University of Alaska Anchorage Records Guide to the UAA. Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies conference records

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1 University of Alaska Anchorage Records Guide to the UAA. Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies conference records Collection numer: UAA Creating office: University of Alaska Anchorage. Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies. Series title: UAA. Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies conference records. s: Volume of series: 5.3 cuic feet. Language of materials: Collection materials in English. Series summary: Conference documents and session recordings of conferences dealing with sustance ause, violence, and other social issues. Administrative history: The Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies (CAAS) was estalished y the Board of Regents in 1972 to address the prolem of sustance ause in Alaska. CAAS is housed within the Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies. Agency functions: CAAS conducts research that addresses sustance ause in Alaska. Research activities center on the stimulation and coordination of interdisciplinary and collaorative studies and the promotion of scientific interchanges of alcohol-and drug-related information. Series description: The collection consists of records of conferences held in Anchorage and presented y the University of Alaska Anchorage, Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies. Textual records consist of conference rochures, programs, proceedings, tape lists, and other materials. These include records from the following conferences: the Annual School on Addiction Studies (1979, , ), the Annual Children of Alcoholics Conference (1984, 1985, ), the Institute on Family Violence ( ), the Annual Mental Health Conference ( ), and the Annual Interpersonal Violence Symposium ( ). The audio recordings consist of 1150 audiocassettes of conference proceedings. The audiocassettes are from the following conferences: the Annual School on Addiction Studies ( ), the Annual Institute on Family Violence ( ), the Annual Mental Health Conference ( ), and the Annual Interpersonal Violence Symposium ( ). The conferences of 1989 to 1991 were referred to as the Tri-discipline Conferences, on the sujects of addiction studies, mental health, and interpersonal violence. Arrangement: The collection is arranged chronologically y conference date. The tapes are housed separately from the documents; the ox locations are noted in the container list elow.

2 Digitized copies: Digital copies of collection material not availale online. For information aout otaining digital copies, please contact Archives and Special Collections. Use restrictions: The University holds copyright only to those materials created y CAAS. Preferred citation: UAA. Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies conference records, Archives and Special Collections, Consortium Lirary, University of Alaska Anchorage. Works used in preparation of inventory: Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies (accessed Novemer 16, 2011). Custodial history: The records were transferred to the Archives y CAAS in Processing information: This collection was initially arranged and descried y Jeffrey Sinnott in The collection numer was re-assigned to a UAA records prefix and the guide to the collection reformatted to meet current standards y Arlene Schmuland in Container list: Box/ Numer 1/ Summer School on Alcohol and 1979 June 4-8 Addiction Studies rochure, program, and proceedings 1/2 Summer School on Alcohol and Addiction 1979 June 4-8 Studies, June 4-8, 1979, Anchorage Alaska proceedings (master typescript copy, 242 pages) 1/ Annual School on Alcohol and 1981 May 4-7 Addiction Studies program and proceedings 1/ Annual School on Addiction Studies 1982 May 3-6 program 1/5 The Ninth Annual School on Addiction 1983 May 2-6 Studies program 1/6 10th Annual School on Addiction Studies rochure 1984 April 30-May 4 2 K186-1 Keynote speaker: H. Stephen Glenn; Focus: 1984 April 30 addictions: Alaska's health challenge for the 80's 2 K186-2 Keynote speaker: Claude Steiner; Focus: The 1984 April 30 challenge opening up to new perspectives 2 K186-3a, Focus Alaska: Alcohol program in 1984 April 30

3 Numer 2 K186-6a, 2 K186-7a, Athaascan territory; Demit, Titus, Frank, Pedro, Miller and Thomas (2 The new perspective; Steiner ( April 30 Research update-toward a clearer understanding of the disease; Collins (2 2 K186-8 Keynote speaker: Larry Merculief; Focus: The force of culture in uilding self esteem 2 K186-9 Keynote speaker: Tim Cermak; Focus: The power of reality and the reality of power 2 K186-10a, Alcoholic/co-dependant family dynamics; Cermak (2 2 K186-11a, Continuum of violence: applications to alcohol ause, part I; Purdy/ Richards (2 2 K186-12a, Prevention through strengthening the family; Glenn (2 2 K The cocaine epidemic and "800-cocaine"; Jones 2 K186-14a, Current approaches to treating the disease; Collins (2 2 K186-15a, Healing alcoholism: a personal perspective, part I; Steiner (2 2 K Keynote speaker: Thomas Todd; Focus: Moilizing the family and other supports 2 K186-17a, Taking charge: kids advertising the good life; Hendricks (2 2 K186-18a, Continuum of violence: applications to alcohol ause, part II; Purdy/Richards (2 2 K186-19a, Reducing arriers to family involvement in treatment; Todd (2 2 K186-20a, Focus Alaska: the elders' perspective (2 2 K186-21a, Medical aspects of cocaine ause; Hughes (2 2 K186-22a, Understanding stress management; Breslow (2 2 K Treatment of women: truth and fiction; Middleton 2 K186-24a, Focus Alaska: one village's approach to its youth and alcohol ause; Merculief ( April April 30

