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IARP-WI 2017 Spring Seminar

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Marquette University

Schroeder Complex

Room 112

Milwaukee, WI 53233

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IARP-Wisconsin invites you to our Spring Seminar!

Friday, June 30, 2017

Marquette University

Schroeder Complex, Room 112

561 N. 15th St.
Milwaukee, WI 53233

Schedule and Speakers

8:00-8:30a.m. Registration

8:30-10:00a.m. Traumatic Brain Injury: Clinical Outcomes across the Spectrum - Community Re-Entry and Return to Work

Dr. Terry Young, Psy.D, ABN, Marquette University

This presentation will focus on the nature and unique neuropathology associated with mild through severe traumatic brain injury, inclusive of discussion of the clinical outcomes associated with traumatic brain injury and the potential influences these have on return to work capacity and vocational planning.

10:00-10:15a.m. Break

10:15-11:45a.m. Functional Capacity Evaluations: A Valuable Tool for Decision Making

Dr. Scott Law, PT, DPT, CEAS, Athletico Physical Therapy

Functional Capacity Evaluation can be very useful for gaining insight into someone’s physical abilities and effort levels. This presentation will explain how to identify who is appropriate for an FCE, and will discuss the methodology for administering the evaluation as well as how to interpret the completed evaluation.

11:45a.m-12:45 p.m. Lunch (provided)

12:45-2:15 p.m. Self-Care and Stress Reduction (Ethics included)

Dr. Lee Za Ong, LPC CRC, Mt. Mary University

Rehabilitation counselors practice in high stress and demanding work environments. This training will identify strategies for implementing wellness practices in one’s personal and professional life, utilizing the principles of the CRCC Code of Professional Ethics for Rehabilitation Counselors to support rehabilitation counselors’ well-being and self-care, and their ability to thrive within the demands of the profession.

2:15-2:30p.m. Break

2:30-4:00p.m. Applications of Mindfulness-Based Interventions for Individuals with Disabilities

Dr. Anna Silberg, Ph.D., Growing Minds

Mindfulness, a meditative practice focusing on attention and awareness training, has been shown to have positive effects on mental and physical wellbeing. This presentation will focus on how mindfulness-based interventions can impact the well-being of individuals with disabilities.

Speaker Information

Terry Young

Dr. Terry Young is a board certified clinical neuropsychologist with a specialization in adult and child neuropsychology. His experience includes years of providing direct services for persons with developmental disorders, neurological conditions, and traumatic brain injury. He has also provided medical-legal neuropsychological services for adults and children with traumatic brain injury, concussion, PTSD and related conditions. He is in private practice at New Life Resources in Waukesha, Wisconsin, and is a consulting neuropsychologist at the Wellspring Brain Injury Program serving persons with moderate to severe brain injury, anoxia and related neurotrauma. He is also on staff at the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin and the Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare System and is adjunct faculty at Marquette University with teaching and supervision responsibilities. Dr. Young also serves as Director of Assessment Services for the Marquette University Interdisciplinary Autism Clinic.

Scott Law

Dr. Scott Law is the Wisconsin Regional Work Comp Program Manager for Athletico Physical Therapy where he has worked since 2005. He graduated from UW-Milwaukee with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in 2002 and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Marquette University in 2005. Previously he was the facility manager and a treating physical therapist for the Athletico Greenfield facility. He has specialized in worker’s compensation cases for the past 12 years and solely works with this population currently. He is a Certified Ergonomics Assessment Specialist, CEAS I, and a functional capacity evaluator.

Lee Za Ong

Dr. Lee Za Ong is an associate professor and the director of clinical rehabilitation counseling concentration at Mt. Mary University’s Counseling Department. She completed her PhD in Rehabilitation Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Since then, she has been teaching in minority-serving universities and universities in urban setting. She is also a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor who works closely with immigrants/refugees populations and individuals with disabilities from diverse backgrounds. Courses taught include Multicultural Counseling; Statistics and Research Designs in Counseling; Assessment in Counseling; Introduction to Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling and Case Management; Medical and Psychosocial Aspects of Disabilities; Techniques in Counseling; Career Development; and Internships.

Anna Silberg

Dr. Anna Silberg was the Director of Curriculum and Research at Growing Minds and continues to teach professional development. She received her Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction with an emphasis in urban education from the University of Wisconsin. Her research focused on the labeling of “risk factors” for urban students, and how the lack of understanding about social and emotional curriculum and instruction affects a student’s performance. Anna is currently working on her post-doctoral certification in Trauma Informed Care through UWM’s graduate school.

Registration Information

Cost of Attendance:

× Students-Free

× Early Bird Member: $90

× Early Bird Non Member: $120

× Member (after June 23th): $120

× Non Member (after June 23th): $145

*lunch and refreshments provided to all attendees

To Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/iarp-wi-2017-spring-seminar-tickets-33606381592

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Continuing Education Credits

5.5 CEU contact hours, which include 1.5ethics hours, have been requested for CRC credits.

Conference Accommodations

Rooms are available for reservation under IARP Wisconsin.

Room Rate: $149/night.

*Parking available for $5/night.

The hotel includes:

FREE breakfast and a FREE shuttle to and from the conference center at Marquette.

Hampton Inn and Suites Milwaukee West

8210 W. Greenfield Ave.

West Allis, WI 53214

414-436-2300

Directions:

From South (Airport): Merge onto I-94 W/US-41 N, take EXIT 317 toward I-43 S/I-894/Madison/Fond du Lac, merge onto I-894 W via the ramp on the left toward Madison/Fond du Lac, keep right to take I-894 W, take Exit 1D toward WI-59/Greenfield Ave, turn right onto WI-59/W Greenfield Ave toward State Fair Park. Property is on the right 0.1 miles past S 84th St.

From East (Downtown): Merge onto I-94 W, Take EXIT 306 (S 84th Street), turn left onto S. 84th Street to Greenfield Avenue, turn left onto WI-59/W Greenfield Avenue. Property is on the right 0.1 miles past S 84th St.

From West (Madison): Take I-94 E, take EXIT 306 (S 84th Street), turn right onto S. 84th Street to Greenfield Avenue, turn left onto WI-59/W Greenfield Avenue. Property is on the right 0.1 miles past S 84th St.

From North (Fond du Lac): Take US 41/45 S to EXIT 1D (WI-59/W Greenfield Ave), turn left onto WI-59/W Greenfield Ave. Property is on the right 0.1 miles past S 84th St.

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