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  • Dr. James Flannick

    Assistant Professor of Mental Health and Human Services

    284-5363
    JFlannick@franciscan.edu
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    Educaion

    • B.A. (Psychology) - University of Dayton
    • M.A. (Clinical Psychology) - University of Dayton
    • Psy.D. (Clinical Psychology) - Wright State University, School of Professional Psychology

    Professional Experience

    • Owner, Parakleseos, LLC, Beaver, PA (outpatient Christian private practice of psychology)
    • Clinical Psychologist, Psychiatric Services, The Medical Center, Beaver, PA
    • Owner, Beaver Valley Psychological Services, Beaver & Baden, PA (outpatient private practice of psychology)
    • Consultant, New Hope Youth Home, Inc., Beaver Falls, PA
    • Director, Teen Sex Offender Treatment Program, Juvenile Services Division of Court of Common Pleas of Beaver County, Beaver, PA
    • Director of Behavioral Science Training, Family Practice Residency Program, The Medical Center, Beaver, PA
    • Team Leader, Crisis Unit, Eastway Corporation, Dayton, OH (mental health center)

    Community/ Professional Involvement

    • God’s Infinite Mercy Broadcasting
    • Knights of Columbus
    • Chastity Witness
    • Pennsylvania Psychological Association
    • Greater Pittsburgh Psychological Association
    • Mental Health Association of Beaver County
    • Samaritan Counseling Center, Beaver, PA
    • Brighton Township Citizens for Clean and Affordable Water (political committee of a candidate for township office)
    • Saints Peter and Paul Church, Beaver, PA
    • Saint Cecilia Church, Rochester, PA
    • Baseball Little League, Beaver, PA

    Professional Societies

    • American Psychological Association
    • Pennsylvania Psychological Association
  • Dr. J.T. Flannick-“Schizophrenia” 
    Flannick, JT (2001). Schizophrenia. In Mengel MB & Schwiebert, LP (Eds) Ambulatory Medicine: The Primary Care of Families (3rd ed.). Norwalk, CT: Appleton & Lange

    Dr. James T. Flannick-“Working With Families: Theoretical Foundations.” 
    Working With Families: Theoretical Foundations. Full day workshop for mental health professionals sponsored by Pennsylvania CASSP Training and Technical Assistance Institute, Somerset, PA, September 15, 2000

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