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Presentations

SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS
 
Brintzenhofeszoc
* Invited ** Refereed
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K., Zabora, J., Caicedo, L., Blinka, M., Campos, C., Gonzalez, F., & McIntyre, L. (2010,).  Impact of Nueva Vida’s service model on self-efficacy in Latinas with breast cancer. Poster presentation presented at the 8th Annual Conference of the American Psychosocial Oncology Society, Anaheim, CA.**
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K.,Caicedo, L., & Zabora, J. (2010). Impact of Nueva Vida's model on self-efficacy in Latinas with breast cancer.  Paper presented at the 6th International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health: Changing Health: Acting and Reacting, Challenges for Social Work, Dublin, Ireland.**
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K.,Caicedo, L., & Zabora, J. (2010).  A support network for Latinas with cancer model and systems of care delivery with an eye to community participatory research.  Paper presented at the 6th International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health: Changing Health: Acting and Reacting, Challenges for Social Work, Dublin, Ireland.**
 
O’Donnell, P., BrintzenhofeSzoc, K., Farrar, A., & Conrad, A.P. (2010).  Meeting the ethical challenges of a changing health care environment: A study of health care social workers in the United StatesPaper presented at the 6th International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health: Changing Health: Acting and Reacting, Challenges for Social Work, Dublin, Ireland.**
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K., Caidedo, L., Zabora, J. R., Campos, C., Blinka, M., & Kaliner, L. (2010). Impact of Nueva Vida’s Model on Self-Efficacy in Latinas with Breast Cancer [Abstract].  The 26th Annual Conference of the Association of Oncology Social Work, Phoenix, AZ.**
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2010).  Preparing Adults to Survive the Death of a Spouse: A Proposed Intervention.  A Mosaic of Care: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Grief and Loss. NIH Annual Social Work Month Conference.*
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K., & Butler, N. (2009).  Cancer clinical trials: Advocacy and support by the oncology social worker.  Paper presented at the Association of Oncology Social Work 25th Annual Conference, Savannah, GA.**
 
Soniat, B. A., & BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2009).  Ethical issues in aging and health: An empowerment perspective.  Paper presented at NCSSS Ethics Seminar Series, Washington, DC.*
 
O’Donnell, P., BrintzenhofeSzoc, K., & Farrar, A., (2009).  Ethical stress: Sources and resources. Paper presented at the Association of Oncology Social Work 25th Annual Conference, Savannah, GA.**
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc , K. (2008).  Empathy in healthcare settings. Brookdale Department of Geriatrics and Adult Development and the Hertzberg Palliative Care Institute at Mount Sinai School of Medicine Grand Rounds, New York, NY.*
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2008).  Taking empathy beyond the patient: The role oncology social work can take. Connecticut Social Work Oncology Group Conference, Hartford, CT.*
 
Zabora, J., BrintzenhofeSzoc, K., & Loscalzo, M. (2008).  Problem-solving methodologies for family caregivers of cancer patients. Society for Social Work and Research 12th Annual Conference, Washington, DC, January 19, 2008.**
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2007).  Empathy in healthcare. 6th Annual Bronx-New York Harbor GRECC/New York Consortium of Geriatric Education Videoconference.*
 
Farrar, A., & BrintzenhofeSzoc, K., (2007)  Ethical stress, moral action and job satisfaction in health care social work. Ethical Considerations and Challenges In Social Work Practice. The National Institutes of Health Clinical Center Social Work Department.*
 
Wright, P., & BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2006).  The essentials of quantitative and qualitative research in the development and evaluation of oncology social work practice. 5th International Social Work Conference in Health and Mental Health, Hong Kong.*
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2006).  Preparing Adults to Survive the Death of a Spouse. Karlynn BrintzenhofeSzoc, PhD. 5th International Social Work Conference in Health and Mental Health, Hong Kong.*
 
Bennett, S., & BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2006).  An Attachment-Based Supervision Training Model for MSW Field Instructors. Clinical Supervision Conference, Buffalo, NY.**
 
DeSonier, M., & BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2006).  I Can Cope: Facilitator Training and Train-the-Trainer. Association of Oncology Social Work 22nd Annual Conference, Minneapolis, MN.*
 
Fox, N., Lipton, H., BrintzenhofeSzoc, K., & Zabora, J. (2006).  Town-Gown Collaboration: Developing an Evidenced Based Practice Research Network.  Society of Social Work Leadership in Health Care 41st Annual Meeting and Conference, San Diego, CA.**
 
