As the semester is winding down, the PSA would like to inform everyone of some events we have coming up:
On Thursday, December 5th, we have two events:
1) The Psychology Department and the PSA is extending an invitation to attend the colloquium “Cognitive Reserve: From Theory To Intervention,” presented by Yaakov Stern, an alumnus of the CCNY doctoral program and currently Professor of Clinical Neuropsychology at Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons. Please consider attending this colloquium in NAC 1/203 from 12:30- 1:50 pm
2) The Career Center and the PSA is also hosting a presentation entitled “What Can I Do With a B.A. in Psychology.” This informational lecture will take place in the Marshak Building Rm 4 (on the first floor) from 12:30 – 1:50 pm.
**As always, participation points will be awarded to students who attend either one of these PSA endorsed events. **Students may also receive extra credit for their psychology courses (please check with your professor if they are allowing attendance to count as extra credit).**
PSA leaders will be in attendance at both events. Please don’t be shy and stop by to say hello. We hope to see you there!
Please join us for the next Psychology Department Colloquium this Thursday, November 21, 12:30-1:50 in NA 1/203.
Our speaker is Michelle Fine, PhD of the CUNY Graduate Center, and she’s speaking on:
“Collaborating with bad objects: Critical participatory action research, splitting and suturing: An epistemological journey into the relational borderlands“
We hope to see you there!
All students and faculty are invited to attend the PSA sponsored Psychodrama Workshop.
On Thursday, November 14th, 2013 from 12:15 – 1:45 pm in NAC 6/325, please join us as we welcome CCNY alumnus (Class of 1972) Stew Frimer, LCSW, who will be presenting a workshop on psychodrama as it applies to psychotherapy in the treatment of disorders, interpersonal relations, and individual growth and improvement.
This is a great event to actually hear about what psychodrama is; how it is used in therapy; and how Stew Frimer has come to be well experienced in his field. You will also have the opportunity to partake in a psychodrama demonstration. Time will be set aside for a Q/A forum.
**Participation points will be given to those in attendance.**
We have an exciting event in store for those who attend out next meeting on Tuesday, November 12th in NAC 6/325 from 12:30- 1:45pm.
The PSA will be sponsoring a Colloquium on Career Planning, presented by our guest, Dr. Scott Mesh, from Los Niños Services.
This is a great opportunity to hear about opportunities for furthering your education in psychology or social services in graduate school; how to find and apply for internships; and what careers are available in the fields of social services and psychology.
**Participation points will be given for those in attendance.**
Thanksgiving Food Drive
Giving back to the community is something that the PSA strongly encourages. It comes down to the basic humanistic principle of helping others in need, and connecting with others.
That being said, we would like to announce that for the month of November- from Friday, November 1st, through Tuesday, November 26th– we will be collecting canned goods and non-perishables. These donations will be given to a local food pantry in time for a Thanksgiving.
Join us by bringing donations to our meetings in NAC 6/325, or dropping off your donations in NAC 7/120.
**Participation points will be given to those who donate items and are active in organizing the donation drop-off**
Hello PSA members!
We have a great month planned ahead for us. We are planning a Thanksgiving food drive of canned goods and non-perishable items. Donations will be collected throughout the month until November 26th and delivered to a food pantry in time for Thanksgiving. We are also participating in a cell-phone drive for victims of domestic violence.
Highlighting some key events (our completed calendar is below):
- A Colloquium, hosted by the Psychology Department on Thursday, November 7th
- A Career Planning workshop hosted by Scott Mesh from Los Niños on Tuesday, November 12th
- A Psychodrama workshop hosted by Stew Frimer on Thursday, November 14th
- A Domestic Violence Symposium and Q/A panel on Thursday, November 21st
As always, we appreciate your continuous support of the PSA by being an active member in joining us at our meetings in NAC 6/325 and attending our events. *Participation points will be given.*
Psychology Majors: We have news for you!
If you are a psychology major thinking about the next steps of your education, such as starting graduate school or enrolling in a doctoral program, there will be two webinars hosted by Dr. Mark Terjesen, Director for School Psychology and Dr. Jeffrey Nevid, Director of Clinical Psychology, about the Doctoral Programs at St. John’s University.
These webinars are free, and will be hosted from 7:00 pm – 8:00pm on Tuesday, November 5th and Thursday, November 14th
***Registration before the webinar is required. If you are interested, you may register for the date that works best for you by clicking on the links below, or copying and pasting the links into your web-browser: ***
School Psychology Webinar, November 5th: https://stj-events.webex.com/stj-events/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=665183560
Clinical Psychology Webinar, November 14th: https://stj-events.webex.com/stj-events/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=663579441