Medaille Professor Named to the Education and Training Committee of the Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration
Dr. Jack C. Anchin, Clinical Associate Professor (core faculty) in Medaille’s Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology, has been named to the Education and Training Committee of the Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration (SEPI), an international, interdisciplinary organization. At SEPI’s 31st Annual Conference in June, 2015 in Baltimore, Dr. Anchin was a presenter in a mini-workshop The Pragmatics of Clinical Decision-Making and was a panel member in two Structured Discussion groups, Integrative Psychotherapy Training Around the World: New Challenges and Unification: The Next Wave of Psychotherapy Integration? In April, 2015 he published an entry, entitled “Unifying Nonlinear Dynamical Biopsychosocial Systems Approach,” in The SAGE Encyclopedia of Theory in Counseling and Psychotherapy (Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications) and he is lead author of a chapter, “A Dual Process Perspective on the Value of Theory in Psychotherapeutic Decision Making,” in the edited volume Clinical Decision Making in Mental Health Practice (Washington, DC: American Psychological Association), to be published in August, 2015.
Medaille professor Dr. Mary Louise Hill recently published a story titled “Tekla’s Child” in the Poydras Review.
Installation of the turf and Medaille Mavericks logo is underway at the Medaille Sports Complex at Buffalo Color Park.
Medaille professor René A. Jones recently discussed the decline in the national divorce rate with WKBW-TV.
Medaille professor Dr. Keith Klostermann has been invited to join the editorial board for the SCIREA Journal of Health.
Dr. Richard Jacob explains what makes Medaille’s sport management program unique and offers advice to current and future students.
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