4 Numer 2 K186-25a, The safe use of psychotropic drugs in the alcoholic and drug auser: a physicians workshop; Hughes (2 The typical cocaine addict and the course of treatment; Jones (2 Concepts of addiction: a roundtale discussion; Steiner, Todd, Collins (2 2 K186-26a, 2 K186-27a, 2 K Keynote speaker: Jane Middleton; Focus: 1984 May 2 Bridging the river 2 K What our grandmothers told us; Middleton 1984 May 2 2 K186-31a, Healing alcoholism: a personal perspective, 1984 May 2 part II; Steiner (2 2 K186-32a, Developmental issues for children of 1984 May 2 alcoholics; Cermak (2 2 K186-33a, Relapse prevention; Collins ( May 2 2 K Awards luncheon, speaker: Dr. Jane Jones; 1984 May 2 Focus: History of cocaine ause 2 K186-35a, Toward a general model of addiction; Todd 1984 May 2 (2 2 K186-36a, developing capale young people: an 1984 May 2 introduction; Glenn (2 2 K186-37a, Recovery process for adult children of 1984 May 2 alcoholics; Cermak (2 2 K Treating the cocaine addict; Jones 1984 May 2 2 K186-39ah Course: Marital and family therapy with 1984 May 3-4 sustance ause; Thomas Todd (8 2 K186-40ad Course: Developing capale young people: 1984 May 3-4 the program; H. Stephen Glenn (4 2 K186-41ad Course: Women, power and cultural roles; 1984 May 3-4 Jane Middleton (4 2 K186-42ae Course: Intense workshop in group therapy 1984 May 3-4 for adult children of alcoholics; Tim Cermak (5 1/7 Children of Alcoholics program 1984 Octoer /8 Institute on Family Violence rochure and program 1984 Decemer K331-1 Keynote address: Ending family violence: 1984 Decemer 10 challenge for the last frontier; Diana Russell 2 K331-2 Keynote address: Child ause: a systems perspective; Michael Groh 1984 Decemer 10

5 Numer 2 K331-3a, Child ause treatment issues; Michael Groh (2 2 K331-4a, Wife rape and acquaintance rape; Diana Russell (2 2 K331-6a, Safe home network; Charro Ridge, Lola Touk (2 2 K331-7a, Introduction to elder ause issues; Mary Quinn (2 2 K331-8 Generations irth: a family systems view of domestic violence; Jane Middleton 2 K331-9 Keynote address: The wisdom of elders, causes and solutions to Native American violence; Jane Middleton 2 K Self determination: a community approach to Native American domestic violence; Jane Middleton 2 K331-11a, Introduction to domestic violence offender treatment; Norm Nickle (2 3 K331-12a, Interviewing techniques with young victims of sexual assault; Phil Kaufman (2 3 K331-13a, Revictimization, why it happens: an examination over time; Diana Russell (2 3 K331-14a, Nonviolent parenting skills; Center For Children and Parents (2 3 K Keynote address: Elder ause: myth or reality?; Mary Quinn 3 K Strategies for intervention in elder ause; Mary Quinn 3 K331-18a, Changing role of Native women's identity; Cookie Guinn (2 3 K331-19a, Role of law enforcement in intervening in family violence; Susan Kaplan (2 3 K331-20a, Prevention of child ause; Michael Groh (2 3 K331-21a, Sex offender treatment, part I; Ron Eldridge (2 3 K331-23a, Sex offender treatment, part II; Ron Eldridge (2 3 K Impact of emotional ause on children; 3 K331-28a, Michael Groh Breaking through the denial of atterers and incest offenders; Norm Nickle, Fran Purdy ( Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer 12

