Jodi Flick conducted trainings on “Depression and Suicide in Children and Adolescents” on June 4 in Greenville; “Suicide and the Military” on May 30 in Lumberton; and “Advanced Issues in Suicide: Prevention, Intervention and Postvention” in Charlotte on May 16 and Greensboro on May 13.
Matthew Howard was invited to present the Edith Harris Endowed Memorial Lecture at Wayne State University School of Social Work, on Nov. 6. He will address the topic, “Recent Developments in the Behavioral Addictions.” Howard also presented a talk, “Contemporary Addictions Treatments,” on Social Work Day at the Durham VA Medical Center in April.
Anne Jones presented in Calgary, Canada on June 6 at the International Association for Social Work with Groups. She presented her paper entitled, “Where Are All the Men? Engaging and Retaining Low-Resourced Males in Groups.” The UNC School of Social Work and the Social Work Department at N.C. State will be jointly hosting next year’s symposium in Chapel Hill in June 2015.
Paul Lanier is presenting at the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC) 22nd Annual Colloquium, held June 11-14 in New Orleans. He is speaking on, “Measuring Child Well-Being in a Sample of Maltreated Children” and “Child Abuse Prevention 101: Definitions, Current Research, and Practical Strategies.”
Kathleen Rounds and doctoral student Charity Sneed:
Rounds, K., & Sneed, C.C. (2014). Adolescent pregnancy. In A. Gitterman (Ed.), Handbook of social work practice with vulnerable and resilient populations. (3rd ed., pp.205-226). New York, NY: Columbia University Press.
Upcoming AHEC presentations by faculty
July 7, Greensboro AHEC – “Clinical Supervision: A Relational Approach” – Marilyn Ghezzi
July 18, Eastern AHEC – “Substance-Related and Personality Disorder Dx and Tx Considerations” – Worth Bolton
For information on AHEC programs, see: http://www.med.unc.edu/ahec/