2006 Oxford Symposium
Brasenose College • Oxford • August 6th to 11th

If you would like more information about one of the presentations or to be put in touch with one of the presenters
please contact the Symposium coordinator at Ptrgeiger@aol.com


Presentation Presenter
The Contribution of the Oxford Symposia to School-Based Family Counselling—Development of a Vision and its Implications for Research

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

Student Success Teams: 
A California Approach to Addressing School Violence

Betty Taylor, PhD
Professor:  Department of Organization and Leadership, School of Education, University of San Francisco,
San Francisco, California,United States

Voluntary School-Based Programs for the Under-Privileged Children in Remote Areas of China:   Reflections on Social Work Values and Helping Techniques

Poon Pik Sheung, BA
Professional Trainer  and  
Irene Wong Lai Kuen, PhD
Course Co-ordinator:  Social Work Professional Practice Centre, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University,
Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong
  


A Positive and Proactive Approach to Youth  Development:  Aiming to Encourage Kids to Decide “Who” They Want to Be

 

Karen Rathman, MA
Visiting Scholar:  Stanford University Center on Adolescence,
Stanford, California, United States

The Great Divide:  Providing Mental Health Services in the Educational Setting to Children with Severe Mental Disorders

Judy Stephenson, PhD
Counselor:  Brewster Middle School, Camp Lejeune
North Carolina, United States

Si Se Puede:  A High School Class’ Experience with Bereavement

Nancy Iverson, MD
Pediatric Consultant:  Comfort for Kids, Hospice of the East Bay and Coordinator of Support Groups: 
Living with Illness, and Living with Loss,
Support for Families of Children with Disabilities, Institute for Health and Healing, California-Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco, California

           

Calgary Mental Health Transitions Classroom

Teresita A. José, PhD
Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychology,
Programme in Clinical Psychology & Division of Applied Psychology,
University of Calgary, and Psychologist,
Children’s Mental Health Portfolio and
Aranka Rosettis, BSW, RSW
Manager: Clinical Development, Child and Adolescent Mental Health and High Needs Complex Kids,
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Portfolio,
Calgary Health Region, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Developing Family Support Systems

R.K. Janmeja Singh, PhD
Adjunct Professor:  School of Psychology
School of   Education, University of California
at Berkeley, Dublin, California, United States

Repartnering Parents and Their Children

Presenter: Claire Cartwright, PhD
Senior Lecturer & Director of Psychology Clinic: 
The Department of Psychology, Tamaki Campus, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand

The Inner World of the Immigrant Child: A Case Study

Cristina Igoa, EdD
Adjunct Professor:  Educational Counseling Psychology, University of Notre Dame de Namur, Belmont, California, United States

‘The Road Less Travelled’—Troubled and Complex Pathways to Development for Children Traumatised by Abuse

Margarita Frederico, PhD
Associate Professor & Director:  Postgraduate Programs, School of Social Work and Social Policy,
La Trobe University, Bundoora, Australia

School-Based Counselling:  A Scottish Case Study

Michael Hough, MA
Senior Lecturer:  Counselling Unit, Faculty of Education, University of Strathclyde
Glasgow, United Kingdom

Family & Children’s Mental Health Services Across National Boundaries:  A Personal Overview

Teresita A. José, PhD
Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychology,
Programme in Clinical Psychology & Division of Applied Psychology, University of Calgary, and Psychologist, Children’s Mental Health Portfolio, Calgary Health Region, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

School-Based Interventions for Students with Depressive Disorders

Richard Auger, PhD
Associate Professor:  Counseling & Student Personnell, College of Education, Minnesota State University, Mankato, Mankato,
Minnesota, United States

School-Based Gambling Surveys:  Implications for Prevention of Problem Gambling Among Adolescents

Irene Wong Lai Kuen, PhD
Course Co-ordinator:  Social Work Professional Practice Centre, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University,
Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong


Mission Possible:  A School-Based Family Counseling Program Based on a Private Practice Model

 

Christine Tippett, LCSW, MFT
Adjunct Professor:  University of San Francisco, Sacramento Campus, Scaramento,
California, United States