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L. Kevin Chapman, Ph.D.


Associate Professor, Clinical Psychology

Director, Center for Mental Health Disparities

Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences

University of Louisville

Louisville, KY 40292

Phone: 502-852-3017

Email: kevin.chapman@louisville.edu

Education:

B.S., Psychology, Centre College, 1996-2000

M.S., Clinical Psychology, Eastern Kentucky University, 2000-2002

Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, The University of Louisville, 2002-2006
Professional Experience:

Associate Professor, University of Louisville, present.

Director, University of Louisville Center for Mental Health Disparities (CMHD)

Licensed Psychologist

Faculty in Residence, University of Louisville Muhammad Ali Institute for Peace and Justice

Fellow, Texas Center for Health Disparities (2008-2009)

Psychology Intern, Jefferson County Internship Consortium (JCIC), Louisville, Kentucky, June 2005-July2006.

Professional Affiliations and Positions:



  • Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) Convention Committee, Master Clinician Seminar Committee, Chair

  • Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) Program Chair, 2014

    • Anxiety Disorders Special Interest Group Member

    • African Americans in Behavior Therapy Special Interest Group Member

  • International OCD Foundation, Member

  • Anxiety Disorders Association of American, Member

  • American Psychological Association

    • Division 37 Child, Youth, and Family Services,

    • Division 31: State and Territorial Psychological Associations,

    • Division 43: Family Psychology

    • Division 45: Society Division 12, Section VI: Clinical Psychology, Ethnic Minority Section for the study of ethnic minority issues

  • Kentucky Psychological Association

    • Clinical Psychology Special Interest Section

    • Diversity Committee

    • Committee for Early Career Psychologists

  • Association for Applied Sports Psychology, Member

  • University of Louisville College of Arts and Sciences Signature Partnership Faculty Liaison

  • University of Louisville Athletics, Sports Performance Team Psychologist

Teaching Experience: University of Louisville



Introduction to Clinical Psychology (undergraduate level)

Multicultural Psychology (undergraduate level)

Psychological Interventions I (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, graduate level)

Multicultural Considerations in Empiricism and Practice (graduate level)

Honors and Awards:



  • University of Louisville Faculty Favorite Nomination (2010-2012)

  • Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated “Catering to you “ Appreciation Award 2010

  • University of Louisville Men’s Soccer “Faculty Guest Coach” Award

  • University of Louisville Swimming and Diving “Faculty Guest Coach” Award

  • ABCT African American Special Interest Group Faculty Mentor Award (2009-2010)

  • University of Louisville Athletics Red and Black Faculty Mentor Award 2009-2010

  • University of Louisville Faculty Favorite Nomination (2009-2010)

  • Steps Toward Academic Research (STAR) Fellow; Texas Center for Health Disparities (2008-2009)

  • Who’s Who of Black Louisville (2008)

  • Office of Minority Affairs Faculty Appreciation Award, University of Louisville, 2008

  • Golden Key International Honor Society, Honorary member, 2007

  • Dean Citation for the University of Louisville Graduate, 2006

  • Kentucky Psychological Association of Graduate Students (KPAGS) Association of the Year Award, 2004

  • APAGS State Advocacy Coordinators, APA State Leadership Conference, Washington, D.C., 2004

  • APAGS Travel Award , APA Conference, Toronto, Canada, 2003

  • APAGS Diversity Delegate, APA State Leadership Conference, Washington, D.C 2003

  • University Fellowship, University of Louisville, 2002-2004

  • Kentucky Psychological Association Research Poster Presenter (2nd place), 2001.

