapolis

Overview
COSD announces the 8th annual National Conference themed “Gateway to Employment: Partnership for Success.? COSD’s Annual National Conference is the only conference that brings together professionals from higher education and major national employers for the purpose of learning and sharing best practices to assist college students with disabilities to attain the career of their choice.

Get involved on a deeper level by joining COSD in a variety of sessions throughout the week. These agenda items will be updated on the COSD Website at www.cosdonline.org.

Patti Neiman
Associate Director
Exploratory, Transfer, and Career Services (ETC Services)
College of Education and Human Development

Posted by lind0449 at 10:28 AM

April 24, 2007

CSPP Announcements

COMMENCEMENT RECEPTION

The Educational Psychology Department will be hosting a commencement brunch for graduating students and their guests on Friday, May 11, 9:30 – 11:30 a.m., in the Weisman Art Museum. This event will celebrate our students who are completing their degrees.

Invitations have been sent to students who will be participating in commencement ceremonies, have applied to graduate, or who have graduated since fall semester. If you have not received an invitation but fit into one of these groups, please contact Kathy Walter (kwalter@umn.edu or 624-1698) and she'll make sure you receive one.

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Graduating CSPP MA Students:

Remember to compile and complete your MA Portfolio materials and submit to Emily in 206 Burton Hall on or before May 10, 2007. If you have any questions about this process, please contact your advisor or Emily.

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Reminder: THE SUNNY HANSEN BORN FREE SCHOLARSHIP FUND

The BORN FREE Scholarship Fund was established at the University of Minnesota through the generosity of Dr. Sunny Hansen and her husband, Tor. This fund honors Dr. Hansen’s career as a faculty member in the college and CSPP, and her dedication to the field of career development.

The BORN FREE Scholarship of $1,000 will be awarded to a graduate student who is working in the field of career development through CSPP.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
• Applicant must be enrolled in Graduate School for the academic year in which the award will be made, working on either a master’s or doctoral degree in CSPP.
• Applicant’s academic interests should focus on gender and/or multi-cultural issues in career development.
• Preference for female students.
• Clear evidence of financial need.

TO APPLY, please submit:
• Completed application for the Sunny Hansen BORN FREE Scholarship
• A vita or resume
• Unofficial copy of most recent transcript

DEADLINE: Materials must be received by 4:00 PM, Friday, May 4, 2007.

PLEASE NOTE:
No materials are to be requested from CSPP staff (Mary or Emily).
All materials are to be submitted in a manila envelope into a box on Emily’s counter in Room 206.
All questions are to be directed to Dr. Kay Herting Wahl, Co-Chairperson of the CSPP Scholarship Committee.

Posted by lind0449 at 11:12 AM

Classes

Announcing May Session and Summer Session Courses in Counseling and Student Personnel Psychology!

Please note two special topics courses that will be offered during the May session taught by CSPP faculty member Tom Skovolt:

EPSY 5400 Special Topics in Counseling Psychology (max credits 8; 8 repeats allowed)
EPSY 5400 -101, 09:05 A.M. - 04:25 P.M. , W,Th (06/06/2007 - 06/07/2007) , BuH 123 , TCEASTBANK , Skovholt,Thomas M (Morse Alumni Award), Resiliency Dev for Couns, Teachers & Health Prof , 1 credit

EPSY 5400 -102, 09:05 A.M. - 04:25 P.M. , W,Th (05/23/2007 - 05/24/2007) , PeikH 335 , TCEASTBANK , Skovholt,Thomas M (Morse Alumni Award), Helping Skills for Advisors , 1 credit


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Hello Fellow CSPP Students!

I am happy to announce a course called Integrative Wellness: Using Mind-Body and Psychotherapeutic Approaches for Healing to be offered this summer, June 11th - June 15th from 9:00-11:30 each day (M-F). The course description and goals are listed below. If you have any questions about the course, please feel free to contact me.

Sincerely,
Michelle Trotter
trot0026@umn.edu

Integrative Wellness: Using Mind-Body and Psychotherapeutic Approaches for Healing EPsy 5400-001: Special Topics - 1 credit - June 2007 9:00-11:30 a.m., June 11, 12, 13, 14 & 15

Course Description This course will cover mind-body and creative approaches to clinical practice in counseling, social work, nursing and related fields. The course will use practice and scholarly research to explore clinical interventions including mindfulness meditation, guided imagery, relaxation techniques, creative writing and creative/art based interventions to promote healing. The course will have an experiential component through which students will practice the various interventions being studied. The course will also draw on the expertise of guest speakers to augment course readings, lecture, class discussions and in-class activities.

Course Goals This course is designed to give practitioners and students in the helping professions an introduction to mind-body and creative approaches to promote therapeutic growth. Through in-class activities the course will allow students to immerse themselves in the various techniques, with the ultimate goal of integrating what they learn in class to current or future therapeutic environments. Each topical area will include a review of the literature on the topic. Research findings and experiential work will be combined in an exploration of the topics.

--
Michelle Trotter, MA
Doctoral Candidate
Counseling and Student Personnel Psychology Educational Psychology Department trot0026@umn.edu

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New Special Topics Summer Course!
EPSY 5400-002: Crisis Intervention in Mental Health Settings
1 credit
June 16-16, 9:00-4:30

This course is designed to introduce students to the major features of client-related crises that occur in mental health settings, including community agencies and college counseling centers. It will provide students with the opportunity to learn both theory and practical skills related to crisis intervention. Experiential learning through role-playing and group exercises will supplement lecture and class discussion. Guest speakers will present on related topics.

Sample Topics:
-Assessment and intervention with suicidal and potentially violent clients
-Working with victims of sexual violence
-Vicarious traumatization and clinician self-care

Contact the instructor, Sandra Sanger, MA, LPC at engx0021@umn.edu with questions.

