Lorraine Mangione, PhDProfessor and Director of Practica
Department of Clinical Psychology
Navigating Through Loss and Grief: How Continuing Bonds, Creativity, Religion/Spirituality, and Culture Contribute to the Journey. Presentation at Massachusetts Psychological Association, Wellesley, MA , March 2016.
Supervision from the Supervisee Perspective: Relationship, Boundaries, Best, Worst, and Mixed. Paper session presented with Vincent Pignatiello, Psy.D., Kate Evarts, B.A., Kevin O’Leary, B.S., and Lauren Gillis, M.S. the New England Psychological Association Annual Conference, Fitchburg, MA, October 2015.
Sicilian American Lynchings in New Orleans: What Can We Learn and Teach about Prejudice, Violence, and the Path to Social Justice? Poster presented with Ron Pilato, PsyD, and Maureen O’Reilly, at NCSPP Annual Conference on Social Justice and Psychology, New Orleans, January, 2014.
Early Training for Group Psychotherapists: Challenges, Risks, and Rewards. Colloquy presented at AGPA annual conference with students Christina Chestna, Jean Devenny, and Viktoriya Fuzaylova, Boston, March, 2014.
Panel member at Calandra Institute for Benessere Psicologico: Contemporary Thought on Italian American Mental Health, April 9th, 2014, New York, NY.
Bruce Springsteen, the Disenfranchised, and Social Justice: What Can Psychology Learn from His Work? Colloquium presented at Antioch University New England, Department of Clinical Psychology, September, 2014, Keene, NH.
Art, Identity, and Culture in Italian American Women. Chair of symposium at American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Oahu, Hawaii, August, 2013.
What Does it Mean to Be an Italian American Woman and an Artist? Presentation at American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii, August, 2013.
Beyond the Self: Italian American Women Creating in Context. Presentation at American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2013.
Spirituality and Religion in the Experiences of Italian American Daughters Grieving for their Fathers. Presentation with Donna DiCello and Megan Lyons at American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2013.
Food and Fences: The Relationship Competency in Academic Settings. Colloquium at Antioch University New England, Department of Clinical Psychology, Keene, NH, Spring, 2013.
Food and Fences: Tending Relationships in the Academic Setting. Invited address at the Annual Conference for NCSPP, Building the Bridge of Relationship: Beyond Clinical Competency, Bahamas, January, 2013.
Creating as an Act of Cultural and Identity Assertion: Italian American Women and Their Art. Presentation at Creativity & Madness, Boston, MA, October, 2012.
Psychological Theories of Grieving, Italian American Culture, and Springsteen’s Work. Paper presented at Glory Days: Bruce Springsteen Symposium, Monmouth College, New Jersey, September, 2012.
Grieving Loss and Death through Group Relationships and Metaphor workshop with Donna DiCello, Psy.D., at American Group Psychotherapy Association, New York City, March, 2012.
Relationship as Central to Supervision. Presentation at Maine Psychological Association Annual Conference, Portland, Maine, November, 2011.
What Did We Learn? Doctoral Students Discuss Facilitation of Experiential Training Groups. Chair of symposium presented with several students at American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Washington, D.C., August, 2011.
From the Internalization of Object to New Relationship: The Italian American Experience of Grief and Mourning. Chair of symposium at American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Washington, D.C., August, 2011.
The Transformation of the Relationship to the Object in Loss and Mourning. Presentation at American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Washington, D.C., August, 2011.
Practicum Coordinators: What Keeps Them Going and What Do They Need to Continue? Presentation at American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Washington, D.C., August, 2011.
It’s way over the top! You know, that’s how Scorsese is A Psychological Perspective on the Layers of Illusion in Shutter Island. Paper presented at The Calandra Institute’s annual conference: The 3Fs in Italian Cultures: Critical Approaches to Food, Fashion, and Film, New York City, April, 2011.
Alice in Wonderland, Reflecting Mirrors, and the Doppler Effect: Dynamics of self and other in novice training groups. Workshop with Frances Braun, Marielena Tecce, and Vanessa Leary at the American Group Psychotherapy Annual Meeting, New York City, NY, March, 2011.
Doctoral Students Facilitating Educational Groups for Masters Students: What Does Each Set of Students Learn? Poster presented with Sarah Allen, M. S., Jacob Austin, M.S., Antoinette Booth, M.S., Chelsi Day, M.S., Viktoriya Fuzaylova, B.A., Randi Hirschberg, M.S., Vanessa Leary, B.A., John Lynch, M.S., Marielena Tecce, M.A., at the NCSPP Annual Conference, Puerto Rico, January, 2011.