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Dr. Kristee Treadwell will serve as liaison for the Association for the Coordination of Counseling Center Clinical Services (ACCCCS) at the 2013 American College Personnel Association (ACPA). Dr. Treadwell will present an Annual Report on behalf of ACCCCS.
Dr. Joeleen Cooper and colleagues, Eri Bentley (Utah State University) and Leann Terry Diederich (Penn State University), presented at the 2013 American Group Psychotherapy Association. Their presentation was titled, “Trainee Development through Co-Leadership.
Dr. Doug Hankes and colleagues, Dr. Bradley Hack (University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill) and Dr. Patrick Baillie, JD, (Calgary, Canada), presented at the 2013 Big Sky Sport Psychology Retreat: Student Athlete Psychological Issues. Their 4-hour workshop was titled, “The Ethical Issues Involved with the Care of the Collegiate and Elite Athletes.”
Dr. Doug Hankes was an invitee to the 2013 NCAA Life Skills and Sport Psychology meeting in Charlotte, NC. The meeting allowed licensed psychologists that work primarily with student-athletes as clients to interact with NCAA staff, NCAA Life Skills staff members, and NFL Directors of Player Engagement to address mental health/psychological health issues.
Dr. Brandy Smith co-presented with Dr. Shakeer Abdullah (Director of the Auburn University Multicultural Center) at the 2012 ALAHEDO (Alabama Association of Higher Education Diversity Officers) Conference in November. Their presentation and round table discussion was entitled “Experiences and Directions from Co-Facilitating Safe Zone Training on Working with LBGTQ students.”
At the recent 2012 American Psychological Convention in Orlando, FL, Dr. Doug Hankes joined colleagues Mark Aoyagi, Ph.D., University of Denver, Jennifer Carter, Ph.D., Center for Balanced Living, Columbus, OH, and Rick McGuire, Ph.D., University of Missouri to provide a Student Speed Mentoring Session. The session was promoted as an opportunity to “Meet with four distinguished professionals in a personal setting to discuss sport and exercise psychology and ask questions about education, professional development, and more.”
Dr. Doug Hankes, Director of Student Counseling Services recently had a chapter published in Shane Murphy's (Ed.) (2012) The Oxford Handbook of Sport and Performance Psychology titled: "Sport and Performance Psychology: Ethical Issues." The Oxford Handbook of Sport and Performance Psychology includes the latest research and applied perspectives from leaders in the field of sport and performance psychology. Current and comprehensive, this foundational volume presents sport and performance psychology from myriad perspectives.
Dr. Doug Hankes was recently interviewed for an article in the Mind+Body section of Runner's World. The article, "No Doubts," focused on how runners can overcome intimidation caused by first races, hard courses, fast runners, and other fears.
Senior Staff Clinician Ann Marie DelSignore and colleagues recently co-authored "Critical Incidents and Assistance-Seeking Behaviors of White Mental Health Practitioners: A Transtheoretical Framework for Understanding Multicultural Counseling Competency." The article was published in Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, Vol 16(3), Jul, 2010. pp. 352-361.
Dr. Doug Hankes, Director of Student Counseling Services, has been elected to the Executive Committee of APA's (American Psychological Association) Division 47 (Exercise and Sport Psychology). Division 47 seeks to further the clinical, educational, and scientific foundations of exercise and sport psychology. He will serve a 3-year term as Secretary-Treasurer.
Dr. Doug Hankes recently coauthored with Dr. Trent Petrie the 3rd Edition of "A Student-Athlete's Guide to College Success: Peak Performance in Class and Life." Published by Wadsworth, the 2010 release focuses on the unique challenges that student-athletes face in college and assists them in achieving success in the classroom, field, and life.
Dr. Doug Hankes had chapters in two books published: "Adolescent Performers and the Family System" in Kate Hay's (Ed.) (2009) Performance Psychology in Action: A Casebook for Working With Athletes and Performing Artists, Business Leaders, and Professionals in High-Risk Occupations and "Consultation in Intercollegiate Athletics" in Ed Etzel's (Ed.) (2009) Counseling and Psychological Services for College Student-Athletes
Dr. Doug Hankes made a presentation at the 117th Annual 2009 Convention of the American Psychological Association in Toronto, Ontario. Dr. Hankes' presentation titled "Consultant and System: A Riddle Wrapped in a Mystery….." was part of a workshop chaired by Kate Hays, "Performance Psychology in Action: Working with Athletes, Performing Artists, and Business Leaders."
Last Updated: March 6, 2013