Colloquium Features American Psychological Association President-Elect
November 14, 2012
Intimate partner violence and suicidal behavior are significant public health concerns for African American women. In response to these concerns, Regent University's Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology recently hosted Dr. Nadine Kaslow, president-elect of the American Psychological Association (APA), as the featured speaker for the Regent Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology colloquium looking at Kaslow's Grady Nia project, an assessment and treatment program for abused and suicidal African-American women.
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