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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Garvey P.E. Center Multipurpose Room
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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.Click here for more information.
Beth Fisher 316-295-5629 email@example.com
FOR NOVEMBER ONLYOlive White Garvey Business Technology Building (BTB), room 103
Beth Christensen, M.S., LCMFT, will present “Playing Games: Play Therapy Techniques” as part of the Master of Science in Family Therapy program's Noontime Forum.Click here for more information.
Sebits Auditorium in the Riney Fine Arts Center
The event is open to the public. General admission is $3. Friends University students may attend free with their student ID. For more information, click here.
Casado Campus Center Atrium
Friends University is having an open house for its Cisco Networking Academy, Graduate School, Degree Completion Program (DCP) and Program for Adult College Education (PACE)
Department of Religion and Humanities316firstname.lastname@example.org
Olive White Garvey Business and Technology Building, room 103
For more information, visit http://www.friends.edu/academics/ministers-seminar.
"A Personal Journey in Psychology and the Law" presented by Lacy Pore Gilmore, assistant public defender; attorney at law; and Friends University psychology alumnaFor more information, visit http://blogs.kansas.com/courts/2009/07/22/common-law-episode-2-a-public-defender