Vitale , L., & BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2006).  Examining the State of Field Education in North American Social Work Schools.  52nd Annual Program Meeting of CSWE, Chicago, IL.**
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2005).  Cancer Clinical Trials: What Every Social Worker Needs to Know.  Association of Oncology Social Work 20th Annual Conference, Austin, TX,.**
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K., & DeSonier, M. (2005).  I Can Cope: Facilitator Training and Train-the-Trainer. Association of Oncology Social Work 21st Annual Conference, Austin, TX.**
 
Barba, A., Plona, P., BrintzenhofeSzoc, K., &  Pelletier, M. (2004).  Association I Can Cope: Recertification Training. of Oncology Social Work 20th Annual Conference, Washington, DC.**
 
Aron, M., BrintzenhofeSzoc, K., Callahan, K., & Jacobsen, M. (2004).  The Development of the Profile of Adaptation to Life within a Medically Ill Population: PAL-M.  Association of Oncology Social Work 20th Annual Conference, Washington, DC.**
 
Aron, M., BrintzenhofeSzoc, K., & Callahan, K., (2004).  Research and Clinical Aspects of a Rapid Psychosocial Screening Tool. Society for Social Work Leadership in Health Care 39th Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV.**
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2004).  Empathy. VA-New York Harbor Healthcare System, Brooklyn, NY.*
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2003). Research: The Secret is the Language.  Second Trauma Social Work Conference. Washington, DC.*
 
Roberts, C. & BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2003).  SWORG And The SWORG Toolkit: How Do I Use These, What Can They Do For Me, And Can They Help Me Now? Association of Oncology Social Work 19th Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.**
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K., & Worden, L. (2003).  Clinical Trials: Talking with Your Patient and Becoming a Part of the Clinical Trials Team. Association of Oncology Social Work 19th Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.**
 
Holtz Deal, K., & BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2003).  A Study of MSW Students’ Interviewing and Relationship Skills. Oral Paper Presentation at the Seventh Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work Research, Washington, DC.**
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2002). The Impact of Clinical Trials on Cancer Care: What Every Wellness Community Should Know. The Wellness Community’s National Leadership Conference, Washington, DC.*
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2002).  Preparing Adults to Survive the Death of a Spouse. Karlynn BrintzenhofeSzoc. Presentations on Current Social Work Research, Homecoming Alumni/ae Seminar, National Catholic School of Social Service, The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC.*
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. & Roberts, C. (2002).  SWORG and the Psychosocial Research Kit: How Do I Use These, What Can They Do For Me, and Can They Help Me Now?  Association for Oncology Social Work 18th Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA. **
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2002).  Leadership In Clinical Trials. Association for Oncology Social Work 18th Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.*
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K., Worden, L., & Hollins-Hauge, W. (2002).  Clinical Trials Workshop – Parts 1, 2, & 3. Association for Oncology Social Work 18th Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.**
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2002).  Developing Effective Tools for Social Work Documentation within a Changing Healthcare System. New Dimensions in Social Work Practice, Co-Sponsored by DC Metropolitan Chapter, NASW and Gallaudet University School of Social Work, Washington, DC.*
 
 
Poster Presentations
 
Koller, C., Warren, L., BrintzenhofeSzoc, K., & Reeves, R. (2003).  Survey Results on Parental Attitudes Toward Complementary Therapies Four Developmentally Delayed Populations. Association of University Centers on Disabilities 2003 Annual Meeting and Conference: "Strength in Diversity", Bethesda, MD.
 
Koller, C., Warren, L., BrintzenhofeSzoc, K., & Reeves, R. (2003).  Survey Results on Parental Attitudes Toward Complementary Therapies in the Leukodystrophy Population. Association of Rehabilitation Nurses 2003 Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.
 
Community Presentations
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2007).  Using a Problem-Solving Model in Supervision. NCSSS, Field Instructors Conference: Exploring Supervisory Styles, Washington, DC.
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2006).  Case Management and Documentation. U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2005).  Evaluating Oneself as a Field Instructor Using Single-System Design. NCSSS Field Instructor Orientation, Washington, DC.
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2005).  The Many Dimensions of Empathy in Social Work Practice with our Patients, Ourselves, and Our Team. NY City Chapter Nephrology Social Workers, New York, NY.
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2005).  Documentation. Unity Healthcare, Social Work Department, Washington, DC.
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2005).  Practical, Everyday Research Techniques. Society for Social Work Leadership in Healthcare, Washington, DC Chapter, Washington, DC.
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2005).  Researchable Question – From idea to final product. Regional Social Work Consortium Conference, Gallaudet University, Washington, DC.
 
