2019 GREAT LAKES REGIONAL COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY CONFERENCE - University of Louisville Student Activity Center (SAC)

 
2019 GREAT LAKES
REGIONAL COUNSELING
PSYCHOLOGY CONFERENCE
       University of Louisville
    Student Activity Center (SAC)
       April 12th & 13 th , 2019
Welcome from the Conference Host
On behalf of the Department of Counseling and Human Development, we want to welcome you to the
32nd Annual Great Lakes Regional Counseling Psychology Conference in the vibrant city of Louisville,
Kentucky! We are grateful and proud to host, for the first time, this long-standing and important
contribution to training, research, and clinical practice in the field of Counseling Psychology.

We have many meaningful events and topics that will be covered over the course of two days. The
theme of the conference is Promoting Health Equity: The Intersection of Social Justice and
Psychology. This theme highlights the unique perspective that Counseling Psychology can bring to
the ever-evolving field of health equity.

We are enthusiastic about the stream of events and activities that await us during the conference!
Pre-conference activities include a workshop on incorporating hip hop culture into the counseling
process and a continuing education (CE) event on ethics. The conference will feature a panel
discussion with community leaders about health equity and a keynote address by American
Psychological Association Division 17 President Dr. Ruth Fassinger. The content of the posters,
symposia, and roundtables will facilitate comprehensive and innovative dialogue regarding issues
related to our theme and the field of Counseling Psychology.

In addition, we are excited to announce that the department will host the #IamPsychedTour during the
conference. This multimedia pop-up exhibit honors the contributions of women of color to the field of
psychology. This exhibit was developed by the American Psychological Association Women’s
Programs Office in collaboration with the Drs. Nicholas and Dorothy Cummings Center for the History
of Psychology and Psychology’s Feminist Voices Oral History and Digital Archive Project. We hope
folks can visit this powerful exhibit during the conference!

We want to acknowledge and express gratitude to the students, staff, and faculty from the University
of Louisville and other institutions who were dedicated to the success of this conference. Thank you
for devoting your time and energy to this important event.

We look forward to seeing everyone during the conference festivities!

Sincerely,

Amanda M. Mitchell, PhD
Conference Co-Chair

Mark M. Leach, PhD
Conference Co-Chair

We are grateful for support of our conference from:

We also greatly appreciate sponsorship of the I am Psyched! multimedia exhibit from the following
University of Louisville organizations:
32nd Annual Great Lakes Regional Counseling Psychology Conference
                                      Program Schedule
                                       April 12-13, 2019
                                    University of Louisville
                                         Louisville, KY
        All events for the Conference are located in Student Activity Center (SAC), unless specified otherwise.

                                         Friday, April 12, 2019

Registration                                8:00 AM – 3:00 PM                                                       SAC

                                    Pre-Conference Workshops
                          Both workshops are at intermediate/advanced level of training.

Ethical Pitfalls and                         9:00 AM – 12:00 PM                                               SAC 116
Applications                                     3 CE Credits
Mark Leach, Ph.D.

Hip Hop as a Form of                         10:30 AM – 12:00 PM                                              SAC 118
Cathartic Counternarrative
Ahmad Washington, Ph.D.

Welcoming Remarks &                              1:00 – 1:50 PM                                             Ballroom
I am Psyched! Exhibit

Concurrent Sessions #1                         2:00 – 2:50 PM
                                   Navigating Oppression:                                                         SAC 116
                 Cross-cultural Women's Experiences with Systemic Sexism
                                       Symposium
                                 Yamini Bellare, Ph.D., Indiana University
                                Aashna Banerjee, B.A., Ball State University
                             Samantha Hinnenkamp, M.A., Ball State University
                               Shantel D. Gaillard, MPH, Ball State University

              Exploring Disparity in Treatment Among Substance Using Adults                                       SAC 117
                                            Roundtable Discussion
                                Kristin Montalvo, M.A., West Virginia University

