Dr. Flynn elected president of ISIPT

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Dr. Heather Flynn, professor and interim chair of the the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine has been named president-elect for the International Society of Interpersonal Psychotherapy (ISIPT). 

Flynn, who also serves as director of the FSU Center for Behavioral Health Integration, has worked with the organization for many years to improve and disseminate treatment for psychiatric disorders. 

“Interpersonal psychotherapy, which has been around since the 1980s, is an evidence-based treatment that is highly effective,” Flynn said. “As a committee chair, I have developed an international certification program for both therapists and supervisors, being rolled out now worldwide.”

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