Zabora, J., & BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2005). Evidence Based Practice: What is Possible Now? Social Work Month Presentation, National Children’s Hospital, Washington, DC.
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2004).  Evidence-Based Practice: Oil and Water or Strawberries and Cream. NCSSS Annual Field Instructor’s Conference , Washington, DC.
 
Zabora, J., & BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2004).  Psychosocial Screening: A Prospective Method to Address the Psychological Needs of High Risk Cancer Patients. Poster presentation.  Social Work Research Building Knowledge for a Strong and Healthy Nation, Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Institute for the Advancement of Social Work Research, Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington, DC.
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2003).  The Importance of Social Work Documentation Workshop. Prince Georges County Child and Family Services, MD. 
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2002).  Program Evaluation and Outcomes Assessment: A Necessity for the 21st Century. The Continuing Education Program in Psychosocial Caner Care at The Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, MD.
 
BrintzenhofeSzoc, K. (2002).Why Documentation is a Critical Function of Social Work Practice and How Social Workers Can Improve Themselves. Staff Development Workshop, Whitman-Walker Clinic, Washington, DC. 
 
 
Dombo, E.
 
SELECTED PRESENTATIONS
 
Dombo, E. (2011).  Complex Trauma: New Implications for the Social Work Profession.  National Catholic School of Social Service Tenth Annual Homecoming Conference, The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2011).  Mandatory Reporting and Social Work Ethics. The Catholic University of America, Washington,    DC: Co-Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2010). Vicarious Trauma: Identifying and Addressing Reactions to Our Work. Children’s National Medical Center, Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2010). Engaging Spirituality in Addressing Vicarious Trauma.  Journey Towards Healing International Conference on Trauma and Spirituality, Belfast, Northern Ireland: Co-Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2010). Beyond Stigma: Working with Borderline Personality Disorder. Washington School of Psychiatry, Southern Maryland: Presenter
 
Dombo, E. (2010).  Vicarious Trauma: Identifying and Addressing Reactions to Our Work.  Washington School of Psychiatry, Southern Maryland: Presenter
 
Dombo, E. (2010).  Addressing the Impact of Trauma Work on Social Work Providers: Understanding the Cost of Vicarious Trauma and Strategies for Organizational Change.  Changing Health: 6th Annual International Conference on Health and Mental Health, University College Dublin, Ireland: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2010).  Facing Difficult Challenges: Confronting Problematic Dynamics in Trauma Work. Doorways for Women and Families, Arlington, VA: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2010).  Self Care and the Worker.  Child and Families Services Administration, Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2010). Social Work Practice with Sexual Assault Survivors.  NASW Clinical Continuity Series, Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2010). Psychotherapy and Trauma Survivors. Affiliated Community Counselors, Inc., Rockville, MD: Presenter.
 
 Dombo, E. (2009). Self Care and the Worker.  Doorways for Women and Families, Arlington, VA: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2009). Attachment and Vicarious Trauma in Clinical Social Work. National Catholic School of Social Service, Washington, DC: Co-Organizer and Co-Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2009). Self Care and the Worker. Calvary Women’s Center, Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2009). Self Care and the Worker.  Catholic Charities, Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2009). Self Care and Vicarious Trauma.  Catholic Charities Retreat, Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2009). Vicarious Trauma and Self Care.  Fairfax County Government Social Work Month, Fairfax, VA: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2009). Working with Survivors of Sexual Assault.  Catholic University of America Counseling Center Staff Development Training, Washington, DC.
 
Dombo, E. (2009). Self-Care and the Social Worker.  NASW Hot Topics Series, Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2008).  Self-Care and the Social Worker. ESM Cares Social Workers, Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2008). Addressing Dynamics of Working with Difficult Clients. Montgomery County Abused Persons Program Annual Retreat, Chevy Chase, MD: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2008). Vicarious Trauma and Self Care.  ESM Cares Social Workers, Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2008).  Sexual Violence and Persons with Disabilities.  National Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2008). Self-Care and the Social Worker,” NCSSS Annual Field Instructor Conference, Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2008). Self-Care and the Social Work Students. The Catholic University of America, National Catholic School of Social Service, Washington, DC.
 
