2007-2008 Faculty/Staff Accomplishments: Presentations

Abrash Walton, Abigail. “Politics is Personal,” Focus the Nation Panel, Keene State College, Keene, NH, January 2008.

Ackerman, Joy. “Environmental Sustainability and the Millenium Development Goals,” Lenten Series, St. John’s Episcopal Church, Sutton, MA, March 2008.

Auer, Arthur. “Sculptural Genesis of the Human Form,” Foundation Studies in Anthroposophy and the Arts, Center for Anthroposophy, Beverly Farms, MA, May 2008.

Auer, Arthur. “Archetypal Nature Patterns through Form Drawing and Sculptural Modeling,” Foundation Studies in Anthroposophy and the Arts, Center for Anthroposophy, Palm Harbor, Florida, April 2008.

Chandler, Polly. Higher education panelist, “Marketing Sustainability for Small Businesses,” Vermont Business for Social Responsibility Spring Conference, Burlington, VT, May 2008.

Chase, Steve. Keynote Speaker, “Activism as a Way to Pay Our Rent on this Beautiful Blue-Green Planet,” People, Planet, and Possibilities: A Conference on Social and Environmental Renewal, World Learning Graduate SIT Institute, Brattleboro, VT, March 2008.

Chase, Steve. “The Great Warming: Christians and Jews Respond to Climate Change,” Focus the Nation Event, Antioch University New England, Keene, NH, January 2008.

Ellenhorn, Theodore, Brian Denietolis, Stephanie Miller, Christopher Overtree, Mamta Dadlani and Lotte Smith- Hansen. Panelists: “Creating Contexts for Clinical Psychoanalysis in Clinical-Scientist and Professional Programs,” American Psychological Association Convention, Boston, MA, August 2008.

Ellenhorn, Theodore and Stephanie Miller. Co-Presenters, “Moral Masochism within the Military,” American Psychological Association Convention, Boston, MA, August 2008.

Fauth, James. “Therapeutic Responsiveness: Practice and Training Implications,” Albany Medical Grand Rounds, Albany, NY, April 2008.

Tremblay, George and James Fauth. “How many psychologists does it take to change a lot of incandescent lightbulbs?” Carbon Counts You Can Too Series, Antioch University New England, Keene, NH, December 2007.

Gentile, Susan. “Fall Mountain Regional School District Go Green,” Special Meeting of Administrators, Teachers, Staff, and Students to learn about Educating for Sustainability, Fall Mountain Regional School District, Charleston, NH, March 2008.

Straus, Martha. Adolescent Girls in Crisis: Intervention and Hope, Norton, New York, NY, October 2007.

Thelen, Brett A. and Thiet, R. “Molluscan community recovery following partial tidal restoration of a New England estuary, U.S.A.” Restoration Ecology, Issue: 2, Vol. 16, Blackwell Publishing, on behalf of The Society for Ecological Restoration International, June 2008.

Thomas, Laura. “In Praise of Reinventing the Wheel,” Phi Delta Kappan, Issue: 8, Vol. 89, Pp. 612;613, Phi Delta Kappa, Bloomington, IN, April 2008.

Thomas, Laura. “A Personal Moment Leads to a Professional Awakening,” JSD, Issue: 2, Vol. 29, Pp. 68, National Staff Development Council, Oxford, OH, Spring 2008.

Wessels, Tom. “Reading a Forested Landscape: A Connection to Place,” The Ecologist, London, England, June 2008.


Presentations

Abrash Walton, Abigail. “Politics is Personal,” Focus the Nation Panel, Keene State College, Keene, NH, January 2008.

Ackerman, Joy. “Environmental Sustainability and the Millenium Development Goals,” Lenten Series, St. John’s Episcopal Church, Sutton, MA, March 2008.

Auer, Arthur. “Sculptural Genesis of the Human Form,” Foundation Studies in Anthroposophy and the Arts, Center for Anthroposophy, Beverly Farms, MA, May 2008.

Auer, Arthur. “Archetypal Nature Patterns through Form Drawing and Sculptural Modeling,” Foundation Studies in Anthroposophy and the Arts, Center for Anthroposophy, Palm Harbor, Florida, April 2008.

Chandler, Polly. Higher education panelist, “Marketing Sustainability for Small Businesses,” Vermont Business for Social Responsibility Spring Conference, Burlington, VT, May 2008.

Chase, Steve. Keynote Speaker, “Activism as a Way to Pay Our Rent on this Beautiful Blue-Green Planet,” People, Planet, and Possibilities: A Conference on Social and Environmental Renewal, World Learning Graduate SIT Institute, Brattleboro, VT, March 2008.

Chase, Steve. “The Great Warming: Christians and Jews Respond to Climate Change,” Focus the Nation Event, Antioch University New England, Keene, NH, January 2008.