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Spirituality and Resilience
Center for Spirituality and Healing - National Resilience Resource Center - University of Minnesota

CSpH 5201- Summer 2007 - Location TBA

Two graduate or undergraduate credits offered jointly by the University of Minnesota College of Continuing Education and the Center for Spirituality and Healing.
• Personal growth and reflection
• Professional development in health care, education, prevention and other helping services
• In-depth exploration of resilience theory and spirituality
• Specific applications of the Resilience/Health Realization model to students’ lives, professions and helping relationships.
• Scheduled so working professionals may attend

Objectives include literature critique, examination of personal resilience and protective factors, analysis of historical relationship of resilience and spirituality, experience and description of the principles of health realization, development of criteria and standards for assessing resilience in self and others, and synthesis of the understanding into professionally appropriate applications for each student’s situation. Students from last term report the class as “life-changing? and “meaningful.?

The concentrated summer schedule offers an “immersion experience? in this interesting and important topic. Various options for course reading materials accommodate different learning styles, personal interests and stimulate meaningful group dialogue.

For registration details contact the Center for Spirituality at 612-624-9459. For other questions please call the faculty person for this course: Kathy Marshall, National Resilience Resource Center, College of Continuing Education at 612-624-1693.(kmarshal@cce.umn.edu) Fees vary for graduate program or continuing education enrollment status. Traditional graded, as well as audited or “S/N? enrollment status options are available.

Dates/Location: June 11, 13, 15, 20, 21 and 25, 9 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.; Saturday June 16, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Class will be on the University of Minnesota campus in Minneapolis. Specific room location will be announced.

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CI 8155: Immigrant Families and U.S. Schools
Fall 2007 - Instructor: Bic Ngo
Mondays, 4:40pm-7:20pm

"Today one in five children in the United States is the child of immigrants, and it is projected by 2040 one in three children will fit this description. Given the numbers involved, how these children adapt and the educational
pathways they take will have clearly profound implications for our society." -Carola Suarez-Orozco

This course will examine the educational experiences of contemporary immigrants (post-1965) in U.S. schools. We will explore the concerns and debates surrounding immigration, assimilation and acculturation to the U.S. We will then take a closer look at the research on various immigrant groups and examine the major issues that are confronted by immigrant families and youth in U.S. schools and society. In this course, we will shift from simplistic theoretical models of immigrant assimilation and highlight instead the experiences of immigrant families and youth as those that change and respond to external—structural, ideological, cultural—forces in U.S. society.

Course Objectives
• To provide students with the background necessary to understand current issues and debates about immigration to and immigrants in the United States, particularly as it pertains to education and academic achievement
• To convey the complexity of the political, social and economic contexts surrounding the experiences of immigrants in U.S. schools and society
• To illustrate the impact (and intersections) of gender, race, class, language and culture on the experiences of immigrants in U.S. schools and society
• To complicate theoretical conceptualizations of the immigrant experience in U.S. schools and society

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Center for Early Education and Development (CEED) and Institute of Child Development (ICD)
College of Education and Human Development
University of Minnesota
~~ Announcing a New Educational Opportunity ~~

Please note: This Certificate Program is under review for approval by the Regents. (See statement included on main IECMH web page for specifics on this point.) The web site will make note when this approval is official.

The Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Certificate Program

Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health is an emerging area of scholarship, research, and public service that defies contemporary disciplinary boundaries. Individuals working in many types of settings will benefit from this program of study. The certificate program will present cutting edge research and theory coupled with interdisciplinary practices applicable to all work with young children and their families.

We Invite Your Applications

You are invited to apply for admission into the Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Certificate Program (IECMH), which begins its first two-year cohort in August 2007.

Intended Participants
Persons who may be candidates for this program include (but are not limited to) early childhood educators, parent educators, social workers, home visitors, doulas, midwives, Part C service coordinators, NICU nurses, public health nurses, clinical nurse practitioners, therapists, supervisors, early intervention specialists, policy specialists, physicians, faculty members, and graduate students.

Two Tracks
A hallmark of the Certificate's curriculum is the creation of two tracks:

Clinical Track:
Credentialed mental health professionals who wish to build their knowledge and skills in infant and early childhood mental health, dyadic or triadic treatment, and reflective consultation.

Community Track:
Front-line professionals who work with young children and their families (e.g., public health nurses, parent educators, child welfare workers, early interventionists, and early childhood educators) who often confront complex mental health issues for which they feel unprepared.

Two Credit Options
Additionally, students who enroll in the IECMH Certificate Program may choose to earn CEUs/clock hours or academic (professional) credits. Academic credits are offered through the Institute of Child Development with (ICD) courses designated "Child Psychology (CPsy)."

More Information and How to Apply
For comprehensive information about this Certificate Program and application materials, visit the IECMH Certificate Program web page at http://education.umn.edu/ceed/iecmhcp.

Questions?
Contact Patricia Kester, Program Coordinator, at 612-626-9579 or email kest0026@umn.edu.

Posted by lind0449 at 10:42 AM

Employment Opportunities

From: Roberta Golinkoff roberta@UDel.Edu
Subject: Laboratory Coordinator Position for Recent Graduate!

The grant gods have smiled upon me and I am looking for a bright, eager, talented, organized, well-spoken individual
to serve as my laboratory coordinator starting this June and for the next two or three years. I would like to conduct interviews in early May. A new college graduate looking for additional research experience before going on
to graduate school would be perfect. My laboratory coordinators have gone on to graduate school at wonderful
places.

The focus of my lab is how children learn language. We bring in parents and children anywhere between the ages of 4 months and 5 years and sometimes test adults too. Since we have many projects going on at the same time, I need someone who can function at a high level with many balls in the air.

Responsibilities include: data collection and analysis, study design, supervising research assistants, and interacting with participants and their parents. The job offers full benefits and an excellent working environment since I treat my laboratory coordinators more as colleagues than employees. If you are interested or know someone who is, please contact me at Roberta@udel.edu.
Thanks!

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Easy Money Collecting Data!!!