  • African-American Achievement Award, Eastern Kentucky University, 2001

Editorial Boards:



Journal of Anxiety Disorders (2011- )

Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review (2013-)
Guest Editor:

Special Issue: Anxiety assessment and treatment in ethnic minority adults and children. (2012). Journal of Anxiety

Disorders, 26 (4), 487-564.
Journal Reviewer:

Appetite

Assessment

Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review

Contemporary Clinical Trials

Canadian Journal of Behavioral Sciences

Journal of Experimental Psychopathology

Journal of Affective Disorders

Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders

Anxiety, Stress, and Coping

Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry

Personality and Individual Differences

Journal of Black Psychology

Mindfulness

Psychology and Health

Journal of the National Medical Association

Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology

Oxford Press

Pearson Publications

Wiley Publications

Contributor (Anxiety and Related Disorders)



http://www.blackmentalhealthnet.com
Scholarly Publications:
Chapman, L. K., Petrie, J., & Vines, L. (in press). The factor structure of the SCL-90 in a community-based

sample of African American adults. Psychiatry Review.

Lyle, K. L., Chapman, L. K., & Martin, J. (in press). Is Handedness Related to Anxiety? New Answers to an Old

Question. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition

Petrie, J., Chapman, L. K., & Vines, L. (2013). The clinical utility of the Positive and Negative Affect Scales-

Extended Version (PANAS X) in predicting anxiety disorders in African American adults: A receiver operating characteristic analysis. Journal of Black Psychology, 39 (2), 131-155.

Mendoza, D. B., Williams, M., Chapman, L. K., & Powers, M. (2012). Minority inclusion in randomized

clinical trials of panic disorder. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 26(5), 574-582.

Williams, M. T., Chapman, L. K., Wong, J., & Turkheimer, E. (2012). The role of ethnic identification in

symptoms of anxiety and depression. Psychiatry Research, 199, 31-36.

Chapman, L. K. (2012). Foreword: Anxiety assessment and treatment in ethnic

minority adults and children. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 26 (4), 487.

Owen, J. J., Chapman, L. K., Quirk, K., Inch, L. J., France, T., & Bergan, C. (2012). Processes of change in

relationship education for lower-income African American couples. Journal of Couple and Relationship



Therapy, 51-68.

Chapman, L. K., Petrie, J., Vines, L., & Durrett, E. (2012). The Co-Occurrence of Anxiety Disorders in African American Parents and Their Children. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 26, 65-70.



Chapman, L. K., Vines, L., & Petrie, J. (2011). Fear factors: Cross validation of specific phobia domains in

a community-based sample of African American adults. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 25(4), 539-544.

Chapman, L. K., & Steger, M. F. (2010). Race and religion: Differential prediction of anxiety

symptoms by religious coping in African American and European American young adults. Depression and Anxiety, 27, 316-322.

Chapman, L. K., & Woodruff-Borden, J. (2009). The impact of family functioning on anxiety symptoms on



African American and European American young adults. Personality and Individual Differences, 47, 583-

589.

Chapman, L. K., Williams, S. R., Mast, B. T., & Woodruff-Borden, J. (2009). A confirmatory factor



analysis of the Beck Anxiety Inventory in African American and European American young adults. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 23, 387-392.

Chapman, L. K., Kertz, S. J., & Woodruff-Borden, J. (2009). A structural model analysis of psychological



distress and perceived control on worry in among African American and European American young adults. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 23, 69-76.

Chapman, L. K., Kertz, S. J., & Zurlage, M., & Woodruff-Borden, J. (2008). A confirmatory factor analysis of specific phobia domains in African American and Caucasian American young adults. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 22 (5), 763-771.



Harvison, K. W., Chapman, L. K., Ballash, N. G., & Woodruff-Borden, J. (2008). Anxiogenic patterns in

mother-child interactions. Child and Family Behavior Therapy, 30(2), 137-152.

Kertz, S. J., Smith, C. L., Chapman, L. K., & Woodruff-Borden, J. (2008). Maternal sensitivity and anxiety: Impact

on child outcome. Child and Family Behavior Therapy 30 (2), 153-171.

Madson, M. B., Chapman, L. K., Wood-Barcalow, N., & Williams-Nickelson, C. (2005). (Eds.). Succeeding in practicum: An APAGS resource guide. American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Wilson, S. P., Kipp, K., & Chapman, L. K. (2004). Limits of the retrieval inhibition construct: List segregation in directed-forgetting. The Journal of General Psychology, 130(4), 359-379.
Books and Book Chapters

Chapman, L.K., Delapp, R.C.T., & Richards, A. (in press).  Assessment of Phobia, Panic, & GAD with African Americans. In Guide to Psychological Assessment with African Americans, L. T. Benuto, ed., Springer (forthcoming for 2013).

