Dr. Bryce Sullivan, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, will be giving the keynote address at the “Erase the Stigma” conference on Aug. 22 in Belleville, Illinois. His talk, titled “Religion, Mental Health and Clinical Practice: Integrating Psychological Treatment with Religious Beliefs and Practice,” will present research and clinical information related to the integration of religion and psychological treatment, arguing that religion and spirituality can provide a strong supportive role in treatment and in overall mental health.
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