Want to make some easy money? We are looking for a data collector for the month of May and first week in June to do a few hours of data collection a week at $10-$15 an hour. Data collectors need to be proficient at CBM-ORF.
Please let us know if you are interested, and we can can give you more details. Thanks, and enjoy the weather!!!

*Jenny Davie & Zoila Ganuza
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Jennifer Davie
Graduate Research Assistant
School Psychology Program
College of Education and Human Development University of Minnesota
248.701.3951

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To: CSPP PhD Students
From: Pat McCarthy Veach
Re: Paid positions as Co-instructors for EPsy 8501: Counseling Prepracticum

This fall semester 2007, EPsy 8501: Counseling Prepracticum has been allocated several co-instructor positions that carry a stipend of $750.00 each. As you may know, this course is highly experiential (role plays, discussions, demonstrations, etc). There will be approximately 30 first year CSPP students and 6 second year Genetic Counseling students enrolled in the course.

Activities for these co-instructor positions will include: observing student role plays and providing feedback, modeling basic counseling skills, facilitating discussions, assisting in evaluation of written assignments, and attending all class sessions as well as a weekly two-hour co-instructor meeting.

The course meets from 8-11:00 on Mondays in Burton Hall. The weekly co-instructor meeting is 11-1:00 on Mondays, immediately after class.

If you are interested in being considered for one of these positions, please send me an email at veach001@umn.edu, or call me (612)624-3580 on or before May 8th. Also, if you have any questions, feel free to contact me.

Thank you. Pat

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KU Quantitative Psychology position announcement-please distribute

This message has been sent on behalf of Dr. Todd Little, Director, Quantitative Psychology at the University of Kansas

Please print and post this position announcement flyer in your departments, and distribute by email as necessary.

Thank you for your assistance in distributing this position announcement!
Flyer: Download file

Cindy Sexton
Administrative Associate Senior/Recruiting Coordinator
Secretary to the Chairperson of Psychology
Department of Psychology
1415 Jayhawk Boulevard, 426 Fraser Hall
Lawrence, KS 66045
(785) 864-9800 phone
(785) 864-5696 fax

Posted by lind0449 at 10:28 AM

Research Participation

Dear Director of Training,

We are asking for your assistance in forwarding this invitation to participate in our survey to all current psychology graduate students in your program. We are attempting to explore graduate student interest (i.e., support and opposition) in obtaining psychologist prescription privileges and relevant previous experience. This study has been approved by the Auburn University Institutional Review Board. Risks are believed to be minimal as this is anonymous self-report data that will be analyzed in aggregate form. The results of this study will be made available to Directors of Training at the graduate and postdoctoral level to assist in the planning of curriculum to meet the preferences of future graduate psychology students. If you wish to see the survey prior to passing this along to your interns, please click the link below.

Please forward this invitation to participate in our survey to all current psychology interns in your program. We greatly appreciate your assistance.

Sincerely,
Amy M. Simpson & Annette S. Kluck, Ph.D.

Invitation to Participate in a Study Exploring Graduate Psychology Students* Perceptions About Prescription Privileges The present study is designed to explore the graduate psychology students* experiences related to and perceptions of prescription privileges for psychologists. You will be asked to complete a brief, on-line survey consisting of 33 questions. The questionnaire will require approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. You will be asked to provide demographic information, complete questions about your experiences related to clients taking psychotropic medications and your beliefs about prescription privileges for applied psychologists. This study has been approved by the Auburn University IRB. Should you have questions or concerns, you may contact Amy Simpson at simpsam@auburn.edu or Annette Kluck, Ph.D. at Annette.kluck@auburn.edu.

Please consider participating. We hope that the results of this study will assist directors of training in graduate programs and post-doctoral training programs in the development of curriculum for future psychology students.

If you choose to participate, please click the link below.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=366873460819

Results of the study can be made available to you upon request.

Thank you,
Amy Simpson &
Annette S. Kluck, Ph.D

Amy Simpson
Doctoral Student
Counseling Psychology
Haley 2072 (office)
Auburn University
simpsam@auburn.edu

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Intimacy Study & Drawing for $50 gift cards

INTIMACY IN ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS STUDY

Dear Training Director,

I am requesting your assistance in forwarding my request for participation in a research project I am conducting. The study has been approved by the Purdue University IRB. I am a doctoral student in the Counseling Psychology program in the Educational Studies department at Purdue University and my research advisor is M. Carole Pistole, Ph.D. This study will examine intimacy in romantic relationships. The study includes a short demographic questionnaire and 4 brief instruments, and takes approximately 20-25 minutes. Participants who choose to email me will be entered in a drawing (odds of winning: 1 to 300) for two $50 gift certificates (Starbucks or American Express gift cards).

I would greatly appreciate your forwarding this message to your students. I am extremely grateful for your time and assistance. We believe that this study will provide us valuable information regarding intimacy in romantic relationships.

STUDENTS

If you agree to participate, please click on the following web address or cut and paste it into your browser's address link:
https://research.education.purdue.edu/surveys/survey.asp?survey_id=LNEUENSC3/15/2007

Thank you for your time and consideration of this request.

Lisa A. Neuenschwander, M.S.
Counseling Psychology Doctoral Student
lneuensc@purdue.edu

M. Carole Pistole, Ph.D.
Counseling Psychology Training Director
pistole@purdue.edu

Counseling Psychology Program
Purdue University
West Lafayette, Indiana

Posted by lind0449 at 10:23 AM

Conference Information

Hello,

The University Of St. Thomas Graduate School Of Professional Psychology along with the School of Social Work, Boston University and the Interfaith Coalition on Mental Health are sponsoring a conference on Integrating Spirituality and Therapy. We invite you to peruse the attached brochure and encourage you to attend if you are able. The conference is being held on May 4, 2007 from 8:00 – 5:00 pm in Schulze Auditorium at the University of St. Thomas in Downtown Minneapolis. From 8:00 – 9:00 am there is registration and a continental breakfast. The conference begins promptly at 9:00 am. The address is 46 South 11th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55403. This promises to be a wonderful opportunity to learn more about the ways that Therapy and Mental Health Issues of your parishioners and others might well be addressed through the helping professions. It will also allow opportunity for clergy and other church personnel to interact with the mental health disciplines. Please feel free to pass this on to anyone whom you think might be interested. Thank you and God bless you.

