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2010 KPA Member accomplishments

  1. 1. Highlighting <br />KPA Members<br />2010: <br />A Year of Accomplishments<br />
  2. 2. Bryan D. Carter, Ph.D.<br />APA Monitor, July/August 2010<br />
  3. 3. Lisa Cheney, Psy.D.<br />Welcomed son Samuel "Holden" Cheney on Aug. 22, 2010<br />
  4. 4. Pamala Cotton, Ph.D.<br />First book published <br />in 2010!<br />Mindful Resilience:  Navigating the Labyrinth of Change in Times of Challenge is a memoir and self-help book that integrates mindfulness and resilience in stories and concepts, offering guidance in facing life's challenges.  <br />The website for more information is www.mindfulresilience.com.  <br />
  5. 5. Jennifer Degler, Ph.D.<br />First book published <br />in May 2010!<br />Title: No More Christian Nice Girl: <br />When Just Being Nice--Instead of Good--Hurts You, <br />Your Family, and Your Friends.<br />Authors: Paul Coughlin and Jennifer Degler, Ph.D.<br />Publisher: Bethany House Publishers<br />
  6. 6. Anthony J. Headley, Ph.D.<br />Fourth book published <br />in 2010!<br />Family Crucible: <br />The Influence of Family Dynamics in the Life <br />and Ministry of John Wesley<br />“The book involves a psychological and historical look at Methodism's founder, utilizing Alfred Adler's concept of early recollections and Murray Bowen's Extended Family System Theory.”<br />
  7. 7. Frankie B. Kropp, M.S., LICDC<br />Co-authored 3 published articles in 2010!<br />A method to diagnose opioid dependence resulting from heroin versus prescription opioids using the Composite International Diagnostic Interview.<br />Increasing Prenatal Care and Healthy Behaviors in Pregnant Substance Users.<br />Incentives for Retention of Pregnant Substance Users: A Secondary Analysis.<br />
  8. 8. Michael R. Nichols, Ph.D.<br />Received the Cheryl M. HogleDistinguished Service Award from National Omicron Delta Kappa Honor Society.<br />Dr. Nichols is current a Visiting Professor of Psychology at Transylvania University<br />
  9. 9. Pat Pernicano, Ph.D.<br />2 Books Published <br />in 2010! <br />Published by Jason Aronson Press of Rowman and Littlefield<br />Family Focused Trauma Intervention: Using Metaphor and Play with Victims of Abuse and Neglect<br />Metaphor and Play in Child <br />Therapy: Of Magic and Miracles<br />
  10. 10. Larry M. Raskin, Ph.D., CDCH <br />President of Psychology Resource Group in Louisville, Dr. Raskin has received several commendations from the U.S.  Army for his work with the children and families of our soldiers.  These include Certificates of Appreciation from the  Commanding General and the Garrison Commander for his "Exceptional Support to the families at Ft. Knox who have persons with disabilities."  The US Army also flew a flag over the Garrison Command at Camp Taji, Iraq, in July in honor of his 70th birthday.<br />
  11. 11. Sheila A. Schuster, Ph.D.<br />Received numerous awards from Community Organizations <br />in 2010<br />She also welcomed her 5th Grandchild, Baby Savanna! <br />
  12. 12. Felicia Smith, Ph.D.<br />Authored an article published in an academic journal, <br />Ethnicity and Health in 2010!<br />'I didn't feel like any of those things were me': results of a qualitative pilot study of race/ethnicity survey items with minority ethnic adolescents in the USA <br />
  13. 13. Drs. Amy & Nathan Wendell<br />Welcomed son Elijah Augustus Wendell on Sept. 22, 2010<br />
  14. 14. Macy Wyatt, Ph.D.<br />Dr. Macy Wyatt, center, receives honorary doctorate from Provost Rosemary Allen and President Crouch at Georgetown College for her service to the College and her profession<br />Dr. Wyatt was also featured in the <br />Georgetown News-Graphic on October 16, 2010 <br />
  15. 15. Highlighting KPA Members<br />KPA would like to share your <br />accomplishments on the <br />KPA Website<br />Send news and photos to kpa@kpa.org<br />
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