The Academic Minute for 2020.02.03-2020.02.07

The Academic Minute from 02.03 – 02.07

Monday, February 3rd
Scott Glassman Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Positive Psychology
Dr. Glassman is a Clinical Assistant Professor and Associate Director of the MS Program in Mental Health Counseling at PCOM. He is also a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers and a consultant for the Family Medicine department at PCOM, assisting with the integration of behavioral health in primary care. He has presented on brief adaptations of motivational interviewing at the Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association’s Annual Clinical Assembly and Mercy-Fitzgerald Hospital Grand Rounds.

Tuesday, February 4th
Lisa Corbin – Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Trauma and Addiction
Lisa Corbin, LPC, NCC, who specializes in addiction and trauma, can discuss how many treatment facilities use a trauma-informed approach to help instill healthier coping skills in their clients; help them confront their traumatic experience in a safe environment; and above all, showing clients that they are not alone in their experience.

Wednesday, February 5th
Lauren Noto-Bell – Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Pain Management
Dr. Lauren Noto Bell is an associate professor, clinician, and faculty member in the Department of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM). She is actively involved in the education and mentorship of osteopathic medical students and residents, and she teaches OMM internationally through the Deutsch-Amerikanische Akademie fĂĽr Osteopathie (DAAO), to physicians in Europe.

Thursday, February 6th
Arturo Bravo – Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Dr. Bravo Nuevo is an associate professor in the Department of Bio-Medical Sciences. He lectures on subjects related to the central nervous system, the visual system, retinal degenerative diseases and muscle physiology.

Dr. Bravo Nuevo has lectured in several universities including Sydney University, Australian National University, Harvard University and Aarhus University. He has mentored several high school and college students from Drexel University and Bryn Mawr College through masters programs and research projects.

Friday, February 7th
Richard Allen – Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Ketogenic Diet and Brain Health
Dr. Allen has extensive experience providing psychological assessment, consultation and intervention services in home, community and school based programs, serving both children and adults with developmental disabilities and children with emotional and behavioral disorders.

He is licensed as a psychologist in Pennsylvania and Delaware and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA-D) and a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP).


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