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The article explores the intersection of the study of materiality, a medieval instance of the sensus fidelium in the eucharistic Feast of Corpus Christi, and the paradox that the bodily senses other than taste and touch can be a means of encounter with the divine. In doing so, the article gestures toward implications for laity, spirituality, and theology today.

Three Graduate students from the Counseling Program presented the following poster sessions at the 2016 Annual Association for Play Therapy International Conference in Louisville, Kentucky:

Integrating Gestalt Play Therapy and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing in the Treatment of Traumatized Children, by Patricia M. Hickham

Play Therapy Interventions for Children with ADHD and Accompanying Anxiety Symptoms, by Ashley Lopez and Catherine Schully

This year Loyola Faculty and Students have been accepted to present at the ACA 2017 Conference at San Francisco, California. We would like to congratulate these individuals for their hard work and dedication to the field.       

Student led poster board presentation accepted:
Integrating Gestalt Play Therapy and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing in the Treatment of Traumatized Children, by Patricia M. Hickham

Dr. Angela Richard-Eaglin, a 2015 graduate of the DNP Program, will join Duke University School of Nursing's (DUSON) faculty and will lead their VA Nursing Academic Partnership in Graduate Education Program. In this role, she will be responsible for veteran centric content and clinical education within the Adult-Gerontology Primary Care NP master's program. Dr. Richard-Eaglin will be a member of DUSON's Healthcare in Adult Populations Division.
 
Our sincere congratulations and best wishes go out to Dr. Richard-Eaglin.

BSN-DNP student Melody Eschete has been announced as the Louisiana Association of Nurse Practitioners (LANP) Nurse Practitioner Student of the Year. This award is given to one LANP student member for her or his outstanding character, school performance, leadership, and interpersonal skills. It is the second year in a row that a Loyola University New Orleans student was awarded this honor.

LIM encourages students to connect their studies to practical concerns, and Grant Tregre has done so in all his coursework.  His study of the system of mass incarceration and its impact on African Americans led him to develop a New Jim Crow Ministry in St.

Dr. Thomas Foster and Counseling Student Patty Hickham recently were selected to lead a roundtable presentation at the upcoming 2017 American Counseling Association national conference, which will be held in March 2017 in San Francisco, Calif.

The topic of the roundtable will be "Difficult Cases with EMDR: Collective Supervision using Multiple Trauma Theories."

"Loyola's DNP program is a rigorous program designed to prepare students to enter into their desired specialty and function in a doctoral capacity. The program is intense. Upon completing the program, students are prepared to fulfill the college's motto: ‘Every nurse a leader!' "

“LIM provided me with a fantastic learning experience and environment. I was energized and challenged by the curriculum, professors, and fellow LIM students.  The online learning experience allowed me to pursue my desire for advanced learning related to my faith.  This was an important step in my ongoing faith journey. I've taken my LIM experience and continue to apply it to my professional and personal life through ministering to those God places in my life.”

"It has been an exciting journey since I embarked on the MPS program with LIM. I enjoyed the robust discussions online and the exchange of experiences with my course mates and instructors. The program is flexible, and I am able to continue my full time work as a pastoral worker in the Archdiocese of Singapore. In fact, I am able to take what I have learned in the program and apply it to the work that I am doing straight away! I have also discovered that while we may be divided by time zones, some of our pastoral issues and concerns are very similar.

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