Conferences & Presentations
Our team regularly represents our young adult transitional living program at conferences and symposiums.
Conferences are a great opportunity to share about the work we do with emerging young adults and to continue education in the clinical field. We love to connect with industry professionals and other programs that align with our ethos too!
Cornerstones of Maine is a member of the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs and the Young Adult Transition Association. Aside from continued learning, we welcome opportunities to share our knowledge and expertise at conferences and panels. A list of some of the topics we have presented on over the years are below.
Presentations & Panels
October 2023 || Gwen Tuttle, LCSW and Lacee DeLorey, “Frisky Business, The Golden Years: The Importance of Comprehensive Sex Positive Education Adults 65+ ”, University of Maine 18th Annual Clinical Geriatrics Colloquium
July 2023 || Eric Beaudoin, Psy.D. and Andy Benckart. Client to Colleague: A Retrospective on Residential Treatment, Other Parents Like Me
June 2023 || Gwen Tuttle, LCSW and Lacee DeLorey, “Frisky Business: The Importance of Comprehensive Sex Positive Education for Emerging LGBTQ+ Adults”, Canadian Psychological Society’s Annual International Conference, PREACH
June 2023 || Jacob Gelles, Psy.D., Choosing the Right Young Adult Transition Program, Other Parents Like Me
April 2023 || Gwen Tuttle, LCSW, “Forgive Me Father for I have Sinned: Confessions of a Therapist’s Use of Language in Countertransference”, Society for Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Psychology, Division 39, 49th Annual Spring Meeting
October 2022 || Gwen Tuttle, LCSW and Lacee DeLorey, “Frisky Business: The Importance of Comprehensive Sex Positive Education for Emerging Adults”, National Association of Social Workers Annual Conference
Oct 2022 || Kerry Bennett, MA, LCPC and Lacee DeLorey, “Taste the Rainbow: Addressing the Vital Needs of Our LGBTQ+ Population Through Inclusive Sexual Education.” NATSAP Northeast
October 2019 and February 2020 || Gwen Tuttle, LCSW and Eric Beaudoin, Psy.D., “All in the Family: Utilizing an MBT Approach in Family Therapy as the Vehicle for Growth in Individual Therapy”, NATSAP Northeast and NATSAP Annual
October 2016 || Jacob Gelles, Psy.D., “Demystifying the Unconscious: A new formulation of the unconscious based on neuropsychological principles”, NATSAP Northeast