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TAP Talk - Panel discussion about Adlerian approaches to treating clients with depression
Thursday, January 27, 2022, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM CST
Category: Events

Please join us for the upcoming NASAP TAP Talk panel (via zoom) discussing
Adlerian Approach to Treating Depression on Thursday, January 27th at 7pm central
time. Admission is free, and CEs are available for a small fee.
Please sign up for this event at https://forms.gle/bJQJYCs96HghoyyN8

Our panelists will include:
Steven A. Maybell, Ph.D., LMFT, LICSW, has been practicing in the mental health field
for 50 years. For 40 of those years his work has been informed by the principles of
Adlerian Psychology. Steve has been a practicing therapist, director of counseling
clinics, therapist supervisor, faculty of graduate MFT programs and Adlerian Institutes ,
and author of Adlerian-based books and articles. His Adlerian training was influenced
considerably by the late Robert L. Powers. He was also intimately involved in NASAP
leadership for many years. While Steve retired from full-time work in 2019, he continues
to provide therapy, supervision, and graduate level teaching.

John Newbauer is a semi-retired psychologist in Fort Wayne, IN. A member and a
former President and Executive Director of NASAP.   John has also served on the
faculty and board of ICASSI and was on the core faculty at Adler University (1990-
2008). He has practiced psychology for over 50 years in elementary school, state
hospital, community mental health centers, private practice, and juvenile
detention/correction facilities.

Paul Rasmussen, PhD is currently a staff psychologist at the WJB Dorn VAMC in
Columbia South Carolina. He has served on the Board of Directors for ICASSI and
remains a faculty member for that institute. He teaches both nationally and
internationally and is the author of multiple books and over 50 professional articles.

Lilya Shienko is a Canadian Doctorate student and graduate of Adler University's MA
program in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. She is currently working as a
graduate research assistant with Adler University and completing a Fellowship with
CMM Institute in conjunction with Columbia University. She is interested in research
centered around various factors that affect employee and student mental health such as
burnout, anxiety, stress, discrimination, work conflict and bullying to name a few.

For more information concerning this event, please contact the TRT Chairs, Drs.
Jennifer & Daniel Williamson at [email protected]