PsyD Faculty and Students Well-Represented at SEPI Conference

The PsyD Department was well-represented at the Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration (SEPI) Conference this past June in New York.  Two core faculty and four students joined  Nancy McWilliams, PhD, ABPP, author of Psychoanalytic Diagnosis and co-author of the Psychoanalytic Diagnostic Manual-2, for a roundtable discussion on Intergenerational/intersectional psychotherapy training: Progenitors and progeny conversing is integrating.

In photo, from left to right:

  • Thedore Ellenhorn, Ph.D, ABPP
  • Alicia MacDougall, BA
  • Jordan Stewart, MS
  • Roselyn DeVincentis, MS
  • Monique Bowen, Ph.D
  • Nancy McWilliams, Ph.D, ABPP
  • Chad Lazzari, BA

Additionally, Drs. Bowen and Ellenhorn were discussants and student Chad Lazzari, BA participated in Making space/taking time for conversations about intersectionality in clinical supervision. Additional participants included Vernon Smith, PhD, moderator, Esther Lee, MA, Nathalie Haziza, and Meghan Mobbs (faculty and students from PhD programs in Clinical Psychology at City College of New York and Teachers College Columbia University).

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