Dr. Mike Robinson, host of Parent Talk Live welcomed Dr. Jonathan Cohen, Co-Founder and President of the National School Climate Center, located in New York. Dr. Cohen will provide his views on how schools and school districts can re-establish a positive and healthy school culture after a tragedy”
Dr. Cohen is also an Adjunct Professor in Psychology and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University; Adjunct Professor in Education at the School of Professional Studies, City University of New York and a practicing clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst.
Dr. Cohen has worked in and with K-12 schools for over thirty years as a teacher, program developer, school psychologist, consultant, psycho-educational diagnostician and mental health provider. After working as a middle school teacher at the Marianne Frostig Center for Educational Therapy in Los Angeles, he received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the City University of New York, New York, New York and completed a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychology (1979-1980) at New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center as well as at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Department of Pediatrics, New York, N.Y.
For more information on Dr. Jonathan Cohen or the National School Climate Center visit http://www.schoolclimate.org/about/
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On Friday, April 9, 2010, 1,500 people attended the Boys II Men Film, Lecture and Volunteer Recruitment Fair. Father Michael Pfleger opened the heart of Saint Sabina Church for this effort. Janks Morton directed and produced the film. Sixty-three mentoring and community organizations recruited volunteers after the film and lecture. Comella Sledge organized the event for The Black Star Project. One of the best ways to address youth violence in Chicago and across America is "Men II Boys". Please click here to see a fantastic, instructive two minute film clip of this great event at (http://vimeo.com/11007994)
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