                           Transgender Healthcare Disparities and Needs                                           SAC 118
                                          Roundtable Discussion
                                Spring Szoka, M.A., West Virginia University
                              Cassandra Homick, M.A., West Virginia University

Poster Session #1                              2:00 – 2:50 PM                                             Ballroom
                     Ethical Considerations Regarding Accessibility and
                   Competency of Mental Health Care for Deaf Populations
                               Brittney A. C. Gray, B.S., University of Kentucky
32nd Annual Great Lakes Regional Counseling Psychology Conference
                                     Program Schedule
                                      April 12-13, 2019
                                   University of Louisville
                                        Louisville, KY
       All events for the Conference are located in Student Activity Center (SAC), unless specified otherwise.

                                        Friday, April 12, 2019

Poster Session #1                             2:00 – 2:50 PM                                             Ballroom
                    Clinical Judgment When Working with Trans Clients
                                  Scott Barrera, M.A., Ball State University
                                  Betsy Varner, M.A., Ball State University

                       Racial Microaggressions in Clinical Supervision:
                         Ways of Coping and Contextual Influences
                             Rufus Gonzales, Ph.D., Loyola University Chicago
                               Lincoln Hill, M.A., Loyola University Chicago
                               Erica Pinney, B.A., Loyola University Chicago
                                                    et al.

   Emotional Intelligence, Leadership, and Burnout Among Helping Professionals
                               Natalie Hewlett, B.A., University of Louisville
                               Emily Edwards, B.A., University of Louisville
                              Laurie McCubbin, Ph.D., University of Louisville

 ‘Walking the Walk’: Discussing Social Justice Practice Within University Counseling Centers
             Theresa M. Nutten, M.A., University of Akron, Counseling and Testing Center
                 Ian K. Evans, M.S., University of Akron, Counseling and Testing Cent
              Silvia P. Salas, M.A., University of Akron, Counseling and Testing Services

  The Relationship Between Kentucky Community Mental Health Center Clinicians’
                  Telehealth Attitudes, Knowledge, and Exposure
                          Michael McClellan, Ph.D., Eastern Kentucky University
                             Dan Florell, Ph.D., Eastern Kentucky University
                            Jerry Palmer, Ph.D., Eastern Kentucky University
                             Chris Kidder, M.S., Eastern Kentucky University

     Creative Bibliotherapy: Black Literature for Ethnic Identity and Self-esteem
               Enhancement Among Black College Students in the U.S.
                                 Kalo Sokoto, M.A., West Virginia University

         The Relationship Between Micro Expressions and Empathic Capacity
                                Dustin Woolard, A.A., Illinois State University
                                 Suejung Han, Ph.D., Illinois State University
32nd Annual Great Lakes Regional Counseling Psychology Conference
                                     Program Schedule
                                      April 12-13, 2019
                                   University of Louisville
                                        Louisville, KY
       All events for the Conference are located in Student Activity Center (SAC), unless specified otherwise.

                                        Friday, April 12, 2019

Poster Session #1                             2:00 – 2:50 PM                                             Ballroom
                 Counselor Cognitive Complexity Related to Mental Health
                 Clinical Judgment Quality and Accuracy: A Meta-Analysis
                                 Paul Spengler, Ph.D., Ball State University
                                 Nathan Walters, M.A., Ball State University
                          Elliot Spengler, M.A., University of Tennessee-Knoxville

                    A Meta-analysis of Judgment Accuracy and Bias:
              The Effects of Sexual Orientation on Clinical Decision Making
                                 Nathan Walters, M.A., Ball State University,
                          Elliot Spengler, M.A., University of Tennessee-Knoxville
                                 Paul Spengler, Ph.D., Ball State University

    Health Care Worker Attitudes Towards Patients with Substance Use Disorders
                               Jason Mogus, M.A., Cleveland State University

 Does Social Anxiety Increase Risk for Suicide-related Behavior Among Transgender
                                    Individuals?
                                Nolan Kaine, A.A., Cleveland State University
                                Nicky Wilkins, B.A., Cleveland State University
                             Ilya Yaroslavsky, Ph.D., Cleveland State University

