IFC Suicide Prevention Workshop

Add to Calendar 10/23/2014 18:30:0010/23/2014 19:30:0015IFC Suicide Prevention WorkshopJoin interfraternity Council for a one hour workshop. The following are biographies on the speakers. Steven D. Mueller, Ed.D., PCC Assistant Vice President of Health & Wellness and Director of the Counseling Center Ed.D., Counseling, University of Cincinnati M.S., Clinical Psychology, University of Dayton B.A., Psychology, University of Dayton Steve's theoretical orientation is Cognitive-Behavioral and Eclectic. His professional interests include wellness issues, stress management, career counseling and administrative issues. Steve is married with three boys. His wife works in the Admissions office. Steve enjoys sports in general and playing softball. He loves ice cream, is active at Ascension Catholic Church, enjoys positive people and loves to travel as he can.  Jennica Karpinski, Psy.D. Psychologist, Coordinator of Outreach Programming Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, Wright State University School of Professional Psychology  Combined B.S./M.A., Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Lesley University Jennica's theoretical base is feminist therapy, which is focused on looking at the impact of social roles on her clients. She often uses multiculturally-informed Cognitive-Behavioral and Interpersonal interventions within the feminist framework. Her professional interests include the convergence of diversity variables, gender issues, outreach and prevention programming. Jennica enjoys reading, movies and exploring cultural happenings in Dayton, Cincinnati and Columbus.VWK Main Meeting RoomCenter for Student Involvementstudentorgs@udayton.eduNo10/23/2014

Thursday, October 23

Time: 6:30 p.m. — 7:30 p.m.

Location: VWK Main Meeting Room

Join interfraternity Council for a one hour workshop. The following are biographies on the speakers.


Steven D. Mueller, Ed.D., PCC
Assistant Vice President of Health & Wellness and Director of the Counseling Center
Ed.D., Counseling, University of Cincinnati
M.S., Clinical Psychology, University of Dayton
B.A., Psychology, University of Dayton

Steve's theoretical orientation is Cognitive-Behavioral and Eclectic. His professional interests include wellness issues, stress management, career counseling and administrative issues. Steve is married with three boys. His wife works in the Admissions office. Steve enjoys sports in general and playing softball. He loves ice cream, is active at Ascension Catholic Church, enjoys positive people and loves to travel as he can. 

Jennica Karpinski, Psy.D.
Psychologist, Coordinator of Outreach Programming
Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, Wright State University School of Professional Psychology 
Combined B.S./M.A., Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Lesley University

Jennica's theoretical base is feminist therapy, which is focused on looking at the impact of social roles on her clients. She often uses multiculturally-informed Cognitive-Behavioral and Interpersonal interventions within the feminist framework. Her professional interests include the convergence of diversity variables, gender issues, outreach and prevention programming. Jennica enjoys reading, movies and exploring cultural happenings in Dayton, Cincinnati and Columbus.

Contact Information:

Name:  Center for Student Involvement
Website:  udayton.edu/studev/involvement
Phone:  937-229-3333
Email:  studentorgs@udayton.edu