Dombo, E. (2008). Self-Care and the Social Worker.  Children’s Hospital Social Work Month Event, Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2007).  Self-Care and Victim Advocacy.  Montgomery County Abused Persons Program Annual Retreat, Chevy Chase, MD: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2007). Self-Care and the Social Worker. The Society for Social Work Leadership in Healthcare Conference, Washington, DC: Presenter and Panel Moderator.
 
Dombo, E. (2007). Self-Care and Trauma.  Ohio Legal Rights Commission, Cleveland, OH: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2007). Self-Care: The Social Worker’s Responsibility.  National Social Work Month Conference, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2007). Self-Care: The Social Worker’s Responsibility. National Association of Social Workers Annual Conference, Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2006). Self-Care: The Social Worker’s Responsibility. National Catholic School of Social Service Fifth Annual Homecoming Conference, The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2006). Sexual Violence and Persons with Disabilities. A Call to Action: Ending Violence Against Women with Disabilities Conference Sponsored by House of Ruth Maryland, Towson, MD: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2006). Couples Therapy with Survivors of Sexual Violence.  DC Rape Crisis Center, Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2006). Couples Therapy with Survivors of Sexual Violence.  University of Maryland School of Social Work Continuing Professional Education, Baltimore, MD: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2006). Vicarious Trauma and Self Care.  HIV/AIDS Case Managers Conference, Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2006). Vicarious Trauma and Self Care. Edgewood/Brookland Family Collaborative, Washington, DC. : Presenter
 
Dombo, E. (2006). Vicarious Trauma and Self Care. Field Instructor Conference, National Catholic School of Social Service, Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2006). Vicarious Trauma and Self Care. St. Luke’s Institute, Silver Spring, MD: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2006). Vicarious Trauma and Self Care.  Family Ties Project, Catholic Charities, Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2005). Working with Survivors of Sexual Assault: Special Considerations for Vulnerable Populations. University of Maryland School of Social Work Continuing Professional Education, Baltimore, MD: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2004). Sexual Violence and Persons with Disabilities.  Joseph P. Kennedy Institute Staff Training. Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2004). Crisis Intervention with Sexual Assault Survivors.  Marymount University Resident Advisors. Arlington, VA: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2004). Sexual Assault and the Older Adult. Shadows of the Past Workshop Series, DC Rape Crisis Center. Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2003). The Impact of Sexual Abuse on Children and Adults: Effective Interventions for Healing.  Shadows of the Past Workshop Series, DC Rape Crisis Center. Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2002). Abuse in Later Life. Creating New Partnerships Conference, Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Ellicott City, MD: Co-Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2002). Moving Beyond Stuck Points: Addressing Barriers to Progress in Healing.  Shadows of the Past Workshop Series, DC Rape Crisis Center. Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
Dombo, E. (2002). Interventions with Survivors of Sexual Violence.  The Catholic University of American Counseling Center Staff and Interns. Washington, DC: Presenter.
 
 
 
Grady, M.
 

Wike, T., Bledsoe, S.E., Bellamy, J., Dinata, E., Grady, M.D., Killian, C., & Rosenberg, K. (2012).  Predicting coordinated agency-university partnerships to promote evidence-based practice and empirically supported interventions: Results from a national survey.  Paper, Society for Social Work and Research Annual Conference, 16th Annual Conference “Research That Makes a Difference: Advancing Practice and Shaping Public Policy”, Washington, DC.

  
Grady, M.D., Bennett, S., Duncan-Daston, R. (2011).  Dynamics and social work: Teaching empirically supported psychodynamic therapy to MSW students.  Think Tank, Counsel on Social Work Education 57th Annual Program Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
 
Drisko, J.W., & Grady, M.D. (2011).  Thorough clinical assessment: The hidden foundation of evidence-based practice (EBP).  Paper, Counsel on Social Work Education 57th Annual Program Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
 
Collins, K., Grady, M.D., & Bledsoe, S.E. (2011).  Evidence-based Practice in SW Education: Can common elements move us forward?  Think Tank, Counsel on Social Work Education 57th Annual Program Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
 
Bledsoe, S.E., Bellamy, J.L., Wike, T., Grady, M.D., & Dinata, E. (2011).  Partnering with community agencies to advance evidence-based social work practice: Can we identify a triple-win model?  Think Tank, Counsel on Social Work Education 57th Annual Program Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  
Pettus-Davis, C., Grady, M.D., Edwards, D., & Guo, S. (2011).  Does sex offender treatment work?  Using propensity score analysis to understand the effects of volunteerism and treatment on recidivism.  Symposium, Society for Social Work and Research 15th Annual Conference: Emerging Horizons for Social Work Research, Tampa, FL.
 
