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Psychological Implications of Crisis and Trauma


On May 5th, Amelio D’Onofrio, Ph.D., will present Psychological Implications of Crisis and Trauma at the Center for Catholic School Leadership and Faith-Based Education’s Entrepreneurial Leadership Series.

As the director of the Psychological Services Institute at Fordham GSE, Dr. D’Onofrio specializes in psychotherapy, especially in the realm of attachment theory, the effects of fault holding environments and insecure frames, relational psychoanalysis, and interpersonal neurobiology. He has worked in many different capacities with psychological including, but not limited to, leadership positions at the U.S. Department of Veterans’ Affairs Medical Centers; chief of Residential Psychosocial Rehabilitation for Homeless Veterans; founder of the Institute for Psychoanalytic-Existential Psychotherapy; founder of the Florence Seminars held in Florence, Italy; and practicing psychotherapy and clinical supervision to schools and mental health agencies.

This is an invite-only event for school leaders of faith-based schools. If you are a school leader in a diocesan school in the New York metro area and would like to attend, please contact 



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