Flyer: Download file

Graduate School of Professional Psychology
University of St. Thomas

Posted by lind0449 at 10:20 AM

Volunteer

Commencement volunteers needed!

Volunteer to be a part of the NEW College of Education and Human Development’s Commencement Ceremony on Thursday, May 10. We need 30 volunteers for various tasks including: Set-up, Backstage Assistants, Marshals, Queue Assistants to help organize the graduates, and others to direct and seat the graduates. We ask volunteers to arrive by 5:00 p.m. The ceremony begins at 7:30 p.m. For more information or to volunteer please contact Sarah Covert at 612-626-5659 or scovert@umn.edu.

Posted by lind0449 at 10:17 AM

April 13, 2007

Scholarships

THE SUNNY HANSEN BORN FREE SCHOLARSHIP FUND

The BORN FREE Scholarship Fund was established at the University of Minnesota through the generosity of Dr. Sunny Hansen and her husband, Tor. This fund honors Dr. Hansen’s career as a faculty member in the college and CSPP, and her dedication to the field of career development.

The BORN FREE Scholarship of $1,000 will be awarded to a graduate student who is working in the field of career development through CSPP.

For full details and application: Download file

Posted by lind0449 at 2:41 PM

CSPP Announcements

Announcements for CSPP Students:

All MA students who are NOT graduating this semester and ALL PhD students must complete their Status in Training form, attach an unofficial transcript, and hand in the form to Emily in 206 Burton by 4:30pm TODAY, Friday, April 13.

All MA students who ARE graduating this semester must pick up their portfolio envelope from their student mailbox, compile and complete the portfolio contents and return to Emily in 206 Burton on or before Thursday, May 10.

All MA students who need to take the MA Comp Exam this semester must sign up for the exam ASAP in 206 Burton. The test will take place on Saturday, April 21 in 120 Burton Hall, and students taking the exam should be there at 8:45am and bring #2 pencils.

Finally, all students are encouraged to complete the Anonymous Survey and hand it in to 206 Burton.

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April UCCS Professional Development Presentation Invitation

Dear Colleagues...Attached is your invitation to the April professional development program at UCCS. Our presenters are Joel Hetler (Children's Mental Health) and Richard Coleman (Child Protection) of Ramsey County Human Services. Their program is titled, "Racism, White Privilege in Organizations: Promoting Organizational Change." Presentation is scheduled for Tuesday, April 24, 2:30-4:00, 202 Eddy Hall. Hope to see you there....
Invitation: Download file
Take care, Bob

Robert A. Seybold, Ph.D., LP
Senior Psychologist
University Counseling & Consulting Services
University of Minnesota
130 Coffey Hall
1420 Eckles Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55108
seybo002@umn.edu
612-625-8214 (direct)

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CSPP Students:

Have you lent a refrigerator or microwave to the CSPP Carla S. Hill student resource room in Burton Hall? Do you want it back? In the fall the program will be moving to a new building (without a CSPP-exclusive resource room) and so if you would like to have your appliance back, please take it home by the end of this semester. All appliances left in the resource room after May 30, 2007 will be considered the property of CSPP and may or may not make the move to the new building in October. Questions? Ask Emily.

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Diversity Dialogues
What We Know About Teaching African American Students

Speaker: Lesa Clarkson, Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Date: Tuesday, April 17, 2006
Time: 12:00 noon - 1:15 pm
Location: 40 Peik Hall

Diversity Dialogues are monthly gatherings sponsored by the Department of Curriculum and Instruction. They feature presentations by faculty, staff, students or community members. These presentations are intended to provide the stepping points for thoughtful exchange and dialogue between all in attendance. Students, faculty, and staff interested in exploring and addressing issues of critical multiculturalism, difference, and inequality are encouraged to attend. Please bring your bag lunch. No reservations are necessary.

Posted by lind0449 at 9:32 AM

Employment Opportunities

CAREER FAIR!!
Thursday May 3rd
10am-4pm

Immediate Openings for Psychology and Social Work Positions!

v Entry level & On-call opportunities!
v Conducting interviews on the spot!
v Requirements: Experience working with adults with Mental Illness and/or Bachelors degree in social services or related field.
v Must have a car & MN Drivers license
v Please bring your resume!!!

South Metro Human Services
400 Sibley Street
Suite 500
St. Paul, MN 55101

Questions?? HR@South-Metro.org

Patti Neiman
Associate Director
Exploratory, Transfer, and Career Services (ETC Services)
College of Education and Human Development

www.education.umn.edu/etcs

Contact Information:
p-neim@umn.edu
612-625-6826 (direct)
612-625-3339 (appointment line)

Posted by lind0449 at 9:06 AM

Conference Participation

2nd Annual International Conference on "ENGAGING THE OTHER:" The Power of Compassion

An international, multi-cultural, multi-disciplinary conference examining concepts of "The OTHER" from a universal, cross-cultural perspective to promote wider public dialogue about concepts of "Us and Them"

October 25-28, 2007 Dearborn, Michigan USA
Sponsored by Common Bond Institute
Co-sponsored by HARMONY Institute, the International Humanistic Psychology Association, and The National Resource Center for The healing of Racism

Supported by a growing international list of over 85 organizations and universities
www.cbiworld.org for full details

~ Registration is Open To The Public ~

We Invite You To:
Join an extraordinary international pool of over 45 leading presenters to address the roots of negative stereotypes and prejudice, and how to move past artificial barriers of misunderstanding and distrust to cultivate our capacity for appreciation of diversity, reconciliation, and peace.

