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This seminar features Dr. Patrick Ryan, Retired Clinical Psychologist, Neuropsychologist. Cost is $25, includes lunch and handouts.

 Export to Your Calendar 12/17/2018
When: Monday, December 17, 2018
11:30 AM
Where: 16th Circuit Court Jury Room
40 N. Main St.
Mount Clemens, Michigan  48043
United States
Contact: Shawn Symborski
586-468-2940 Ext. 1001


Online registration is available until: 12/14/2018
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The Psycho-Social Aspects and Assessment of Juveniles and Threats to Commit Acts of Terrorism

This seminar features Dr. Patrick Ryan, Retired Clinical Psychologist, Neuropsychologist.


Dr. Ryan trained as a psychologist and neuropsychologist in his native Canada. He completed degrees in general, developmental/clinical and clinical neuropsychology in 1977.

He has been board certified in addictions, neuropsychology, and forensic psychology. He has been Chief Psychologist at Southfield Rehabilitation Center, prior to its merger with the Henry Ford system. He then assumed the role of Chief of Psychology and Addiction in the St John system, leaving for full time private practice in 1983.  He has received teaching awards for his work with the St. John residency programs.  For nine years he was the chief psychologist at Canada’s largest substance abuse rehabilitation facility.  

His practice has involved treatment and assessment, with an emphasis on clinical and forensic assessment of adults and children. He was a longtime evaluator for DHHS in Macomb, Wayne, Isabella and Sandusky counties.

He has also consulted with the Veterans Court, as well as Courts in Wayne, Oakland and St Clair counties.  He was briefly involved with the Macomb Juvenile Justice.  

Major areas of current interest involve assessment of children with neurocognitive deficits such as lead-exposure and fetal alcohol syndrome.


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