Kansas Association Of Masters In Psychology
Advocating for Masters Level Psychologists Across Kansas​​
KAMP Annual Spring Conference 2017

Friday, April 28, 2017
8:30am-6:30pm

One Day  9 CEUs 

Where:

Kansas Wesleyan University
Peters Science Hall
Room #201
100 E. Claflin Ave.
Salina, KS 6740
(Parking is available in the campus parking lots off of Cloud Street, as well as on Cloud and other nearby streets.)

Site Contacts: Susan Montague 785-577-5779 or 
  Darrin Sewell 785-577-5728
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ABOUT THE PRESENTATIONS​​
  1. 8:00 AM - 8:25 AM
    Registration
  2. 8:25 AM – 8:30 AM
    Welcome & Introduction to the Workshop
  3. 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    Blurred Lines: What are Ethical Boundaries Anyway? -Lacy Abercrombie, LMSW
    Ethical boundaries are an integral part of a relationship. Whether it be professional or personal, they represent invisible structures imposed by legal, ethical, and professional standards that respect the rights of workers and clients. In this training, personal and professional boundaries will be explored, including dual relationships, ethical considerations, and appropriate client/professional interactions.
  4. 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    Hosted Lunch (Provided) & KAMP Meeting/Elections
  5. 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    Substance Use Disorders: Diagnosis and Treatment -Brooke Mann, M.S. -Kenneth Windholz, LMLP, LCP -Leo Herrman, PhD, LCP
    Dr. Herrman, Ms. Mann, and Mr. Windholz will perform three separate presentations covering current topics in the diagnosis and treatment of substance abuse. The presenters will be assisted in presenting by current FHSU student.
  6. 3:15 - 6:15 PM
    Strategies for the Management of Mental Health Emergency Situations -Cody Sparks LMLP, LCP, LMAC & LAC
    This presentation addresses the problem most mental health clinicians face at one time or another: What to do with a client who is having a mental health crisis. A methodology for efficiently navigating the crisis in order to make a rational decision will be presented. We will also discuss some of the common problems a clinician faces in dealing with clients is crisis and methods for resolving these issues. An emphasis will on how to provide for the safety of the client as well as minimizing the liability of the clinician.
Meet The Presenters   
Lacy Abercrombie
Lacy is a Licensed Master Social Worker who works with the employees of Saint Francis Community Services to provide training and education in the realm of human services. Lacy also provides therapy services through Mindful Matters mental health clinic in Salina, Kansas. She has worked in the human services field for over 10 years, providing front line services for diverse populations including individuals, children, and families.

Lacy has extensive history and training in child welfare services, and believes that there is always potential for growth when given the appropriate tools and resources.

Lacy holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology from Fort Hays State University, and a Master’s in Social Work from Washburn University. She is currently working to gain hours to become a Licensed Specialist Clinical Social Worker

Lacy Abercrombie, LMSW
Staff Training Specialist at Saint Francis Community Service
Brooke Mann, M.S.
Brooke Mann
Brooke Mann, M.S. is a Lecturer at Fort Hays State University. She earned her M.S. in Clinical Psychology from FHSU and is finishing her PhD in Educational Psychology at Texas A&M University- Commerce. Her experiences include psychotherapy in in-patient and out-patient facilities, psychometric assessment, coordinating graduate clinical practice, supervising graduate students, and community outreach. Her current research interests are in the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD.
Lecturer at Fort Hays State University
Kenneth Windholz
Kenneth Windholz, LMLP, LCP
Mr. Windholz is currently an Instructor of Psychology in the Clinical Psychology Program at Fort Hays State University. He is a Licensed Masters Level Psychologist and Licensed Clinical Psychotherapist with over 40 years of clinical experience in the Community Mental Health Center setting. Mr. Windholz has worked with all psychiatric populations and age groups in inpatient, outpatient and education based settings. With multiple areas of clinical interest, Mr. Windholz’ is especially interested in Cognitive based therapies and the present centered approach in the treatment of Anxiety Disorders. His course load at FHSU includes General Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Mental Health Case Management, Developmental Psychology, Social Psychology, Neuropsychology, Family and Group Therapy, Psychotherapeutic Skills and Practicum Supervision. Mr. Windholz obtained his MS from Fort Hays State University in Clinical Psychology.    
Instructor of Psychology in the Clinical Psychology Program at Fort Hays State University.
Leo Herrman, PhD, LCP
Brooke Mann
Dr. Herrman is an Associate Professor of Psychology and the Clinical Psychology Program Director at Fort Hays State University. Dr. Herrman obtained his MS from Fort Hays State University and PhD from Kansas University..
Associate Professor of Psychology and the Clinical Psychology Program Director at Fort Hays State University
Cody Sparks is a Master’s Level Psychologist and Licensed Addiction Counselor who is employed at Central Kansas Mental Health Center (CKMHC) as the Director of Crisis Services and supervises the Crisis Team at CKMHC. He has over 30 years’ experience working with people in crisis and coordinating mental health services with community agencies such as law enforcement, schools and hospitals

Cody received his undergraduate degree in Psychology at Baker University. He earned his master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Fort Hays State University and was trained in Family Systems Therapy at the Menninger Foundation.

Cody is also an Adjunct Instructor of General Psychology at Wichita Area Technical College in Wichita, K   
Cody Sparks
Cody Sparks LMLP, LCP, LMAC & LAC
Director of Crisis Services  at Central Kansas Mental Health Center (CKMHC)
Registration Fee

  ​Pre-registered if postmarked or emailed by April 14, 2017. Group discounts available for groups of 6 or more.  

  
2017 KAMP/NAMP Membership Dues
KAMP $55
NAMP $65
KAMP Student/Retiree $25

KAMP Spring Conference Fees
                                                                                       Pre-Registered          Late or onsite
2017 KAMP Member                                           $99                             $110
           2017 Student/Retiree Members:                  $15                              $25             
                      Non-Member                                                               $130                          $155                          
KWU Students and Faculty w/out Lunch               Free                       Free                       
    KWU Students and Faculty w/Lunch                 $10                          N/A                    

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