FREE for members, a new webinar will be offered the 3rd Friday of every month. Attend live or view the recording. CEUs will be given!
A Day in the Life of a Rural Community Psychologist: A Smorgasbord of Clinical Practice Issues
You are invited to join the class of Rural Community Psychology for a symposium on issues that face rural community psychologists. They will present some broader practice issues followed by some concerns with working with a few specific populations. They will open with a few words from our discussant followed by a series of 15 minute presentations.
Chair and Discussant:
S. Jean Caraway, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Psychology, University of South Dakota
Yodit Denu, Public Health, Morality, and Rural Communities: A Proposed Theoretical Lens.
Rachel Bock: Help-Seeking in Rural America: Unique Challenges and How to Overcome Them
Kiva Mosca-Sam. This is America! Why culture matters!
Mahsa Mojallal: Burnout in Mental Health Providers in Rural Areas: Causes and Solutions
Emma Shaughnessy: Challenges for Interpersonal Violence Survivors in Rural Areas and Guidelines for Clinical Practice
Lucas D. Baker: Helping the Helpers: Health and Wellness of Rural Police Officers
Blake Warner: Impacts of COVID-19 on Families of Children with ASD
Non-Members – $30
SDPA Members – FREE
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Student presentations by the students in: Dr. Jean Caraway’s Rural Mental Health class
Dr. Kari Scovel presents on Autism
The Circle of Courage: Raising Resilient Kids
Presented by Larry K. Brendtro, PhD