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CAHSS Faculty, Students and Alum Present at 2018 International Family Association World Congress in Thailand

Wendel Ray, Ph.D., John Miller, Ph.D., Keynote Speaker, Michael Reiter, Ph.D., Faith Jung, Antoinette Edmonds, and Ben-Gassendi St. Juste

Wendel Ray, Ph.D., John Miller, Ph.D., Keynote Speaker, Michael Reiter, Ph.D., Faith Jung, Antoinette Edmonds, and Ben-Gassendi St. Juste

Michael Reiter, Ph.D., faculty in the Department of Family Therapy (DFT) in NSU’s College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS), three DFT doctoral students, and an alumnus presented at the 2018 International Family Therapy Association World Congress held in Bangkok, Thailand. Reiter gave two presentations, “Theme Song for Change: Using Music to Enhance Client Resources,” and “Solution-Focused Sculpting.”

Three DFT doctoral students gave presentations. Faith Jung’s presentation was entitled, “Solution-Focused Sex Therapy: Working with Couples who Experience Non-chronic Sexual Difficulties.” Antoinette Edmonds presented a workshop entitled, “Therapist Expectations: Burnout and Supervision.” Ben-Gassendi St. Juste’s presentation was entitled, “Couples, Pre-marital Counseling, and Exercise.”

Wendel Ray, Ph.D., alumnus of the doctoral program in DFT was a featured speaker at the conference. Ray graduated with his Ph.D. in 1989 in the first group of doctoral graduates from DFT. Currently he is the Don D. Jackson Archivist and a professor in the Marriage and Family Program at the University of Louisiana at Monroe.