Webinar: The Adolescent Brain with Paul Marcille, Ph.D.

Thursday, November 14, 2013 -
12:00pm to 1:00pm



PowerPoint Presentation from the Webinar

Why do teenagers act the way they do?  What's going on in their heads? In this webinar, psychologist and educator Dr. Paul Marcille, who specializes in working with adolescents, will explain some of the inner workings of the adolescent brain and how psychologists and counselors who work with adolescents can help them with some of their challenges. Participants will have a brief time for questions at the end of the webinar.  


Paul Marcille, Ph.D.

Paul Marcille, Ph.D.
Director of the Undergraduate Programs at Palo Alto University 

Dr. Marcille joined the Palo Alto University faculty in 2006 from the American University of Paris in France, where he was the Vice-President and Dean of Student Affairs and Chairman of the Psychology Department. He is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with a specialty working with adolescent and university age students. During his tenure in Paris, he also maintained a private practice and was a member and President of the International Counseling Service (ICS), an association of Anglophone psychologists and psychiatrists in France. He was on the board of directors of several international schools and is an expert on international education. Since coming to PAU, Dr. Marcille has served as the President of the Santa Clara County Psychological Association and is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the California Psychological Association. He has a private practice in Los Gatos, where he works with adolescent and adult males. Dr. Marcille's clinical and research interests include culture shock, multilingualism, men's psychology and developmental issues in late adolescence and early adulthood.

Dr. Marcille obtained his B.A. in Psychology from Ohio University and his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Chicago Medical School. He completed his pre-doctoral clinical internship at the North Chicago Veterans Administration Medical Center and his postdoc at Woodbridge Hospital in Virginia, where he also became the Director of Psychological Services.

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