  Supermarket Availability, Fast Food Restaurant Proximity, and Black Television as
                   Predictors of Unhealthy Food Consumption
                             Margaret White, M.S., Tennessee State University

                     GSM Health: What Medical Providers Need to Know
                                  Lauren Wruble, M.C., Ball State University
                                  Steven Scally, M.A., Ball State University

Concurrent Sessions #2                        3:00 – 3:50 PM
  Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV-2) Disclosure Among African American Women                                           SAC 117
                                           Roundtable Discussion
                                   Ajasha Long, M.S., Ball State University

                 Air Force Psychology: One Path to Becoming a Psychologist                                       SAC 118
                                      Roundtable Discussion
          Kirk Rowe, Ph.D., 711th Human Performance Wing, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
32nd Annual Great Lakes Regional Counseling Psychology Conference
                                    Program Schedule
                                     April 12-13, 2019
                                  University of Louisville
                                       Louisville, KY
      All events for the Conference are located in Student Activity Center (SAC), unless specified otherwise.

                                       Friday, April 12, 2019

Poster Session #2                            3:00 – 3:50 PM                                             Ballroom
                        A Literature Review of Workplace Oppression
                             Toward LGBT Correctional Workers
                            Roberto Abreu, Ph.D., Tennessee State University
                             Gabe Lockett, B.S., Tennessee State University

                        Can Systematic Racism be Changed?
             How Perceived Mutability Impacts Racial System Justification
                              Jeanine Bakker, M.A., Trinity Christian College
                              Garcsa Brooks, B.A., Trinity Christian College

               Ostracism and Perceived Prejudice for People of Color:
            How Does Group Self-Esteem Mediate Attribution to Prejudice?
                                 Scott Barrera, M.A., Ball State University
                                 Betsy Varner, M.A., Ball State University
                                 Si Hyun Kim, B.A., Ball State University
                                 Kyle Benbow, B.A., Ball State University
                                  Taylor Bell, B.A., Ball State University

        White Young Adults’ Understanding of Structural Racism in the U.S.
                            Zari Carpenter, B.A., Western Michigan University

                     Social Inequity Within the Criminal Justice System
                        for Individuals with Marginalized Identities
                             Melissa Carter, M.A., Cleveland State University

          Mexican American Perceptions of Mexican Immigrants in the U.S.
                      Sandra Espinoza Montes, B.S., Western Michigan University

                      Racial Identity Attitudes and School Belonging
                     Among Black Adolescents in Independent Schools
                             Letetsia Fox, M.A., Western Michigan University

                 American Indian/Alaskan Native Veteran Experience of
                        Race Relations in the Post 9/11 Military
                              Pacifico Gonzaga, M.A., University of Louisville

                        Religious Influence on Arab American Identity
                                   Amani Khalil, B.S., Purdue University
                                   Ayşe Çiftçi, Ph.D., Purdue University
32nd Annual Great Lakes Regional Counseling Psychology Conference
                                    Program Schedule
                                     April 12-13, 2019
                                  University of Louisville
                                       Louisville, KY
      All events for the Conference are located in Student Activity Center (SAC), unless specified otherwise.

                                       Friday, April 12, 2019

Poster Session #2                            3:00 – 3:50 PM                                             Ballroom
          Social Justice in the Field of Counseling Psychology in Hong Kong
                                      Jonah Li, M.A., Indiana University

                         Body Concerns and Sexual Minority Women:
                         Does Operationalization of Sexuality Matter
                             Lillian Audette, M.S., Tennessee State University

                 Empirical Model Investigating Verbal Victimization and
                      Relational Aggression in TGNC Populations
                             Claire McCown, M.P.S., West Virginia University

       Harnessing Peer Support as a Form of Trauma Response Treatment in
         Communities of Trans Women of Color Who Engage in Sex Work
                          Angel McKissic, B.A., Michigan School of Psychology