Pettus-Davis, C., Guo, S., & Grady, M.D. (2011). Corrective statistical modeling in program evaluation: A comparison of propensity score methods and a conventional covariate control analysis using a sample of treated and untreated volunteers for a sex offender treatment program.  Oral Presentation, Society for Social Work and Research 15th Annual Conference: Emerging Horizons for Social Work Research, Tampa, FL.
 
Grady, M.D., Powers, J.D., & Despard, M.D. (2010).  The Implicit Factors Survey: Measuring the implicit curriculum in social work education.  Poster, Counsel on Social Work Education 56th Annual Program Meeting, Portland, OR.
 
Chapman, M.V., Bledsoe, S.E., Brigham, R.B., & Grady, M.D. (2010).  Teaching empirically supported practice: Overcoming real-world barriers in social work education.  Think Tank, Counsel on Social Work Education 56th Annual Program Meeting, Portland, OR.
 
Wike, T.L., Bledsoe, S.E., Bellamy, J., Grady, M.D., Dinata, E., & Rosenberg, K. (2010).  Training program Web sites’ inclusion of evidence-based practice: Implications for social work practice.  Paper, Counsel on Social Work Education 56th Annual Program Meeting, Portland, OR.
 
Grady, M.D., & McCreary, M. (2010).  Navigating to the polestar: With parents suffering from diseases of mental illness, alcoholism, substance abuse or other addictive disorders.  North Carolina Annual Family Law Conference, Charleston, SC.
 
Grady, M.D., & Bledsoe, S.E. (2008).  Mental health assessments.  Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina’s 26th Statewide Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, Winston-Salem, NC.
 
 
Invited Conference Presentations
 

 

 
Grady, M.D. (2011). Panelist. Careers in mental health. UNC Department of Psychology, Chapel Hill, NC.
 
Grady, M.D. (2010).  Between a rock and a hard place: Ethical challenges for social workers and evidence based practice.  Duke University Medical Center Department of Social Work, Durham, NC.
 
Grady, M.D. (2010).  Vicarious trauma: Its impact on mental health workers.  Annual Children's Services State of the Art Conference, Morehead City, NC.
 
Grady, M.D. (2010).  Between a rock and a hard place: Ethical challenges for social workers and evidence based practice.  Keynote Speaker for UNC-Chapel Hill School of Social Work Field Supervisors, Chapel Hill, NC.
 
Grady, M.D. (2010).  Panelist. Case review: Consideration of PTSD in trauma patients.  21st Annual Trauma Symposium, Wilmington, NC.
 
Grady, M.D. (2009). Between a rock and a hard place: Ethical challenges for social workers and evidence based practice.  UNC-Chapel Hill School of Social Work Alumni Lecture, Chapel Hill, NC.
 
Grady, M.D. (2009). Panelist.  The current state of SORNA: Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act.  North Carolina Association for the Management and Treatment of Sex Offenders, Greensboro, NC.
 
Grady, M.D. (2008).  Ethical issues in the treatment of sexual offenders.  UNC School of Social Work Clinical Lecture Series, Chapel Hill, NC.
 
Grady, M.D. (2007).  Research update for clinicians who treat sexual offenders.  North Carolina Association for the Management and Treatment of Sex Offenders, Greensboro, NC.
 
 
Trainings
 
Grady, M.D., & Bryant, J. (2011).  Cultural competence in parent education.  Center for Cooperative Parenting, Chapel Hill, NC.
 
Grady, M.D. (2010).  Vicarious trauma: Its impact on mental health workers. North Carolina Association for the Management and Treatment of Sex Offenders. Greensboro, NC.
 
Grady, M.D. (2010).  Vicarious trauma: Its impact on mental health workers .Eastern Area Health Education Center, Greenville, NC.
 
Grady, M.D. (2010).  Divorce and its impact on children and families.  Eastern Area Health Education Center, Greenville, NC.
 