PURPOSE OF THE CONFERENCE IS TO:

> Raise the level, depth, and breadth of public dialogue and awareness on core issues. Explore dimensions and dynamics of "The OTHER" on both individual and group levels, and consider how enemy identity is formed, perpetuated, and manipulated, including fear-based belief systems, negative stereotypes, projection, prejudice, and scapegoating. Concepts are explored through psychological (intra-personal and inter-personal), sociological, cultural, anthropological, historical, philosophical, spiritual, and ecological perspectives.

> Identify and compile fundamental questions, dilemmas, and implications for further deep inquiry and examination, and to recognize and challenge embedded negative belief systems that promote dehumanizing, adversarial perceptions of the "The Other."

> Tap our shared wisdom and compassion as a community - from the local to the global - in developing practical applications. Participants are encouraged to develop and share practical recommendations and strategies for applying results to the current state of local and world relationships to promote increased understanding, sensitivity, and compassion as a means of countering and neutralizing hostility, particularly inter-group hostility.

FORMAT AND CONTENT:

A 3 1/2 DAY CONFERENCE PROGRAM OF:
- Keynote Speakers, - Plenary Topical Panels with leading visionaries, - Concurrent Break-out sessions of workshops, lectures, and roundtables to engage concepts and explore practical applications, - Daily Facilitated Dialogue Groups, - E-conference links to universities and institutes in the US and various countries to expand an inclusive global dialogue, - Media Exhibits and Events, - Evening Performances, Cultural programs, and Community activities, - Rich Networking opportunities, - Intentional Community.

IN ADDITION: - Pre-Conference All-day Institutes on Thursday, October 25 (9am-4:30pm).

LOGISTICS:
Dates: October 25-28, 2007 (Thurs. evening to Sun. afternoon)
Location: Dearborn, Michigan, USA - Dearborn Inn Marriott Hotel
CEC: Continuing Education Credits available
Program: To be posted

PARTICIPATION: Professionals and the general public.
The 2nd in an ongoing series of annual international conferences

FOR FULL DETAILS on Program, Registration, Fees, Hotel, and Exhibits CONTACT:
Common Bond Institute
Steve Olweean, Director, Conference Coordinator
12170 S. Pine Ayr Drive, Climax, MI 49034 USA
Ph/Fax: 269-665-9393 Email: SOlweean@aol.com
Full Details at Website: www.cbiworld.org

Posted by lind0449 at 8:58 AM

April 9, 2007

CSPP Announcements

Attention all CSPP Students:

It is time for all CSPP students to complete a Status in Training form! Please read all program announcements below to find the details about the SIT form requirements for your degree/cohort. For all PhD students and 1st year MA students these forms are due this FRIDAY, APRIL 13. For graduating MA students, the SIT forms along with all portfolio materials are due on THURSDAY, MAY10.

Please contact your advisor or Emily in the CSPP office if you have questions about any of these items.

Please also read through all the announcements below as there are many that may be of interest to you!

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Attention ALL CSPP PhD Students:

It is time for the annual Status in Training review and CSPP student Anonymous Survey. If you are beyond your first year in the program, this routine will be familiar to you, but all students should read the instructions below to ensure a complete understanding of the process details and deadline.

STATUS IN TRAINING FORM (also known as the “SIT form?)

WHO: ALL current doctoral students, including those who have graduated since September 2006, MUST complete a Status in Training form for the 2006-2007 academic year.

WHAT/WHY: The Status in Training form tracks information that CSPP is required to report to APA as a part of our accreditation process. CSPP relies on you to self-report this detailed information so that we can have the most complete picture of your practicum/internship sites, research, presentations, etc. Please complete this form thoroughly so that CSPP can accurately track and represent students’ academic experiences and professional accomplishments. Please remember that you also must attach an Unofficial Transcript to the SIT form.

WHERE/WHEN: The SIT form is attached to this email and must be completed and returned to the CSPP office in 206 Burton Hall by Friday, April 13, 2007. Completing the SIT form and returning it to CSPP is a REQUIREMENT for ALL CSPP doctoral students. Please submit your completed form by the deadline.

PHD ANONYMOUS SURVEY

WHO: CSPP requests that ALL current doctoral students complete this survey.

WHAT/WHY: CSPP provides this survey so that all students can have an anonymous format to evaluate and provide feedback to the CSPP program.

WHERE/WHEN: The PhD Anonymous Survey is attached to this message. Please print the completed form and return it to the CSPP office in 206 Burton Hall, also by Friday, April 13, 2007. This form is optional, but CSPP strongly encourages you to complete the survey as it is a great opportunity for you to provide an honest assessment of the program.

Thanks for giving your attention to the SIT form and the Anonymous Survey—each document is a valuable tool for understanding student experiences in CSPP. Please contact your advisor or myself if you have any questions about either of the attached documents or the information requested.

PhD SIT Form: Download file
PhD Anonymous Survey: Download file

Sincerely,

Emily Lindell
Principal Office and Administrative Specialist
Counseling and Student Personnel Psychology
Department of Educational Psychology
University of Minnesota
206 Burton Hall
178 Pillsbury Drive SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
612-624-6827
lind0449@umn.edu


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Dear CSPP First Year MA Students:

It is time for the annual Status in Training review and CSPP student Anonymous Survey! Please read the instructions below to ensure a complete understanding of the process details and deadline.

STATUS IN TRAINING FORM (also known as the “SIT form?)

WHO: ALL current MA students MUST complete a Status in Training form for the 2006-2007 academic year.

WHAT/WHY: The Status in Training form tracks your progress in the CSPP program. CSPP relies on you to self-report this detailed information so that we can have the most complete picture of your practicum site, research, assistantships, etc. Please complete this form thoroughly so that CSPP can accurately track your academic experiences and professional accomplishments. Please remember that you also must attach an Unofficial Transcript to the SIT form.

