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KTSAP ImageKentucky Tennessee Society of Adlerian Psychology presents 

Treating Victims of Violence: An Adlerian Approach to Trauma

 

September 30, 2017  |  8:30 AM - 3:00 PM

Downing Student Union, Cupola Room


The Department of Counseling and Student Affairs at WKU are pleased to have Dr. John Newbauer, Executive Director of the North American Society of Adlerian Psychology at this year’s workshop speaker. John will share his breadth of knowledge working with victims and perpetrators of violence. John’s experiences studying and addressing violence as a school teacher, school counselor, psychologist and faculty member over the last 40 years make his presentation all the more relative to mental health provides, school staff, as well as student affairs professionals. He has served as a consulting psychologist to the Indiana Department of Corrections, the Fort Wayne Vet Center, the Fort Wayne Women's Bureau, and the Family Care Network in Oak Lawn, Illinois. He also has helped develop and supervise a treatment program for adolescents who had sexually offended and a program for adults who had sexually offended.

This presentation will focus on treating victims of violence and will begin by examining some of the distorted beliefs and cognitive distortions of the perpetrators of violence and see how this then fits into treatment of their victims. Methods of intervention for victims of violence will be discussed and explored including relaxation skills, emotional expression, cognitive skills, attributional styles, and gradual and prolonged exposure techniques. 

 1.Participants will identify the relationship between perpetrators' cognitive distortions and the impact on the victim

2.Participants will identify modes of intervention in working with victims of violence.



Speaker Information

John NewbauerDr. John Newbauer

We are pleased to have Dr. John Newbauer, Executive Director of the North American Society of Adlerian Psychology share his rich experiences working with victims and perpetrators of violence. John’s experiences studying and addressing violence as a school teacher, school counselor, psychologist and faculty member over the last 40 years make his presentation all the more relative to mental health provides, school staff, as well as student affairs professionals. He has served as a consulting psychologist to the Indiana Department of Corrections, the Fort Wayne Vet Center, the Fort Wayne Women's Bureau, and the Family Care Network in Oak Lawn, Illinois. He also has helped develop and supervise a treatment program for adolescents who had sexually offended and a program for adults who had sexually offended.

 

Schedule

8:30 - 9:00 a.m. Registrattion
9 a.m. - Noon Workshop
11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Lunch*
12:30 - 3:00 p.m. Workshop

* Lunch is available at Fresh Foods on campus. It offers American Diner, Café Roma, The Pro-duce Market, Mongolian Grille, and more! Located in the Downing Student Union main floor.

Registration Information

  • Professional Non-Member: $75
  • Professional Member: $50
  • KTSAP Student Member: $15
  • Student Non-Member: $25

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Approved for NBCC Credit Hours: 5 

KBSW 2017017: "Treating Victims of Violence" for 5 credit hours

 

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