        Black Military Personnel, Discrimination, and Occupational Mobility
                            Shirlee Moore, M.A., Western Michigan University

      Subjective Social Class and Resilience: A Positive Psychological Approach
                                  Patrick Murphy, B.A., Purdue University
                                   Allan Blake, Ph.D., Purdue University

    Affirmative Consent: A Critique As It Relates to Sexual and Gender Minorities
                                 Steven Scally, M.A., Ball State University
                                  Leah Crabb, B.A., Ball State University

            LGBTQ Youth in Detention and the Juvenile (In)Justice System
                             Jessica Ward, M.A., Tennessee State University
                            Roberto Abreu, Ph.D., Tennessee State University
                             Macy Wilson, Ph.D., Tennessee State University

                    Career Counseling Ethnic Minorities with Blindness
                             Maya Jordan, B.A., Western Michigan University
                           Fakazi Mlotshwa, B.A., Western Michigan University
                           Robert Parsons, B.A., Western Michigan University

                  Advocating for Social Justice: The Role of Religion and
                   Spirituality within Counseling Psychology Training
                            Theresa Nutten, M.A., Western Michigan University
32nd Annual Great Lakes Regional Counseling Psychology Conference
                                    Program Schedule
                                     April 12-13, 2019
                                  University of Louisville
                                       Louisville, KY
      All events for the Conference are located in Student Activity Center (SAC), unless specified otherwise.

                                       Friday, April 12, 2019

Featured Panel                             4:00 – 5:30 PM                                               Ballroom

     Health Equity and Social Justice from a Transdisciplinary Lens:
                 Perspectives from Community Leaders
                    Kish Cumi Price, Ph.D., Smoketown Family Wellness Center
                      T Benicio Gonzales, MSW, PMP, Center for Health Equity
                        Erica Young, Ed.D., CSW, The Academy@Shawnee

Social Hour                                  5:30 – 6:30 PM                                             Ballroom
I am Psyched! Exhibit                                                                                       W107

Student Social Hour                          7:30 – 9:30 PM                             Mile Wide Beer Co.
32nd Annual Great Lakes Regional Counseling Psychology Conference
                                    Program Schedule
                                     April 12-13, 2019
                                  University of Louisville
                                       Louisville, KY
      All events for the Conference are located in Student Activity Center (SAC), unless specified otherwise.

                                     Saturday, April 13, 2019

Registration                             7:45 AM – 12:00 PM                                                       SAC

Continental Breakfast                        7:45 – 10:00 AM                                            Ballroom

Concurrent Sessions #3                       9:00 – 9:50 AM
                 Issues in Mental Health Research Among Arab Americans                                          SAC 117
                                        Roundtable Discussion
                             Khadeja Najjar, M.A., Cleveland State University

                  Resisting Race-Related Stress Through Group Solidarity                                        SAC 118
                                        Roundtable Discussion
                               Jardin Dogan, Ed.S., University of Kentucky
                             Simone Leavell-Bruce, M.A., Spalding University

Concurrent Sessions #4                     10:00 – 10:50 AM
                Validation of the Appropriated Racial Oppression Scale      SAC 116
         for an African-American Population: A Confirmatory Factor Analysis
                                              Symposium
                             Steven Sanders, M.S., Cleveland State University
                              Adam Voight, Ph.D., Cleveland State University

                      Student Unionizing: Beginning a Discussion About                                          SAC 117
                       Advocating for Graduate Students’ Basic Rights
                                        Roundtable Discussion
                                Samuel Colbert, M.A., Ball State University

                          Exploring the Benefits and Challenges of                                              SAC 118
                      Conducting Research on Marginalized Populations
                                        Roundtable Discussion
                           Samuel Beasley, Ph.D., Western Michigan University
32nd Annual Great Lakes Regional Counseling Psychology Conference
                                    Program Schedule
                                     April 12-13, 2019
                                  University of Louisville
                                       Louisville, KY
      All events for the Conference are located in Student Activity Center (SAC), unless specified otherwise.

