Neil Brown, LCSW extraordinaire interviews Dr Burdick (aka The American Psychologist) traveling the world and sharing views on sharing of cultures, travel and living overseas. What the family needs to survive! Mandatory listening for anyone who is planning or finding themselves in a new community away from home! Here’s the link: Enjoy! https://goo.gl/51QuqX
The last two days I’ve spent meeting with private schools in the area, and collaborating to assist their students and families. Thank you to the International School of Amsterdam for allowing me to provide support to multinational families in need of resources. Today, is a SKYPE multinational day of communication between Utah, Amsterdam, Czech Republic,Continue reading A Day In The Life of an American Psychologist
SEND (Special Educational Needs & Disability) is the ‘buzz acronym’ heard at the DCEP (Division of Child and Education Psychology) conference with local authorities giving more instruction to how ed psychs, social workers and mental health providers must act collaboratively as stakeholders in UK special needs work. This is done through use of Education, HealthContinue reading This week in London: Ed Psychs Unite!
THANK YOU World Psychology Forum for voting mine the ‘best’ of Cross Cultural presentations this year, 2015 in Prague. It was unexpected, and the crystal plaque appreciated. I am looking forward to Yokohama 2016 and Bruno CZ 2017. It was also a pleasure to meet the ‘best of the best’ panel presenters in Prague thisContinue reading A Special Honor from World Psychology Forum, Prague, CZ
Barry Anton (left and below center), APA President spoke of the ‘painful’ yet ‘necessary’ changes within APA in response to the recent outside consultant evaluation of the APA relationships with Washington DC. Fortunately, the blemish doesn’t overshadow the terrific work APA continues to do in setting up scholarship and training for doctoral students in accreditedContinue reading APA 2015 Toronto: New Perspectives