WHERE/WHEN: The SIT form is attached to this email and must be completed and returned to the CSPP office in 206 Burton Hall by Friday, April 13, 2007. Completing the SIT form and returning it to CSPP is a REQUIREMENT for ALL CSPP MA students. Please submit your completed form by the deadline.

MA ANONYMOUS SURVEY

WHO: CSPP requests that ALL MA students complete this survey.

WHAT/WHY: CSPP provides this survey so that all students can have an anonymous format to evaluate and provide feedback to the CSPP program.

WHERE/WHEN: The MA Anonymous Survey is attached to this message. Please print the completed form and return it to the CSPP office in 206 Burton Hall, also by Friday, April 13, 2007. This form is optional, but CSPP strongly encourages you to complete the survey as it is a great opportunity for you to provide an honest assessment of the program.

Thanks for giving your attention to the SIT form and the Anonymous Survey—each document is a valuable tool for understanding student experiences in CSPP. Please contact your advisor or myself if you have any questions about either of the attached documents or the information requested.

1st Year MA SIT Form: Download file
MA Anonymous Survey: Download file

Sincerely,

Emily Lindell
Principal Office and Administrative Specialist
Counseling and Student Personnel Psychology
Department of Educational Psychology
University of Minnesota
206 Burton Hall
178 Pillsbury Drive SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
612-624-6827
lind0449@umn.edu

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Dear CSPP Graduating MA Students
:

It is time to collect the materials for your MA Portfolio! You must complete your MA Portfolio for the CSPP faculty to review and approve before you can complete your program or receive your MA degree.

The items you must include in your portfolio are detailed on the attached document entitled “Graduating MA Students Memo 07.? Briefly, these contents include your Final Examination Report Form, a copy of your approved Degree Program Form, a current unofficial transcript, your CSPP Degree Program Verification form, and your completed Status in Training Form. As you can see, the Graduating MA Students Memo 07, Status in Training form (or “SIT form?), CSPP Degree Program Form Verification form, and the MA Anonymous Survey are attached to this email. Please read the instructions on all the MA Portfolio documents to ensure a complete understanding of the process details and deadlines. All portfolio materials are due in the CSPP office in 206 Burton Hall no later than May 10, 2007.

I will be placing a copy of your approved Degree Program Form in your student mailbox by then end of this week. Please look for it as you will need it (and the envelope I deliver it in) to complete your portfolio. You are responsible for printing out your current unofficial transcript and acquiring the necessary forms from the Plan B Graduation Packet. Detailed information about each of these requirements is included in the attached documents.

In addition to your MA Portfolio, you also must sign and submit your Graduate Application for Degree form. This form is a part of the Graduation Packet from the Grad School. You must submit this signed form to One Stop (200 Fraser Hall) on or before the first working day of the intended month of degree completion (which is May 1 for students graduating this semester).

Thank you for taking the time to compile the required items for your portfolio, each document is a valuable tool for understanding student experiences in CSPP and each document is necessary to your MA committee’s review process. Please contact your advisor or myself if you have any questions about the attached documents or the information requested.

While it is not required, we hope you will also choose to submit the MA Anonymous Survey because it is a great opportunity for you to provide an honest assessment of the program. You may hand in your completed survey at my desk in 206 Burton Hall.

Graduating MA Students Memo 07: Download file
Degree Program Form Verification Form: Download file
Graduating MA Student SIT Form: Download file
MA Anonymous Survey: Download file

Thank you.

Sincerely,
Emily Lindell
Principal Office and Administrative Specialist
Counseling and Student Personnel Psychology
Department of Educational Psychology
University of Minnesota
206 Burton Hall
178 Pillsbury Drive SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
612-624-6827
lind0449@umn.edu

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CSPP Event Tomorrow!
Tuesday, April 10th from 11:30am-12:30pm, Fran Zimmerman, from Minnesota Women in Psychology, will be speaking on the topic of self-care. The event will be held in Nolte 140. Mark your calendars and bring a lunch to enjoy.

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CONGRATULATIONS JULIA CONKEL!

We are pleased to announce that Julia Conkel, second year Ph.D. student in CSPP, has won the all-university President’s Student Leadership and Service Award. This prestigious award is the only university wide award for students. Julia was 1 of 12 of the 18,000 graduate and professional students across the University-Twin Cities campus to receive this award. The award is presented for exceptional leadership and service to the University of Minnesota and surrounding community. Recipients of this award are recognized for their empowerment of others on a unified path for the common good, their motivation to create positive social change in the community and the world, and their dedication and assistance to benefiting other individuals, groups, or communities.

The President's Student Leadership & Service Awards are facilitated in coordination with the Office of the President, Office for Student Affairs, University of Minnesota Alumni Association, Twin Cities Student Unions, and the Student Activities Office.

Please join us in congratulating Julia!

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CSPP faculty member, Michael Goh will be speaking at the Diversity Dialogue next week!
Topic: Mind Your Language: Promoting Language Access to Mental Health for Immigrant Population

Diversity Dialogues are monthly gatherings sponsored by the Department of Curriculum and Instruction. They feature presentations by faculty, staff, students or community members. These presentations are intended to provide the stepping points for thoughtful exchange and dialogue between all in attendance. Students, faculty, and staff interested in exploring and addressing issues of critical multiculturalism, difference, and inequality are encouraged to attend. Please bring your bag lunch. No reservations are necessary.
Location: 40 Peik Hall
Date: Tue 4/17/2007
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:15 p.m.
For more info, contact: Bic Ngo, Phone: 612.625.7520, Email: bcngo@umn.edu

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Supervision Workshop

To CSPP Faculty and Doctoral Students:

Professor Nick Ladany, a leading researcher in supervision, is doing a supervision workshop in Minneapolis on April 13th. Costs are reasonable.

For more information, visit www.aacop.net/workshop.htm

Tom Skovholt

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The recognition of a need for cross-program communication and collaboration within Educational Psychology has prompted the development of the Graduate Student Advisory Committee (GSAC).

