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McMillen Health Lecture Series in partnership with Great KIDS Make Great COMMUNITIES Presents:
Bullying and Ostracism
This day-long seminar in the International Ballroom at IPFW will feature keynote speaker Dr. Kipling Williams, Professor of Psychological Sciences at Purdue University.
Dr. Williams extensive work on ostracism - being ignored and excluded - and how it affects individuals and groups led him to develop the computer game "Cyberball" to help people explore how it feels to be left out of a group. His research is featured in the documentary film "Reject" which will be screened during this event.
The lecture series will also feature multiple breakout sessions, led by local experts. A boxed lunch is included, and free parking is available.
Continuing Education Units are available for those holding LCSW, LMHC, LMFT, and LSW licenses. All others - please check with your licensing body.
8:30 9:00 Registration 9:00 9:30 Welcome 9:30 10:45 Keynote Kipling Williams 10:45 11:00 Break 11:00 11:45 Breakout Sessions 11:45 12:30 Lunch 12:30 12:45 Break 12:45 2:15 Reject, A Documentary Film 2:15 3:00 Panel Discussion with Q & A 3:00 Dismissal / Networking
Three ticket options available!
Full Seminar $25 Includes keynote, breakout session, lunch, movie, and panel discussion.
Full Seminar with CEUs $30 This option includes all the above activities, and you will receive a CEU certificate at the conclusion of the seminar.
Movie Only $5 This option includes the movie and panel discussion only. The movie will be shown at the Rhinehart Center Auer Auditorium. No CEUs will be available with this option.