                                     Saturday, April 13, 2019

SAS Forum                                   11:00 – 11:50 AM                                                    SAC 118

Concurrent Sessions #5                      11:00 – 11:50 AM
                       Addressing the Unique Needs of Students of Color                                         SAC 116
                                         Roundtable Discussion
                                  Amani Khalil, B.S., Purdue University
                                Aashna Bharat, M.S.Ed., Purdue University
                                 Jaya Bhojwani, B.A., Purdue University
                                 Ankita Nikalje, M.Sc., Purdue University
                                Crystal Thornhill, M.S., Purdue University

                           Let's Talk About Sex, Baby: Sexual Health                                            SAC 117
                          Education Equity for LGBTQIA+ Populations
                                        Roundtable Discussion
                             Claire McCown, M.P.S., West Virginia University
                             Christian Carey, M.A., West Virginia University

Poster Session #3                           11:00 – 11:50 AM                                            Ballroom
                  The Relationship Between Parental Mental Health and
                       Emotional Coping Capabilities of Children
                               Mychaela Adkison, B.S., Ball State University

Broadening Our Understanding of Mindfulness: Revisiting Broaden-and-Build Theory
                                  Paul Pohto, M.Ed., Radford University
                               Ruth Riding-Malon, Ph.D., Radford University

  The Impact of Religious Affiliation on Millennials’ Recovery Language Preferences
                          Sydney Camargo, B.A., Eastern Kentucky University
                         Michael McClellan, Ph.D., Eastern Kentucky University
                            Craig Creech, B.A., Eastern Kentucky University

    Social Media Activism: A Unifying Platform or Divisive Through Anonymity?
                                 Betsy Varner, M.A., Ball State University
                               Mychaela Adkison, B.S., Ball State University
                                 Kyle Benbow, B.S., Ball State University
                                 Scott Barrera, M.A., Ball State University

     World Assumptions of First Responders Who Experience Vicarious Trauma
                               Glenn Noble, M.Ed., West Virginia University
32nd Annual Great Lakes Regional Counseling Psychology Conference
                                    Program Schedule
                                     April 12-13, 2019
                                  University of Louisville
                                       Louisville, KY
      All events for the Conference are located in Student Activity Center (SAC), unless specified otherwise.

                                     Saturday, April 13, 2019

Poster Session #3                           11:00 – 11:50 AM                                            Ballroom

   Understanding the Positive Development in Youth: The Relationships between
   Character Strengths, Life Satisfaction, Identity Development, and Risk Taking
                                     Behaviors
                          Omer Kabakci, Ph.D., Indiana University-Bloomington
                          Rex Stockton, Ph.D., Indiana University-Bloomington

  Presenting Problems in U.S. College Counseling Centers: An Examination of First-
             Generation Students and Their Non-First-Generation Peers
                            Cassandra Homick, M.S., West Virginia University

                    The Relationship Between Childhood Sexual Abuse,
                    Attachment Style, Rejection, and Risk Recognition
                             Jordan Marshall, M.S.C., Illinois State University
                            Marla Reese-Weber, Ph.D., Illinois State University
                               Jeffrey Kahn, Ph.D., Illinois State University

 An Exploration into Food Desserts: Inequitable Access to Healthier Food Options in
     Densely Populated Minority Communities and the Impact on Mental Health
                            Michael Oyeteju, M.A., Tennessee State University

    Perceived Social Support as a Proposed Mediator of the Relationship between
                    Dispositional Optimism and Suicide Ideation
                                     Ian Evans, M.S., Radford University

                The Role of Prayer Experience in the Association Between
                       Private Prayer and Brooding Rumination
                                Abbie Sell, B.A., University of Louisville,
                           Benjamin Jeppsen, Ph.D., Augustana University,
                          Patrick Pössel, Dr. rer. soc., University of Louisville,
                       Stephanie Winklejohn-Black, Ph.D., Penn State Harrisburg

