PsyD Faculty and Alumna Co-Chairing MPA’s Annual Conference

The conference that Lorraine Mangione, Ph.D., Chair of the Department of Clinical Psychology and Wendy Vincent, Psy.D. (Antioch 2010) are co-chairing is fast approaching. On Saturday, November 3 in Norwood, MA, the Massachusetts Psychological Association will hold its annual conference, entitled We Need to Talk: A Changing Culture, A Changing World, Our Changing Selves. Its focus on change in our world and in our profession and in our selves, and the need to speak to each other despite differences and difficulties, is mirrored in the many provocative and thought-provoking workshops.  Dr. Mangione will do the final plenary that brings conference attendees together to reflect on the day and themselves.
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