The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 3, 1971 · Page 31
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Ogden Standard-Examiner, Sunday, October 3, 1971 13B Youth Court Readies Family Guidance Program B « imtal M..to ' «, -M, «=« by both ^"-P^t^SS Sf v^""ta' = cSS S^t^^i? Beginning Monday evening, the Intake' Division, First District Juvenile Court, will initiate ..a service—family stabi 1 ization—which may provide pressing RICHARD T. GROW New at WSC DR. MARIE Georgia SELLARS Native DR. HELEN JAMES Assistant Professor Three New Faculty Members With Doctor Degrees Join WSC Staff the • answer question of to- the juvenile [JlCOOMlg ymwwvi—.- j delinquency:- how to prevent it The beginning will be small; just a.few families are expected to attend the maiden session of the program at 6:15 p.m., says •_ t . t l_;.VrtU j-liT«arttAT« rtf Deloy "Archibald, director intake services. :. POTENTIAL THERE But the potential is there. The meetings are aimed at providing guidance to families with a problem child before the child appears in • court,; not after. •' •- . , "Actually we can't say this will be a purely preventive .non-judicially," Mr. says. The i service because vited to take new faculty members—[organizations. Ch " """ ^ any child in- part in the youth's .being released from custody without an appearance Before the juvenile bench.' The service is offered .at present to children within the "ungovernable" category—those who run away from home repeatedly or otherwise threaten the family structure and are referred for an offense of that, nature. COURT PROCESS Parents with a juvenile ,-in that situation may elect—as of | Monday—to attend four one- hour sessions on either Mondays or Thursdays and .receive orientation in alleviating family problems in lieu of the court process. "We're aiming at families Archibald some would crimes for an adult; others behind the!would not.. the old dichotomy between but have, not yet been referred for an offense .of criminal nature, we may be able to interrupt the. spiral into "crime- Mr. "Tite. notes. • Stereo Missing An auto stereo was reported to Ogden police as stolen from a j.- ^ 'FAMILY CRISIS car.belonging to Judy Olsen of 1869 Van Buren while "parked at that address. .- . service is expected to tie into a total family crisis program: which Mr. Tite hopes to; introduce into the present juvenile rehabilitation system in. the future. 'Someday we hope to. hire two or three additional intake workers to integrate services with district detention, centers and deal specifically with crises resulting from family • stress, all-holding doctor degrees and including two women—have joined; the Weber State College teaching staff. They are Dr. Kichard T. Grow, Dr. Marie Lace Sellars and! Dr. Helen J:.James. K. clinical psychologist for the Utah • State Division of-- Health, DrJ Richard T. Grow, will teach course's-in counseling. [; UTAH STATE Dr Grow received his Ed.D. from Utah State University, his msSters degree from University of titan and his bachelor degree She was made ; a Institute of Mental Fellow in 1967. from USU. lie will |Mu Epsilon, Delta Phi Alpha, National land -Alpha Lambda Delta j program will already have been referred to The first woman doctorate 3 CHILDREN She is married to A.D..Sellars and- is the mother- of three children. ' with a, to , teach in the I physical- sciences at Weber, State College, Dr. Helen J. James is a graduate of University of Nebraska, where she also received her ^PhD She joins -the Weber staff as assistant Health j societies. She'is a native City, Neb. the court," says director of court [Joseph Tite, I services. ' of Nebraska! He explains, however, I voluntary participation in that four NATIONAL GENERAL THEATRES »NOW SHOWING! MB These are the Daughters of Darkness They are waiting for you — hold the rank of lecjurer at WSC. He has worked as-'a counselor and clinical psychologist in the Salt .Lake City, area before joining Weber's psychology department faculty. £ native of- Georgia and graduate of University of Utah, DiC Sellars will be lecturer in the-WSC Sociology Department. She received bachelor, master anfl PhD degrees from U of U • in sociology and psychology. _ 'RESEARCH ASSISTANCE Mr& Sellars has worked as a research assistant for the department of preventive medicine at U of U-and as a teaching assistant- and teaching associate at the Salt Lake school before joining the Weber State faculty. ' - She has co-authored two publications and is. a.member .of Phi Kappa Phi national honor society, Academy of Religion and Mental Health, as well as several professional degree. State professor of chemistry. Miss James did post-doctoral work at" University •'of Arizona before/coming to Weber State. SEVERAL. REPORTS Author of several '-reports fpr chemistry^ journals, ! she is also.a member" of Sigma-Xi .science honor society, Phi' Beta 'Kappa n a t i o n a 1. scholastic honor society,""" Phi Lambda Upsuon, American Chemical Society, Pi TOASTMASTERS DATETAtKS FOR MONDAY ; Ogden Toastmasters Club 140, will hold a.diniier meet- , ing Monday at 6:30 p.m. at Harmon's Cafe, George Budd will be toastmaster.. Speakers for ths evening will include. Bob Walker, Tom ..Seppidv John Linti-- quist and Lyle Yarrington. Evaluation will be made by Sari Burgenmeyer,_ Elwood l>oxey, Larry-.Hancock and C. RasseU Anderson. • Topicmaster will be Dan O'Leary with Bud Tracy timer. Al Rivas will be gra m m a r i a n and" Dave Barber general evaluator. Parlimentarian \vill be Stan Bushel!. Reserv a t i o n s may be made by calling Bud Tracy or Gene Stewart. The public is invited. 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