Ellenhorn, Theodore, Brian Denietolis, Stephanie Miller, Christopher Overtree, Mamta Dadlani and Lotte Smith- Hansen. Panelists: “Creating Contexts for Clinical Psychoanalysis in Clinical-Scientist and Professional Programs,” American Psychological Association Convention, Boston, MA, August 2008.

Ellenhorn, Theodore and Stephanie Miller. Co-Presenters, “Moral Masochism within the Military,” American Psychological Association Convention, Boston, MA, August 2008.

Fauth, James. “Therapeutic Responsiveness: Practice and Training Implications,” Albany Medical Grand Rounds, Albany, NY, April 2008.

Tremblay, George and James Fauth. “How many psychologists does it take to change a lot of incandescent lightbulbs?” Carbon Counts You Can Too Series, Antioch University New England, Keene, NH, December 2007.

Gentile, Susan. “Fall Mountain Regional School District Go Green,” Special Meeting of Administrators, Teachers, Staff, and Students to learn about Educating for Sustainability, Fall Mountain Regional School District, Charleston, NH, March 2008.

Mangione, Lorraine and Tamara Bisbee. Co-Presenters, “Blue States/Red States: The Cultural Political Divide and Depolarization,” American Group Psychotherapy Annual Meeting, American Group Psychotherapy Association, Washington DC, February 2008.

Pantesco, Victor. “Difficult Professional Professional Encounters, Cultures of Silence, and Acts of Courage: Perspectives and Strategies,” Conference, Riverbend Community Health Services, Concord, NH, October 2007.

Pantesco, Victor and Tamara Bisbee. “Difficult Professional Encounter with TraineesChallenges and Rewards,” Meeting, Association of Directors of Training Clinics in Psychology and Council of University Department Chairs in Clinical Psychology, San Antonio, TX, January 2008.

Peterson, R. L., and Vincent, W. L. Co-Presenters, “Evidence based practice in professional psychology: The broader context,” In E. Nightingale, (Chair), Evidence-based practice in professional psychology: Issues and answers, a day-long workshop conducted at the VA Maryland Health Care system, Baltimore, MD, October 2007.

Roysircar, Gargi, and Vasquez, M. “Interventions With People of Color,” National Council of Schools and Programs in Professional Psychology, National Council of Schools and Programs in Professional Psychology, Austin, Texas, January 2008.

Roysircar, Gargi. “The big picture of social justice advocacy: Counselor heal society and thyself,” Keynote, in conference, Extending Advocacy, Global Outreach, Critical Consciousness, and Praxis, International Conference of Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development, Johannesburg, South Africa, July 2007.

Saunders, Carol. “The psychology of caring for the planet,” Spring 2008 Speakers Series, Antioch University New England, Keene, NH.

Sobel, David. Workshop: Cultivating Environmental Stewardship, National Recreation and Parks Association, National Summit on Environmental Stewardship, Portland, OR, May 2008.

Sobel, David. Keynote: Place-based Education: Connecting Classrooms and Communities, Our Places Tell Stories Conference, University of Nevada Public Lands Institute, Las Vegas, NV, March 2008.

Simpson, Michael. “Climate Change Impacts to High Order Stream Riparian Habitat,” Meet the Climate Change Scientists, Clean Air/Cool Planet, Vermont Institute of Natural Science, March 2008.

Simpson, Michael. “Community Adaptation to Expected Impacts to Water Conveyance Infrastructure from Climate Change Projections,” NH State Planner’s Conference, NH Office of Energy and Planning, Manchester, NH, April 2008.

Thomas, Laura. “The Gift of Resistance,” Fall Forum, Coalition of Essential Schools, Denver, CO, November 2007.

Barack Obama, Laura Thomas, and Lyedie Geer. Panelists, Women’s Issues Roundtable, Campaign for Barack Obama NH, Walpole, NH, November 2007.

Tomey, Ed. “Taking Charge of Yourself and Your Job When Change Is All Around You,” Professional Development Day, Keene State College, Keene, NH, May 2008.

Tremblay, George. “Contemporary Challenges for Parenting Interventions: Where the Evidence Gets Thin,” Invited Colloquium, Rollins College, Winter Park, FL, April 2008.

Wessels, Tom. “The Myth of Progress,” Keynote Address, Two Countries One Forest Annual Symposium, Montreal, Canada, November 2007.

Willis, Carlotta. “Usar Los Artes Creativos en El Proceso de Auto-Evaluación para Desarrollo Ocupacional,” Thirtieth Convención Annual, Asociación Puertorriqueña de Consejería Profesional, Ponce, Puerto Rico, October 2007.

Willis, Carlotta and Wendy Elliot. “Artes Creativas en La Consejería,” Continuing Education day-long alumni training, Universidad de Valle de Guatemala, Department of Counseling Psychology, Guatemala City, Guatemala, January 2008.