Grady, M.D. (2010). Vicarious trauma: Its impact on mental health workers. Wake County Department of Human Services, Raleigh, NC.
 
Brantley, H.T., Bryant, J., Prelipp, S., & Grady, M.D. (2009).  Parent coordination training for professionals.  Center for Cooperative Parenting, Chapel Hill, NC.
 
Grady, M.D. (2009).  Vicarious trauma: Its impact on mental health workers.  W.G. "Bill" Hefner VA Medical Center, Salisbury, NC.
 
Grady, M.D. (2008).  Adolescent sex offenders: Assessment and treatment.  Area Health Education Center, Greensboro, NC.
 
Brantley, H.T., Bryant, J., Prelipp, S., & Grady, M.D. (2008).  Parent coordination training for professionals.  Center for Cooperative Parenting, Office of Family Court, Charlotte, NC.
 
Grady, M.D. (2008, February).  Adolescent sex offenders: Assessment and treatment.  Area Health Education Center, Fayetteville, NC.
 
Grady, M.D. (2007).  Adolescent sex offenders: Assessment and treatment.  Area Health Education Center, Greenville, NC.
 
Grady, M.D. (2007).  Introduction to cognitive behavioral therapy.  Area Health Education Center, Greensboro, NC.
 
Grady, M.D. (2006).  Adolescent sex offenders: Assessment and treatment.  Mountain Area Health Education Center, Asheville, NC.
 
Grady, M.D. (2006).  Adolescent sex offenders: Assessment and treatment.  Area Health Education Center, Charlotte, NC.
 
Grady, M.D. (2006).  Adolescent sex offenders: Assessment and treatment.  Area Health Education Center, Greensboro, NC.
 
 
Hill, A.
 
PEER REVIEWED PRESENTATIONS
 
Daughtery, L. & Hill, A.J. (2012).  Contemporary Issues in Child Welfare: The African
American Historical Perspective.  Paper presented at the Mississippi Child Welfare Institute Conference, Jackson, MS.
 
Hill, A.J. (2012).  African American Social Work Pioneers: Integrating Spirituality and
Community Practice.  Paper presented at the National Association of Black Social Workers Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.
 
Hill, A.J. & Donaldson, L. (2011).  Achieving Social Justice through the Integration of
Spirituality and Community Practice: Exploring the Possibilities. Paper presented at the North American Conference on Spirituality and Social Work, Washington, DC.
 
Hill, A. J. (2011).  A Survey of Dietary Practices in a Sample of African American
Youth.  Paper presented at the National Council for Black Studies conference, Cincinnati, OH.
 
Hill, A. J. & Brown, E. (2011).  Self-Perceptions of Obesity among African
American and Hispanic/Latino Youth: A Descriptive Study.  Poster presented at the National Council for Black Studies conference, Cincinnati, OH.
 
Hill, A. J. & Finger-Wright, D. (2011).  Depression and Risk Behaviors
among African American Youth who are Obese. Paper presented at the National Council for Black Studies conference, Cincinnati, OH.
 
Hill, A. J. & Finger-Wright, D. (2010). Depression and risks
behaviors among African American youth who are obese.  Poster presentation at the National Conference on African/Black Psychology, Tallahassee, Fl.
 
Hill, A. J. (2010).  Psychosocial predictors of African American adolescent
gambling behavior.  Poster presented at the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues Conference, New Orleans, LA.
 
Hill, A. J. (2010).  Psychosocial Correlates of Adolescent Gambling Behavior. 
Paper presented at Society of Social Work Research Conference, San
Francisco, CA.
 
Finger-Wright, D. & Hill, A. J. (2009).  The Role of Historically Black Colleges
and Universities in Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Rural African
American Communities. Poster presented at Council on social Work Education,
55th APM, San Antonio, TX.
 
Hill, A. J. (2009).  Alcohol and Substance Use: Predictors of Adolescent
Gambling Behavior.  Poster presented at Metro DC Chapter, NASW Conference, Washington, DC.
 
Hill, A. J. (2009).  Empowering Neighborhoods for Social Change through
Community Leader Engagement: An Advocacy Tool.  Paper presented Metro DC Chapter, NASW Conference.
 
Hill, A. J. (2007). Alcohol and Substance Use: Predictors of Adolescent
Gambling Behavior.  Paper presented at the Council on Social Work Education, 53rd APM, San Francisco, CA, 90-minute paper session.
 
