GIVE to NTSPP ACE Funds ~ Advocacy Charity Education ~ fully tax deductible ~ Honor a person or organization

TWO WAYS TO GIVE and HONOR/MEMORIALIZE a colleague, family member, admired community activitist, organization, etc. through a tax-deductible contribution to our ACE Funds*.

I. GIVE to the NORTH TEXAS HELP website NTSPP ACE Fund
To honor a person or organization, be sure to
(1) fill out that information in the “honoree and donor” small text box within your order form along with their personal or contact information for notification
(2)  list how you wish to be named as donor.
Or email us at NTSPPchapter@gmail.com with that information.

TO GIVE TO NORTH TEXAS HELP WEBSITE NTSPP ACE FUND CLICK HERE:


AND/OR

II. GIVE TO the GENERAL NTSPP ACE FUND
To honor a person or organization, be sure to
(1) fill out that information in the “honoree and donor” small text box in your order form along with their personal or contact information for notification
(2) list how you wish to be named as donor.
Or email us at NTSPPchapter@gmail.com with that information.

TO GIVE TO the GENERAL NTSPP ACE FUND, CLICK HERE:


*For NTSPP ACE Fund background and the honoree list to date please see http://ntspp.org/?p=350
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Psychiatrist William T. Moore MD has died ~ His Life Celebration is Saturday December 13 at 1 pm

December 13, 2014
1:00 pmto3:00 pm
From the Dallas Morning News ~
William Thomas Moore MD, a Dallas psychiatrist, died at home surrounded by family on November 3, 2014. He was preceded in death by parents Gertrude Nordlund Moore and Lloyd Edwin Moore. He is survived by his brother Robert Edwin Moore. Dr. Moore is also survived by Sarah Barnett Moore, whom he married in 1969 and children William Thomas Moore, Jr., Nanette Moore Gonzales, Cecile Moore Dutka, Guy Michael Moore, John Thomas Moore, five grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
Bill Moore, Sr. was born on December 21, 1925, in Houston, Texas. He was graduated from St. Thomas High School in Houston. He entered the U.S. Army in 1945. Dr. Moore earned his B.A. and MA degrees in 1949 from the University of Texas, Austin, Texas. He was awarded his medical degree in 1953, from University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. Dr. Moore wrote several publications in pharmacology for which he received the Cass Award. Dr. Moore did his post graduate work between 1953-1957 at three hospitals, including Parkland Memorial. He then held a professorship in psychiatry at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas from 1957-1963 while simultaneously serving as Medical Director for the Woodlawn Hospital 1960-1963. In 1964 Dr. Moore established a private General Psychiatric practice with specialties in individual, conjoint and family therapies. In addition he maintained an appointment as Clinical Assistant Professor and then Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas until 2000. Dr. Moore was a Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association (FAPA). He was Co-founder of Southwest Family Institute and became a Board Member of the Isthmus Institute, Reverchon Press and Saybrook Press. He belonged to the American Medical Association, the American Psychiatric Association, North Texas Society of Psychiatric Physicians and the American Association of Marital and Family Therapists. Bill enjoyed sailing, but loved to ride his tractor and work at our East Texas family tree farm.
The Life Celebration for Dr. Moore is Saturday, December 13, 2014, at 1:00 pm in Fellowship Hall at the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, 11122 Midway Road at Northaven 75229. Family and friends are welcome. Please bring stories, jokes (even those at his expense), songs, poems, music, whatever you associate with him.
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Two NTSPP Executive Council members whose work will be honored in November: Edgar Nace MD and Adam Brenner MD

Edgar Nace MD, twice past president of NTSPP and long-time Chair of the NTSPP Public Psychiatry Committee, will be honored November 21 at a breakfast where he will receive the Gratitude for Giving Recognition Award for Lifetime Achievement.

Adam Brenner MD is Co-Chair of the Behavioral Health Leadership Team (BHLT) which as a group will receive the Health Care Heroes ~ Ron Anderson Servant Leadership Award on November 6.

Both men have worked tirelessly to achieve good for their patients, their families, students, the community, our professional community, and our profession.  We thank you for representing psychiatry and psychiatrists with such honor and grace.

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NTSPP’s North Texas Help website receives generous anonymous donation!

The NTSPP North Texas Help website nearing completion has received a generous contribution of $3443 through our ACE Fund donation.    We thank the truly anonymous person who sent a bank check to us!

Please support this wonderful project or one of our other fully tax-deductible Advocacy Charity or Education projects as you can by donating!  Just click here or see above on the website to participate…

http://ntspp.org/2014/03/15/give-to-ntspp-ace-funds-advocacy-charity-education-fully-tax-deductible-honor-a-colleague-or-family-member/

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8 November, 2014 Saturday 9 a to 5 p: Listening, Not Listening and Refusing to Listen by Salman Akhtar MD ~ DPC Workshop at UTSW

November 8, 2014
9:00 amto5:00 pm

The Dallas Psychoanalytic Center presents
Listening, Not Listening, and Refusing to Listen
Salman Akhtar MD
Professor of Psychiatry at Jefferson Medical College, Training & Supervising Analyst at the Psychoanalytic Center of Philadelphia

Saturday, November 8, 2014
9 am to 5 pm

UTSW ~ Seay Building
2201 Inwood Road
Dallas TX 75390
NC 8.212 8th Floor Conference Room 

9:00 am – 10:15 am   Talk number one: Listening in four different ways
10:15 am – 10:30 am    Q & A
10:30 am – 10:45 am   Coffee break

10:45 am – 12:00 pm   Talk number two: Listening to silence
12:00 pm – 12:15 pm   Q&A
12:15 pm –  1:30 pm    Lunch

