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Dr. Richard England

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Member of the Board of Trustees

The Western Mental Health Institute

Employment History


  • Doctor of Education degree
    Memphis State University
  • Master of Music
    Memphis State University
  • Bachelor of Music degree Degree
    Union University
  • Master of Music Degree
    Memphis State University
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Dr. Richard England, ..., 27 July 2011 [cached]
Dr. Richard England, professor of music at Freed-Hardeman University, has recently been recommended and appointed to a three-year term as a member of the board of trustees at Western Mental Health Institute, which is the state psychiatric hospital in Bolivar. This will be England's second term as ... more
freed-hardeman university press releases, 12 Dec 2002 [cached]
Freed-Hardeman University special education professor Richard England has been invited to participate in the Oxford Round Table at Lincoln College in the University of Oxford March 23-28.The conference, hosted periodically since 1989, serves to bring educators together to discuss and promote human understanding and advancement through improvements to schools and education.Participants, from schools and universities throughout the world, are selected based on nominations from previous participants, recommendations to the Round Table directors, recognized presentations and prestigious awards, as well as proven success in a university or public school system.England will be one of 35 participate in the March 2003 Round Table.England's topic, "Rethinking the Assessment of Maladaptive Behavior," will promote the need to better serve children with high levels of inappropriate behavior. "There is a need to better understand the difficulties children face," he said."What I'm proposing is that, because children do not have parents and are deprived of the opportunity to develop good relationships with alternatives to the biological parent … the children may actually become more attached to the chaos that surrounds them."As children grow in such an environment, he said, they are unable to identify with a traditional upbringing in which children are loved, cared for and taught how to behave.When they are suddenly removed from the "chaos," they find themselves in unfamiliar territory and react with resistance in the form of maladaptive behavior."They become attached to the chaos of the situation that surrounds them, as opposed to becoming attached to parents in a way we would normally expect children to develop."At Oxford, England's research will be reviewed by a committee of professors from the University of Notre Dame and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and then discussed among all members of the Round Table.England will serve on a committee to discuss the research of UNC education professor Donald Steadman, "School-based Health Centers: A New Source of Support for Academic Achievement in School Performance."
Dr. England and his wife, Dr. Barbara England, who will be accompanying him on the trip, will also become members of the prestigious Bodleian Library of the University of Oxford.
5th Annual Scholarship Gala, 28 Jan 2005 [cached]
Music will be coordinated by Richard England, Associate Professor at Freed-Hardeman University.During his twenty-six year career in education he has worked as a special education and music teacher, school administrator, in state-level education, higher education administration, and as a university professor.Dr. England has a Bachelor of Music degree from Union University and Master of Music and Doctor of Education degrees from Memphis State University.
Dr. Richard England, ... [cached]
Dr. Richard England, professor of music at Freed-Hardeman University, has recently been recommended and appointed to a three-year term as a member of the board of trustees at Western Mental Health Institute, which is the state psychiatric hospital in Bolivar. This will be England's second term as a board member of the hospital, where he also serves on the Medical Ethics Committee and as a special consultant. The Tennessee Department of Mental Health operates five Regional Mental Health Institutes in which all psychiatric services are accredited, certified and licensed. These services include quality prevention, early intervention, treatment, habilitation and rehabilitation. The Western Mental Health Institute serves 24 counties and receives the majority of admissions on an emergency, involuntary basis. England has been involved with the Western Mental Health Institute since 1998, when he completed a portion of his post-doctoral studies internship for licensure in school psychology. Since that time, he has served as Assistant Superintendent for Administrative Services and completed a case study research at the hospital.
The event will include a Bible ..., 1 Mar 2006 [cached]
The event will include a Bible conference conducted by Richard England of Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson, Tenn.
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