2003 Oxford Symposium
Keble College • Oxford • August 10th to 15th

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Presentation Presenter
Needed – A Re-conceptualization of School Counseling

John Friesen, PhD
Emeritus Professor, Department of  Counselling Psychology, School of Education,
University of British Columbia, Vancouver,
British Columbia, Canada

Developments in Training School-Based Family Counselors: 
The School-Based Family Counseling (SBFC) Graduate Program at California State University, Los Angeles

Michael Carter, PhD
Associate Professor, Division of Administration and Counseling, School of Education,
California State University, Los Angeles, United States

The Effects of a Psycho-Educational Program Fostering Pro-Social Life Skills at a Children’s Home

Ilze van der Merwe, PhD
Professor, Department of Psychology,
Rand Afrikaans University, Auckland Park, South Africa

Combating Social Ills with School-Based Family Counselling

Chiam Heng Keng, PhD
Lecturer, Department of Education Psychology and Counseling, Faculty of Education, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Teacher Burnout:  Counselor Strategies For Intervention

Br. Ray Vercruysse, C.F.C.
Adjunct Professor, Institute for Catholic Educational Leadership, School of Education,
University of San Francisco,
San Francisco,California, United States

Mediated Learning for Childcare Workers and Students:  Applications of Bridging to Home, School and Community

Lilian Lomofsky, PhD
Senior Lecturer, Department of Educational Psychology, Faculty of Education, University of the Western Cape, Bellville, South Africa

Integrating Pastoral Care in Schools with the Enhancement of Family Resilience: A New Zealand Project for Migrant Families

Hans Everts, PhD
Coordinator of Counsellor Education and Senior Lecturer, School of Education, University of  Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand

A Procedural Model for Assessment and Treatment in School-Based Family Counseling

Michael Carter, PhD
Associate Professor, Division of Administration and Counseling, School of Education,
California State University, Los Angeles, United States

A Psychodynamic Cognitive-Behavioral Systems Approach to School-Based Family Counseling

Salome Dineros, PsyD
Administrative Director, University of San Francisco Center for Child and Family Development,
San Francisco, California, United States

Mapping Assets in School-Based Family Counseling

Irma Eloff, PhD
Professor and Head, Department of Educational Psychology University of Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa

Asset-Based Trends in Inclusive Education and HIV/AIDS Programmes

Liesel Ebersohn, PhD
Senior Lecturer, Department of Educational Psychology, University of Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa

School-Based Family Counselling in a South African School
or Special Education

Ronél Ferreira, MA
Lecturer, Department of Educational Psychology, University of Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa

Parents’ Perceptions of School-Based Family Counselling in a South African School for Special Education

Carien Lubbe, MA
Lecturer, Department of Educational Psychology, University of Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa

Living With Loss, Learning To Heal:  Children, Families, Communities And Schools

Nancy Iverson, MD
Staff Pediatrician, California-Pacific Medical Center,
San Francisco, California, United States

Three Models for Providing Mental Health Services to Students and Their Families:  Training Mentor Families;  Drug Prevention for Teenage Girls;  Primary School Adjustment Project Dale Fryxell, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Chaminade University, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Therapeutic Interventions in the Aftermath of School Violence:  Guidelines for Mental Health Professionals Maria Marchetti-Mercer, PhD
Associate Professor and Head, Department of Psychology,
University of Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa
The Evolution of a School-Based Family Counseling Center
in Central Texas

Michael Carns, PhD
Associate Professor, and
Ann Carns, PhD
Associate Professor (retired),
Department of Educational Administration,
Southwest Texas State University,
San Marcos, Texas, United States