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Seton Hill University’s Marriage and Family Therapy Speaker Series will present “Teens Who Hurt: Clinical Strategies for Working with Troubled Youth” on Friday, May 7, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. with Kenneth Hardy, Ph.D., professor of family therapy at Drexel University and director of the Eikenberg Institute for Relationships. The workshop will be held at Seton Hill University’s Center for Family Therapy located at 41 West Otterman Street, Suite 510, in Greensburg, Pa. The registration fee is $5. The registration fee for individuals interested in obtaining Continuing Education credits for LMFT, LPC, and S.W. is $15. Seating is limited. For more information or to register, call 724-552-0339 or e-mail

Hardy is the recipient of several distinguished awards from the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, the International Association for Marriage and Family Counselors, and the American Family Therapy Academy. He has also been recognized by Hofstra University, St. John’s University and Syracuse University. Hardy’s work has earned him considerable public acclaim, including appearances on the Oprah Winfrey Show and Dateline NBC. He is the co-author of “Teens Who Hurt: Clinical Interventions for Breaking the Cycle of Youth Violence” and “Revisioning Family Therapy: Race, Class, and Gender in Clinical Practice.”

Seton Hill University offers the only American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy accredited graduate program in the region designed to develop highly skilled, socially conscious clinicians. The Seton Hill Center for Marriage and Family Therapy, a community-based mental health center and training site in downtown Greensburg, Pa., is an integral part of Seton Hill’s Marriage and Family Therapy Program. Center services are provided by the advanced graduate students in Seton Hill’s Marriage and Family Therapy Program, under the mentorship of experienced clinicians on the faculty at Seton Hill.Mental Health America of Westmoreland County presented Seton Hill University’s Marriage and Family Therapy Program in 2002 with an Innovations Award, which recognizes community innovators in mental health. To learn more about Seton Hill’s Marriage and Family Therapy Program, please call the University’s Office of Graduate Admissions at 724-838-4209.