Follow up Meeting for School Psychologists
Mental Health Component of the New York State Health Curriculum

You may have recently registered for a workshop sponsored by the Nassau County Psychological Association on the Mental Health Component of the New York State Health Curriculum. It is essential that Psychologists have a voice in how these new mental health regulations are implemented.

We will be meeting with School Psychologists in Nassau County to develop ideas and make recommendations about how mental health educators should be involved in the upcoming work. We may also review the signals to look for in identifying students who are prone to violence and or drug use. School Superintendent in Nassau County are also very interested in a number of mental health issues and we will coordinate our work with them.

We hope you are interested and available and can join us.

Please let us know the times and days that are best for you by emailing your response to: Ronald Smith, Ph.D. at docron@optonline.net. Please call 516-625-5242 if you have any questions.

We very much look forward to your participation in this important endeavor.


Integrative Family and Couple Therapy Program

St. John's University Office of Postgraduate Professional Development Programs is now accepting applications to their Integrative Family and Couple Therapy Program

A program specifically created to provide the best tool to help clinicians address the multiplicity of clinical challenges of today’s modern families and couples, taught by an outstanding and well-known faculty.

Secure Your Space Now For the Fall Program

For further information about schedule of upcoming courses and registration, please visit www.stjohns.edu/familytherapy, e-mail them at initiatives@stjohns.edu or call 718-990-5460/1972

Office of Postgraduate Professional Development Programs
Patricia Pitta, Ph.D., ABPP, Director of the Program
Rafael Art. Javier, Ph.D., ABPP, Director

Interested in becoming a forensic psychologist?
We have the program for you.

St. John's University is now accepting applications for Foundational/Advanced Postdoctoral Certificate Programs in Forensic Psychology-Civil and Criminal Law

Secure Your Space Now For the Fall Program

For further information about schedule of upcoming courses and registration, please visit www.stjohns.edu/postdocforensics, e-mail them at initiatives@stjohns.edu or call 718-990-5460/1972

Rafael Art. Javier, Ph.D., ABPP
Director Office of Postgraduate Professional Development Programs


Friday, December 14, 2018

Psychodynamic Therapy for Personality Disorders: Treating Self and Interpersonal Functioning

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