ANAHEIM,CA-The Board of Trustees is pleased to welcome Dr. Wendy Patrick to the position of Adjunct Professor with the College of Certified Psychophysiologists. Dr. Patrick is the Deputy District Attorney for the city of San Diego and Expert in Human Behavior. She has been a well known Legal Analyst and Media Commentator for the last 11 years appearing 1000's of times on shows like CNN, FOX, Nancy Grace to name a few. She has a Juris Doctor from California Western School of Law and a Ph.D. from University of Wales Trinity Saint David. She is a welcome addition to our school.
ANAHEIM,CA-The Board of Trustees is pleased to welcome Michelle Vincent to the position of Adjunct Professor with the College of Certified Psychophysiologists. Michelle obtained her Master's Degree in Counselling in 2015 and is in the final leg of completing her Ph.D. A Psychotherapist, Experienced Teacher (proficient in both English & French) esteemed author and Mental Health Facilitator. A retired Police Officer and CISD expert in dealing with Police & Emergency Services, her experience and passion is a welcome addition to our school.
Victor Marx is a widely known high risk humanitarian with successful missions to Iraq, Syria, North Africa and Southeast Asia many times in non-permissive and high threat environments, helping orphans and widows.
Although the field of Psychophysiology is a complex science, Victor was able to come to an understanding that the true ability to manage PTSD and Traumatic Stress comes from within the human mind and body and not from things outside of it. The College of Certified Psychophysiologists recognizes his contribution to society and his efforts in helping others overcome this difficult obstacle in life.
A husband of 30 years, a father to five and a proud grandfather, Victor has learned and teaches his approach to build successful relationships while excelling professionally.
ANAHEIM, CA -It is with deep sadness we report Faculty Member Dr. Phyllis Hiebert passed away this morning after a long and courageous battle with cancer. Our thoughts and prayers are with Dr. Hiebert's family and friends.
ANAHEIM, CA - The College of Certified Psychophysiologists is pleased to announce the release of a new Certificate Program in Covid-19 Traumatology. This Certificate Program gives the knowledge and skills necessary to deal with trauma assoicated with Covid-19, specifically PCTSS (Post Covid-19 Traumatic Stress Syndrome). Due to the dramatic impact Covid-19 is having on the global population, this program is being offered at a sigificantly discounted tuition rate of a limited time. For more information on this program goto: www.ccp.college/traumatology.html
ANAHEIM, CA - The College of Certified Psychophysiologists is pleased to announce the recent work of one of our Professors Dr. Robert L. Perkins in the release of his published work pertaining to the effects of COVID-19. His publication recently featured in the GCISF Journal "PCTSS (Post COVID-19 Traumatic Stress Syndrome: Addressing the trauma accrued by the Covid-19 crisis and preparing for reintegration into the workplace and society when the panedmic comes to an end" identified a new Mental Wellness Issue. Dr. Perkins, in collaboration with the Global Critical Incident Stress Foundation, has established a new organization entitled Workplace Homeostasis which is providing Facilitator Certification for businesses to be able to provide a specialized Covid-19 trauma intervention for their employees when they are eventually called back to work.
ANAHEIM, CA -The College of Certified Psychophysiologists is pleased to announce Anthony Colace was conferred his Master of Science Degree in Applied Psychophysiology this month. Anthony is now a Ph.D. Student In Residence with the College and will be working as an Associate Professor during his studies towards a Ph.D. in Optimal Performance Applied Psychophysiology. Congratulations Anthony !!
CANADIAN PSYCHCOPHYSIOLOGY ADVOCATE PHYLLIS HIEBERT
AWARDED HONORARY DOCTORATE
ANAHEIM,CA - The Board of Trustees of the College of Certified Psychophysiologists has voted to award Phyllis Hiebert Doctorate of Philosophy in Applied Psychophysiology Honoris Causa.
Ms. Hiebert is the a former McMaster University Professor and huge supporter of the College and research in the field of Psychophsyiology.
Ms. Hiebert is also a warrior, survivor and advocate for Cancer Research and Treatment in Toronto Canada.
DR. CHRIS CAPPANNELLI APPOINTED AS ADJUNCT FACULTY
ANAHEIM, CA-The Board of Governors of the College of Certified Psychophysiologists is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Chris Cappannelli to the position of Adjunct Faculty. Dr. Cappannelli earned his D.Ed. at St. Thomas University in Miami Gardens FL. Dr. Cappannelli's Doctoral research focused on the impact of organizational leadership upon early departure from the Federal Law Enforcement profession in which he applied his almost 3 decades of invaluable expertise and experience as a Criminal Investigator with the Department of Homeland Security. Dr. Cappannelli will also serve as a member of the Doctoral Dissertation Committee.
DR. MILAN JELENIC APPOINTED AS ADJUNCT FACULTY
ANAHEIM, CA-The Board of Governors of the College of Certified Psychophysiologists is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Milan Jelenic to the position of Adjunct Faculty. Dr. Jelenic earned his Ph.D. in Educational Psychology at University of Nevada and has served as Professor at Centennial College, Seneca College, Durham College, Niagara College and Brock University in Ontario Canada.
CANADIAN P.T.S.D. ADVOCATE TERRANCE JOSEPH KOSIKAR
TO BE AWARDED HONORARY DOCTORATE
ANAHEIM,CA - The Board of Trustees of the College of Certified Psychophysiologists has voted to offer Terrance Joseph Kosikar a Doctorate of Philosophy in Applied Optimal Performance Psychophysiology Honoris Causa, which will be presented to him on June 1st at a huge PTSD fundraising event in Vancouver Canada.
Mr. Kosikar is the President of Camp My Way which focuses on assisting those who suffer from trauma injuries such as P.T.S.D. As a former first responder, Terrance responded to a fatal accident on the opening day of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics. As a result of this trauma he suffered from a mental injury which lead to years of severe depression, attempted suicide and substance abuse which resulted in the loss of his family, career and almost his life.
As Terrance was pushed to his breaking point, he found salvation from within. Without the use of medication or traditional therapy, he was able to learn and apply the science of Psychophysiology to manage his PTSD and regain control of his life.
Terrance now travels the world raising awareness of PTSD and bringing a more positive understanding to this debilitating mental and physical injury that many first responders experience as a result of their day to day work.
Although the field of Psychophysiology is a complex science, Terrance was able to come to an understanding that the true ability to manage PTSD and Traumatic Stress comes from within the human mind and body and not from things outside of it. The College of Certified Psychophysiologists recognizes his contribution to society and his efforts in helping others overcome this difficult obstacle in life.