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2005 APPIC Conference Program Schedule

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Thursday, March 31, 2005
8:00-8:30 am

Breakfast for Workshop Participants

8:30-4:30 pm

APA Workshop 1 - Accreditation Site Visitor Training
Susan Zlotlow, Ph.D, Director, Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation, American Psychological Association
Ted Packard, Ph.D. ABPP, CoA Chair
Nancy J. Garfield, Ph.D., CoA Member

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12:30-5:00 pm

APA Workshop 2 - Self Study Preparation
Susan Zlotlow, Ph.D., Education Directorate, American Psychological Association
Celiane Rey-Casserly, Ph.D., Vice Chair, CoA

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5:00-6:30 pm

Opening Reception

Friday, April 1, 2005
7:30-8:15 am

Breakfast

8:15-8:45 am

Welcome and Introductions
Greg Keilin, Ph.D., APPIC Chair
Jeanette Hsu, Ph.D., APPIC Conference Chair

8:45-9:45 am

Opening Keynote Address - 1 CE

Reflections on Reflectivity: Implications for Supervisors - SLIDES

Rodney Goodyear, Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Faculty
Professor and Training Director, Counseling Psychology Program
Rossier School of Education
University of Southern California - Los Angeles

10:00-11:30 am Concurrent sessions - 1.5 CE

Session 1: Papers

1. Incorporating Morality, Justice and Social Responsibility in Psychology Training: Needed Now More than Ever
Rick Weinberg, Ph.D., Florida Mental Health Institute, University of South Florida

2. Making the Jump to Electronically Submitted Applications
Mark E. Vogel, Ph.D., Michigan State University/Flint Area Medical Education (MSU/FAME) Consortium for Advanced Psychology Training; Genesys Health Psychology Fellowship Program
Barbara Wolf, Ph.D., MSU/FAME Consortium for Advanced Psychology Training; McLaren Health Psychology Program
Richard Harding, MSU/FAME Christy LaVene, MSU/FAME

3. "Internship in a box": Technology based internship training
Jason Williams, Psy.D., USC/CHLA Psychology Internship Program
Matt DeBeer, CEO, Exym Corporation

4. Character and fitness concerns in supervision training: Teaching Supervisors, Interns, and Fellows to Consider Trainee Character and Fitness
Clark D. Campbell, Ph.D., Department of Psychology, George Fox University
W. Brad Johnson, Ph.D., Dept. of Leadership, Ethics & Law, US Naval Academy

Session 2: Geropsychology Graduate Psychology Education Funded Programs
Chair: Gerald Leventhal, Ph.D., Department of Psychiatry, UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School

1. The Geropsychology Education Program at the University of Illinois Chicago
Susan Labott, Ph.D., ABPP, Psychiatry Department, University of Illinois at Chicago

2. Training in Geropsychology for Underserved Elders at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
Gerald Leventhal, Ph.D., Department of Psychiatry, UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School
Leon A. Hyer, Ph.D., Department of Psychiatry, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

3. The University of Rochester Geropsychology Education Program: Innovative Postdoctoral Training in Community and Primary Care Settings
Deborah A. King, Ph.D., Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry
Kathryn Castle, Ph.D., Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry

Session 3: Panel

Supervision of Interns and Postdoctoral Fellows with Competence Problems - SLIDES
Chair: Nadine J. Kaslow, Ph.D., ABPP, Emory University School of Medicine
Jeff Baker, Ph.D., ABPP, University of Texas Medical Branch
Mona Mitnick, Esq., APPIC Board, Public Member

11:30-1pm

Lunch Provided for Registered Participants

1:00-2:30 pm - 1.5 CE

APA panel
Cynthia Belar, Ph.D., Education Directorate, American Psychological Association
Susan Zlotlow, Ph.D. Education Directorate, American Psychological Association
Ted Packard, Ph.D., ABPP, Chair, Committee on Accreditation

2:45-4:15 pm Setting-related breakouts - 1.5 CE

1. Veterans Affairs Health Care System
Stephen McCutcheon, Ph.D., VA Puget Sound Health Care System
Jeanette Hsu, Ph.D., VA Palo Alto Health Care System

2. University Counseling Centers
Greg Keilin, Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin
Karen M. Taylor, Ph.D., Ohio State University

3. Academic Medical Centers/Medical Schools
Jerry Leventhal, Ph.D. University of Medicine and Dentistry New Jersey
Nadine Kaslow, Ph.D., ABPP, Emory University

4. Other Hospital-Based & Medical Center Programs
Mark E. Vogel, Ph.D., Michigan State University/Flint Area Medical Education (MSU/FAME) Consortium for Advanced Psychology Training; Genesys Health Psychology Fellowship Program
John D. Robinson, Ed.D., MPH, ABPP Howard University College of Medicine

5. State Psychiatric Hospitals, Corrections Facilities
Ellen Resch, Ph.D., Florida State Hospital, Chattahoochee, FL
K. Pat Bell, Ph.D., Federal Bureau of Prisons, Tallahassee, FL

6. CMHCs and Other Community-Based Settings
Jane Zarzecki, Ph.D., Coastal Behavioral Healthcare, Sarasota, FL
Rick Weinberg, Ph.D., Florida Mental Health Institute, University of South Florida

7. Consortia
Joyce Illfelder-Kaye, Ph.D., Penn State University
Andy Hogg, Ph.D., ABPP, Flagstaff Child and Family Counseling Center

8. Postdoctoral Programs
Jeff Baker, Ph.D., University of Texas Medical Branch
Antonette Zeiss, Ph.D., VA Palo Alto Health Care System

9. Child settings & School-based programs
Sharon Berry, Ph.D., Children's Hospitals and Clinics, Minneapolis, MN
Jason D. Williams, Psy.D., Children's Hospital Los Angeles

