School of Psychology Family and Community

                   School of Psychology, Family, and Community

                                     Advisory Board

 

Mission
The mission of the School of Psychology, Family, and Community Advisory Board is to bring together a dynamic group of people who have a special interest in supporting the training and development of next generation clinicians, counselors, and family therapists.
Responsibilities
  • Develop ways to ensure the relevance and increase the visibility and influence of SPFC programs in the community and regionally
  • Develop strategies for supporting the students with scholarships and fellowships
  • Support fundraising efforts deemed by the Advisory Board as appropriate and necessary to accomplish its mission
Desired Skills, Experience, and Characteristics
  • Diversity in membership (e.g., ethnicity, gender, religious tradition)
  • Interest in mental health issues
  • Entrepreneurial spirit
  • Community involvement and connections
  • Professional success in a chosen line of work
  • Experience in marketing/development, finance/accounting, estate planning, law, healthcare administration or delivery, event planning, and/or governance

Members

  • Mark Albertson, Esq. - Chair
  • Willie Aikens
  • Sue Albrecht
  • Timothy R, Knapp, CFP®
  • Bob McIntosh
  • Carey A. McMann
  • Steven Mitchell, MD, FACEP
  • Mike O'Connor, PhD, MTS
  • Leslie Parrott, Ed.D
  • Tom Wall, PhD, ABPP, ABPH
  • Dina Wells

 

Centers and Initiatives

Initiative for Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Living Well Initiative

Center for Relationship Development

SPFC Advisory Board

 

Programs & Events

2013-14 Speaker Series

Medical Family Therapy Training Seminars

Graduate Program Open House

 

Highlights

Is Beauty In the Eye of the Beholder?

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Mindfulness and Brain Scans

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Psychological First Aid

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The Healthy Workplace

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