Friends University

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Science 100

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Alumni Auditorium

Free and open to the public with reception to follow.

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Wichita Scottish Rite
332 East 1st Street North
Wichita, KS 67202

When was the last time you had a great conversation?

Friends University will offer an evening of in-depth conversation and dialogue about important community topics during its Great Conversation! event March 9 at Wichita Scottish Rite from 6:30 to 9 p.m.

Choose from a broad set of topics hosted by prominent community moderators and Friends University faculty. Seating is limited for this new, unique community event, so make your reservations soon!

 

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Beth Fisher
316-295-5629
bethf@friends.edu

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Marriage and Family Therapy facility

Dr. Paul White will present "ADHD Without Meds: A Research Based Cognitive Training Intervention with an 80 Percent Success Rate" as part of the Master of Science in Family Therapy program's Noontime Forum.

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Beth Fisher
316-295-5629
bethf@friends.edu

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Marriage and Family Therapy facility

Dr. Joyce Webb will present “Managing Self in the Context of Intimacy; The Influence of Attachment” as part of the Master of Science in Family Therapy program's Noontime Forum.

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Beth Fisher
316-295-5629
bethf@friends.edu

Location: 

Marriage and Family Therapy facility

Sandra Charbonneau, JD, LBSW, will present “Juvenile Court and Mental Health: How to Work Together” as part of the Master of Science in Family Therapy program's Noontime Forum.

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Terri Erker
316-295-5835
chili_cookoff@friends.edu

Location: 

Garvey P.E. Center Multipurpose Room

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Beth Fisher
316-295-5629
bethf@friends.edu

Location: 

Marriage and Family Therapy facility

Carol Hammon-Paulson, Ph.D., DMin, ARNP, will present “Heart-focused Biofeedback: Using Heart-Rate Variability for Enhanced Emotional and Physical Health” as part of the Master of Science in Family Therapy program's Noontime Forum.

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