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Counseling and Development students share their work at South Carolina Counseling Association meeting

Twenty eight Counseling and Development students completed proposals for the South Carolina Counseling Association annual meeting in conjunction with their coursework in CSDV 600. Following a peer review process, the following Winthrop University students will be sharing their work at this conference. Congratulations to these students.

Ashley Bagwell and Brian Comer: “Making Connections Between Non-pharmacological Alternative Therapies and Children with Bipolar Disorder”

Renva Barthell: “Military Veterans’ and Families’ Knowledge and Opinions About Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Veteran Administration Resources”

Lucy Bedenbaugh, Amanda Budd and Alexis Breen: “Identical Twins and Academic Success”

Laura Borell: “Making the Connection Between the Helping Women Recover Program and the Drop in Female Offender Recidivism Rates”

Jay Alexander Caskey: “Childhood/Adolescent Abuse and Abandonment in South Carolina”

Demetrius Cofield: “The Benefits of Mentoring in the Lives of Adolescent Males”

Karena Curry: “Relationships Among Teenage Girls: Are They as Complicated as They Seem?”

Hannah Davis: “Time Limitations of College Counselors”

Evan Feemster: “Is the Reform of ‘No Child Left Behind’ but a Mere Dream?”

Colleen Gillis: “J.A.G.-Justice, Advocacy, Guidance”

Charlene Horgan: “Teen Stress: What Can We Do to Help Students Achieve Balance in Their Lives?”

Lindsay Lowery: “Exploring How Parental Neglect Effects the Development of Adolescents”

Lacinda Mapp: “A Blend of Two Worlds: Growing Up Bi-Racial or of a Mixed Culture/Heritage/Spiritual Descent”

Britni McCaughey: “Adolescents Living in Poverty”

Marilyn McCready: “South Carolina Counselors Connecting with the Needs of Families of Veterans with PTSD”

April Olaskiewicz and Spencer Harke: “Counter-transference in the Therapeutic Process”

Monique Overstreet: “Recognizing Personality Disorders in Adolescence”

Ryan Parks: “Combat PTSD: Transitioning Our Troops Back Home”

Vernette Porter: “The Effects of Childhood Traumatic Grief on Child and Adolescent Development”

Jasmine Scott: “More Than a Jewel: An Adolescent Program for Adolescent Females with Self- Esteem Issues”

Gabriel Smith: “How Campus Involvement Can Reduce Anxiety in First Year College Students”

Tiffany Smith: “The Effects of Adrenalin Therapy on Sexually Abused Children”

Rachel Stevenson: “Which Path Are Young Black Men Taking: Prison or Education?”

Lauren Trollinger: “Enhancing Communication Skills Between Military Personnel and Their Families”

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