Victoria Giulian, an Master of Social Work (MSW) student from the Dubois cohort, was among the student award winners at the 37th Annual EERS Conference held on April 28, 2014. She presented her work on neurofeedback for treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The work was conducted as part of her field education work at the Individual and Family CHOICES Program in State College, PA. It is noteworthy that Vicki acknowledged support in this work from an agency clinician who is also a former Temple graduate, Amelia McGinnis, LCSW, of the Huntingdon cohort (MSW, 09).

Each year, EERS conducts an annual conference which includes a call for student proposals in a competition among colleges and universities in the mid-Atlantic and northeast region of the US. The selected finalists are given free conference registration, including meals, and a cash honorarium.

We are very proud of Vicki and her accomplishment.