After our most recent NPHTI workshop, we received a wonderful and gracious (unsolicited!) email from one of our participants, Brian Delaney, Psy.D. He is the director of training for the post-doctoral psychology fellowship program in the Division of Pediatric Psychosocial Oncology at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston.
“I want to thank the entire Intermediate faculty for a remarkable learning experience. The level of expertise, effort and investment of the faculty is what makes these workshops so special. I am embarking on my second clinical day since the workshop and have already seen the benefit to my patients. In this era where so much is determined by commerce, I consider it a privilege to spend time with you, the other learners, and myself as we pursue this special path toward improving the human condition.
“The small group experience was very rewarding both in terms of skill development and interpersonal connection. We participants exchanged emails during our last lunch so we can all stay in touch.”
This is really a marvelous testament to our participants, as they take to the next level what they learn in our workshops and integrate these learnings into their clinical practices, improving the lives of their patients in the process!