Dr. Jim Davis, human sciences faculty, presented workshops on senior policy and advocacy at the Aging in America conference in San Diego in March 2014.
Department of Human Sciences
MS in Education: Counseling – Couples, Marriage and Family, Portland State University
BA in Human Studies, Marylhurst University
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Family Therapy
Relationship with the Transcendent: A Critical Inquiry into Numinous Experience
Tess Yevka has more than 10 years of education and exploration in the arenas of human awareness, body/mind/soul connection, spiritual practice, personal growth and self-discovery. She has led workshops covering such topics as: spiritual sexuality, open communication, empowered healing and improvisational acting as a vehicle for self-expression. She is a community involvement volunteer coordinator for the Apollo College Nursing Program. From 2005-2008, she served on the planning committee for Roots & Wings, a child abuse prevention month event for the Multnomah County Commission on Children, Families and Community. Her professional associations include the Oregon Education Association and Oregon Women in Higher Education.
Presentations / Workshops
Mind/Body Healing – Whole Health workshop co-facilitated with Chiropractic doctor.
Tango: The Relationship – Couples relationship workshop co-facilitated with Argentine tango instructor.
Finding Self – Women's empowerment workshop.
Being Here – Workshop for sexual child abuse survivors.
Community/World Service Activities
Team Leader, Child Abuse Prevention Month: Roots & Wings Committee (2006-2008)
AmeriCorps Member, CPSVWC, Child Abuse & Domestic Violence Prevention (2005-2006)
Graphic Designer, Promotional materials for Mapusha Weaving Cooperative (2004-present)
Graphic Designer, Fundraising note cards for Esperado House & Mapusha Weavers (2003)
Producer and Graphic Designer, Ubuntu: Benefit Concert for Zulu Village (May 2003)
Producer, Embracing Argentina: Benefit Dance & Auction (August 2002)
Graphic Designer, Fundraising calendar for Esperado House, South Africa (2002)