Department of Psychology News

Black Psychology

Black Psychology

The student group Leaders and Advocates in Black Psychology (LABPsi) was formed after many black graduate students in the MS Clinical Psychology Program expressed a desire to learn more about black cultural and spiritual practices that could inform their work as mental health professionals. It now includes undergraduate students. The purpose of...

Faculty Member Recognized for Supporting Haitian Children

Faculty Member Recognized for Supporting Haitian Children

A Barry University faculty member known for the educational support she has provided to underserved Haitian children is a recipient of an award that honors South Florida educators who integrate service-learning into the curriculum. Dr. Pamela Hall, an associate professor of psychology, received the Spirit of Service-Learning Award from Returned...

10th Annual S.T.E.M. Research Symposium

10th Annual S.T.E.M. Research Symposium

Barry community invited to 10th Annual S.T.E.M. Research Symposium Date: Friday, April 6Time: 9 am – noonLocation: Andreas 111 & 112 The research symposium aims to engage the Barry community in learning about and sharing the excitement of ongoing discoveries and research within the S.T.E.M. disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering...

MS Clinical Psychology Alumnae

MS Clinical Psychology Alumnae

Graduates of the MS Clinical Psychology Program go out into the professional world and become successful. The Program provides them with the education and training to do this. New students come in as a group every fall, and this helps them to develop bonds and mutually supportive relationships with their classmates that contribute to their success...

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