Dr. Faruq Iman
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Dr. Iman is currently employed as a psychologist in private practice, a certified holistic practitioner and a retired educator. He is currently editor of the Association of Black Psychologists’ Eastern Region newsletter (i.e. The Mashariki Gazeti). He earned his B.A. degree from Lincoln University in PA, a M.Ed. from Antioch University, a Ph.D. from Temple University, and additional certificates from Columbia and Villanova Universities and the Bodhise Holistic Institute. A few areas of practice and research include African psychology, natural/holistic physical and mental health, male/female relationships, African and African American men, attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD), anger management, depression, anxiety, mental dementia, small group dynamics, and community psychology. Current and past professional and community organizations include the Association of Black Psychologists (ABPsi) – past Eastern Regional Representative, the Delaware Valley Association of Black Psychologists (DVABPsi)- past president, International Board of African Thinkers, Priests, Healers, and Religions, Inc. (former board member), the Freedom Theatre (former board member and president), Pan African Studies Community Education Program (former board member), Awards include The Dr. Bobby E. Wright Community Service Award (ABPsi), Who’s Who in the East, Who’s Who Among Human Service Professionals, Community Service Award (DVABPsi), The Warrior/Healer Award (DVABPsi), International Biographer’s Award, Outstanding Young Men of America Award, Community Leaders Award, Counselor of the Year Award, etc.
Food & Mood: An NTU™ & Nutritional Approach to Treating Depression
Food and Mood: A NTU™ and Nutritional Approach to Treating Depression will attempt to address how the food we consume (or don’t consume) has a bearing on how we feel, think, and behave. This workshop is intended for psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, students of these disciplines and anyone wishing to learn how food can either heal or hurt our minds and bodies. It is anticipated that participants will be equipped with knowledge on how to include this information into their practices and lives.