82nd Annual Convention Poster Presentation Schedule

Program is subject to change at any time without notice

Friday, April 20, 2018

POSTER TITLE AUTHOR(S)
Personality Factors and Their Impact on PTSD and Post-Traumatic Growth is Mediated by Coping Style Among OIF/OEF Veterans

Elsa Mattson, B.S.; Brain Sciences Center- Minneapolis VA, Department of Psychology University of Minnesota

Assessing Negative Consequences of Social Media Use: A Scale for Practitioners Erin E. Ayala, Ph.D., LP; Saint Mary's University of Minnesota
Impact of a Graduate Diversity Study Abroad on Counselor's Cultural Competence Development

Habib Salama, M.A.; Doctoral Student (Psy.D), Graduate School of Professional Psychology, University of St. Thomas

Len Jennings, Ph.D., LP; Professor, Graduate School of Professional Psychology, University of St. Thomas

How Dare I Speak: A Critical Analysis of the Therapeutic Environment from the Voice of Female Sex Offenders
Skye Davis, LICSW, LADC; Brakins Consulting LLC, Doctoral Student (Psy.D.), Graduate School of Professional Psychology, University of St. Thomas
Workplace Climate and Satisfaction in Sexual Minority Populations

Alexander Tatum, M.S.; Doctoral Intern, University of St. Thomas

Qualitatively Derived Definitions of Emotional Infidelity among Professional Women in Cross-Sex Relationships

Lindsey Morrissey, M.A.; Doctoral Intern, University of St. Thomas

Who am I? Who are they?: The Qualities of Online and Offline Self-Other Relationships Nathalie R. Henaine, M.A.; Pre-Doctoral Intern, University of St. Thomas

 

Saturday, April 21, 2018

POSTER TITLE AUTHOR(S)
Increasing Interoception through Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga Kristin Johnson, M.A.; Oklahoma Forensic Center, Doctoral Student (Psy.D.), Saint Mary's University of Minnesota
Predictors of Psychological Well-Being Among Significant Others of TBI Survivors

Elizabeth Fleming, M.A.; Minnesota Department of Corrections - Pre-Doctoral Resident, Doctoral Student (Psy.D.), Saint Mary's University of Minnesota

Cortisol Awakening Response, Internalizing Symptoms and Life Satisfaction in Emerging Adults

Li Shen Chong (Jesslyn), B.S.; University of Minnesota Center for Twins and Family Research, University of Minnesota DeYoung Personality Lab, University of Minnesota Department of Psychiatry

Pilot Study Findings: Impact of Social Cognition and Interaction Training on Social and Vocational Outcomes in Veterans with Serious Mental Illness

Cody Schulte, B.A.; Graduate Student, Minnesota State University, Mankato

Tasha Nienow, Ph.D., LP; Staff Psychologist, Minneapolis VAHCS and Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota

How to Enhance Competency and Clinical Aptitude with the Deafblind Population

Brittany L. Griffin, B.S.; Doctoral Student (Psy.D.), Minnesota School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University

Providing Culturally Sensitive Care to Transgender and Gender Non-conforming Adults in Primary Care Behavioral Health

Kelsey B. Thompson, Psy.D.; Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Hennepin County Medical Center

Rebecca M. Floyd, Ph.D.; Hennepin County Medical Center

Religious Affiliation, Mental Health and Suicide Risk, and Attitudes Towards Suicide

Lamisa Chowdhury; University of Minnesota Department of Psychology

 

Diversity Statement

The Minnesota Psychological Association actively encourages the participation of all psychologists regardless of age, creed, race, ethnic background, gender, socio-economic status, region of residence, physical or mental status, political beliefs, religious or spiritual affiliation, and sexual or affectional orientation.Although we are an organization of individuals from diverse cultures and backgrounds, the Minnesota Psychological Association also recognizes our core unifying identities as Psychologists who practice in America. We also recognize that we may hold unintentional attitudes and beliefs that influence our perceptions of and interactions with others. Within this context of unity and self-exploration, we are committed to increasing our sensitivity to all aspects of diversity as well as our knowledge and appreciation of the unique qualities of different cultures and backgrounds.We aspire to becoming alert to aspects of diversity, previously unseen or unacknowledged in our culture. In this spirit, we are committed to collaborating with multicultural groups to combat racism and other forms of prejudice as we seek to promote diversity in our society. To this end, we are dedicated to increasing our multicultural competencies and effectiveness as educators, researchers, administrators, policy makers, and practitioners.