              The Traumatic Lives of Mothers' Pathways to Homelessness
       Priscilla Dass-Brailsford, Ed.D., M.P.H., The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
                Samantha Cichon, B.A., The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
                Alexandra Ercole, B.S., The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

              Brief Self-Compassion Training in Withdrawal Management
                              Jason Mogus, M.A., Cleveland State University
32nd Annual Great Lakes Regional Counseling Psychology Conference
                                      Program Schedule
                                       April 12-13, 2019
                                    University of Louisville
                                         Louisville, KY
        All events for the Conference are located in Student Activity Center (SAC), unless specified otherwise.

                                       Saturday, April 13, 2019

Poster Session #3                             11:00 – 11:50 AM                                            Ballroom
             The Journal of Mental Health Counseling: A Call for Submissions
                                Ingrid Weigold, Ph.D., The University of Akron

 Minority Teachers Matter: An Examination of Race and Perceived Student-Teacher
                                 Relationships
                              Markita Warren, M.Ed., Cleveland State University

Lunch                                         12:00 – 12:50 PM                                            Ballroom

Keynote Address                                 1:00 – 1:50 PM                                            Ballroom

 Counseling Psychology and Creativity: The Moment of Change is the Only
                                 Poem
                       American Psychological Association Division 17 President
                                      Ruth E. Fassinger, Ph.D

Discussion Hour:                               2:00 – 2:50 PM                                             Ballroom
APA Division 17
President and Students

Training Directors Meeting                     2:00 – 2:50 PM                                                SAC 116

Concurrent Sessions #6                         3:00 – 3:50 PM
                      Qualitative Research in Resilience and Recovery:                                            SAC 116
              Exploring the Experiences of Diverse Populations After Adversity
                                                Symposium
                             Katie Watterson, M.Ed., M.S., University of Louisville
                               Pacifico Gonzaga, M.A., University of Louisville
                                   Jody Zhong, B.A., University of Louisville
                                 Amara Untalan, B.A., University of Louisville
                               Laurie McCubbin, Ph.D., University of Louisville

                    Board Certification (ABPP) for Counseling Psychologists                                       SAC 117
                                          Roundtable Discussion
                                 Sharon Bowman, Ph.D., Ball State University
32nd Annual Great Lakes Regional Counseling Psychology Conference
                                    Program Schedule
                                     April 12-13, 2019
                                  University of Louisville
                                       Louisville, KY
      All events for the Conference are located in Student Activity Center (SAC), unless specified otherwise.

                                     Saturday, April 13, 2019

Poster Session #4                            3:00 – 3:50 PM                                             Ballroom
                 Religion and Slut-Shaming: The Impact Religious Views
                      and Sexual Behavior Have on Victim-Blaming
                                  Betsy Varner, M.A., Ball State University
                                  Scott Barrera, M.A., Ball State University
                                   Eric Stone, B.S., Ball State University
                                 Taylor Thomas, B.S., Ball State University

            Aspects of Personal Growth Initiative as Predictors of Altruism
                                Liam Tipton-Fletcher, Notre Dame College
                                Arne Weigold, Ph.D., Notre Dame College
                              Ingrid Weigold, Ph.D., The University of Akron

                Gender and Morality: What Does Sex Have to Do With It?
                               Spring Szoka, M.A., West Virginia University

           Human-Animal Interaction in Dog Shelters: A Literature Review
                            Julia Phillips, Ph.D., Cleveland State University
                           Brianne Markley, M.Ed., Cleveland State University

         An Exploratory Study of Forensic Factors Affecting Parental Fitness
                               Glenn Noble, M.Ed., West Virginia University
                               Courtney Hull, M.S., West Virginia University

              Looking Back on Work: Relations Among Meaningful Work,
                Reminiscence, and Meaning in Life for Retired Adults
                                    Tracie Liu, B.A., Purdue University
                                   Blake Allan, Ph.D., Purdue University

