Monthly Archives: September 2014

Ten Questions with Melissa Stayton

Tell me a little about yourself – your background and your education. I grew up in a small town east of Muncie, IN called Farmland. I attended Ball State University, obtaining my Bachelor of Science. I later attended Indiana Wesleyan, … Continue reading

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Ten Questions With Kendra Berry

Tell me a little about yourself – your background and your education. I graduated from Purdue University in 2004 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Law and Society, with minors in Political Science, Psychology, and Spanish. I spent 10 … Continue reading

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Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)

Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) has been designed to treat behavior problems in children aged 3- to 6-years (Bodiford McNeil & Hembree-Kigin, 2010). PCIT is a combination of attachment theory and social learning theory. PCIT is an evidence-based parent training program … Continue reading

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Suicide Prevention is Everyone’s Business

The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Madison County wants to educate our citizens about how important it is to talk with each other about suicide prevention. In Madison County, we had 18 suicides in 2013. Two people overdosed; five people who … Continue reading

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Ten Questions with Dr. Christine Liedtke

Tell me a little about yourself – your background and your education. I grew up in a suburb outside of Cleveland, Ohio. I attended an all-female college preparatory high school in Rocky River, Ohio. I received a Bachelor’s degree in … Continue reading

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