Meyer, B., Chapman, L. K., & Weaver, C. (2009). Case studies in Abnormal Behavior (8thed.). Boston: Allyn &

Bacon.
Manuscripts Under Review
Chapman, L. K., Petrie, J., & Vines, L. (2013). Clinical utility of self-report measures in predicting social phobia

in African American adults: A receiver operating characteristic analysis. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Petrie, J., Richards, A., & Chapman, L. K. (2013). The relationship between resiliency and psychopathology in African American youth. Manuscript submitted for publication.
Manuscripts in Preparation
Chapman, L. K., & Delapp, C. T. R. (2013) Nine-session cognitive-behavioral treatment of a blood-injection injury phobia

Thurston-Snoah, B. J., & Chapman, L. K. (2011). An examination of affect, sex, and cognitive function in an

African American sample of individuals with schizophrenia. Manuscript in preparation.
Research Presentations:
DeLapp, R.C.T., Petrie, J. M., Richards, A. E., Davis, D.M., Bahojb-Nouri, L.V., Buckner, E.V., & Chapman, L.K.

(2012). Patterns of fear in African American youth: A factor analysis of the Fear Survey Schedule Children- Revised in a community-based African American youth sample. Association of Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies, National Harbor, MD.

Richards, A., Chapman, L.K., & Petrie, J. (2012). Religious coping as a moderator of perceived control and panic

symptoms in African American adults. Poster to be presented at ABCT, National Harbor, MD, November 15-18, 2012.

Petrie, J., Vines, L., & Chapman, L. K. (2011). The co-occurrence of anxiety disorders in African American parents

and their children. Poster presented at the Association for the Advancement of Behavioral and Cognitive

Therapies Conference, Toronto, ON.

Richards, A., Petrie, J., & Chapman, L. K. (2011). The relationship between resiliency and psychopathology in

African American youth. Poster presented at the Association for the Advancement of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Conference, Toronto, ON.

Davis, D., Williams, M. T., & Chapman, L. K. (2011). Anxiety and affect in racially unmatched dyads: Implications

for a therapeutic relationship. Poster presented at the Association for the Advancement of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Conference, Toronto, ON.

Duque, G., Wetterneck C. T., Chapman, L. K., & Williams, M. T. (2011). Regional differences in ethnic identity

among African American adults. Poster presented at the Association for the Advancement of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Conference, Toronto, ON.

Davis, D., Vines, L., Petrie, J., & Chapman, L. K. (2011) Domains of worry in a sample of anxious and non-anxious

African Americans. Poster presented at the 31st Annual Anxiety Disorders Association of American Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Durrett, E., Vines, L., Petrie, J., Buckner, E., & Chapman, L. K. (2011). The effects of child psychopathology on

parenting stress in a community-based sample of African Americans. Poster presented at the 31st Annual Anxiety Disorders Association of American Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Gurren, M., Petrie, J., Vines, L., & Chapman, L. K. (2011). The relationship between social anxiety, anger, and

disruptive behavior in African American youth. Poster presented at the 31st Annual Anxiety Disorders Association of American Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Petrie, J., Vines, L., & Chapman, L. K. (2011). The clinical utility of the Positive and Negative Affect Scales-

Extended Version (PANAS X) in predicting anxiety disorders in African American adults: A receiver operating characteristic analysis. Poster presented at the 31st Annual Anxiety Disorders Association of American Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Simmons, A., Petrie, J., Vines, L., & Chapman, L. K. (2011). The familial transmission of anxiety in African

Americans: Does resiliency moderate the relationship? Poster presented at the 31st Annual Anxiety Disorders Association of American Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Vines, L., Chapman, L. K., & Petrie, J. (2011). The factor structure and psychometric properties of the

