PsyD Colloquium on Relationship Competency Feb. 18

Lorraine Mangione, professor of clinical psychology at AUNE, will give a colloquium titled Food and Fences: The Relationship Competency in the Academic Departments, from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m., Monday, February 18.

The talk is a version of one which Mangione gave at the 2013 National Council of Schools and Programs in Professional Psychology winter conference in Nassau, Bahamas, in January. It will focus on relationship competency, one of three core values in AUNE’s Department of Clinical Psychology. Mangione will discuss relationships between faculty and faculty, faculty and students, students and students, and faculty and administrators.

Continuing Education credits are available for the colloquium. The AUNE community is invited.


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