2004 Oxford Symposium
Brasenose College • Oxford • August 8th to 13th
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please contact the Symposium coordinator at Ptrgeiger@aol.com


Presentation Presenter
Vision and Challenge in School-Based Family Counselling

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

Mrs. McGraw’s Last Stand~ Helping the Family: 
the Legal-Psychological Interface

Jeannette Josse, MD
Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist, Cambridge,
United Kingdom and Master Caroline Willbourne, Bencher, Inner Temple,
London, United Kingdom            

Reality and Opportunity: School-Based Family Counseling in Lebanon

Huda Ayyash-Abdo, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology and Education, Lebanese American University,
Chouran-Beirut, Lebanon

Childhood Onset Bipolar Disorder: Diagnostic Criteria, Educational Programs and Family Counseling

Karina von Middendorf, PhD
Marriage and Family Therapist, Belvedere-Tiburon, California, United States

Playing with Archetypal Potentialities:  Famling

George Euvrard, PhD
Professor and Dean, Department of Education,
Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa,and Gwenda Euvrard, MA
Psychologist, Grahamstown, South Africa

Evaluation of a School-Based Cancer Education Programme and its Impact on Peer Acceptance for Children with Cancer

Vicky Tan, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Social
Work & Psychology,
National University of Singapore, Singapore

Counsellor Training in Family Studies

Helen Krige, MA
Lecturer, Department of Educational Psychology,
Rand Afrikaans University,
Auckland Park, South Africa

The Compass Program:  Principles of Life Coaching Applied in the Removal of Self Limiting Thoughts and Behaviors at Home and School

Jimmy Hicks and 
Br. Bob McGovern, C.F.C., Founders,
The Compass Program, Manalpan,
New Jersey, United States

Challenges Faced by Learners Orphaned by AIDS
and by Educators in South Africa

Mokgadi Moletsane, MA
Lecturer, Department of Educational Psychology,
Faculty of Education,
University of Pretoria, South Africa

Dr. Abraham Low's Recovery Incorporated:
Implications for School-Based Family Counseling

Gordon Askwith, DSW
lately Director, Children’s Aid Society of Halton County, Dundas, Ontario, Canada

School-Based Family Counseling:  Issues in Supervision and Training

Alyse Danis, PhD
Director: Marketing and  
Jacqueline Shinefield, EdD
Director: Development, University of San   Francisco Center for Child and Family Development,
San Francisco, California, United States

School-Based Family Counseling: 
A Caring, Culturally Congruent Bridge to Diverse Communities

Marcel Soriano, PhD
President: Institute for School-Based Family Counseling,
San Francisco, California, United States

Crisis Intervention in School-Based Family Counseling

Chris Trailer, MA, MFT
Clinical Group Supervisor, University of San Francisco Center for Child and Family Development,
San Francisco, California, United States

The Impact of Planned Happenstance on Career Development

Pieter Basson, MA and
Ilze van der Merwe, PhD
Professors, Department of Psychology,
Rand Afrikaans University, Auckland Park, South Africa