Friday, August 2, 2013
full-day workshops (CONTINUED)
8:00 a.m.–3: 50 p.m.
Workshop 148 is part of Dr. Donald Bersoff’s Presidential Programming.
148 military psychology: the Life
cycle of a military service
This intermediate workshop focuses on five key aspects of working
with the military community: military culture, deployment cycle
stresses, evidence-based clinical practices, fitness and resilience
practices, and resources. These topics can inform practitioners,
researchers, professors, consultants, and policymakers. The training
is provided by senior military psychologists, the executive director
for the DoD Center for Deployment Psychology, and the director of
Resilience and Prevention at the Defense Centers of Excellence.
These presenters have over 100 years of combined military
Leaders: Stephen V. Bowles, PhD, National Defense University, Washington,
DC; Mark J. Bates, PhD, Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health
and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE), Silver Spring, MD; David S. Riggs, PhD,
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD; Scott L.
Johnston, PhD, Naval Center for Combat and Operational Stress Control,
San Diego, CA; Rebecca I. Porter, PhD, Office of the Army Surgeon General,
Falls Church, VA; Christopher S. Robinson, PhD, U.S. Air Force, San Antonio, TX
149 threat management, stalking,
and targeted Violence: ethics
This intermediate workshop equips participants with tools to assess
risk factors posed by individuals who threaten, or are considered
a threat, to a specific person or group. We will discuss these
assessments within the contexts of domestic violence, work- and
school-place violence, stalking, and threats from anonymous sources.
Participants will learn to apply relevant scientific findings to threat
assessments. This highly interactive workshop will discuss ethical
dilemmas that commonly arise when providing threat assessments
Leader: Mark Zelig, PhD, Independent Practice, Salt Lake City, UT, and
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