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Phyllis Thompson, PhD, LCSW
Clinical Associate Professor


Peer Reviewed Publications:

Johnson, J. M., Thompson, P. L., Patterson, D. A., & Vent, A. (2015). Ethical concerns ??? related to the effect of staff turnover on human service agencies. Perspectives on Social Work.?Submitted for publication

LeDoux, C., Medina, C., & Thompson, P. (2014). Operationalizing EPAS Practice Behaviors in Advanced Level Field: The Strength of Collaboration, Council of Social Work Education (CSWE), Tampa, FL

 

Refereed Presentations:

Pilkay, S., & Thompson, P. (2016). What does neurobiology and epigenetics have to do with trauma? 32nd International Symposium on Child Abuse. Huntsville, Al? ?? (Accepted)

Thompson, P., & Pilkay, S. (2015). Epigenetics: The implications of trauma?s ripple effects and opportunity to influence future generations. Part I. Connecting for ?? Children?s Justice Conference. Nashville, TN? (Accepted)

Pilkay, S., & Thompson, P. (2015). Epigenetics: The implications of trauma?s ripple effects and opportunity to influence future generations. Part II. Connecting for Children?s Justice Conference. Nashville, TN? (Accepted)

Combs-Orme, T., Lefman, T., Strong, J., Thompson, P., Veerman, T. J., (2015) Faculty Development Institute: Teaching Science to Social Workers. Council of Social Work Education (CSWE), Denver, CO? ?(Accepted)

Galan-Cisneros, P., Thompson, P., & Gomez, R. (2014). Inspiring social work values:Enhancing social work education through socialization and gatekeeping. Council of Social Work Education (CSWE), Tampa, FL

Thompson, P. (2013). Impacts and Lifelong Consequences of Environmental Insults and Toxic Stress During Early Development. NASW Texas State Conference, Austin, TX

Le-Doux, C., Medina, C., Thompson, P. (2013). Operationalizing 2008 EPAS Practice Behaviors in Field Education: The Power of Collaboration. Council of Social Work Annual Conference, Dallas, TX

Thompson, P. (2013).? Sexual Abuse of Very Young Children and How Toxic Stress Influences Development through Epigenetics. 27th Annual State Conference on Prevention of Child Abuse, ??????????? San Antonio, TX

Thompson, P. (2013). The Intersection of Personal Values, Ethics and Resolution.? 27th Annual State Conference on Prevention of Child Abuse, San Antonio, TX

Thompson, P. (2013). Ethics 101. 27th Annual State Conference on Prevention of Child Abuse, San Antonio, TX

Thompson, P. (2011). An examination of concordance rates between the physical exam findings reported by general medical providers and those reported by pediatric sexual abuse specialists with children less than 3 years old. 25th Annual San Diego International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment, San Diego, CA

Thompson, P. (2010). Predictors of sexual abuse investigation and substantiation by child protective services involving children less than 3 years old. NASW Texas State Conference

Thompson, P., & Rosof-Williams, J. (2007). The Our Kids medical evaluation: A Multidisciplinary approach to child sexual abuse, International Forensic Nursing Conference, Salt Lake City, UT

Thompson, P., & Smeltzer, C. (2006). The Our Kids medical evaluation: A Multidisciplinary approach to child sexual abuse. The Annual Mid-Atlantic Conference on Child Abuse & Neglect, Ocean City, Maryland???

Thompson, P., & Gallion, H. (2006).? The Our Kids medical evaluation, 9th Annual New England Conference on Child Sexual Abuse. Burlington, VT

Thompson, P., & Rosof-Williams, J. (2005). Our Kids: A multidisciplinary approach to child sexual abuse. National Sexual Assault Conference, Pittsburgh, PA

Thompson, P., & Smeltzer, C. (2005). The Our Kids medical evaluation: An interdisciplinary approach to child sexual abuse. 10th Annual International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA

Thompson, P., & Gallion, H. (2005). The Our Kids medical evaluation: A multidisciplinary approach to child sexual abuse. 13th Annual APSAC Colloquium, New Orleans, LA