6 Numer 3 K331-29a, Incest: eyond the myths; Diana Russell (2 3 K331-30a, Using the legal system to intervene in elder ause; Mary Quinn, Rosemary Haffner (2 3 K331-32a, Child sexual ause treatment; Ann Stockman (2 3 K Awards luncheon: Empowerment; Susan Kaplan 3 K331-36a, Child sexual ause prevention curricula in Alaska; Rosemary Murray, Susan Leddy (2 3 K331-37a, 3 K331-38a, 3 K331-39a, 3 K331-41ae 3 K331-43af 3 K331-44af 3 K331-45af Outreach, advocacy and community education: a rural perspective; Vivian March ( Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer 12 Expert witnessing techniques; Susan Kaplan 1984 Decemer 12 (2 Victim advocacy; Carla Huntington ( Decemer 12 Circles of hands: a family and community approach to Native American domestic violence; Jane Middleton (5 Treatment techniques for working with atterers and incest offenders; Norm Nickle (6 Child ause prevention, intervention, and treatment; Michael Groh (6 Recovery processes for attered women: advanced techniques for counseling and shelters; Carol Richards, Francis Purdy ( Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Eleventh Annual School on Addiction 1985 May Studies 3 L194-1 Welcoming remarks 1985 May 3 L194-2 Keynote speaker: Health and healingcommunity 1985 May approach to addictions; Glenn 3 L194-5a, Community and family strategies for 1985 May prevention; Glenn (2 3 L194-6a, Depression and grief in alcoholic family 1985 May systems; Dwinell (2 3 L194-7a, The alcoholic family as a learning system; 1985 May Greenleaf (2 3 L194-8a, Introduction to nutrition and alcohol; 1985 May

7 Numer Harrison, Nomann (2 3 L194-9a, Exploring human spirituality; Fassett ( May 3 L Keynote speaker: Native self identity; Demit 1985 May 3 L Keynote speaker: Long term recovery and 1985 May aftercare for the entire family; Dwinell 3 L194-12a, Long term recovery and aftercare for the 1985 May entire family-keynote follow-up; Dwinell (2 3 L194-13a, Prevention: state of the art; Glenn ( May 3 L194-14a, Nutritional intervention, part I; Harrison, 1985 May Nomann (2 3 L194-15a, The counselor as community organizer in 1985 May western Alaska; Marum (2 3 L194-16a Incest and soriety; Wolf, Nevaldine 1985 May 3 L194-26a, Rural providers conference: addressing the issues; Sam (2 3 L Keynote address: Going from yesterday to today; Frank 3 L194-28a, The process of identification, intervention, and treatment of adolescent ausers; Hunter, et al (2 3 L194-29a, Treatment approaches with alcoholic family systems; Dwinell (2 3 L194-30a, Alcohol, malnutrition, and Native Americans; Harrison, Nomann (2 3 L194-32a, Women and eating disorders, part I; Nevaldine (2 3 L194-35a, Approaching prevention y uilding individual strengths in youth; Glenn (2 4 L194-36a, Transforming addictions: learning to live at the growing edge; Small (2 4 L194-37a, Women and eating disorders, part II; Nevaldine (2 4 L194-38a, Research update: marijuana and its medical impact; Chapman (2 4 L194-40a- An overview of cocaine and marijuana g 4 L194-41ah treatment issues; Chapman (7 Developing capale people as an approach to prevention, intervention, and treatment; Glenn ( May 1985 May 1985 May 1985 May 1985 May 1985 May 1985 May 1985 May 1985 May 1985 May 1985 May 1985 May

8 Numer 4 L194-42a- The journey eyond astinence; Small (5 3 4 L194-43ac, Healing, helping and self-helping; Greenleaf e, f (5 4 L194-45ac, Aftercare: recovery, training, and self help; e, f Zackon (5 1/9 Children of Alcoholics Conference rochures and program 1/10 2nd Annual Institute on Family Violence invitation, rochure, and program 4 L327-1 Keynote address: Responding to violence against women in the USA and Britain; Reecca Doash, Russell Doash 4 L327-2 Family violence: a developmental understanding; Miriam Ingeritson 4 L327-3a, Short term and long term solutions to violence against women; Reecca Doash, Russell Doash (2 4 L327-4a, Family ause: the addiction; Miriam Ingeritson (2 4 L327-5a Basics of atterer treatment in rural Alaskan 4 L327-6a, 4 L327-7a, communities; Daniel Saunders, Steve Wilson Child witness and expert witness preparation for criminal court procedures; Elizaeth Sheley (2 Family system strategies for treatment of ausive families; Susan LaGrande, Mercy Dennis (2 4 L327-8 The dependent/co-dependent relationship: an addictions approach to attering; Janna Gingras 4 L Keynote address: Sexual assault of children: current clinical and legal issues; Lucy Berliner 4 L327-11a, 4 L327-12a, 4 L327-13a, The hard cases: custody disputes, the very young victim, and the multiple victim/multiple offender; Lucy Berlinger (2 Criminal justice response to violence against women in Europe and the U.S.; Reecca Doash, Russell Doash (2 Counseling gay and lesian atterers; Shanna Horman, Andrew Slavin ( May 1985 May 1985 May 1985 Septemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer 10