The role of this committee is to provide a vehicle of communication between graduate students in Educational Psychology and department administrators, specifically, the Director of Graduate Studies and the Chair of the Department. In addition we hope this new committee will promote cohesion between the programs in our department, especially among graduate students.

This committee will operate in an advisory position, so we feel it is important that graduate students within Educational. Psychology are aware of who their representatives on this committee are. Below is a list of current GSAC representatives by program.

Counseling and Student Personnel Psychology: Chris Bedford (bedf0002) & Deanne Truax (truax027)
School Psychology: Monica Jacob (jacob858) & Isadora Szadokierski (szado001)
Special Education: Brian Cichy (cichy004)
Psychological Foundations: Danielle Dupuis (dupui004), Ben Siepel (seip0019), & Yasmine Konheim-Kalkstein (konh0001)
Quantitative Methods in Education: Catherine Wanjugi (wanju001) & Lija Greenseid (gree0573)
Educational Psychology COGS Representative:Caroline Hilk (hilkx006)

The next GSAC meeting will be in April, so be sure to contact your representatives with any thoughts, ideas or concerns as well as ideas for future social events!

Thank you,
Danielle Dupuis & Monica Jacob
Co-Chairs of GSAC

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US News and World Report Rankings

CSPP is now tied for second in the new US News and World Report rankings! Maryland's program is number 1 followed by the University of Florida and the U of M in second place. Congratulations to all whose work brought the program to this level!

Posted by lind0449 at 2:08 PM

Miscellaneous

New listserv for Div 17 Early Career Psychologists

The Division 17 Early Professionals Committee is pleased to announce the creation of a new listserv for early career counseling psychologists: the Div17ECP listserv! This listserv will help early career members of Division 17 to communicate and network with one another.

To subscribe to the new listserv, simply send an email with the phrase “Subscribe DIV17ECP? to LISTSERV@LISTS.APA.ORG.

The Early Professionals Committee looks forward to your participation.

--Nathan Smith, Chair, Society of Counseling Psychology Early Professionals Committee

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Early Career Activities at Convention

Please see the attached flyer from the APA Committee on Early Career Psychologists.
Download file
--Nathan

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Nathan Grant Smith, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology and Philosophy
Texas Woman's University
P.O. Box 425470
Denton, TX 76204-5470
Phone: (940) 898-2309
Fax: (940) 898-2301
E-mail: nsmith1@mail.twu.edu

Spring 2007 Office Hours: Mondays 10:00 am-12:00 pm, Tuesdays 1:00 pm-3:00 pm, Wednesdays 2:00 pm-4:00 pm. Fridays by appointment

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Division 17 information can be found at
http://www.div17.org/

Information on LISTSERVs may be found at http://www.div17.org/listserv/lists.htm

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Remember Bike Safety this Spring!

Helmets and Headlights

Ride safe by purchasing a helmet and headlight set together for the low cost of $20 (items also sold separately) at the Pharmacy in Boynton Health Service. The "Helmets and Headlights" program is intended to increase the safety of bike riders on university campuses. Each year, bicycle accidents result in 600 deaths nationally that are
directly linked to head trauma. Use your head and wear a helmet. On a related note, nearly 50 percent of bicycle fatalities occur after dark. Ride safe and be bright.

Posted by lind0449 at 2:01 PM

Employment Opportunities

Center for Early Education and Development (CEED), College of Education and Human Development, University of Minnesota

CEED is continuing its search for a Research Fellow/Research Associate to coordinate our evaluation work for the Minnesota Early Learning Foundation. We have revised the essential qualifications a bit, and now will accept applications from individuals who will soon complete a doctorate. We are particularly interested in folks with a strong background in evaluation and/or research and a clear understanding of contemporary issues in early childhood care and education. This is a professional position; while funded by soft money, we hope the individual in this position will contribute to CEED's ongoing work in applied research, outreach, and training. We know there are many strong candidates for this position and we hope you will help find those candidates and encourage them to apply.

The job position description is available on the CEED job opps page at http://education.umn.edu/ceed/events/MELFFellowjobdescription.pdf or can be found on the University's employment website at http://www.employment.umn.edu.

To be considered for this position, you must apply online on the University's employment web page (address above). In addition to the online application, candidates must provide a letter of interest, an up-to-date curriculum vitae, and an academic transcript or other proof of academic degree(s) conferred.

These materials may be attached to the on-line application or sent to:

Rebecca Johnston
Center for Early Education & Development
University of Minnesota
207 Pattee Hall
150 Pillsbury Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN, 55455

Questions?

Contact Becky Johnston at 612-624-5780 or johns043@umn.edu.

Posted by lind0449 at 1:59 PM

Research Participation

Dear Counseling/Clinical Psychology Graduate Students:

We are seeking individuals who are currently enrolled in a counseling/clinical psychology graduate program to complete an anonymous web-based survey that will ask you about your positions on the training you have received from your graduate program.

The entire study should take approximately 20 minutes. Participants who complete the anonymous survey will have the opportunity to be entered into a lottery in which one individual will win a $50 gift certificate and 15 individuals will win a $25 gift certificate. The winners can choose among the gift certificates to either Barnes & Noble, Wal-Mart, or Best Buy.

The answers you provide will be kept completely anonymous and confidential.
You will not be asked to provide your name on the inventory. If you choose to enter the lottery, you will only be requested to provide an email address for the sole purpose of contacting you if you are one of the randomly chosen winners. Your email address will NOT be linked to your responses on the questionnaire

For more information about the study and to participate, please go to http://survey.chuan.us

Thank you in advance for your participation! Please feel free to forward this email to anyone who would be interested in participating in our study.

If you have questions about this survey or the procedures in this project, please contact the Primary Researchers: Anna Matyja and Frances Shen at 618-453-3520, Department of Psychology, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, 62901-6502, or Yu-Wei Wang, Ph.D., at 618-453-3539 (email: ywang@siu.edu), Assistant Professor 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.


