CAPS National Conference 2011

Several students and faculty members from the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology at Regent University are presenting at the Christian Association for Psychological Studies (CAPS) National Conference this weekend in Indianapolis. The theme of the CAPS National Conference is “Resilience and Renewal.”

  • Donald Walker, Ph.D. will present a paper entitled: “Treating Trauma in Christian Counseling: An Agenda for Research and Training.”
  • William Hathaway, Ph.D. will give a presentation entitled: “Executive Functioning, Self-Regulation, and Spirituality.”
  • Glen Moriarty, Psy.D., along with colleagues from BIOLA university will give a presentation entitled: “Client God Images: Theory, Research, & Clinical Practice.”
  • April Cunion, Psy.D., Jennifer Ripley, Ph.D., & Vickey Maclin, Psy.D. will present a paper entitled: “The Impact of Hope Focused Marital Therapy on Common Couples Violence.”
  • Vickey Maclin, Psy.D., Ryan Adams, Tiffany Erspamer, and Chelsae Roby-Pistello will present a paper entitled: “Perspectives on Mental Health from Elderly Caucasians and African Americans.”
  • Jennifer Ripley, Ph.D., Vickey Maclin, Psy.D. Audrey Atkinson, M.S., Brittany Rainwater, Tiffany Erspamer, Alicia White, Tabitha Sierra, Camden Morgante, Katherine Chisholm, Hilary Pethtel, & Brittany Montes will present a paper entitled: “Religious Accommodative Couples Therapy: Ethics and Clinical Considerations.”
  • Trista Carr, Psy.D., & Mark Yarhouse, Psy.D. will give a presentation entitled: “Sexual-Minority Christians: Data Exposition and Clinical Considerations.”
  • Camden Morgante, Jennifer Ripley, Ph.D., & James Sells, Ph. D. will present a poster entitled: “Grace and Trust in Couples Therapy.”
  • Tabitha Sierra  & Jennifer Ripley, Ph.D. will present a poster entitled: “The Efficacy of Hope Focused Couple Therapy with Military Couples.”
  • Justin Dewberry, M.A., along with a colleague from Palm Beach Atlantic University will give a presentation entitled: “Measuring Therapeutic Change and Spiritual Formation with the Means of Grace.”
  • Donald Walker, Ph.D., along with various other colleagues will give a presentation entitled: “Faith and Trauma: Promoting Client, Family, Therapist and Church Resilience.”
  • Glen Moriarty, Psy.D. Jennifer Ripley, Ph.D., & William Hathaway, Ph.D. with a colleague from Rosemead School of Psychology will give a presentation entitled: “Integrating Faith and Psychology: 3 Psychologists Tell Their Stories.”

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