Division of Clinical Psychology
Members of the Clinical Division work in settings ranging from state psychiatric facilities to private, independent, or clinical practice. The division has several committees actively involved invarious professional issues: insurance reimbursement for private practice, managed care, status and rights of psychologists in institutions, professional training and standards, and continuing education.
The Clinical Division is involved in many activities that support both providers and consumers of services:
The Clinical Division Practice Group has formed groups of clinical psychologists throughout the state that give private practioners an opportunity to get support and feedback and register their concerns in this time of extreme stress for our profession.
The Division sponsors NYSPA's Annual Peter Lincoln Internship Fair to help graduate students through the difficult and trying process connecting with their best matching site.
A Public Education Library was created filled with valuable information for making public presentations and giving media interviews and is freely available to all members of NYSPA.
The division is open to psychologists and students who are interested in all facets of clinical psychology including theory, research and practice. Members work in settings ranging from state psychiatric facilities to private, independent, or clinical practice. The division has several committees actively involved in various professional issues: insurance reimbursement for private practice, managed care, status and rights of psychologists in institutions, professional training and standards, and continuing education. You must be a NYSPA member to join.
Thomas Mallios, PhD
|President-Elect||Patricia Dowds, PhD|
|Past-President||Stanley Graham, PhD|
|Secretary/Treasurer||Eloise O'Brien, PhD|
|Representatives to Council||Richard Angle, PhD
Eva Levine, PhD
Family Peer Consultation-an Integrative Family Perspective
Every Second Tuesday of the month throughout 2013 (April will be the third Tuesday)
12:15pm - 1:00pm via phone
To participate, call 1-877-394-5901 and use access pin: 6263476#
Join the Family Therapy phone consultation sessions sponsored by the Clinical Division and hosted by Pat Pitta PhD, ABPP. We have been meeting for the past five years on the second Tuesday of each month (Sept-June). Members of this group consist of seasoned psychologist, student and early career psychologist.
Learn how to think and conceptualize your case whether it be an individual, family or couple case by using a family therapy integrative approach. You don't have to abandon your already known approaches. You integrate them with system's thinking and you have an approach that can be tailored made for your specific client.