Hill, A. J. (2007).  Psychosocial Correlates of Adolescent Gambling.  Poster
presented at the Metro DC Chapter, NASW Conference.
 
Hill A. J. (2006).  Use of Web Based Technology to Enhance Teaching &
Learning in a Social Work Policy Course.  Poster presented at the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Washington, DC.
 
Brade, K., Bryant, D., Grant, S., Hagins, W., & Hill, A. J. (2005). Contributions of African American Social Workers to the Profession.  Paper presented at the Council on Social Work Education, 51st APM, New York, NY.
 
Brade, K. & Hill, A. J. (2004). Discovering Resilience: Empowering
Students for Healthy Responses to Trauma. Paper presented at the UNCF – Patterson Research Institute Conference, Washington, DC.
 
 
Shields, J.
 
 
PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS
 
International
 
Shields, J. J., Delany, P. J., & Verdieck, M.J. (2010).  Alcohol use, religiosity and mentalhealth status: Findings from the United States National Survey on Drug Use and Health. Paper presented at the 6th International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health, Dublin, Ireland. (Refereed)
 
National
 
Shields, J. J., Blome, W.W. & Delany, P.J. (2010).  The delivery of services in substance
abuse treatment programs: Comparing faith-based and secular providers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Social Work and Research, San Francisco, CA. (Refereed)
 
Shields, J., & Delany, P. (2008).  Using the NIAAA clinician’s guide: Implications for
undergraduate education in social work.  Workshop presented at the annual meeting of the Baccalaureate Program Directors (BPD), Destin, FL. (Referred)
 
Delany, P., & Shields, J. (2008).  From evidence to practice: The NIAAA clinicians
guide for helping people who drink too much.  Workshop presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Work and Research, Washington, DC. (Refereed)
 
Delany, P., & Shields, J. (2007).  Using NIAAA’s clinician guide: Helping patients who
drink too much.  Workshop conducted at the Annual Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, San Francisco, CA. (Refereed)
 
Larkin, H., Shields, J., & Delany, P. (2007).  Systems integration in substance abuse
treatment programs: Organization and client correlates.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, San Francisco, CA. (Refereed)
 
Delany, P.J., Shields, J.J., & Roberts, D.L. (2006).  Program and client characteristics as
predictors of availability of social support services in drug abuse treatment programs.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Work and Research, San Antonio, TX. (Refereed)
 
Shields, J.J., & Delany, P.J. (2002).  Integrating Public Health and Public Safety
Concerns: Care Management for the Drug Using Individual in the Criminal Justice System.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society
 
 

Local
 
 Delany, P. J., & Shields, J.J. (2009).  Organizational correlates of addictions service
delivery.  Paper presented to the Office of Applied Studies, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Rockville, MD. (Invited)
 
Shields, J.J., & Delany, P.J. (2005).  Religion and substance abuse treatment:
The development of an ecological model.  Paper presented to the Office of Applied Studies, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Rockville, MD. (Invited)
 
 
 
Millstein, R. A.
SELECTED PRESENTATIONS
Millstein, R. A. (2009,)  Unemployment: Is there a job for everyone who wants it?  Presentation for the Les Aspin Center for Government, Washington, DC. 
 
Millstein, R. A. (2009, January).  NIH investment in social work research: Promise vs. achievement.  Paper presented at the annual program meeting of the Society for Social Work and Research, New Orleans, LA.
 
Millstein, R. A. (2008,).  NIDA at 35: From ADAMHA to NIH, January 1992 - February 1994.  Paper presented at the 35th anniversary symposium of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, Washington, DC.
 
Richardson, F.
 
Presentations and Courses Taught:
 
Richardson, F. (2008). Working-Through & Termination in Psychoanalysis & Psychotherapy (TIMH&IPPNJ).
 
Richardson, F. (2008). Transference & Countertransference in Psychoanalysis & Psychotherapy (TIMH& IPPNJ)
 
Richardson, F. (2008). The Meaning of the Gift in Treatment: Gifts Given and Received by Patient and Therapist (IPPNJ and Perth Amboy Mental Health Center).
 
Richardson, F. (2008).  Essential Elements in Dealing with Trauma: Ego-strengthening, Being in the Body, Integration and Meaning (Overlook Hospital) NJ.