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LESSONS ON LOVE FROM MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.: A PSYCHOLOGIST'S DREAM

23 January 2019

Dr. Judy Kuriansky , a Member of the International Organizing Committee of the Congress on Mental Health: Meeting the Needs of the XXI Century, has published the article in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday:

"Lessons on Love from Martin Luther King: A Psychologist’s Dream" https://tinyurl.com/ybyntyr5

 

About the author: Dr. Judy Kuriansky, Main representative of the International Association of Applied Psychology and the World Council of Psychotherapy to the United Nations (USA)

Dr. Judy Kuriansky is a clinical psychologist on the adjunct faculty at Columbia University Teachers College and Visiting Professor at Peking University Health Science Center in China. At the United Nations, she is Chair of the Psychology Coalition of NGOs and the main representative of the World Council of Psychotherapy and the International Association of Applied Psychology, who recently led a historical successful campaign for mental health and well-being to be included in the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, in partnership with the UN Ambassador of Palau, Dr. Caleb Otto, a public health physician. Currently she is also an advisor to Ambassador Toriello of the Mission to the UN of São Tomé and Príncipe in Africa. Her many projects include a Girls Empowerment Program teaching entrepreneurship, HIV/AIDS education, and life skills. The founder of the Global Kids Connect Project, she has provided psychosocial support workshops and trainings after disasters in the United States, Japan, Haiti, Sri Lanka and China, and recently during the Ebola outbreak in West Africa

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