9 Numer 4 L327-14a, Alcoholism and the atterer; Delores White (2 4 L327-15a, Preventing child ause and neglect; Shirley Pittz (2 4 L327-16a, Recognizing and treating multiple victimization in shelter clients; Laurie Chamlee (2 4 L327-17a, Guidelines for making appropriate therapist referrals; Rosemary Murry (2 4 L Keynote address: Men who atter: who are they and what helps them change?; Daniel Saunders 4 L327-20a, How to evaluate programs for men who 4 L327-21a, 4 L327-23a, 4 L327-24a, 4 L327-25a, atter; Daniel Saunders (2 Child physical and sexual ause programs: different advocates equal different approaches; Sharon Araji (2 Alcoholism and the victim; Delores White (2 Civil and criminal court procedures in child sexual ause cases; Judge Victor Carlson, Victor Krumm (2 Violence and role expectation: the oppression of men and women; Rick Romito (2 4 L Keynote address: Children of alcoholics: emotional and physical ause; Delores Richardson 4 L327-32a, 4 L327-33a, 4 L327-34a, 4 L327-35a, Using sand play and drawings in the treatment of aused children; Delores Richardson, Susan LaGrande ( Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer 11 Strategies for effective interdisciplinary 1985 Decemer 11 cooperation; Wendy Warnick (2 Elder ause issues; Pillimer ( Decemer 11 The role of rural Alaskan communities in child sexual ause prevention and intervention; Clara Kelly (2 4 L Awards luncheon: Psychological ause: the meaning is the message; James Gararino 4 L327-37a, Family violence: the elief system and treatment of women who were aused as children; Miriam Ingeritson ( Decemer Decemer Decemer 11

10 Numer 4 L327-38a, Introduction to working with men who atter; Daniel Saunders, Wilson (2 4 L327-39a, Rapid cultural change and family violence: challenge for Alaskans; Joan Hamilton Cannelos, the Honorale Kay Wallis (2 4 L327-40a, Group empowerment for aused women; Mary Matthews, Kate Lehn (2 4 L327-41a, Psychological ause: the meaning is the message; James Gararino (2 4 L Keynote address: Traditional Alaskan Native child-rearing values: myths and reality; Clara Kelly 5 L327-45ae Counseling men who atter their partners; Daniel Saunders, Wilson (5 5 L327-46a- The process and structure of treating family e 5 L327-47a, e violence; Miriam Ingeritson (7 Research and pulic policy aout violence against women; Reecca Doash, Russell Doash (2 5 L327-48af Strategies for intervention in elder ause issues (6 5 L327-49ae Dealing with psychological maltreatment; James Gararino (5 1/11 12th Annual School on Addiction Studies rochures and a program 5 S185-2 Keynote address: Prevention: dynamics that make it work; Andrew Mecca 5 S185-4a, Prevention trends and special populations; Andrew Mecca (2 5 S185-6 Relapse prevention and aftercare planning in rural Alaska; Terence Gorski/John Baertschy 5 S185-7a, Effects of marijuana on adolescents; Delores White (2 5 S185-8a, Funding alternatives for nonprofits/prioritizing needs, C-Joe Dimatteo ( Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer Decemer May May May May May May 5 5 S185-9 Keynote address: Terrence Gorski; Relapse 1986 May 6 prevention update S185-10a Warning signs of relapse; Terrence Gorski 1986 May 6 5 S185-11a, Eating disorders as addiction; Anne 1986 May 6 Nevaldine (2 5 S Natural helpers: a program overview; Paul 1986 May 6

