Kathy Hubbell, communication studies faculty, will be presented the William W. Marsh Lifetime Achievement Award from the Public Relations Society of America in October 2014.
Crosby led a one-day course titled Integrative Cognitive-Behavioral Group Therapy, presenting a model of a group therapy for adults with depression and anxiety that can be generalized to many other clinical populations.
He also led a workshop on Making the Organization Shift From Individual to Group Therapy in Large Health Care Systems. The workshop described how a large health care delivery system transitioned from a predominantly individual therapy model to an integrated CBT model in the treatment of mild to moderate depression and anxiety.
The American Group Psychotherapy Association is an interdisciplinary community that has been enhancing practice, theory and research of group therapy since 1942. The AGPA annual conference is the hallmark educational event in the field of group psychotherapy.