Multidimensional Anxiety Scale for Children in a community sample of African Americans

Poster presented at the 31st Annual Anxiety Disorders Association of American Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Chapman, L. K., Petrie, J., & Vines, L. (2010). Fear factors: Cross validation of specific phobia domains in a community-based sample of African American adults. Presented at the Association for the Advancement

of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Vines, L. M., Petrie, J., & Chapman, L. K. (2010). Does the SCL-90 predict clinical severity ratings of anxiety in

African American adults? Presented at the Association for the Advancement of Behavioral and Cognitive

Therapies Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Kakar, S., Petrie, J., Mitchell-Hurd, L., Vines, L., & Chapman, L.K. (2010). The scary truth: The familial linkage of

phobias in African American youth. Kentucky Psychological Association Academic Conference,

Louisville, KY.

Buckner, E. V., Durrett, E. L., Seiler, Z., & Chapman, L. K. (2010). Psychosocial factors predicting aggression

attitudes, vulnerability, and resiliency in a community-based sample of African American adolescents. Kentucky Psychological Association Academic Conference, Louisville, KY.

Burke, J. K., Gurren, M. E., & Chapman, L. K. (2010). Internalizing symptoms as predictors of diagnostic

vulnerability in a community-based sample of African American children. Kentucky Psychological

Association Academic Convention, Louisville, KY.

Chapman, L. K., Vines, L., Petrie, J. M., Goodwin, S., Buckner, E., Kakar, S., Gurren, M., Burke, J., & Bailey-

Ndaiye, S. (2010). The CAFÉ Project: Anxiety Disorders in a Community Based Sample of African American Families. Anxiety Disorders Association of America, Baltimore, Maryland.

Chapman, L. K. & Qualls-Hampton, R. (2009). An examination of familial anxiety in African American parent

child-dyads. Texas Center for Health Disparities Conference, Forth Worth, TX.

Canada, D. D., Alexander, K. M., & Chapman, L. K. (2009). Cross cultural comparison of social anxiety symptoms

among European American and African American college students across matched-income. Kentucky Psychological Association Spring Convention, Lexington, KY.

Alexander, K. M., Canada, D. D., & Chapman, L. K. (2009). A cross-cultural comparison of worry symptoms

among European American and African American young adults. Kentucky Psychological Association Spring Convention, Lexington, KY.

Diggs, Q. T., Debreaux, M., Babbage, B., Alexander, K. M., Canada, D. D., Kniffley, S., & Chapman, L. K. (2009).

Parents just don’t understand: Retrospective reports of parental control on psychological distress among European American and African American young adults. Kentucky Psychological Association Spring Convention, Lexington, KY.

Chapman, L. K., & Steger, M. F. (2008). Race and religion: Differential prediction of anxiety symptoms by religious

coping in African American and European American young adults. Association for the Advancement of Cognitive and Behavior Therapies, Orlando, FL.

Tammen, E., Chapman, L. K., Sawyer, J. K., Crawford, N. A., & Woodruff-Borden, J. (2008). Mother and Father

Acceptance: Differential Impact on Current Anxiety Symptoms in African American and European American Young Adults. Association for the Advancement of Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies, Orlando, FL.

Hosey, R. P., Schrock, M., Kertz, S. J., Williams, S., Chapman, L. K., Woodruff-Borden, J., & Newton, T. L. (2008)

Anxiety as a function of crime risk in a primary care sample. Association for the Advancement of Cognitive and Behavior Therapies, Orlando, FL.

Williams, S., Chapman, L.K., Mast, B. T., & Woodruff-Borden, J. (2008). A confirmatory factory analysis of the

Beck Anxiety Inventory in African American and European American young adults. Association of Psychological Science (APS), Chicago, IL.

Chapman, L. K., Kertz, S. J., & Woodruff-Borden, J. (2007). Negative affect, perceptions of control, and worry: S Structural differences among African American and Caucasian young adults. Association for the A Advancement of Cognitive and Behavior Therapies, Philadelphia, PA.

