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International Symposium on Addictive Behavior

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International Symposium on Addictive Behavior

10:00-16:00, June 18, 2015

Jang’s Hall-Centennial Memorial Building, Sahmyook University

“Strategies to Reduce Addiction Harms

 

09:00-10:00 Registration

Moderator: SungJin Chung

(Professor, Department of Counseling and Psychology, Sahmyook University)

 

Opening ceremony: 10:00-10:20

Welcome remarks: Sanglae Kim, President, Sahmyook University

Awarding: Sungsoo Chun, Director, Center for Addiction Science Specialties

 

[Session 1: 10:20-12:00]

Chair: Kyunghyun Suh

(Professor, Department of Counseling and Psychology, Sahmyook University)

 

 

10:20~11:10

Strategies and Interventions to Reduce Alcohol-Related Harms

David Jernigan, Professor, Department of Health, Behavior and Society, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, USA

 

11:10~12:00

Networks and Programs of the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies: Implementation and Collaboration

Niamh Fitzgerald, Lecturer in Alcohol Studies Institute for Social Marketing (ISM), University of Stirling, Scotland

 

Lunch: 12:00-13:00

 

[Session 2: 13:00-16:00]

Chair: Jason Jinsoo Kim

(Professor, Department of Health-Bio Convergence, Graduate School, Sahmyook University)

 

13:00~13:50

Development of National Prevention System for Schools in Czech Republic through Addiction Study Programs of Charles University

Michal Miovsky, Professor, Department of Addictology of First Faculty of Medicine and General University Hospital, Charles University in Plague, Czech Republic

 

13:50~14:40

Counselor Characteristics and Training Needs for Clients with Co-Occurring Disorders

Barbara J. Lui, Licensed Clinical Psychologist Internship Program Coordinator Therapeutic Health Services(THS), USA

 

Refreshment: 14:40-15:00

 

15:00-15:50

Break Through cultural denial of alcoholism: Based on DSM-V

Tae Son Lee, Executive Director of Asian Counseling & Treatment Services (ACTS), USA

 

Closing: 15:50-16:00