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V. Scott Soldberg
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Mary and Punky Heppner
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Nadya A. Fouad
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Monica-Cuskelly
Spencer Niles
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Karen Moni
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Monica Cuskelly
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Anna Paszkowska-Rogacz
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Sandro M Sodano
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Luís Sérgio Vieira
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Pamela Eddy
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Lyn Barham
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Anna-Lisa Ciccocioppo
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Marco Vannotti
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Levent Oncel
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Kerrie G. Wilkin
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Zilmara Bonai
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Yuliya Lipshits-Braziler
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 Kalliope Kounenou
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Nurten KARACAN ÖZDEMİR (1)
Nurten Karacan Özdemir
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School managers and officials of the Ministry of Education of Singapore

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Education and counseling students of the The College of William & Mary May 17-24, 2014

The Larios Laboratory hosted at the end of May 2014 a group of W&M students. During one week of work they attended many lectures with faculty and staff members of the University of Padova. The met prof. Alberto Voci, Director of the bachelor degree in Social and Work Psychology and prof. Annamaria Manganelli, Director of the Master course in Social, Work and Communication Psychology, prof. Cristina Marogna, professor of group counseling, Luigi Castelli, Delegate of the Rector for e-learning and Prof. Francesca Pazzaglia, Dean of the School of Psychology. They also met Dr. Elisa di Luca, Head of University Disability Service, Dr. Minicuci, project manager, International Public Relations Office and Dr. Gioia Grigolin, Human Resource Manager of the University. US students worked also with a group of Padova university students and developed three case studies – both in English and Italian. Several W&M students also conducted research. Doctoral student Amy Williams, for instance, interviewed the Italian university students about substance use and consequences. “Not only was I able to conduct a research study during the trip, but I also learned a lot about the differences between American and Italian conceptualizations of addiction, treatment, and post-treatment opportunities” she said. At the end of the week in Padova, W&M students presented their research as part of a one-day conference about the future of counseling in Italy. Originally, the students were going to present their work in a short research symposium, but the Larios Laboratory turned the opportunity into a national event ‘Il counseling del futuro’ and William & Mary Education Dean Spencer Niles as the keynote speaker. Although she doesn’t specialize in counseling, Eddy, too, was asked to speak at the conference about the idea of leading change. “It really made me think about what we look at as permeable borders between our areas of study and discipline because often we think we’re in our little silo, and we really need to be reaching out,” she said. Likewise, students found applications to their own areas of research interests—often in unexpected ways.

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