Sara Budge

(she/her/hers)

NTT Assistant Professor, Psychological Sciences Department

503-838-8504 | budges@wou.edu
TODD 322

Personal Website

At WOU since

09/14/1996

Office Hours

MonTuesWedsThursFri
9-10a; 2-3pm 9-10a; 2-3pm  

Course schedule

Fall 2019
CRNCourseTitleTimesLocation
10010 PSY202 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY TR 1200-1350 BELL 110A
10009 PSY201 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY - ONLINE CRS

Education

Psy.D.  Pacific University of Professional Psychology, 2004-2006
Forest Grove, OR
Clinical Psychology

M.S.  Pacific University School of Professional Psychology, 2001-2004
Forest Grove, OR
Clinical Psychology

B.S.  Western Oregon University, 1996-2001
Monmouth, OR
Psychology, Magna Cum Laude

Teaching focus

General Psychology
Psychology of Terrorism

Professional experience

Western Oregon University - September 2013 to present                                                   
Non-Tenure Track Assistant Professor
Monmouth, Oregon
Supervisor: David Foster, Ph.D., Behavioral Sciences Division Chair

 

Concordia University - August 2014 to present
Adjunct Faculty
Portland, Oregon
Supervisor: Scott Winegar, MA, Program Director Homeland Security

Director of Integrated Health Services - June 2008 to September 2010
Adams-Hanover Counseling Services, Inc
Hanover, Pennsylvania
Supervisor: Mary C. McGrath, Executive Director

Pre-Doctoral Internship/Post-Doctoral Training - June 2005 to May 2008
Interim Training Director/Coordinator of Psychological Testing
Reed College Health and Counseling Center
Portland, Oregon
Supervisors: Barre Stoll, PsyD; Michael Brody, PMHNP, Director; Orin Bolstad, PhD; Mary Catherine King, PsyD

Private Practice - October 2006 to June 2008
Portland, Oregon
Supervisors: Barre Stoll, PsyD; Orin Bolstad, PhD

Publications and Presentations

Winegar, S. (December, 2010). Stages of Change: Motivating and guiding others in behavior

change. Lecture to health educators and nurses. York, Pennsylvania.

 

Winegar, S. (August, November, 2009). Why do they DO that? Adolescent brain development.

Lecture to educators in area alternative and traditional high schools. York, Pennsylvania.

 

Winegar, S. (October, 2009). Taming the Lion: Stress and the importance of the “self ring.”

Lecture presented at Pennsylvania Health Educators conference. Hanover, Pennsylvania.

 

Winegar, S. (September, October 2008, 2009). Emotional Eating. Lecture and experiential

course taught to area high school students identified as overweight or at-risk for

overweight. Hanover High School, Hanover, Pennsylvania.

 

Winegar, S. (December, 2010). Stages of Change: Motivating and guiding others in behavior

change. Lecture to health educators and nurses. York, Pennsylvania.

 

Winegar, S. (August, November, 2009). Why do they DO that? Adolescent brain development.

Lecture to educators in area alternative and traditional high schools. York, Pennsylvania.

 

Winegar, S. (October, 2009). Taming the Lion: Stress and the importance of the “self ring.”

Lecture presented at Pennsylvania Health Educators conference. Hanover, Pennsylvania.

 

Winegar, S. (September, October 2008, 2009). Emotional Eating. Lecture and experiential

course taught to area high school students identified as overweight or at-risk for

overweight. Hanover High School, Hanover, Pennsylvania.

 

Winegar, S., Bray, J. (September, 2008). Budgeting and Personal Finance. Workshop conducted

with employees from local company with an Employee Assistance Program contract

through agency. Adams-Hanover Counseling Services, Hanover, Pennsylvania.

 

Winegar, S. (July, 2008). Integrated Health at Adams-Hanover Counseling Services, Inc.

Presentation of county grant-funded programming to the Secretary of the Department of

Public Welfare. PeopleStat,York, Pennsylvania.

 

Winegar, S. (September, 2007). Assessments at Reed. Presentation given to psychiatric nurse

practitioners in Health and Counseling Center of Reed College, Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S. (September, 2007). Health and Wellness: Essential self-care for House Advisors.

Didactic and experiential workshop with Residence Life House Advisors at Reed

College, Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S. (September, 2007). Senior Sanity: How to survive your last year of college. Lecture

presented to senior class of Reed College, Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S., Stoll, B. (August, 2007). Student Services: What we can do for you.