                 Abortion and Psychology: The Past, Present, and Future
                         of a Critical Reproductive Justice Issue
                         Elyssa Klann, M.S.Ed., Indiana University-Bloomington

              School Shootings as an Expression of Moral Disengagement
                              Whitney Hyatt, M.Ed., West Virginia University
                               Jeff Daniels, Ph.D., West Virginia University

   Resilience in Literature: Analyzing Definitions, Article Types, and Other Trends
                          Adrian Hernandez, B.S., Western Michigan University
32nd Annual Great Lakes Regional Counseling Psychology Conference
                                    Program Schedule
                                     April 12-13, 2019
                                  University of Louisville
                                       Louisville, KY
      All events for the Conference are located in Student Activity Center (SAC), unless specified otherwise.

                                     Saturday, April 13, 2019

Poster Session #4                            3:00 – 3:50 PM                                             Ballroom

  How Does Psychological Flexibility Get Along with Gratefulness and Mindfulness?
                                 Alyson Faires, M.S., Radford University
                               Rebecca Assadnia, M.A., Radford University
                                  Paul Pohto, M.Ed., Radford University
                               Ruth Riding-Malon, Ph.D. Radford University

                          Norming the GRCS on Sexual Minority Men
                               Laura Condon, M.A., University of Memphis
                                Elin Ovrebo, Ph.D., University of Memphis
                              Yasuko Kanamori, M.S., University of Memphis
                                                 et al.

      Factors Impacting the Experience of American Students Studying Abroad
                                  Jaya Bhojwani, B.A., Purdue University
                                   Ayşe Çiftçi, Ph.D., Purdue University

                A Literature Review of How Empathy Effects Determining
                     Stringency of Punishment in Mock Juror Studies
                                  Kyle Benbow, M.A., Ball State University

       Work-Life Integration: Experiences of Early-Career Working Mothers
                               Angela Fant, M.A., Cleveland State University

                            Being Present in This Moment:
            Discussing the Use of Mindfulness in Counseling Relationships
                             Ashley Schoener, M.A., Ball State University
                           Samantha Hinnenkamp, M.A., Ball State University
32nd Annual Great Lakes Regional Counseling Psychology Conference
                                    Program Schedule
                                     April 12-13, 2019
                                  University of Louisville
                                       Louisville, KY
      All events for the Conference are located in Student Activity Center (SAC), unless specified otherwise.

                                     Saturday, April 13, 2019

Concurrent Sessions #7                       4:00 – 4:50 PM
                         Surviving R. Kelly: How to Value Black Women                                           SAC 116
                                          Roundtable Discussion
                                 Crystal Thornhill, M.A., Purdue University
                                  Ankita Nikalje, M.S., Purdue University

               Educating Counseling Psychologists in Reproductive Justice:                                      SAC 117
                                  A Training Model
                                        Roundtable Discussion
                           Rachel Dyer, B.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison
                        Stephanie Budge, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison

Poster Session #5                            4:00 – 4:50 PM                                             Ballroom
                 Mental Health Help-Seeking among LGBT+ Individuals:
                       A Structural Equation Modeling Approach
                         Elliot Spengler, M.A., University of Tennessee-Knoxville
                        Patrick Grzanka, Ph.D., University of Tennessee-Knoxville

 Mental Health and African-American College Students: Examining the Relationship
               Between Mental Health and Institution Classification
                             Steven Sanders, M.S., Cleveland State University

       The Experience of Microaggressions in Women Living with HIV/AIDS
                                Asia Amos, M.Ed., University of Memphis
                              Kanesha Moore, M.S., University of Memphis
                              Lauren Hayes, M.Ed., University of Memphis
                                Greg Horn, M.Ed., University of Memphis
                               Erica Magsam, M.S., University of Memphis
                               Dorothy’e Gott, M.S., University of Memphis
                             Laura Reid Marks, Ph.D., University of Memphis

                      The Acculturation Gap, Parental Criticism, and
                    Disordered Eating Among Latino/a College Students
                                 Carolina Miranda, Illinois State University
                                Suejung Han, Ph.D., Illinois State University
32nd Annual Great Lakes Regional Counseling Psychology Conference
                                     Program Schedule
                                      April 12-13, 2019
                                   University of Louisville
                                        Louisville, KY
       All events for the Conference are located in Student Activity Center (SAC), unless specified otherwise.

