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Deaf Mental Health Care Series with Dr. Neil Glickman – Austin

Deaf Mental Health Care Series with Dr. Neil Glickman – Austin

DATE:
March 10-11, 2017
May 12-13, 2017
August 12, 2017

TIME: 9:00-4:00

ADDRESS: 1102 S. Congress Ave

CITY: Austin

WEBSITE: http://tsd.formstack.com/forms/dmhc_series_registration

The Deaf Mental Health Care Series, funded by TEA and TSD/ERCOD, is a 3 part series led by Dr. Neil Glickman. The series is designed to teach clinical and educational staff how to engage persons (children through adult) who are language deprived and delayed in the development of psychosocial skills such as coping with distress and adversity, conflict resolution with other people, cognitive problem solving and healthy self-talk. The focus will be largely on working with deaf persons with language deprivation, but the content is broadly applicable to work with persons who have a broad array of language and cognitive deficits.

The sessions will be highly interactive, with numerous opportunities for small and large group discussion and skill practice. Throughout the series, Dr. Glickman will incorporate his new workbook Preparing Deaf and Hearing Persons with Language and Learning Challenges for CBT, which is included in the registration materials.

Lunch will be provided and dorms are available upon request.

To Register: http://tsd.formstack.com/forms/dmhc_series_registration

Questions: contact Lee Godbold [email protected]

About the Presenter: Dr. Neil Glickman is a licensed psychologist in Massachusetts, specializing in cognitive behavioral psychotherapy and Deaf mental health care.

For 14 years, he was the unit clinical director and psychologist of a specialty Deaf psychiatric inpatient unit. He also worked for six years as a psychologist for Deaf Services in an agency called Advocates Inc. in Framingham, Mass.

Additionally, he is an adjunct instructor at Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts, teaching several graduate counseling and psychiatric rehabilitation courses and an adjunct assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester, Massachusetts.

His publications include five books; the newest book, Preparing Deaf and Hearing Persons with Language and Learning Challenges for CBT was published August 2016.

CONTACT PERSON NAME: Lee Godbold
CONTACT EMAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
CONTACT TELEPHONE #: 512-462-5431

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