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Pictured are Associate Professors Robert McInerney, Ph.D., and Brent Robbins, Ph.D.
Pictured: Robert McInerney, Ph.D., and Brent Robbins, Ph.D.

Prospective graduate students interested in Point Park University's M.A. in clinical-community psychology or Psy.D. in clinical-community psychology programs can hear sample lectures from Associate Professors of Psychology Brent Robbins, Ph.D., and Robert McInerney, Ph.D., June 7 and 22 at 7 p.m. in JVH Auditorium.

These lectures will immediately follow the University's upcoming graduate open houses June 7 and 22 from 5 to 7 p.m.

On June 7, Robbins will present "Psychiatric Diagnosis as a Scapegoat Mechanism: Looking Toward Alternatives to the Medical Model," and McInerney will discuss "Action Research and Advocate Ethnography: Being and Making the Clinical-Community Connection" June 22.

Graduate open house and lecture attendees will have the opportunity to meet Point Park's psychology professors, ask questions about graduate admission, learn about graduate school in Downtown Pittsburgh and have their application fee waived.

These graduate psychology lectures are free and open to the public, but reservations are requested. Please R.S.V.P. to Julie Russell at or 412-392-3486.

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Explore Point Park's Doctor of Psychology (beginning fall 2017) and Master of Arts in clinical-community psychology, request information and apply online.


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