Ms. April N. Terry, LMLP

Instructor


Degrees:
B.A. Psychology, Kansas Wesleyan University
B.A. Criminal Justice, Kansas Wesleyan University
M.A. Psychology, Washburn University

Courses Taught:
Drugs and Society
Community Corrections
Criminal Profiling
Victimology
Criminology
Sex Crimes
Introduction to Criminal Justice
Corrections
Serial Killers
Criminal Justice Research

Fields of Specialization:
Licensed Master's Level Psychologist; examining the differences in attitudes among juvenile justice system personnel; assessing risk/need/personality characteristics of juvenile offenders; exploring the pathways to offending; clinical therapy with mentally ill offenders and sex offending youth. 

Other Professional Activity:
Coordinator for the Global Justice Learning Community

Certified on the Youthful Level of Service - Case Management Inventory (YLS/CMI); Effective Communication Motivational Strategies and Common Sense Parenting.

Facilitator of Choices, Changes Challenges Curriculum; Thinking for a Change and Aggression Replacement Training.

Presentations:
Terry, A.N. Special Populations in Juvenile Offenders (2012). Presented to the Kansas Association of Court Services Officers.

Terry, A.N. The etiology and treatment of juvenile sex offenders (2010). Presented to the Washburn University's Department of Psychology.

Stos, A.N. The etiology and prognosis of eating disorders (2009). Presented to the Washburn University's Athletic Department.

Hoekstra, S.J. & Stos, A.N. Video gamers and perceptual intelligence: Pattern recognition in Set (2008). Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

Hoekstra, S.J., Stos, A.N., Swendson, J.R., & Hoekstra, A.E.H. Racial bias in dream content (2007). Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

Stos, A.N. Authoritarianism and racial bias (2006). Oral presentations at Kansas Wesleyan University, Salina, KS.

Publications:
Hoekstra, S.J., Stos, A.N., Swendson, J.R., & Hoekstra, A.E.H. (2012). Racial bias in dream content. Dreaming, 22 (1), 10-17.