Denton awarded grant for national study

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Lisa Denton, assistant professor of Psychology

Lisa Denton, assistant professor of Psychology

Lisa Denton, assistant professor in the Department of Psychology, was awarded a grant from the Group Foundation for Advancing Mental Health, which is administered by the American Group Psychotherapy Association (AGPA).

The AGPA is the foremost professional association dedicated to group psychotherapy. The grant, in the amount of $6,360, is for Dr. Denton's project, "Factors Impacting the Success of Group Programming at Psychology Internship Sites: A National Survey." The project seeks to determine the factors which influence the success of group therapy programs in mental health settings.

 

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