Ballash, N., Kertz, S. J., Zurlage, M. M., Chapman, L. K., & Woodruff-Borden, J. (2007). A developmental analysis of maternal control in the etiology of anxiety. Association for the Advancement of Cognitive and Behavior Therapies, Philadelphia, PA.

Zurlage, M. M., Kertz, S. J., Chapman, L. K., Newton, T., & Woodruff-Borden, J. (2007).

Explanatory models of anxiety in primary care. American Psychological Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.

Kertz, S. J., Zurlage, M. M., Chapman, L. K, & Woodruff-Borden, J. (2007). Retrospective reports of

family functioning and current social anxiety in a college sample. Association for the Advancement of Cognitive and Behavior Therapies, Philadelphia, PA.

Kertz, S. J., Zurlage, M. M., Chapman, L. K, & Woodruff-Borden, J. (2007). Anxiety and ethnicity:

An analysis of maternal behaviors in African American and Caucasian families with preschool age children. Association for the Advancement of Cognitive and Behavior Therapies, Philadelphia, PA.

Zurlage, M. M., Kertz, S. J., Chapman, L. K., & Woodruff-Borden, J. (2007). Fathers’ psychological

control and acceptance as a mediator and moderator of anxiety. Association for the Advancement of Cognitive and Behavior Therapies, Philadelphia, PA.

Zurlage, M. M., Kertz, S. J., Smith, C. L., Chapman, L. K., & Woodruff-Borden, J. (2007).

Maternal Sensitivity and Anxiety as Predictors of Child Behavioral Outcomes.

Association for the Advancement of Cognitive and Behavior Therapies, Philadelphia, PA.

Chapman, L. K., Ballash, N. G., & Woodruff-Borden, J. (2005). Ethnicity and control: The impact

of parental anxiety in African American and Caucasian families. Accepted for presentation at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Washington, D.C.

Chapman, L. K., Harvison, K., Brewer, V., Pemble, M. K., Woodruff-Borden, J. (2004). Familial

anxiety: An examination of parental affectionless control and child disengagement. Association for the Advancement of Cognitive and Behavior Therapies, New Orleans, LA.

Pemble, M. K., Ballash, N. B., & Chapman, L. K. (2004) Parenting style: Role of parental anxiety

and depression. Association for the Advancement of Cognitive and Behavior Therapies, New Orleans, LA.

Brewer, V. L., Ruberg, J., Pemble, M. K., Chapman, L. K., & Woodruff-Borden, J. (2004)

Personality, child temperament, and the role parental anxiety. Association for the Advancement of Cognitive and Behavior Therapies, New Orleans, LA.

Beacham, A. O., Newton, T., Stetson, B., Chapman, L. K., Pemble, M., & Mitchell, C. (2004). Sleep

problems and psychological distress in medically underserved midlife and older women. Society of Behavioral Medicine, Baltimore, MD.

Chapman, L. K., Pemble, M. K., Ballash, N. G., Brewer, V. L., Harvison, K., &

Woodruff-Borden, J. (2003). Parental anxiety and child overcontrolling behaviors as predictors of lack of warmth. . Association for the Advancement of Cognitive and Behavior Therapies, Boston, MA.

Chapman, L. K., Beal, D., & Sullivan, J. (2003). A test of the validity of the personality diagnostic

questionnaire 4th edition for the assessment of personality disorders in a college student population. Association for the Advancement of Cognitive and Behavior Therapies, Boston, MA.

Koch, M., Ballash, N. G., Chapman, L. K., & Woodruff-Borden, J. (2002). Risk and protective

factors for the development of anxiety in children. Association for the Advancement of Cognitive and Behavior Therapies, Reno, NV.



Shuntich, R., Skriskaia, N., & Chapman, L. K. (2001). Some Socio-Cognitive Factors affecting

Arrogance, Egotism, and Humility. Kentucky Psychological Association Spring Research Convention, Louisville, KY.

