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Self-care for COVID-weary clinicians; what we are learning from these challenging times
Mental health clinicians are not immune from the psychological stresses of the ongoing pandemic. Explore how the pandemic has potentiated our clients' stress, contributed to our vicarious trauma, and challenged our own self-care. Dr. Bob Mendelsohn, Adelphi University and Dr. Pete Caproni, Nova Southeastern University will discuss our current situation with an emphasis on both building clinicians' self-care capacity and preparing us for what’s to come.

Feb 18, 2022 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Peter Caproni, Ph.D.
Associate Professor / Core Faculty, School Psychology @Nova Southeastern University
Peter Caproni, Ph.D., is a Florida-certified school psychologist and a Florida licensed psychologist. After completing his clinical internship and post-doctoral year in the New York City area, he worked with Miami-Dade County Public Schools for 23 years, primarily in special programs for at-risk youth. He is a former president of the Dade Association of School Psychologists, and served as their Chairperson for Professional Development for 15 years. Dr. Caproni maintains a small private practice in the Miami Lakes area, serving young people and their families.
Robert Mendelsohn, Ph.D.
Professor @Adelphi University Gordon F. Derner School of Psychology
I gave up a career as a professional drummer to become a psychologist/psychoanalyst and professor of psychology. I have never regretted my decision. In my teaching and in my clinical and research supervision, I work hard to make complex clinical and theoretical concepts simpler, clearer, and even fun. I believe that the artificial schism between mainstream psychology and psychoanalytic theory has been detrimental to both, and I appreciate that the Derner School of Psychology is one place where the integration of psychoanalysis into mainstream psychology occurs every day. I am delighted to announce the publication of my new book: Freudian Thought for the Contemporary Clinician; Routledge, Press, 2022.