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Experts Examine Latest in Children’s Mental Health Research

Nov 8 • Academics, Community, Counseling and Mental Health, Research, School of Health Sciences and Human Services • 1627 Views • Comments Off

A symposium this morning in the University Club on the state of mental-health care for children and teens drew close to 100 experts, working professionals, and students to discuss the latest in research and best practices.

Co-sponsored by the School of Health Sciences and Human Services (HSHS), the event featured opening remarks by New York State Comptroller and Hofstra alumnus Tom DiNapoli, who noted that partnerships between the University and local community groups in addressing the early needs of children and young families also have a cost-saving effect on taxpayers.

Pictured above (l-r): Andrew Malekoff of the North Shore Child & Family Guidance Center, NYS Comptroller Tom DiNapoli, and HSHS’s Laurie Johnson, director o f graduate counseling programs, and Dean Ron Bloom.

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