Internal Funding


Project Title: Assessment of Psychosocial and community-environmental aspects of diabetes awareness, self-care behaviors and health in African American men in Louisville's West End. An extension of the Louisville Men's Health Initiative AMEN program.

Role: Co-Investigator

Period of Award: 06/09-05/10 - No Cost Extension: 05/10-05/11

      Agency: University of Louisville Signature Partner ship Initiative Faculty Grants



Total Award:  $9,000
2010-2011

University of Louisville PCG

Risk and Protective Factors for Affective Disorders in African American Parent-Child Dyads”



Total Award: $2500
2009-2010

University of Louisville IRIG

Risk and Protective Factors for Affective Disorders in African American Parent-Child Dyads”



Total Award: $2500
External Funding

2008

Child and Family First: Child Incentives Grant

The CAFÉ (Cooperative for African American Family Excellence) Project



Total Award: $1000.00


Professional and Community Talks:

Moore, S., Hines-Martin, V., & Chapman, L. K. (2012). African American faculty at PWI: Challenges and

suggestions. University of Louisville, Louisville, KY.

Chapman, L. K. (2012). Ethnicity, Culturally Sensitive Therapy, and Psychopathology. Presented to the mental

health personnel at the Kentucky State Reformatory, Lagrange, KY.

Chapman, L. K. (2011). Got anxiety? Runs in the family. Lincoln Foundation Parent Institute, Louisville, KY.

Chapman, L. K. (2011). Ethnicity, Culturally Sensitive Therapy, and Psychopathology. Presented to the mental

health personnel at the Kentucky State Reformatory, Lagrange, KY.

Chapman, L. K. (2011). The CAFÉ Project: Anxiety, African Americans, and Community Engagement. Presented to

the University of Louisville Office of Community Engagement, Louisville, KY.

Neal-Barnett, A., Chapman, L., et al., (2011). The future of anxiety disorders research with African Americans.

Symposium presented at the 31st Annual Anxiety Disorders Association of American Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Chapman, L. K. (2010). Sociocultural influences on anxiety symptoms in African American families. Kentucky

Psychological Association Annual Convention, Louisville, KY.

Chapman, L. K. (2010) My cry in the dark: Anxiety disorders and the Black family. Delta Sigma Theta, Inc Alumnae

Development Program, Louisville, KY.

Chapman, L. K. (2010). Assessing Anxiety Disorders in African American Families: The CAFÉ Project,

Annual Anxiety Disorders Association of American (ADAA) Conference, Baltimore, MD March 7th.

Chapman, L. K. (2010). Fear Factors: The Unified Treatment for Emotional Disorders. Lincoln Foundation,

Louisville, KY, January 17th.

Chapman, L. K. (2010). Outside the Matrix: Completely Understanding Family Anxiety and Stress. Lowe

Elementary School, January 3rd 2010.

Chapman, L. K. (2009). The Known Unknowns Revisited: Anxiety Disorders in African American Families.

Kentucky Association for Psychology in Schools (KAPS) Fall Convention, September 10th 2009, Louisville Kentucky.

Chapman, L. K. (2009). Stress and its effects on the family. Midwest Church of Christ, Louisville, KY.

Daup, M., Eismann, E., Lush, E., Sephton, S., Salmon, P. G., & Chapman, K. (2009, February 28, 2009). Stress and

Coping with Breast Cancer. Paper presented at the Kentucky Cancer Program Breast Cancer Retreat, Louisville, KY.

Chapman, L. K., (2008). The Known Unknowns: Anxiety Disorders in African American Families. Kentucky

Psychological Association Fall Convention, Louisville, Kentucky.

Chapman, L. K., (2008) Juice from Concentrate: The Key to your Golf Game. University of Louisville Athletics,

Louisville, Kentucky.

Chapman, L. K., (2008). Anxiety disorders in African Americans: The Most Known Unknowns. Dept of Psychology, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky.

Chapman, L. K., & Watters, C. A. (2007). The road to multicultural proficiency: Considerations for beginning therapists. Kentucky Psychological Association Convention, Louisville, Kentucky.

