Oct
19
8:00am 8:00am

Evidence-Based Therapy and Assessment Approaches for Bipolar Spectrum Disorders in Youth. Boris Birmather, MD, Rasim Somer Diler, MD.

Conference Location: University Club, 123 university Place, Pittsburgh, PA 1 5213, 412-648-8213

 CE Credits: 6

Fee: $110 before 10/1/17, $125 after. 

For informationon overnight accommodations, shuttle service, etc.  call or email Nancy Mundy at 412-294-9090 or mundynl@upmc.edu

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Oct
4
5:30pm 5:30pm

GPPA 2017 Networking Fair: Integrating our Communitites

The Greater Pittsburgh Psychological Association (GPPA) will be holding a Networking Event this year, titled “Integrating Our Communities.” The theme and activities of the evening will bring together multiple disciplines that impact psychological and socio-political aspects of physical and mental health. 

The evening will include speed networking, hors devours, one-hour open bar, a live band, and multiple speakers, including Judge David Spurgeon.

To register as a Vendor:  Click HERE

To register as a participant - more information is coming!

 

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Apr
28
6:30pm 6:30pm

"A Better Life": A Psychoanalytic Exploration of Immigration through Film

  • The Mellon Board Room (basement of Mellon Center) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Cost: $10 Professionals and Community members, $5 students and an $5 additional charge for the 3 CE credits (INTRODUCTORY LEVEL)

Join the Pittsburgh Psychoanalytic Center, the Chatham University Psychology Continuing Education Program, and the Chatham University Graduate Psychology Diversity Committee for a film viewing and discussion of psychological perspectives of the undocumented immigrant experience. This program will examine the interplay between external and internal conflict and oppression. The film "A Better Life" will be shown followed by a presentation and discussion. The main characters in this film experience oppression in the forms of both cultural and state violence. How these experiences of external oppression interact with the internal psychology of the characters will be discussed following the film. Matt Markon, JD, LCSW will be the speaker after the film.

For more information and to register, visit https://www.chatham.edu/events/details.cfm?eventID=18138

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