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Colloquia Series


Colloquia Series

About our Colloquia Series:

    The Clinical Psychology @ City College Colloquia series was developed to promote communication among researchers, clinicians, and students. Prominent psychologists are invited to the City College of New York to share ideas and to participate in an invigorating conversation. Please see the schedule below, which lists the speakers and topics for the 2017-2018 series.

  All talks are held from 12:15-1:50pm in Shepard Hall Room 107, and are hosted by the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program @ CCNY.

2017-2018 Colloquia Series

Date  Speaker Title
10/10/2017 Silvia Mazzula, John Jay College Mental Health and Justice: An Untold Story
11/17/2017 Kevin Nadal, John Jay College "Let's Get in Formation": On Becoming a Psyschologist-Activitist in the 21st Century
12/5/2017 Nadine Kaslow, Emory University
Grady Nia Project: Culturally-Informed treatment of abused, suicidal, low-income African American women. 
2/13/2018 Siri Hustvedt Thinking Plural: Travels between Literature and Science
3/13/2018 Judy Roth TBA
4/10/2018 Chris Christian, The New School TBA

2016-2017 Colloquia Series

Date  Speaker Title
11/8/2016 Walter Bockting, Columbia Universtity
Transgender Identity Development
Across the Lifespan: Implications for Evidence-Based Practice.
Beatrice Beebe, Columbia University
The Origins of Disorganized Attachment: A Microanalysis Approach
2/14/2017 Miriam Steele, The New School
Attachment and the Body Representations: How do they connect?​

2015-2016 Colloquia Series

Date  Speaker Title (click to see abstract)
9/24/2015 Deryn Strange, John Jay College
Research Day
Anil Chacko, New York University
11/19/2015 BJ Casey, Weill Cornell
12/17/2015 Kevin Meehan, LIU Brooklyn Interpersonal Signatures in Daily Life
2/25/2016 Clancy Blair, New York University
3/24/2016 Jay Greenberg, William Alanson White Institute Otherness and the Analysis of Action
5/19/2016 Jack Drescher