                                      Saturday, April 13, 2019

Poster Session #5                             4:00 – 4:50 PM                                             Ballroom

 Does Ruminative Response Style Mediate the Relation Between Perceived Everyday
    Discrimination, Depressive Symptoms, and Blood Pressure for Adolescents?
                            Ashley Ann Marshall, M.Ed., University of Louisville
                            Patrick Pössel, Dr. rer. soc., University of Louisville

  Sexual Discussions: Assessing Primary Care Physicians’ Initial Steps in Addressing
                                   Sexual History
                                Erica Magsam, M.S., University of Memphis
                              Re’Sean Johnson, MS.E., University of Memphis
                               Suzanne Lease, Ph.D., University of Memphis

              Do Food Choice Motivators Mediate the Relationship Between
                 Personality Traits and Sustainable Food Consumption?
                               Christian Kenney, B.S., Illinois State University
                               Jordan Marshall, M.S., Illinois State University
                                Suejung Han, Ph.D., Illinois State University

                  Aging in Prison: Health Outcomes and Provision of Care
                                Courtney Hull, M.S., West Virginia University

                        Implications of Minority Stress among LGBTQ
                        Military Populations and Health Care Outcomes
                                Cassandra Hudak, B.S., Ball State University
                                 Bryan Shurigar, B.S., Ball State University

                        Health Disparities of Sex Trafficking Survivors:
                        The Utilization of Integrated Healthcare Models
                                Lauren Hayes, M.Ed., University of Memphis
                                 Laura Marks, Ph.D., University of Memphis

                        Effects of Social Support on Depression and
                     Anxiety Symptoms in Lesbian and Bisexual Women
                                    Jade Hawk, Cleveland State University
32nd Annual Great Lakes Regional Counseling Psychology Conference
                                    Program Schedule
                                     April 12-13, 2019
                                  University of Louisville
                                       Louisville, KY
      All events for the Conference are located in Student Activity Center (SAC), unless specified otherwise.

                                     Saturday, April 13, 2019

Poster Session #5                            4:00 – 4:50 PM                                             Ballroom
    Gender Non-normative Expressions of Pain: Impact on Nurses' Perceptions
                                Greg Edgin, M.S., University of Memphis
                             Alexandra M Fuss, M.S., University of Memphis
                             Whitney Shuman, M.A., University of Memphis
                             Jennifer Yeoward, M.S., University of Memphis
                             Parker Rhomberg, M.A., University of Memphis
                              Erica L Magsam, M.S., University of Memphis
                             Re'Sean Johnson, M.S., University of Memphis
                             Suzanne H Lease, Ph.D., University of Memphis

                 Health Beliefs and Healthy Eating and Regular Exercise:
                     A Moderating Role of Autonomous Motivation
                                Rachel Boros, B.S., Illinois State University
                                Suejung Han, Ph.D., Illinois State University

                     Violence Against Queer and TGNC People of Color
                             Claire McCown, M.P.S., West Virginia University

   The Disparity in Black/African-American Undergraduate Students Majoring in
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                           African American Population
                             Ina Simpson, M.A., Tennessee State University
                            Michael Oyeteju, M.A., Tennessee State University

 Hierarchical Belief Networks: A Connectionist Framework for Socratic Questioning
                                 Derek Gosman, M.A., Ball State University

                       Facilitating Dialogue to Build Cultures of Peace
                          Aashna Banerjee, B.A., Ball State University
                         Lawrence Gerstein, Ph.D., Ball State University
              Brook Haynes, Ball State University, Center for Peace and Conflict Studies
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