Junior and senior members of PSI staff discuss how PSI is at work today; these include Dr. Mary Ragan, Area Director of the Trinity Counseling Center; Dr. Kelly Murphy Mason, Managing Director at PSI; Dr. H. Kimball Jones, Area Director of the Rutgers Counseling Center; Rev. Sarah McCaslin, Resident Therapist; and Mr. Wayne R. Cato, Staff Therapist at PSI. PSI helps restore hope, health and healing to individuals, families, communities, and organizations by providing professional counseling, consulting, and educational services, to people in New York City and beyond.
PSI's 2019 Annual Conference, "Mindful Therapy for Anxious Times," was held on Saturday, January 12 at Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church in Manhattan. Keynote speaker Mark Epstein, MD, led an instructional and experiential day-long conference exploring how mindful psychotherapy techniques can help manage and decrease anxiety, especially during times of turbulence and uncertainty.
Co-sponsored by the Interfaith Center of New York, Trinity Church Wall Street, and St. Bart's.
This free continuing education series for clinicians and clergy sought to address and explore the impact of trauma that is both collectively and individually experienced. Recent violence around the world highlights such trauma, the roots of which may arise from intergenerational transmission of trauma and reflect racial or religious differences. PSI hosted three presentations in April, May and June of 2016 by licensed clinical professionals who shared how they integrate these complex themes when working to heal the mind, body and spirit in the aftermath of trauma.