The School of Social Work's Justice Lecture series on "Economic Justice for All" will feature guest speaker, Prof. Nekima Levy-Pounds
The School of Social Work's spring signature event, the Justice Lecture series on "Economic Justice for All" on Tuesday, March 18 at 5 PM. It will be held on the University of St. Thomas campus in McNeely 100.
Dr. Stankovitch receives the 2013 Award for the Common Good from the College of Education, Leadership, and Counseling
Dr. Stankovitch is one of seven who received the 2013 Award for the Common Good from the College of Education, Leadership, and Counseling
Holly Hanson, IPC psychology alumna, working in the field of corrections
Holly Hanson, IPC psychology alumna, is now working as a therapist and psychologist in the field of corrections.
Former IPC Director of Social Work Services, Jim Stolz, interviewed on WCCO
The former IPC Director of Social Work Services, Jim Stolz, was interviewed on WCCO about anxiety the physiologic process behind it.
Dr. Patricia Stankovitch featured in Monitor on Psychology
Dr. Patricia Stankovitch, Director of Psychological Services in the Interprofessional Center, is featured in Monitor on Psychology, October 2012.
Welcome to Sarah Cherwien, new Pre-Doctoral Intern for Counseling Services
Sarah is nearing the end of a four-year journey in the doctoral program for counseling psychology in the University of St. Thomas. The final year of the program consists of a full-time internship. The Interprofessional Center (IPC) is happy to have Sarah as it's new Pre-Doctoral Intern.
George Baboila, IPC Co-Director, is the recipient of the 2011 THE HEART OF SOCIAL WORK AWARD
Our IPC Co-Director, George Baboila, is the recipient of the 2011 THE HEART OF SOCIAL WORK AWARD. We are over-joyed by our very own winning the prestigous national award. Congratulations George! Please read more about the honor from George's colleagues in the School of Social Work.
New DBT therapy program has taken off for counseling services
The IPC began its first Dialectical Behavior Training (DBT) program in November 2010. The skills group filled up quickly and has had a long waitlist ever since. This therapy is not only popular, it is scientifically sound. In other words, it works.