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  • Clinical Psychology and School Psychology Doctoral Programs 
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  • Counseling / Experimental Psychology / Forensic Psychology / General Psychology 
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Below is a list of recorded webinars:

Mental Health & Psychology

  • Altruism and evolutionary psychology with Glenn Scheyd, Ph.D. Click HERE.
  • An Integrated Reflection: Lessons Learned One Year After Responding to the Surfside Building Collapse. Click HERE
  • An Introduction to Uses of Hypnosis and the Polygraph in Criminal Investigations with Frank DePiano, Ph.D., David DePiano, J.D. Click HERE.
  • Battle of the Sexes: How the Biology of Sex Differences Impacts Health, Athletic Performance, and Behavior. Click HERE
  • Become a Force of Nature: Advanced Studies and Personal Growth with expert panel. Click HERE.
  • Behavioral Aspects of Active Killers with Greg Vecchi, Ph.D. Click HERE.
  • Careers in Psychology and Counseling. Click HERE.
  • Children's Mental Health, Psychology, and Behavior Modification with Emmy Maurilus, Ph.D., Sarah Valley-Gray, Psy.D. Click HERE.
  • Connecting Through the Screen: A Practical Approach to Working with Teens and Young Adults Affected by Trauma and Attachment in partnership with Camelot Community Care. Click HERE.
  • Evidence-Based Treatments for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Click HERE
  • How to Manage a Misbehaving Brain with Jaime Tartar, Ph.D. Click HERE.
  • Intimate Partner Relationships in Times of Crisis with Lenore Walker, Ed.D. Click HERE.
  • Join us for Yappy Hour! BYOP (Bring Your Own Pet): The Benefits of the Human-Animal Bond During COVID-19 with Ariann Robino, Ph.D., LPC (LA), NCC. Click HERE.
  • Love with Shannon Karl, Ph.D., LMHC, NCC, CCMHC, ACS. Click HERE.
  • Male sexual abuse survivors with Amy Ellis, Ph.D. Click HERE.
  • Mindfulness: Mental Armor During a Time of Stress with Jonathan Banks, Ph.D. Click HERE.
  • Moral Psychology with Justin Landy, Ph.D. Click HERE.
  • MSDStrong Three Years Later - Local, Community, and National Perspectives. Click HERE.
  • NeuroSports: Go Ahead, Make My Brain: The Marriage of Neuroscience with Exercise Science
    with Jaime Tartar, Ph.D., Jose Antonio Ph.D., and Corey Peacock, Ph.D. Click HERE.
  • New Insight on Forensic Psychology with Stephanie Aki, Psy.D., Morgan Branco, M.A., Kendell L. Coker, Ph.D., J.D., David Feldman, Ph.D., Donna Hillier, Psy.D., and Chad D. Waxman, Psy.D. Click HERE
  • Parents as Teachers: How to Keep Your Sanity with Gene Cash, Ph.D., ABPP, and Shannon Worton, Psy.D. Click HERE.
  • Positive Psychology and Well Being Therapy with Barry Nierenberg, Ph.D., ABPP (Rp). Click HERE.
  • Preventing Male Suicide with Scott Poland, Ed.D. and Juliette Hubbard, Psy.D. Click HERE
  • Self-Care During Stressful Times with Shannon Karl, Ph.D. Click HERE.
  • Self-Care isn't selfish: What research and experience say about helping others
    with Eric Thompson, Ph.D., Isabel Thompson, Ph.D., Catalina Uribe, M.S., and Catherine Ivey, M.S. Click HERE.
  • Suicide Prevention and Intervention for Schools with Scott Poland, Ed.D. Click HERE.
  • Suicide Prevention is Everyone's Responsibility with Scott Poland, Ed.D. Click HERE.
  • The Impact of Social Media on Teens: What Can Be Done? with Arie Greenleaf, Ph.D. Click HERE
  • The Power of Art in our Therapy with Mercedes ter Maat, Ph.D. Click HERE.
  • The Role of Mental Health Professionals in Cancer Care. Click HERE
  • Unsatisfied by Design: Happiness, Evolution, and Human Nature with Glenn J. Scheyd, Ph.D. Click HERE.
  • We Can Do Hard Things Part 1: Managing Difficult Feelings. Click HERE
  • We Can Do Hard Things Part 2: Conversations with Kids. Click HERE
  • Zero Suicide: Translating Program into Practice - Preventing Suicide on the Navajo Reservation with Heather-Ayn Indelicato, Psy.D. (Clinical Psychology, Class of 2011). Click HERE

Social Justice

  • Creating and Maintaining Diversity Within Graduate Clinical Psychology and Counseling Programs. Click HERE.
  • Critical Race Theory and Racial Trauma: Implications for Practice with Stacy A. S. Williams, PhD., NCSP, LP. Click HERE.
  • Humanitarian Outreach and Cultural Resiliency with Stephen Campbell, Ph.D., and Oraib Toukhly, M.S. Click HERE.
  • Leveraging School Resource Officers to Promote Positive Student Outcomes for Youth of Color with Tara C. Raines, Ph.D. Click HERE.
  • NSU LGBTQA Pride - Special Alumni Panel Discussion with Gregory Jones, Psy.D., Rachel Needle, Psy.D., Roddia J. Paul, M.A., R.P.A., Pia Small, Ph.D., and Troy Thisler, M.S. Click HERE
  • Out of the closet and into the classroom: ensuring the safety of our transgender students with Pete Caproni, Ph.D. Click HERE.
  • Social Justice in the U.S. (Part 1) with Dale Holness, Corey King, Andrew Smalling, Corey Shearer, Gregory Gayle. Click HERE.
  • Social Justice in the U.S. (Part 2) with Gwyndolen Clarke-Reed, Michelle Cromwell, Ph.D., Nichole Anderson, Grace Carrington, Tracy McNeil, Gregory Gayle. Click HERE.
  • Understanding the Black Experience in America: Be the Change You Want to See in the World with Marva M. Robinson, Psy.D., John Lewis, Ph.D., Stephen N. Campbell, Ph.D., Tara C. Raines, Ph.D., N.C.S.P., Stacy A.S. Williams, Ph.D., N.C.S.P. Click HERE

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