The Philadelphia Behavior Therapy Association is an interdisciplinary organization that promotes the practice of scientifically-based psychotherapy in the Philadelphia region. It has a long tradition of providing education, promoting dissemination, and facilitating networking among the local cognitive- and behaviorally-oriented community. The PBTA sponsors lectures, workshops, and discussions on clinical issues for the purpose of educating practitioners, clinical scientists, and the public on the effective practice of psychotherapy.
Come join PCOM faculty for: Child-focused Careers in Psychology: Coffee and Conversation with Jessica Kendorski, PhD, NCSP and Kate Tresco, PhD
November 17 from 1 to 3 pm in Evans Hall Room 327 at 4170 City Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19131
Right after the PBTA Networking Luncheon and Autism Update!
Children spend the majority of their time in schools, and academic and behavioral success is crucial. With a firm ground in both psychology and education, School Psychologists are uniquely positioned to support children in achieving their full potential and to build relationships between families and schools. In 2017, US News and World Report ranked school psychology as the #1 best social service job with the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicating a 20 percent growth in the profession expected by 2024. During this session, PCOM Psychology faculty will discuss careers and educational pathways in school psychology and applied behavior analysis. Examples of skills taught in the programs will be included. The time will be geared toward an open discussion with abundant question and answer opportunities. Light refreshments will be provided.Click Here to Register
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