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Greetings!

Dear student,

You are invited to participate in a study exploring multicultural issues within the supervisory relationship. To be eligible, you must currently be providing therapy in a practicum or internship and receiving individual supervision. THIS IS A BRIEF, ON-LINE SURVEY THAT SHOULD TAKE APPROXIMATELY 20-25 MINUTES TO COMPLETE. Those who decide to participate will be asked to invite their individual supervisors to participate as well.

AS THIS STUDY IS INTERESTED IN ELEMENTS OF THE SUPERVISORY RELATIONSHIP, YOUR RESPONSES WILL BE CONNECTED TO YOUR SUPERVISOR'S RESPONSES VIA AN 8-CHARACTER CODE WHICH YOU WILL BE ASKED TO CREATE.

Those who complete the survey will be compensated with choice of one $5 gift card to Best Buy, Wal-mart, or Target. If your supervisor has already completed this study with a different supervisee, your data may not be used.
However, you will still receive full compensation for your time. This study has been approved by my institution's research review board.

If you are interested in participating, PLEASE FORWARD THIS EMAIL TO YOUR CLINICAL SUPERVISOR WITH YOUR NAME AND 8-CHARACTER CODE IN THE SUBJECT LINE. To create your unique 8-character code, you will need to create a unique 8-character combination of numbers, AND upper- AND lower-case letters (ex: 1234AaBb). Then copy and paste the link provided below into a new web window: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=44992978955

Please contact me or my dissertation chair if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you for your time and consideration.

Respectfully,

Supavan Khamphakdy-Brown, M.A.
Doctoral Candidate, Division of Counseling and Educational Psychology University of Missouri-Kansas City Kansas City, MO 64110 sskm94@umkc.edu
816-808-0043

Dissertation Chair:
Johanna Nilsson, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Division of Counseling and Educational Psychology University of Missouri-Kansas City Kansas City, MO 64110 nilssonj@umkc.edu
816-235-2484

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Greetings!

Dear clinical supervisor,

You are invited to participate in a study exploring multicultural issues within the supervisory relationship. This study has been forwarded to you because you are currently providing individual supervision for student(s) providing therapy. This is a brief on-line survey which should take approximately 20-25 minutes to complete.

This study is interested in elements of the supervisory relationship; therefore, your responses will be connected to your supervisee's responses via an 8-character code which your supervisee has created and typed into the subject line of the forwarded email. For those supervising multiple supervisees, PLEASE COMPLETE SURVEYS IN REFERENCE TO THE STUDENT WHO FORWARDED THE EMAIL INVITATION TO YOU. If you have already completed this study with a different supervisee, please do not complete it again.

Those who complete the survey will be compensated with choice of one $5 gift card to Best Buy, Wal-mart, or Target. This study has been approved by my institution's research review board. If you are interested in participating, please copy and paste the link provided below into a new web window.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=729742775977

Please contact me or my dissertation chair if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you for your time and consideration.

Respectfully,

Supavan Khamphakdy-Brown, M.A.
Doctoral Candidate, Division of Counseling and Educational Psychology
University of Missouri-Kansas City
Kansas City, MO 64110
sskm94@umkc.edu
816-808-0043

Dissertation Chair:
Johanna Nilsson, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Division of Counseling and Educational Psychology
University of Missouri-Kansas City
Kansas City, MO 64110
nilssonj@umkc.edu
816-235-2484

Posted by lind0449 at 11:10 AM

April 2, 2007

Employment Opportunities

Job openings at Fairview, more info at www.fairview.org or https://tms.fairview.org/iaseexternal/ASEPage_JobList.asp
Application deadline April 9, 2007


Outpatient Clinic Therapist - University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview (Riverside campus) - FCC-Central Cluster - Behavioral Services - Rotating day/evening - 40 - 07-17340

Job Description:
MILACA Clinic position-Provide individual, family and group therapy for children, adolescents and adults. Comply with Managed Care requirements for treatment authorizations. Schedule includes Monday through Friday - scheduled three days per week with daytime hours and minimum of one evening per week.

Job Qualifications:
Masters Degree in Psychology or Social Work - licensed as L.P., L.I.C.S.W., or L.M.F.T. in the state of Minnesota. At least two years experience in outpatient setting working with managed care utilizing a structured brief therapy approach preferred. Child/adolescent and adult experience preferred.
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Outpatient Clinic Therapist - University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview (Riverside campus) - FCC-Central Cluster - Behavioral Services - Rotating day/evening - 40 - 07-17496

Job Description:
ELK RIVER and ROGERS Clinics' positions-Provide individual, family and group therapy for children, adolescents and adults. Comply with Managed Care requirements for treatment authorizations. Schedule includes Monday through Friday - scheduled three days per week with daytime hours and minimum of one evening per week.

Job Qualifications:
Masters Degree in Psychology or Social Work - licensed as L.P., L.I.C.S.W., or L.M.F.T. in the state of Minnesota. At least two years experience in outpatient setting working with managed care utilizing a structured brief therapy approach preferred. Child/adolescent and adult experience preferred.
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Outpatient Clinic Therapist - University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview (Riverside campus) - FCC-Central Cluster - Behavioral Services - Rotating day/evening - 40 - 07-17341

Job Description:
BURNSVILLE Clinic position-Provide individual, family and group therapy for children, adolescents and adults. Comply with Managed Care requirements for treatment authorizations. Schedule includes Monday through Friday - scheduled three days per week with daytime hours and minimum of one evening per week.

Job Qualifications:
Masters Degree in Psychology or Social Work - licensed as L.P., L.I.C.S.W., or L.M.F.T. in the state of Minnesota. At least two years experience in outpatient setting working with managed care utilizing a structured brief therapy approach preferred. Child/adolescent and adult experience preferred.

Posted by lind0449 at 10:26 AM