Chapman, L. K. (2007). The pursuit of excellence with a vengeance. Golden Key International Honor Society Induction Ceremony, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY.

Nickelson, D. W., Ballard, D. B., Chapman, L. K. (2006). Business strategies and technology for emerging practitioners: A primer. American Psychological Association Annual Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Van Sickle, S. K., Chapman, L. K., Woldorf, G., Bennett, P., & Williams-Nickelson, C. (2006).Focus on families: Balancing personal and professional roles. American Psychological Association, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Reigada, L., & Chapman, L. K. (2005). Making the most of APA convention. American Psychological Association Washington, D.C.

Nickelson, D., Ballard, D., & Chapman, L. K. (2005). How to build a successful private practice. American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Garcia, E., & Chapman, L. K. (2004). Multicultural competencies and promotion of diversity in state psychological associations: Getting students of color involved in state psychological associations. American Psychological Association, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Chapman, L. K., Acevedo, P. E., Harris, W. E., Watters, C., & Clarkson, M. (2004). Ethnic minorities and p psychology: A student Perspective. Kentucky Psychological Association, Louisville, Kentucky.

Chapman, L. K., & Miller, B. (2004). Professional development: Take the red pill or the blue pill. Kentucky Psychological Association, Louisville, Kentucky.

Miller, B., & Chapman, L. K., (2004). Political Advocacy: Paint by number or Picasso? Kentucky

Psychological Association Annual Convention, Louisville, Kentucky.

Chapman, L. K. (2007). Recognizing and managing anxiety. University of Louisville, “Minorities in

Good Health” program, Office of Minority Affairs.

Chapman, L. K. (2007). Team cohesion during adversity: The triad to success. University of

Louisville Women’s Soccer.

Chapman, L. K. (2007). ADHD: Practical tips for school elementary school counselors. Jefferson

County Public Schools.

Chapman, L. K. (2007). ADHD: Practical tips for middle school counselors. Jefferson County

Public Schools.

Chapman, L. K., & Meyer, A. (2006). Mental skills development for the successful athlete: Making

performance anxiety work for you. University of Louisville College of Education, Healthy Lifestyles course.

Chapman, L. K. (2005). Anxiety and control in Black families. Acute Psychiatric

Services Center at Seven Counties Services, Inc.

Chapman, L. K., Miller, B., Mullen, D., Forbes, S., Thomas, T., & Thomas, D. (2005) Tips for

“getting in” graduate school. Kentucky Psychological Association Spring Academic Conference.

Aponte, J., Chapman, L. K., Watters, C., & Thomas, T. (2004). Working with Black clients:

Keeping it real. Clinical Psychology Department at the University of Louisville.

Chapman, L. K. (2004). Anxiety in Black families. YMCA, Louisville, KY.

Chapman, L. K. (2004). Get in where you fit in: Tips for getting in graduate school. Kentucky

Psychological Association Spring Academic Conference, Louisville, KY.

Chapman, L. K., & Brewer, V. L. (2004). Cognitive behavioral therapy and depression. Lutheran

Church, Lagrange, KY.

Chapman, L. K. (2004). Parental anxiety and control in Black families. Northern Kentucky

University.

Chapman, L. K. (2004). Primary insomnia in a primary care setting. Clinical Psychology

Department, The University of Louisville.


Chapman, L. K. (2003). Clinical psychology: My experiences and helpful tips for “getting in,”

Northern Kentucky University.


Chapman, L. K. (2003). Time management: A prescription for procrastinators. YMCA, Louisville,

KY.
Media Psychology


Chapman, L. K. (2012). "Don’t be scurred! Challenging and Overcoming Phobias, The Intersection” Talk Radio Show. blis.fm/theintersection
Chapman, L. K. (2012). Health Three-60, KET “No health without mental health,” http://www.ket.org
Chapman, L. K. (2012). Power to Change Television Show, WAVE-3, “OCD.” November 23rd, 2012.
Chapman, L. K. (2012). Power to Change Television Show WDRB-41, “Phobias.” http://vimeo.com/38121852


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