4:30-5:30pm Social Hour and Poster Session

1. Ensuring Diversity Training in a Consortium
Keith D. Allen, Ph.D., Nebraska Internship Consortium in Professional Psychology
Susan M. Swearer, Ph.D. Nebraska Internship Consortium in Professional Psychology

2. The Unique Role of the Training Director in Cultivating Supervision Competence
Allison Pinto, Ph.D., Saint John's Child and Family Development Center

3. Surviving and Thriving: The Wayne State University Collaborative Psychology Internship Model.
Jesse Bell, Ph.D., Wayne State University & Children's Hospital of Michigan, and the Hawthorn Center
Joy Ensor, Ph.D., Wayne State University & Children's Hospital of Michigan, and the Hawthorn Center
Arthur Robin, Ph.D., Wayne State University & Children's Hospital of Michigan, and the Hawthorn Center
Angela Tzelepis, Ph.D., Wayne State University & Children's Hospital of Michigan, and the Hawthorn Center

4. Training postdoctoral fellows as intermediate level clinical supervisors: an applied model
Sara Sherer, Ph.D., USC/UAP Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowship, Children's Hospital Los Angeles

5. Intern Application Summary Score as a Quality Assurance Measure of Psychology Graduate Education
R. L. Stegman, Ph.D., VHA Medical Center, Dayton

6. In-Session Supervision of Individual Psychotherapy: Implications for Supervision Training
Pauline R. Thome Ph.D., Department of Psychiatry, Medical School, University of Wisconsin-Madison

7. Collaborative Research as a Win-Win Innovation in Training
Jen Kogos Youngstrom, Ph.D., Applewood Centers Inc.
Eric A. Youngstrom, Ph.D. from Case Western Reserve University

8. The impact on intern training and supervision of specialty concentrations versus a generalist emphasis in graduate programs
Genevieve Arnaut , PhD, Psy.D., Pacific University School of Professional Psychology

9. Training and Supervision Models in Rural Multicultural Settings
Tami De Coteau, Ph.D., VA Black Hills Health Care System

10. Supervision and Remediation: Training Interns As Supervisors With A Collaborative Approach to APPIC's Due Process Standards
Jody Neuman-Aamlie, Ph.D., LP, Harold Abel School of Psychology, Capella University
Salina Renninger, Ph.D., LP, University Counseling & Consulting Services, University of Minnesota University
Vesna Hampel, Ph.D., Harold Abel School of Psychology, Capella University

11. Making the Jump to Electronically Submitted Applications: A demonstration
Mark E. Vogel, Ph.D., Michigan State University/Flint Area Medical Education (MSU/FAME) Consortium for Advanced Psychology Training; Genesys Health Psychology Fellowship Program

12. The Impact of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) on Psychology Training Sites: Results of an APPIC and ACCTA OnLine Survey of Member Programs - POSTER

Jeff Baker, Ph.D., ABPP, University of Texas Medical Branch
Joyce Illfelder-Kaye, Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University
Mollie Jaschik-Herman, Ph.D., Towson University
Barry Schreier, Ph.D., Purdue University

Saturday, April 2, 2005
7:30-8:15 am Breakfast

8:15-9:45 am

APPIC Membership Meeting APPIC Chair and Board - SLIDES

10:00-10:45 am - .75 CE
Plenary Speaker

Culturally Competent Supervision: Myths, Fantasies & Realities

Madonna Constantine, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University - SLIDES

11:00-12:30 pm
Concurrent sessions - 1.5 CE

Session 1: Workshop

Developing Interdisciplinary Training Programs for the Underserved and the Graduate Psychology Education (GPE) Initiative.
P. Alex Mabe, Ph.D., MCG-VAMC Psychology Residency Consortium, Department of Psychiatry and Health Behavior, Medical College of Georgia - SLIDES Rick Weinberg, Ph.D., Florida Mental Health Institute, University of South Florida - SLIDES
Paul Robbins, Ph.D. & Tom Powers, Ph.D., The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia - SLIDES
Jeff Baker, Ph.D., ABPP, University of Texas Medical Branch - SLIDES
Nina Levitt, Ph.D., Education Directorate, American Psychological Association

Session 2: Papers

1. Cultural Competencies Revised: Navigating the Training Matrix
Derek McNeil, Psy.D., Sandra Johnston Kruse, Psy.D., Chicago area Christian Training Consortium Regina Brown, Youngeun Kim, Erika Driver, Psychology graduate students

2. Integrative Supervision with Single-Theory Trainees: Helping new therapists perceive forks in the road
Dana R. Falk, Ph.D., University of Puget Sound

3. The Supervisory Relationship and Ruptures and Repairs of the Supervisory Relationship
Edward Shafranske, Ph.D., ABPP, Pepperdine University
Carol Falender, Ph.D. University of California, Los Angeles

Session 3: Panel

An integrated model of supervision training for postdoctoral fellows: Perspectives from both supervisors and those they supervise
Chair: Jennine L. Moritz, Ph.D., Virginia Treatment Center for Children
Other Speakers:
Deborah Webb Blackburn, Ph.D.
Jera Nelson Cunningham, Ph.D.
Jane Kudlas, Ph.D.
William E. Fahey, Ph.D.
Deserie Charles, Ph.D.
Heather Tencer, Ph.D.

12:30-1:30 pm Lunch

1:30-5:00 pm - 3.5 CE

Workshop 1: Workshop for New Training Directors
Joyce Illfelder-Kaye, Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University; APPIC Board Member
Greg Keilin, Counseling and Mental Health Center, U Texas at Austin; APPIC Chair

Workshop 2: Advocacy Training 101
Nina Levitt, Ph.D., Education Directorate, American Psychological Association

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