Presentations, Seminars, & Research Awards

Mike Dadson, Research Presentations

Dadson, M.R., Westwood, M., & Kuhl, D. (2009). Therapeutic enactment: Healing the psychological wounds of men. Poster session presented at the Annual Conference of the Canadian Psychological Association, Montreal.

Dadson, M.R. (2009). The neurological effects of PTSD: An exploration of neuroimaging research. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Society for the Study of Dissociation, Washington, DC.

Stewart, B. & Dadson, M.R. (2009). Accelerated integration: The contributions of neurotherapy and Observed Experiential Integration. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Society for the Study of Dissociation, Washington, DC.

Stewart, B., Dadson, M.R. & Fallding, M. (2008). Attachment, mentalization and the reflective function: Working with complex structural dissociation. Symposium conducted at the Annual Conference of the International Society for the Study of Dissociation, Chicago.

Dadson, M.R. (2006). Exploring the nature of spiritual wellness. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Pacific Coast College Health Association, Vancouver, BC.

Dadson, M.R. & McDonald, M. (2005). Stories of father/child closeness. Paper presented at the International Qualitative Health Research Conference, Alberta.

Dadson, M.R. (2004-2007). Student mental health care needs assessment. Trinity Western University, British Columbia.

Dadson, M.R. (2006). Counselling services contribution to retention. For the V.P. of Student Life, Trinity Western University British Columbia.

Dadson, M.R. (2008). Calling and careers: Integrating notions of Christian call and with theories of career. Prepared for the University Board of Governors. Trinity Western University.

Stinson D., Dadson M.R. & Lundburg, K. (2006). The Wellness Model. Paper prepared for University Board of Governors, Trinity Western University.

University Courses, Lectures and Seminars

Dadson, M.R. (2008). Psychology of gender PSYC 315. Guest lecturer, Trinity Western University, BC.

Dadson, M.R. (2005 – 2007). Career preparation 101. Instructor, Trinity Western University, British Columbia.

Dadson, M.R. (2003-2007). Organizational behavior Lab (BUSI 280). Instructor, Trinity Western University, British Columbia.

Dadson, M.R. (2004-2007). Student mental health care needs assessment. Trinity Western University, British Columbia.

Dadson, M.R. (2007, 2008). Depression, diagnosis and interventions. Instructor, Trinity Western University, British Columbia.

Dadson, M.R (2005,2006). Eating disorders, disordered eating and campus living. Instructor, Trinity Western University, British Columbia.

Dadson, M.R (2005, 2006). Working with students in crisis, living through critical incidents. Instructor, Trinity Western University, British Columbia.

Dadson, M.R (2005). Working with grief and loss issues with university students. Instructor, TrinityWestern University, British Columbia.

Dadson, M.R (2003). Facilitating the treatment of depression in the family system. Facilitator. Surrey Mental Health, British Columbia.

Research Awards

Equity through Education Student Award, NEADS, National Educational Association of Disabled Students. Canada, (2009).

Graduate Student Initiative Award. University of British Columbia. British Columbia, (2009).

Award for outstanding service to children in care. Ministry of Children and Families. British Columbia, (2009).

The Richard De Vos Award, (Privately directed scholarship for personal ambition). Michigan, (1991).

Becky Stewart, Research Presentations

Bradshaw, R., Cook, A., Shaler, E., Tonnisen, L., Stewart, B., McDonald, M., Williams, K., Kdunda, K., & Lauder, J. (2009). OEI: A story of the innovation process in the development of an integrative psychotherapy. Symposium presented at the Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration 25th Annual Conference, Seattle WA.

Bradshaw, R.A., McDonald, M., Lauder, J., Cook, A., Heinrichs, K., Stewart, B., Wilk, D., Wilk, L., Brhelle, A., Bedford, M. & Tonnisen, L. (2009). Incorporating Observed Experiential Integration (OEI) techniques: Improving the effectiveness of traditional therapies in cases of complex trauma. Symposium presented at the 26th annual meeting of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, Washington, D.C.

Domene, J.F., Stewart, B., Socholotiuk, K.D. & Young, R.A. (2009). Perception of adulthood in Canadian youth: The importance of different social contexts. Poster presented at Society for Research in Childhood Development Biennial Meeting, Denver, CO.

Stewart, B., Bradshaw, R.A. & Cook, A. (2009). Transference, dissociation and disorganized attachment: Observed Experiential Integration (OEI) for work with complex developmental trauma. Paper presented at the 20th Annual International Trauma Conference, Psychological Trauma: Neuroscience, Attachment and Therapeutic Interventions, Boston, MA.

Stewart, B., Dadson, M. & Bradshaw, R. A. (2009). Accelerated integration: The contributions of neurotherapy and Observed Experiential Integration. A paper presented at the 26th annual meeting of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, Washington, D.C.

Stewart, B., Dadson, M. & Fallding, M. (2008). The application of attachment theory and mentalization in complex tertiary structural dissociation: A case study. Symposium paper presented at the 25th annual meeting of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, Chicago, IL.

Stewart, B., Domene, J.F., & Bradshaw, R .A. (2006). Trauma, attachment and coping. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Qualitative Health Research, Edmonton, AB.

Stewart, B., Domene, J.F., & Bradshaw, R.A. (2006). The role of attachment: Qualitative exploration of coping and sexual trauma. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, Calgary, AB.

Stewart, B., Domene, J.F., & Bradshaw, R.A. (2007). Sexual trauma, attachment style & coping: A qualitative exploration of sibling-related experiences. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Stewart B., Domene, J.F., & Bradshaw, R.A. (2007). Avoidance and dissociation: The relationship of attachment in survivors of sexual trauma. Paper presented at the 24th annual meeting of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, Philadelphia, PA.

Stewart, B. (2009). Developmental trauma disorder: Toward a new understanding of complex trauma. Invited paper presented at Department of Undergraduate Psychology, Satya Wacana University, Salatiga, Indonesia.

Stewart, B., Lauder, J. & Bradshaw, R.A. (2009). Attachment theory and OEI work with traumatized, dissociative clients and groups. Symposium presented at the Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration 25th Annual Conference, Seattle, WA.

Stewart, B. & Lauder, J. (2009). Attachment considerations when working with adoption trauma. Paper presented at the 26th annual meeting of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, Washington, D.C.

Teaching Experience

Stewart, B. (2007; 2008). Research Design (CPSY 502). Trinity Western University, Department of Graduate Studies in Counselling Psychology, Guest Lecturer.

Stewart, B. (2008). Psychology of Gender (Psyc 315). Trinity Western University, Department of Psychology. Instructor.

Stewart, B. (2009). Childhood disorders (Psyc 345). Trinity Western University, Department of Psychology. Instructor.

Stewart, B. (2009). Research Design (CPSY 502). Trinity Western University, Department of Graduate Studies in Counselling Psychology, Co-Instructor.

Research Awards

Canadian Psychological Association-Disaster & Trauma Section Award for poster presentation The Role of Attachment: Qualitative Exploration of Coping and Sexual Trauma. June 2006.

Canadian Psychological Association-Counselling Psychology Award for Best Master’s Thesis Attachment and Women’s Coping with Sexual Assault, June 2008.

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