In this episode we welcome Oriana Jiménez (Title IX Coordinator) and Manny Ayala (Title IX Program Specialist) from the Rollins College Title IX office. Listen in to learn more about what Title IX is, how the Title IX team supports students who are victims of sexual assault, harassment, and violence, what you can do if you are assaulted, and how to be a supportive friend and ally to someone who is a victim. Also, we talk about the difference between assault, violence and harassment and explore the national and college data. Finally, we discuss Sexual Assault Awareness Month and the activities and programs that are created for campus each year.
Dr. Sanabria is back and just in time for us to tackle the topic of loneliness. Tune in and hear about how loneliness affects us and our brain, what we can do when it impacts us, and learn what age is the peak time for loneliness.
Join the Docs as we welcome two more Docs – Dr. Jenny Queen and Dr. Alice Davison, Associate Professors of Psychology at Rollins College. Listen in as they share their journeys into the field of psychology, the diverse areas of study in in this field, and the experience of being a psychology major at Rollins College.
Resilience is the process of adapting well in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats or significant sources of stress. In this episode we welcome Dr. Joel Filmore, as he shares his incredible story of resilience from prisoner to professor. Dr. Filmore is the founder, co-owner, and Director of Clinical Services for Lighthouse Professional Counseling Center. He is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) as well as a Licensed Associate Sex Offender Provider (LASOP). He is a nationally known professional counselor, educator, researcher, author, trainer, and public speaker. He is also currently an Assistant Professor and Mental Health Counseling Program Coordinator at Springfield College in Milwaukee, WI.