11 Numer Sulley 5 S185-13a, Focus Alaska: soer and proud; Anna Frank (2 5 S185-14a, What's new on cocaine; Delores White (2 5 S Women's support luncheon: Women healing women; JoEllen Wahto 5 S Focus Alaska: economics-sustance ause, the correlates; Perry Eaton 5 S185-18a, Adult children of the alcoholic; Roert Suy (2 5 S185-19a, Making the transition from counselor to manager; Yvonne Chase (2 5 S185-21a, The social model: a philosophy for community recovery (2 5 S185-22a, Working with lesian and gay clients; Anne Nevaldine, Fred Hillman (2 5 S185-23a, Integrating the 12 steps into treatment; Ken Kopf, John Malcolm (2 5 S Adolescent treatment approaches: do they really work?; Alan Altman 5 S185-29a, Framework for community prevention action plans; Andrew Mecca (2 5 S185-30a, Focus Alaska: southcentral program sharing; K.A.N.A., RuralCAP (2 5 S Update review of policy issues; George Mundell 5 S185-33a, Alaska research update; Bernard Segal (2 5 S185-34a, Adult sustance ausers as sexual ause survivors; Shkurkin (2 5 S Awards luncheon, Keynote speaker: Jane Angvik 5 S185-36a, COAs and co-dependents: issues of identity and intimacy; Roert Suy (2 5 S185-37a, How to run an aftercare group; Terence Gorski (2 5 S185-38a, Introduction to Kakawis: a family experience; Pat Kozeski, Ray Seitcher (2 5 S185-39a, Unmet treatment needs of women; Delores White ( May May May May May May May May May May May May May May May May May May May May 7

12 Numer 5 S185-40a, Identifying and intervening with young children of alcoholic families; Launa Lackey, Cindy Scales (2 5 S Keynote address: Alcoholics have the right to every other disease known to man; Delores White 5 S185-45ac 5 S185-46ae 5 S185-48a, Mini Course: Information on drugs '86; Delores White (3 Mini Course: Co-dependency and the halflife syndrome; Roert Suy (5 Mini Course: Community planning for prevention programs; Andrew Mecca (2 1/12 3rd Annual Institute on Family Violence program and laels 1/13 Third Annual Children of Alcoholics Conference rochures and flyer 1/14 The Thirteenth Annual School on Addiction Studies and the Second Annual Conference on Mental Health program and audiotape list 6 SAS1 Keynote address: Principles and processes for developing a healthy and sufficient future; Phil Lane 6 SAS2 Four Worlds development project: a comprehensive community ased approach for the prevention and treatment of alcohol and drug ause, part I; Phil Lane 6 SAS4, 5 Four Worlds development project, part II; Phil Lane (2 SAS6 Relapse update, part I; John Baertschy, Irene McIntosh 6 SAS8, 9 Relapse update, part II; John Baertschy, Irene McIntosh (2 6 SAS10, 11 An introduction to the recovery pyramid; Dee Burant (White) (2 6 SAS14, 15 Beyond identification: working with young children of alcoholics; Launa Lackey (2 6 SAS16, 17 Suicide and the schools; Larry Maile (2 6 SAS18, 19 Individualized care for children and adolescents; Roert Sewell, Harper (2 6 SAS20, 21 Wedidit corporation: a consumer run usiness; Nancy Hunter ( May May May May May Decemer Feruary May May May May May May May May May May May 18

13 Numer 6 SAS 22 Keynote address: Alcoholism, co-existing psychiatric prolems and relapse; Roert Triana 6 SAS25, 26 Multigenerational fetal alcohol syndrome; Eva Marie Smith (2 6 SAS27, 28 Breaking the cycle with children of alcoholics: preventing another generation of alcoholism; Launa Lackey (2 6 SAS29, 30 Serial sex: a ehavioral addiction; Constance Bai (2 6 SAS33 Keynote addresses: Building ridges: advocacy for children, and challenges in the 80's: vocational programs for adults with mental illness; Christina Young/Mary Alice Brown, Dave Basel 6 SAS34, 35 Native cultural perspective; Phil Lane (2 6 SAS36, 37 Detox in Alaskan ush: let's find the est way, part I; Dee Burant (White) (2 6 SAS38, 39 Untreated depression and untreated orderline personalities: a risk for relapse to alcohol; Roert Triana (2 6 SAS40, 41 Dram-edy: challenge to change; Jamie Cox (2 6 SAS42, 43 How to get off the "pot": treatment considerations for marijuana users; Jim Griffin (2 6 SAS44 The difference etween religion and spirituality; Norm Nauska 6 SAS46, 47 Advocates can make it happen; Christina Young (2 6 SAS48, 49 Psychosocial rehailitation model: how it works at the Laurel Hill Center; David Basel and Mary Alice Brown (2 6 SAS50 Keynote address: For the health of it: understanding PMS; Launa Lackey 6 SAS51 Keynote address: Sexuality and intimacy: a heterosexual and homosexual perspective; Ellen Ratner and Gerald Schulman 6 SAS52, 53 Culture and learning for human development; Michael Bopp (2 6 SAS54, 55 Detox in the Alaskan ush: let's find the right way, part II; Dee Burant (White) ( May May May May May May May May May May May May May May May May May 19

