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Welcome Back, Friends and Colleagues!
Last year, we very much enjoyed seeing you at our Sunday morning Breakfasts with the Board. We invite you to join us again next SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 at 10 AM. The Board will be conducting business from 9-10, but then we hope to relax and have you join us . Bring your cup of coffee and let's just chat about whatever may be on your mind. How are you doing, personally and professionally? We're a friendly group and it will be fun to be together, even if only on Zoom. Perhaps you'll find us helpful, too. Perhaps you'll tell us how we can be even more helpful to you?
Here's the link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84882156222
We hope you enjoyed our recent CE programs. If you didn't know it, we're approved by the NYS Regents to provide CE credits applicable to renewing your license. (PSY 0023) Dr. Gloria Rothenberg and Dr. Shane G. Owens gave our first two programs. On SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3, at 10 AM, Dr. Neil Grossman and Dr. Roxane Polak will be giving our next program: Challenges in Individual and Family Therapy During and After a High-Conflict Divorce. I'll send you a link with more information.
During these impossibly challenging times, Board members Ron Smith and Dottie Ahl have been conducting programs for Nassau County School Psychologists with Nassau BOCES. With some highly talented folks working in the schools, we're hoping to resurrect NCPA's School Psychology Committee this year. Would you like to join us?
Please do plan to join us next Sunday morning at 10 AM!
With my very best wishes for good health and a peaceful and productive year,
Maxine Marcus, Ph.D.
Presented by Neil S. Grossman, Ph.D., ABPP & Roxane Polak, PhD.
Divorce is one of the most stressful times in people’s lives. Strong emotions play havoc when one’s support system is shaken. Treating patients from this population presents a specific set of challenges for psychotherapists. Additionally, the treating professional may become pulled into court battles. Learn skills necessary to treat adults, children and families who are involved with a divorce. Understand the dynamics of divorce and ways to reduce or contain the most destructive aspects of the conflict. Learn how to interact with the legal system when treating these cases.
The program fee for the general public is $60. but NCPA members may use the code NCPA and attend at the reduced price of $40.
After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the training.