Invited Lectures & Workshops



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Dr. Garamoni has given talks on stress management, cognitive therapy for anxiety and depression, and the "power of balanced thinking" to various organizations in the local community, including the Chamber of Commerce, the Rotary Club, Toastmasters, the YMCA, and self-help support groups for people suffering from anxiety and depression.

  • Joint Conference on Depression, North East Florida Mental Health Counselors Association & North Florida Chapter, Employee Assistance Professionals Association, University of North Florida. “Cognitive therapy,” December, 2000.

  • Certificate Program in Health Care Management Practices, College of Health and Division of Continuing Education and Extension, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, Florida. "Establishing a private practice," February, 1995.

  • American Heart Association, Health Fair, Jacksonville Beach, Florida. "Stress as a risk factor in heart disease," June, 1995.

  • C.A.L.M. (Coastal Anxiety Lowering Methods) Support Group. Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. "An integrative approach for treating anxiety disorders," September, 1994.

  • Chamber of Commerce, Jacksonville Beach, Florida. "The power of balanced thinking," August, 1992.

  • South Hills Mood Disorders Support Fellowship, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. "Cognitive therapy," February, 1991.

  • Young Men's Christian Association, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. "Depression in men," October, 1990.

  • Clinical Cognition Interest Group, University of Pittsburgh. "The balance between positive and negative affects during depression, hypomania, and euthymia: A further test of the states of mind model," June, 1990.

  • Rotary Club, Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania. "Depression: symptoms, causes, and treatment," May, 1990.

  • Rotary Club, Sewickley, Pennsylvania. "Depression in men," April, 1990.

  • Sewickley Valley Hospital, Sewickley, Pennsylvania. "Cognitive therapy," June, 1989.

  • Clinical Psychology Research Seminar Series, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. "Cognitive balance, psychopathology, and psychotherapy," with R.M. Schwartz, April, 1989.

  • Graduate Psychology Program, Carnegie‑Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. "An information‑theoretic model of positive and negative cognition," with R.M. Schwartz, March, 1987.

  • Graduate Psychology Program, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. "A structural‑information processing model of positive and negative cognition," with R.M. Schwartz, December, 1986.

  • Clinical Psychology Program, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. "A structural‑information processing model of positive and negative cognition," with R.M. Schwartz, December, 1986.

  • Clinical Cognition Interest Group, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. "Balanced thinking and self‑directed change: Evaluation of the states of mind model," with R.M. Schwartz, May, 1986.

  • Clinical Psychology Research Seminar Series, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. "A structural model of positive and negative states of mind," with R.M. Schwartz, March, 1985.

  • Clinical Cognition Interest Group, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. "Cognitive asymmetries and the internal dialogue: A model of positive and negative states of mind," with R.M. Schwartz, October, 1984.

  • Toastmasters, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. "Coping with public speaking anxiety," with R.M. Schwartz, September, 1985.



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