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Vazquez, Carmen Inoa

VAZQUEZ, Carmen Inoa

VAZQUEZ, Carmen Inoa. American (born Dominican Republic), b. 1942. Genres: Medicine/Health, Psychology. Career: City College of the City University of New York, NYC, proctor supervisor, 1976-77; Morrisania Neighborhood Clinic, intern and consultant, 1979-80; Nassau County Medical Center, psychology intern, 1980-81; South Bronx Mental Health Council Alcoholism Clinic, clinical supervisor, 1981-82; Bellevue Psychiatric Hospital, NYC, staff psychologist, 1982-84, senior psychologist, 1984-90, director of Clinical Psychology Internship Training Program at New York University-Bellevue Hospital Center, 1984-. American Board of Professional Psychology, diplomate; Bilingual Treatment Program Clinic, NYC, founding director, 1988-96, supervisor, 1996; psychotherapist in private practice. Hostos Community College of the City University of New York, adjunct professor, 1977-79; Empire State College of the State University of New York, adjunct instructor, 1978-84; New York University, clinical instructor, 1982- 84, clinical assistant professor, 1984-92, clinical professor of psychiatry, 1992-; St. John's University, Jamaica, NY, affiliate clinical professor, 1983- 87. Guest on television and radio programs. Publications: (with R. Gil) The Maria Paradox: How Latinas Can Merge Old World Traditions with New World Self-Esteem, 1996. Contributor to books and magazines. Address: 104 E 40th St Suite 406, New York, NY 10016-1801, U.S.A.

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