14 Numer 6 SAS56, 57 Neuropsychological deficits associated with 1987 May 19 chronic alcohol ause; Paul Craig (2 6 SAS58, 59 Relapse prevention: cause and effect; Carlo 1987 May 19 DiClemente (2 6 SAS62, 63 Supported work options for people with 1987 May 19 severe mental illness; Karen M. Ward, Sandra J. Law (2 6 SAS64 The Alaska youth initiative; John 1987 May 19 VandenBerg and Tom Buckner 6 SAS66 Keynote address: Beyond recovery: replace 1987 May 19 prevention; Carlo DiClemente 6 SAS67 Pre-adolescents and adolescents: a high risk 1987 May 19 profile; Roert Triana 6 SAS68 The journey to the drum; Sherry Byers 1987 May 19 6 SAS72 Managing aggressive clients; David Mandt 1987 May 19 6 SAS73 Keynote address: Food as a drug of choice; 1987 May 20 Judi Hollis 6 SAS74, 75 Providing outside support to the community 1987 May 20 healing process; Michael Bopp (2 6 SAS76, 77 Crack: an epidemic; Dee Burant (White) ( May 20 6 SAS78, 79 Adolescent assessment and treatment issues; 1987 May 20 Gerald Shulman (2 6 SAS80, 81 AIDS in the treatment setting; Ellen Ratner 1987 May 20 (2 6 SAS82, 83 The family myth: protection for the alcohol 1987 May 20 ausing and/or violent family memer; Susan LaGrande (2 6 SAS84, 85 Family relapse: a systemic view; Carlo 1987 May 20 DiClemente (2 6 SAS86, 87 Ikaiyurluki mikelngutt (helping our 1987 May 20 children); Sophie Polk (2 6 SAS88 The supported work model: DVR's 1987 May 20 expectations; Theda Ellis, Cusack 6 SAS91, 92 Alaska Psychiatric Institute: hope when all 1987 May 18 else fails; Cheryl Frair (2 6 SAS93, 94 Gay and lesian sustance ause treatment 1987 May 19 issues; Ellen Ratner and Gerald Shulman (2 6 SAS101- Village suicide prevention: empowering for 1987 May self help; Mark Mattaini (6 6 SAS Fat is a family affair; Judy Hollis ( May 20-21

15 Numer 6 SAS301- Teaching parents to parent: techniques for 1987 May counselors; Roert Triana (6 6 SAS401- Getting started in community development; 1987 May Michael Bopp (4 7 SAS501- Co-dependency; Ellen Ratner, Gerald 1987 May Shulman (6 7 SAS601- Management and supervision in recovery 1987 May programs; Gary Morse (6 7 SAS701- Making a continuum of care availale for 1987 May seriously emotionally distured children and youth; Christina Young (6 7 SAS801- Functional assessment: a tool in developing 1987 May community ased vocational services; David Basel and Mary Alice Brown (5 1/15 Fourth Annual Children of Alcoholics Conference rochure 1988 Feruary Jan Geringer Woititz presentation (16 tapes: 1988 April 22 2 sets of 8) Jan Geringer Woititz presentation ( April /16 14th Annual School on Addiction Studies 1988 May program and notes aout tapes 7 SA1 Keynote address: Spirituality and recovery 1988 May 16 from addiction; Leo Booth 7 SA2, 3 12 steps and recovery; Leo Booth ( May 16 7 SA4, 5 Alaska drug survey update; Bernard Segal ( May 16 7 SA6, 7 Trial action plans; Tessie Rickets ( May 16 7 SA8, 9 Advanced group therapy, part I; John Pagan (2 7 SA10, 11 Alaska Teen Institute: an overview; Paul Sulley and Stan Mayra (2 7 SA12 Keynote address: Health aspects of inhalant ause; Morris Dyer 7 SA13, 14 Psychological effects of inhalant ause; Morris Dyer (2 7 SA15, 16 Understanding nicotine addiction; Deorah Williams (2 7 SA17, 18 Advanced group therapy, part II; John Pagan (2 7 SA19, 20 School intervention: student assistance; Teresa Johnson ( May May May May May May May 16

