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Webinar February 20 10:00 am Free NJBIA Events Team 609-393-7707 Email Website

This program will take an evidence-based approach and provide practical tools that can be applied immediately in life or at work aimed at developing personal wellness. The focus will be on continuing your personal journey, no matter where you are in life.

Join us Tuesday, Feb 20th, at 10:00am for a virtual webinar with Stephanie Marcello, PhD, RWJBarnabas Health Behavioral Health Services, AVP, Academics, Innovation & Integration – Rutgers UBHC, Behavioral Research & Training Institute to hear tips and insights on this important topic.

Meet Our Featured Speaker

Dr. Stephanie Marcello, Ph.D Dr. Stephanie Marcello, Ph.D Chief Psychologist, RWJBarnabas Health – Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care

Stephanie Marcello leads the Institute in its mission to develop the behavioral health workforce. Dr. Marcello is actively involved in the design and delivery of the Institute’s trainings, conferences and consultation and workforce development for UBHC staff through the Institute’s Center for Continuing Education. She serves as Chief Psychologist for Rutgers UBHC, Director of the Psychology Internship Program for doctoral students and chair of UBHC’s Trauma-Informed Care Committee.

Dr. Marcello has certifications in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy from the Academy of Cognitive Therapy, and in motivational interviewing from the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT). She is an expert in working with people who manage posttraumatic stress disorder, the disease of addiction, and serious mental illness. Dr. Marcello has directly supervised staff in how to use best practices in behavioral health, has conducted research in these topics, published in many peer-reviewed journals, and presented her work at several national forums. Her research interests include self-care of professionals working in the behavioral health field. She received her PhD from Temple University, completed a pre-doctoral internship at Trenton Psychiatric Hospital and a post-doctoral fellowship in the Division of Schizophrenia Research at UBHC.