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Psych prof receives psych certification

BEAVER FALLS, Pa.— Joseph E. Peters, PhD, professor of psychology, counseling, and human services at Geneva College, has recently achieved Board Certification in Clinical Psychology from the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP). 

     Peters was certified as an approved clinical supervisor by the Center for Credentialing and Education, Inc. in 2005.

     The majority of his work at Geneva involves teaching and supervising in the college’s graduate counseling program. 

     Peters’ areas of clinical interest are individual psychotherapy, psychological adjustment to chronic/severe illness, stress management, and clinical supervision. 

     In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Peters is a consultant to the McKeesport Veteran’s Center, McKeesport, Pa., and pursues a private practice at Beaver County Psychiatric Services, 219 Third Street, Beaver, Pa.

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