Convention is winding down and many people are preparing for the last day of sessions before heading home. After a busy three days of activities, most people are ready to skip out on sessions to sleep in or go to the airport to beat the afternoon madness.
However, the convention still offers lots of exciting and interesting sessions. Plus, it’s a great time to visit the bookstore to make your purchases. As the convention comes to a close, below are some sessions that may be interesting to see if you’re still wondering, “What session should I go to?”
Therapist Self-Care – A Lifespan Perspective: Evidence-based Expressive Writing as a Tool
CC Room 145A (1 hour, 50 minutes)
The session will cover empirical studies of expressive writing, an experiential portion involving expressive writing, and discussion.
How Do Psychologists with Privilege Respond to the Stigmatized Others?
CC 209A (50 minutes)
The session will focus on individual, cultural and contextual barriers and assets, as well as training implications for working with culturally stigmatized others.
Integrating Individual, Family and Systems- Focused Interventions: A Video Illustration
CC 101 (50 minutes)
The session will illustrate the interdependent nature of individual-, family- and systems-based interventions in a program focusing on family-based treatment of adolescent substance abuse and delinquency.
Taking a Stand? Sport Psychology, Media and GLBT Athletes in Sochi
CC 158 (1 hour, 50 minutes)
The session will focus on the experiences of GLBT athletes competing in the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi.
Autism Spectrum Disorder and the Criminal Justice System
CC 209A (50 minutes)
The session will present on overview of ASD by a psychologist and a parent of a child with autism who is also a former judge.
Children’s Resilience in the Context of Military Deployment and Their Aftermath
CC 204C (1 hour, 50 minutes)
The session will discuss how scientific knowledge about resilience can provide the evidence base for programs to support and enhance the resilience of military-connected families.
Influence of Culture and Context on Family: School Partnerships
CC 209A (1 hour, 50 minutes)
The session will explore various influences of culture and context on the development and implementation of family-school partnerships.
Global Violence Toward Women: Interventions and Strategies for Change
CC 152A (1 hour, 50 minutes)
The session will explore global violence toward women through an examination of sexual assault and rape in Africa, domestic violence and international sex trafficking, emphasizing treatment methods and interventions.
Interprofessional Training: Preparing Psychology Students for the Changing Health Care Market
CC 154B (50 minutes)
The session will showcase an interprofessional training program for psychology graduate students and interns to address changes in health care.