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February 8, 2016
 

The New York Times Features Adelphi Grads and a Professor in Story on Niche Psychotherapy


Jocelyn Charnas, phd, psychologist, derner

Jocelyn Charnas, Ph.D. ’09, known as “the wedding doctor,” was featured in The New York Times, along with Michael Garfinkle, Ph.D. ’09, and Derner Professor Lawrence Josephs, Ph.D.

The story in the Sunday, February 6, 2016, issue of The New York Times on boutique psychotherapy (“Dear Google, Is There a Shrink for That?”) featured two graduates of Adelphi’s Gordon F. Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies and a Derner Institute professor.

Jocelyn Charnas, Ph.D. ’09, known as “the wedding doctor” (pictured here), Michael Garfinkle, Ph.D. ’09, a psychoanalyst in New York, and Derner Institute Professor Lawrence Josephs, Ph.D., spoke about how the trend has affected their practices.

» Check out what they said in The New York Times

 
 
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