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Presentations at the North Atlantic Regional Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Fall Conference

Posted on 9/26/2008 3:04:11 PM

The following presentations were made at the North Atlantic Regional Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Fall Conference in Portland, Me.:

  • Michelle Bruno and Holly Branthoover presented “Filling in the Gap: An Exploratory Study of how CACREP Programs Implement Practicum.”
  • “Promoting Counselor Wellness: Teaching Wellness Concepts to Counselor Trainees” was copresented by Kirsten Murray.
  • “‘Use Your Feeling Words:’ A Look at How Counselor Training Informs Your Parenting” was presented by Kristin Murray and Kim Desmond.
  • “Reading Between the Lines: Methods to Address Student Plagiarism” was presented by Kristin Murray, Michelle Bruno, and Claire Dandeneau.
  • “The Nonlinear Supervision Process Model In Action” was presented by Lorraine Guth and Claire Dandeneau.
  • “Help-Seeking Tendencies Among Counselor Trainees Attending a Branch Campus” was presented by Michelle Bruno.
  • “Under the Tuscan Sun: Potential for a Renaissance” was copresented by Lorraine Guth, Judi Durham, and Garrett McAuliffe.
  • “A Focus on Connectivity and Meaning for Students: The Path to Service Learning” was presented by Kim Desmond.