graphic of brain showing biofeedbackThe founder of UWindsor’s psychology clinical training program will discuss the future of the field in a colloquium January 11.

Clinical psychology subject of Thursday colloquium

An early leader in UWindsor’s psychology department will provide his perspective on the past and future of clinical psychology in a free public colloquium Thursday, January 11.

Ray Daly designed the University’s clinical training program and inaugurated it in 1967. Since leaving the faculty, Dr. Daly continues practice as a registered psychologist and his research in neurofeedback, meditation, and psychotherapy.

He will integrate his experiences and knowledge in Thursday’s presentation, entitled “The Relationship between the Brain, Information, Context, and Psychotherapy,” at 4 p.m. in room 203, Toldo Health Education Centre.