Olga Trujillo is an attorney, speaker, author and
survivor. Her experience over the past 25 years has been as a private attorney;
an attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice; a consultant to many local,
state and national organizations; a nationally sought speaker and author.
Olga is featured in the video
“A Survivor’s Story”, a documentary and training video based on her personal
experience of violence. In 2006, Olga
received the Bud Cramer Leadership Award given by National Children’s Alliance
for her work to help professionals around the country better understand the
impact of violence on children. Olga has authored a number of articles and
publications. Her memoir for New Harbinger Publications entitled “The Sum of My Parts” was released in
October 2011. She also co-authored a Handbook for Attorneys “Representing Domestic Violence Survivors Who
Are Also Experiencing Trauma and Mental Health Challenges” which was
released in January 2012. Olga currently writes a blog for Psychology Today.
Eluterio Blanco, Jr., has
been a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor since 2005. He is currently
working for the Region 11 OSAR at Rio Grande Valley Council, Inc. and has been
since 2007. He is a PhD candidate in the Rehabilitation Counseling program at
the University of Texas-Pan American and has published on the attitudes of
Mexican Americans toward cannabis use. He holds professional memberships with
the National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors (NAADAC), the
Texas Association of Addiction Professionals (TAAP), and the Society of
Addiction Psychology from the American Psychological Association (APA).
Mary Chandler Bolin, Ph.D., is the director of the University of
Kentucky Counseling Center (1998 – present) and a licensed psychologist holding
an earned doctorate (1994) in psychology.
She was co-PI for UK's SAMHSA campus suicide prevention grant, 2008-2011. Dr. Bolin served previously as the Counseling
Center coordinator of clinical services at the University of Virginia, where
she was appointed clinical associate professor.
Nationally, she is active in the Association for University and College Counseling
Center Directors (AUCCCD) and is a past-president of the International
Association of Counseling Services (IACS), which accredits campus agencies.
Since 2004, Dr. Bolin has
been a certified gatekeeper instructor for QPR (Question - Persuade - Refer)
suicide prevention, and now serves as a senior master trainer for QPR,
providing instructor certification events across the U.S. She has served on the steering committee of
the Kentucky Suicide Prevention Group (KSPG), on the Stop Youth Suicide (SYS)
Campaign, and as a consultant for program development and evaluation. Additional areas of clinical expertise
include post-trauma treatment, disordered eating and body image, serving
persons with disabilities, and work with LGBTQ persons. She has served on the University of Kentucky
President's Commission on Diversity, and currently sits on the GLBT task force
and Bias Response Team, in addition to consulting with UK's Students of Concern
Sallie E. Ingle, MA, LPC-S, is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor in private
practice in Lakeway, Texas. She serves
adolescents, families and adults, as well as providing clinical supervision for
LPC Interns as they prepare for full licensure. She is co-founder of the
Supervision Roundtable in Austin TX, a collaboration of Social Workers,
Licensed Marriage and Family Counselors, and Licensed Professional Counselors
engaged in clinical supervision. The
Supervision Roundtable provides support, consultation services, and continuing
education opportunities to promote excellence in supervision and longevity in
the field. Sallie is also a
certified Olweus Bully Prevention Trainer.
She has provided trainings to select schools in Austin Independent
School District and currently provides training and ongoing support to all
eight schools in Lake Travis Independent School District.
Jake Pinner is a 2010 Hays High School (HHS)
graduate and a music major at Texas State University. His passions include singing, journalism,
French and sports. As a staff writer for
the HHS newspaper, Jake wrote about sports, People First Language and
Autism. He earned a berth in the 2009
& 2010 Texas State UIL Solo & Ensemble Contests (TSSEC) and the 2008
& 2009 TMEA (Texas Music Educators Association) All-Region Choirs. Jake has been honing his self-advocacy skills
by presenting to parent and university groups and conferences around Texas.
Pinner began working with parents of children with disabilities, chronic
illness and other special health care needs in 1997 and continues through her
work as Training & Outreach Coordinator for Texas Parent to Parent. She is a Partner in Policymaking Graduate,
class of 2000, an AMCHP Family Scholar, and presents on a variety of topics to
groups around Texas. Jeanine has been
married for 41 years and is the mother of 2 children, ages 38 and 23. She and her son, Jake, often co-present on
issues related to self-determination and people first language, issues close to
both of their hearts. Jeanine@txp2p.org
Rebecca Rucker received her Master of Arts degree in
Humanistic and Clinical Psychology from The Merrill-Palmer Institute, which is
now a part of Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and
Supervisor and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Currently, she maintains a private practice
in Executive Coaching and serves as the Director of Organizational Development
for a privately owned outpatient psychiatric hospital in Houston. Over the last 20 years, she has delivered
ethics trainings to the American Counseling Association, the American
Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, and the Texas and Tennessee
Associations of Marriage and Family Therapy.
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