Category Archives: Clinical Psychology

FREE ASL Lecture: The Cognitive and Social Impacts of Early Language Experiences of Deaf Children

PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD AND SHARE. Captioned ASL video announcement below. (LIVE STREAM & ACCESSIBILITY INFO BELOW) FREE LECTURE IN ASL: September 28, 2016 at 12:30 The Center for Anxiety (Brooklyn) 3692 Bedford Ave P2, Brooklyn, NY 11229 RSVP to info@centerforanxiety.org … Continue reading

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Portable EEG project

repost from my Linkedin page. This project was inspired by the paper: How about taking a low‐cost, small, and wireless EEG for a walk (Debener et al., 2012)? I obtained two Emotiv Epoc wireless EEG devices in 2014. My goal was … Continue reading

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Orgullo Special Interest Group of NLPA Statement on the Orlando Mass Shooting

I have found little comfort in the flood of responses to the Orlando mass shooting.  Shortly after hearing about the shooting the National Latina/o Psychological Association began discussing a response with members.  I am sharing the responses sent today—which bring … Continue reading

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National Latina/o Psychological Association & Orgullo SIG Joint Statement on the Orlando Mass Shooting

I have found little comfort in the flood of responses to the Orlando mass shooting.  Shortly after hearing about the shooting the National Latina/o Psychological Association began discussing a response with members.  I am sharing the responses sent today—which bring … Continue reading

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Staff Psychologist Position in NYC

Applications are being accepted for a part-time and full-time staff psychologist position at CBT/DBT Associates.CBT/DBT Associates is a private practice group in midtown Manhattan specializing in evidence-based treatment for all ages. To learn more aboutCBT/DBT Associates, please visit www.cbtdbtassociates.com. Prior experience … Continue reading

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Part-Time Pre-Doctoral Externship in Evidence-Based Treatments for Youth @ The Child & Family Institute

The Child & Family Institute (CFI) is currently accepting applications for one part–time (one day/week) Pre-Doctoral Extern in Evidence-Based Assessment & Treatments for Youth Emotional and Behavior Disorders starting September 2016. Qualified candidates will be in their 3rd year or higher of … Continue reading

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Guidelines for Clinical Case Studies

When I have questions about clinical procedures or practices I find the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) member listerv an invaluable resource. I am working on a project with some colleauge that involves preparing clinical case studies.  After … Continue reading

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Therapist position: The East Bay Behavior Therapy Center (EBBTC)

The East Bay Behavior Therapy Center (EBBTC) is offering a psychological assistant or therapist position for one and a half year, minimum, starting in August 2016. We are looking forward to have a new member in our team and welcome all … Continue reading

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Stanford-VA WRIISC clinical research fellowship

DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS Palo Alto WRIISC Special Fellowship Program (PhD track) with Research Interests in Mental Health and Clinical Neuroscience (VAPA-WRIISC-SFP) The Office of Academic Affiliations, Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), is now accepting applications for a two-year special … Continue reading

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Free summer programs for children with OCD (NYC)

OCD Day Camp at Mount Sinai Who: Children ages 9-12 years When: July 18-22, 2016; 10am-3pm Where: 1425 Madison Avenue, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Cost: FREE Group CBT for Pediatric OCD Who: Children ages 8-12 years When: … Continue reading

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