16 Numer 7 SA21 Sustance ause and family of origin; Curt Ledford 7 SA25 Keynote address: A conceptual model of treating alcoholism; Bruce Carruth 7 SA26, 27 Helping clients work through loss, grief and depression in recovery from alcoholism; Bruce Carruth (2 7 SA28, 29 Alcoholism: the family disease; Leo Booth (2 7 SA30, 31 Adolescent treatment: keeping our eyes on the addiction; Ross Finke (2 7 SA32, 33 Community intervention and prevention of inhalant ause; Morris Dyer (2 7 SA34, 35 Community development of support groups; Curt Ledford (2 7 SA36 Awards luncheon; The alcohol-suicide connection in later life; Nancy Osgood 7 SA37, 38 Oral traditions of the elders: wisdom for the 80's; Joan Hamilton (2 7 SA39, 40 Spirituality and co-dependency; Leo Booth (2 7 SA41, 42 Street work with youth in Alaska; Jeff Budd (2 7 SA43, 44 Stopping the drinking driver; Bruce Yates (2 7 SA45, 46 Alcohol, suicide and aging; Nancy Osgood (2 7 SA47, 48 Hope and help for children in trouled families; Annie Franklyn (2 7 SA49, 50 Plenary session: Trends in adolescent treatment; speaker: Ross Finke, Panel: Alaskan adolescent treatment programs (2 7 MC51-54 Mini-course: Breaking the cycle; Phil Oliver Diaz (4 7 MC56-59 Mini-course: Dealing with doule troule: alcohol and family violence; Jerry Flanzer (4 7 MC61-64 Mini-course: Beyond astinence: long term growth issues in recovery; Bruce Carruth (4 7 MC66-69 Mini-course: Health aspects of inhalant ause; Morris Dyer ( May May May May May May May May May May May May May May May 17

17 Numer 7 MC71-74 Mini-course: Clinical issues in adolescent treatment; Ross Finke (4 7 SA76 Keynote address: The role of the mental health worker in critical incident intervention; Jeff Mitchell 7 SA77, 78 The adolescent sex offender: evaluation, placement and treatment; Bruce Smith (2 7 SA79, 80 Helping families cope with mental illness: an alliance training; Roxanne Manly (2 7 SA81, 82 Management of the cognitively impaired elder; Chuck Mundorff (2 7 SA83, 84 Critical incident intervention; Jeff Mitchell (2 8 SA85, 86 Community networking for seriously emotionally distured youth; Sandra Collins- Jackson (2 8 SA87 Mental health conference awards luncheon: depression and suicide in the elderly; Nancy Osgood 8 SA90 Case specific training: individualized community support for youth at risk; Cheryl Riggs 8 SA92, 93 Primary prevention: the fourth mental health revolution; George Alee (2 8 SA94, 95 Assessment and treatment of depression in the elderly; Nancy Osgood (2 8 SA98, 99 Overview of the youth day program; Kathryn Craft (2 8 SA102 Mental health oard update; Thelma Langdon 8 SA104, Chemical ause and violence during 105 pregnancy (2 8 SA106 Keynote address: Social change: learning from each other to uild for long range success; George Alee 8 SA107 Dram-edy dramatization: fragmented family, fragmented intervention: a reality picture 8 SA108, Cross-training on assessment; Jill Baker and 109 Janet Lindeman (2 8 SA110, Case and services analysis: a systems 111 approach; marriage and family therapists panel ( May May May May 19

18 Numer 8 SA112, Networking and community development; 113 Laurie Marum and Jacki Rhuman (2 8 SA114, Dram-edy: Alaska's home-grown process for 115 community, staff and personal development; Jamie Cox (2 8 SA116 Issues in cross-discipline case management; Kate Morris and Eileen Lally 8 SA118, Where and how we spend the state resources 119 for human services?; Peter Scales and Beth 8 SA120, SA122, 123 Kerttula (2 Which intervention approaches are healthy and which are unhealthy to client/family/community?; Phil Oliver Diaz and Nina Kinney (2 What are the common roots of interpersonal violence, addictions and mental health?; George Alee and Blanche Brunk (2 8 SA124 Dram-edy dramatization: a family ecoming healthy through collaoration: a reality picture 1988 May May May May May May May 19 8 SA126 Keynote address: Issues in the causes and 1988 May 20 prevention of suicide; Frank Nelson 8 SA129, Getting off the pot, what's new; Jim Griffin 1988 May (2 8 SA131, Discovering wellness within culture; Janet 1988 May Allen (2 8 SA133, AIDS: trends and issues; Fred Hillman ( May SA135, Career transition: counselor to supervisor; 1988 May John Pagan (2 8 SA137, Suicide issues in rural Alaska; Susan Soule 1988 May (2 8 SA139, Healthy aging; Virginia E. Gorton ( May SA141, Alaska youth initiative: the first year; John 1988 May VandenBerg (2 8 SA143, Borderline personality disorders; Sylvia 1988 May Condy (2 8 SA145, 146 Management of hostile and aggressive ehaviors: intro to Mandt training; Mike 1988 May 20 Standridge (2 8 SA147 Women's support luncheon: Superwoman: male myth-female model?; Commissioner Myra Munson 1988 May 20