Panel presentation and discussion given to Residence Life staff of Reed College,

Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S. (September, 2006). Time Management. Didactic and experiential seminar with

Residence Life House Advisors of Reed College, Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S., Stoll, B. (November, 2006). The First Year of College: What to expect and how to

support your child. Presentation to parents of seniors at Catlin Gabel Upper School,

Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S. (February, 2006). Exercise and stress management. Workshop with parents of

adolescents during Middle School Outreach Seminar, Reed College, Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S. (August, 2005, August 2006). Around Open Doors. Experiential training in

responding to non-emergency events and interactions in the residence halls with Residence Life House Advisors at Reed College, Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S. (August, 2005, August 2006). Around Closed Doors. Experiential training in

responding to psychiatric and medical emergencies in the residence halls with Residence

Life House Advisors at Reed College, Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S. (October, 2005). Physical Manifestations of Psychological Distress: Alexithymia as

it presents to Health and Counseling. Lecture presented to multidisciplinary health and

counseling staff at Reed College, Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S. (September, 2005). Staying Sane: Organizing and prioritizing your multi-faceted

life. Didactic and experiential workshop with Residence Life House Advisors at Reed

College, Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S., Leidecker, M. (February, 2005). Conflict Management. Didactic and experiential

workshop conducted with Resident Directors and House Advisors of Residence Life at

Reed College, Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S. (October, 2004). Stress Management Techniques. Workshop hosted by Residence

Life staff with undergraduate students at Western Oregon University, Monmouth,

Oregon.

 

Winegar, S., Ramos-Marchand, A. (August, 2004). Around Open Doors. Experiential training in

responding to non-emergency events and interactions in the residence halls with Residence Life

House Advisors at Reed College, Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S., Longwell, T. (March, 2003). The case of a Muslim couple: Conflicts of faith and

domestic violence. Grand Rounds presentation to faculty and students of Pacific

University School of Professional Psychology, Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S., Bray, J. (September, 2008). Budgeting and Personal Finance. Workshop conducted

with employees from local company with an Employee Assistance Program contract

through agency. Adams-Hanover Counseling Services, Hanover, Pennsylvania.

 

Winegar, S. (July, 2008). Integrated Health at Adams-Hanover Counseling Services, Inc.

Presentation of county grant-funded programming to the Secretary of the Department of

Public Welfare. PeopleStat,York, Pennsylvania.

 

Winegar, S. (September, 2007). Assessments at Reed. Presentation given to psychiatric nurse

practitioners in Health and Counseling Center of Reed College, Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S. (September, 2007). Health and Wellness: Essential self-care for House Advisors.

Didactic and experiential workshop with Residence Life House Advisors at Reed

College, Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S. (September, 2007). Senior Sanity: How to survive your last year of college. Lecture

presented to senior class of Reed College, Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S., Stoll, B. (August, 2007). Student Services: What we can do for you.

Panel presentation and discussion given to Residence Life staff of Reed College,

Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S. (September, 2006). Time Management. Didactic and experiential seminar with

Residence Life House Advisors of Reed College, Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S., Stoll, B. (November, 2006). The First Year of College: What to expect and how to

support your child. Presentation to parents of seniors at Catlin Gabel Upper School,

Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S. (February, 2006). Exercise and stress management. Workshop with parents of

adolescents during Middle School Outreach Seminar, Reed College, Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S. (August, 2005, August 2006). Around Open Doors. Experiential training in

responding to non-emergency events and interactions in the residence halls with Residence Life House Advisors at Reed College, Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S. (August, 2005, August 2006). Around Closed Doors. Experiential training in

responding to psychiatric and medical emergencies in the residence halls with Residence

Life House Advisors at Reed College, Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S. (October, 2005). Physical Manifestations of Psychological Distress: Alexithymia as

it presents to Health and Counseling. Lecture presented to multidisciplinary health and

counseling staff at Reed College, Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S. (September, 2005). Staying Sane: Organizing and prioritizing your multi-faceted

life. Didactic and experiential workshop with Residence Life House Advisors at Reed

College, Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S., Leidecker, M. (February, 2005). Conflict Management. Didactic and experiential

workshop conducted with Resident Directors and House Advisors of Residence Life at

Reed College, Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S. (October, 2004). Stress Management Techniques. Workshop hosted by Residence

Life staff with undergraduate students at Western Oregon University, Monmouth,

Oregon.

 

Winegar, S., Ramos-Marchand, A. (August, 2004). Around Open Doors. Experiential training in

responding to non-emergency events and interactions in the residence halls with Residence Life House Advisors at Reed College, Portland, Oregon.

 

Winegar, S., Longwell, T. (March, 2003). The case of a Muslim couple: Conflicts of faith and

domestic violence. Grand Rounds presentation to faculty and students of Pacific

 

University School of Professional Psychology, Portland, Oregon.

 




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