You don’t have to be crazy to see a psychologist at CCNY’s Mini-Medical School

Deidre Anglin, associate professor of Clinical Psychology

Mini-Medical School is an ongoing series of health information sessions on topics the Harlem community has identified as being of interest

It used to be that only those with serious mental health issues – or rich neurotic people – would see a psychologist. But today we know that while psychologists still treat serious mental disorders, they also help us cope with the daily stresses of life.

The truth is, everyone can benefit from talking with a psychologist now and again. And on Dec. 13 you can do just that – for free – when Deidre Anglin, an associate professor of Clinical Psychology in the Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership at The City College of New York, talks about how psychologists can help us all live a more meaningful, spiritual and fulfilling life.

Please join us for the CUNY School of Medicine’s Mini-Medical School at CCNY at 5:30 p.m. in the North Academic Center, Room 1/201 to hear Anglin speak – and listen to you. She’ll take your questions about whatever’s on your mind, like family dynamics, financial pressures, work issues, parenting, anxiety, learning disabilities, and more.

This event is free and open to the public. Click here to RSVP.

The Psychological Center at CCNY provides low-cost mental health services to the Harlem community. For more information please call 212-650-6603.

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