Thompson, P., & Rosof-Williams, J. (2005). The Our Kids medical evaluation: A multidisciplinary approach to child sexual abuse. 3rd Annual Violence in the World of Our Youth Conference, San Diego, CA

Thompson, P., & Rosof-Williams, J. (2004).? Our Kids medical evaluation: A multidisciplinary approach to child sexual abuse, 20th Annual Midwest Conference on Child Sexual Abuse, Madison, WI

 

Invited Presentations:

Bolen, B., Thompson, P., Pilkey, S. (2015). Trauma and the brain. Social Work Field Instructor Training, Sponsored by The University of Tennessee College of Social Work. Knoxville, TN

Thompson, P. (2013). Epigenetics and neurophysiology: In consideration of evidence based practice, is dropping bio from psychosocial evaluations really ethical? C.J. Collins Symposium. Sponsored by Our Lady of the Lake University

Thompson, P. (2013). Thinking about thinking. Second Annual Joint Field Instructor Training. Sponsored by University of Tennessee San Antonio, Our Lady of the Lake University, and Army Medicine

Thompson, P. (2013). Ethical Practice of Professionals Working within a Mandated System, 9th Annual Juvenile Sex Offender Management Conference. Sponsored by the Correctional Management Institute of Texas?

Thompson, P. (2013). Sexual Development of Young Children and How to Talk to Them About Safety without Scaring Them. “A City for Kids” Early Childhood Training and Resource Fair. Sponsored by Our Lady of the Lake University San Antonio, TX

Thompson, P. (2013). Epigenetics and Stress in Pregnancy. Seaton Home, San Antonio, TX

Thompson, P. (2011). Developing Online Programs, Panel Member, Our Lady of the Lake University Technology Show Case

Thompson, P. (2006). Child sexual abuse: What is it and how to respond. Sponsored by Vanderbilt Center of Excellence, Nashville, TN

Thompson, P. (2006). Identification and reporting of self-injury, St. Stephen’s Catholic Community, Nashville, TN

Thompson, P. (2006). Gathering a medical legal history from children when there are concerns of sexual abuse, Sponsored by Vanderbilt Center of Excellence, Lunch & Learn, Nashville, TN

Thompson, P.? & Gallion, H. (2005).? Sexual abuse medical evaluations, Robertson and Cheethem County Department of Children Services, TN

Thompson, P. (2005). Child sexual abuse, Sumner County Schools, TN

Thompson, P. (2004). Forensic Interviewing: Integrating Research Findings & ?Clinical Experience, Child Help, Knoxville, TN

Thompson, P. & Gallion, H. (2004). The medical history and aspects of the pediatric sexual abuse evaluation, Davidson County Department of Children’s Services and Nashville Child Advocacy Center, TN

Thompson, P. & Gallion, H. (2004). Psychosocial and medical aspects of the pediatric sexual abuse evaluation, Dickson County Department of Children’s Services, Dickson, TN

Thompson, P. & Gallion, H. (2004). Forensic medical legal evaluations of abuse victims. Connecting for Children’s Justice: A Symposium on Child Maltreatment, Tennessee Chapter of Children’s Advocacy Centers.

Thompson, P. (2003). Making a difference: Identifying and responding to child sexual abuse. The Exchange Club, Nashville, TN

Thompson, P. (2002). Identifying and responding to child physical and sexual abuse. Matthew Walker Clinic, Nashville, TN

Thompson, P. (2001). Making a difference. CASA, Court Appointed Special Advocate for Davidson County, Nashville, TN

Thompson, P. (2001). Child sexual abuse and how you can make a difference in a child’s life, Minnesota State University Moorhead, Graduate Counseling and Student Affairs program, Moorhead, MN

Kashmark, M. & Thompson, P. (1997), Helping Us Grow In School (HUGS): A truancy prevention program. Minnesota School Counselors Association; Brainerd, MN


 

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