1:30 pm –  2:45 pm     Talk number three:  Listening poorly
2:45 pm –  3:00 pm      Q & A
3:00 pm –  3:15 pm      Coffee break

3:15 pm –  4:30 pm      Talk number four: Refusing to listen
4:30 pm –  4:45 pm      Final Q & A

Cost of the workshop is $125 ($100 for members of DPC)
(includes 6 hours of  CME/CEU Credits & Lunch)

To register and pay:
1.  Email your reservation information to dallaspsychoanalyticcenter@gmail.com
2.  Submit your payment by check to:
Elizabeth Buchanan MBA
Dallas Psychoanalytic Center
POB 670218
Dallas TX 75367-0218

For questions, information on Dr. Akhtar, CME accreditation and goals:
Please contact Elizabeth Buchanan MBA
214.566.5083
dallaspsychoanalyticcenter@gmail.com
elizabethlbuchanan@gmail.com

 

Program advertisement posted on October 18

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The NTSPP & DPC Joint Dinner Program ~ Gerald Melchiode MD: “A Priest, a Patient, and a Therapist Walk into a Confessional: the Ethical and Legal Implications of Child Abuse”

October 23, 2014
6:30 pmto9:00 pm

All Psychiatrists, Psychiatrists in Training & Members of the Dallas Psychoanalytic Center
are warmly invited to

The NTSPP & DPC Joint Dinner Program
Thursday, 23 October 2014 from 6:30 to 9:00 pm
Lovely private venue (available by email only)

Speakers: Gerald Melchiode MD and Craig Jett JD
Program: “A Priest, a Patient, and a Therapist Walk into a Confessional:
the Ethical and Legal Implications of Child Abuse

6:30 pm:  Socializing & Cash Bar
7:00 pm:  Three-Course Seated Dinner*
7:30 pm:  Program then Q & A

CME I will be available if desired through DPC ~ free for DPC members and $25 for NON-DPC members via check or cash offered at the meeting.

*Dinner Menu:
~Mixed field greens salad (Roma tomatoes, dried cherries, candied pecans, green apples, sprinkle of blue cheese, honey mustard vinaigrette)
~Beef tender medallions in mushroom sauce
~Pecan pie with Irish cream
~After-dinner coffee with program
Vegetarian option is available with timely RSVP

Cost per person:
$30 for NTSPP Chapter Dues Paid Member Psychiatrists and Self-pay NTSPP Chapter Dues Paid Psychiatry Residents/Fellows by RSVP deadline 
$50 for all other Psychiatrists, DPC members, and Self-pay Psychiatry PGYs
$50 Sponsor UTSWMC Psychiatry PGY to the dinner (Your generous donation is also tax-deductible)
$50 Guest of Psychiatrist or DPC member
All reservations and payment will be made through NTSPP for psychiatrists, DPC members, and psychiatry PGYs.

NTSPP Area Psychiatrists, DPC Members & Psychiatrists in Training:

EASY TWO-STEP ACCEPTANCE:

1. RSVP with number in your party and member category of each person by email to Michael Rafferty MD, Program Chair, at NTSPPrsvp@gmail.com by Tuesday October 21 at 10:00 AM  AND
2. PAY by PayPal (or check) by Tuesday October 21 at 10 AM.

TO PAY:
~USING PAYPAL: Find your category or categories in the drop down menu.  Add as many options as you wish to your cart before final payment:


Membership Category Price Per Person
Name (if different from CC)



~BY CHECK: Make out check to “NTSPP” and mail to NTSPP Treasurer Lia Thomas MD at our mailing address 6119 Greenville Ave, Suite 516, Dallas, TX 75206 ~ to arrive by Tuesday October 21

Deadline for cancellation without cost and for on-time reservations
 is October 21 at 10 AM

For cancellations and late reservations contact Program Chair Michael Rafferty MD at NTSPPrsvp@gmail.com.
For Vegetarian option and Food allergies, contact Michael Rafferty MD at NTSPPrsvp@gmail.com by Tuesday October 21 at 10 AM
For last-minute meeting changes, check this website

Are you a psychiatrist or psychiatrist in training who is not yet on our confidential psychiatrist e-mail list?  Please email us your professional information and email address at NTSPPchapter@gmail.com.

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11 October 2014 ~ 2nd Saturday DAWP: Catherine Karni MD, Hillary Carrington LPC, Alexis Clyde PhD ~ Early Childhood Mental Health Clinic: evaluation and treatment for preschool-aged children

October 11, 2014
10:00 amto12:00 pm

All Dallas Area Women Psychiatrists and Psychiatrists in Training are warmly invited to 2nd Saturday DAWP
Saturday October 11, 2014~ 10 A to 12 N
10 A Brunch and Confidential Fellowship, Business
11 A Presentation and Q &A

Speakers:
Catherine Karni MD, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Medical Director, Outpatient Services, Children’s Medical Center of Dallas, Center for Pediatric Psychiatry, Board Certified in Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry by ABPN

Ms. Hillary Carrington LPC, Children’s Medical Center of Dallas, Center for Pediatric Psychiatry

Alexis Clyde PhD, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Center for Pediatric Psychiatry, Children’s Medical Center Dallas, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, UT Southwestern Medical School

Title:  Early Childhood Mental Health Clinic: evaluation and treatment for preschool-aged children

Location of home and RSVP information sent by email to all female psychiatrists and psychiatrists in training on our confidential email list…Not yet on our elist?  Please email NTSPPchapter@gmail.com to be added and indicate your professional affiliation/status…

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