19 Numer 8 SA148 Keynote address: The three E's: empowerment, equality, enhancement; Jerry Flanzer 8 SA149, What to do after the ause stops; Jerry 150 Flanzer (2 8 SA151, Adolescent addictions: primary or 152 secondary?; Ross Finke (2 8 SA153, Community recovery process; Mary 154 Stachelrodt (2 8 SA155 Business enterprises in the non-profit sector; Jeff Budd 8 SA157, Divorce: counseling transition issues; Leon 158 Weer (2 8 SA159, Differentiating etween depression and 160 dementia in the older adult; Norma Lundy (2 8 SA161, 162 An Alaskan phenomenon: seasonal affective disorder diagnosis and treatment; Bruce Smith (2 8 SA163, 164 Assessing needs with culturally different elders; Mary Wolcoff (2 8 SA165, Responding to and treating suicidal crisis; 166 Frank Nelson (2 8 SA172 Network luncheon: Contriutions to the healing process: jargon differences; Phil Oliver Diaz 1/17 3rd Annual Mental Health Conference program 1/18 Relationships in Recovery: Reuilding Intimate Bonds, Workshop for Advanced Clinicians rochure 1/19 Fifth Annual Children of Alcoholics Conference rochure Fifth Annual Children of Alcoholics Conference; Patricia O'Gorman and Phillip Oliver-Diaz (6. 1/20 A Tri-discipline Conference: 15th Annual School on Addiction Studies, 4th Annual Mental Health Conference, The Alaska Interpersonal Violence Conference programs 8 AM1 Keynote address: Macaroni at midnight; Don Bartlette 8 AM2, 3 Cross cultural awareness in the counseling setting; Barara Stuckel ( May May May May May May May May May May May Feruary March March May May May 22

20 Numer 8 AM4, 5 Basic group skills, part I; Ray Dexter ( May 22 8 AM6, 7 The epidemiology of inhalant ause: nature 1989 May 22 and extent of the prolem; Beatrice Rouse (2 8 AM8, 9 Just kiddin' around: come play to restore 1989 May 22 your spirit and spontaneity; Kat Connerty and Delores Richardson (2 8 AM10, 11 Working together with mental health and 1989 May 22 sustance ause in aging Alaskan populations; Gail Dalrymple (2 8 AM12, 13 Involuntary commitment: who, what, where, 1989 May 22 when and how; Frank Nelson (2 8 AM 14, Continuity of care: hospital and community 1989 May linkages; Ken Taylor (2 8 AM16, 17 Responsile expert witness testimony; James 1989 May 22 Harper (2 8 AM18, 19 The strengths of systems and victim advocacy 1989 May 22 approaches in working with domestic violence; Linda Weer (2 8 AM20, 21 AIDS: the asics; Ron Rowell ( May 22 8 AM22, 23 A clinic is not enough: suicide from a pulic 1989 May 22 health perspective; Susan Soule (2 8 AM24 Keynote address: AIDS: eginning to feel the 1989 May 22 full force; Dennis Leoutsakas 8 AM25, 26 Assessment of the dual diagnosed adolescent 1989 May 22 patient; Meyers, Katie Evans (2 8 AM27 Basic group skill, part II; Ray Dexter 1989 May 22 8 AM31, 32 Inhalant ause: treatment needs and issues; Beatrice Rouse (2 9 AM33, 34 Not just another stress management workshop; Linda Julliard and Shirley Pittz (2 9 AM35, 36 The interaction etween physical decline and depression in the elderly; Norma Lundy (2 9 AM37, 38 AFN and ANHB report on the health status of Alaska Natives; Leask, Marianne R. Ashy (2 9 AM39, 40 Sexual ause and domestic Violence in child custody cases; Ruth Lister and Judith Bush ( May May May May May 22

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