Lori Breitmaier has been an adjunct professor at The College at Brockport for 18 years. A 1986 graduate of The College at Brockport's Department of Nursing, Dr. Breitmaier has returned to teach at her Alma Mater. She received a with her master's degree in psychiatric nursing from the University of Rochester. In 1999, she began working for New York State- Office of Mental Health as a MICA specialist. Dr. Breitmaier obtained her CASAC credential in 2001 and currently serves as a mentor to CASAC interns from Brockport's Health Science Program. In 2010, she obtained her doctorate in Nursing Practice from St. John Fisher College. Currently, she is working at the Regional Forensic Unit as an advanced practice nurse providing psychotherapy and group therapy to the Forensic population. She loves the nursing profession and is honored to be teaching the new nurses of tomorrow. She lives in Greece, NY with her family.
Dr. Breitmaier has conducted research on the use to humor to decrease anxiety within nursing students in a psychiatric setting. She was recently awarded the Patty Wooten Scholarship. This national award was created by the Association of Applied and Therapeutic Humor (AATH) to honor the work, dedication, commitment, and contributions to the field of therapeutic humor.
Poster presentation at APNA/OMH conference in Albany, NY, June 2009. “Domestic Violence Assessment in the Forensic Population.”
Poster presentation at Association of Applied and Therapeutic Humor (AATH) annual conference, April 21-25, 2010 “Humor Group as a Teaching Strategy for Nursing Students in a Mental Health Clinical.”
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