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Dr. Manges is an energetic and engaging speaker. He is an informative, creative and instructive presenter.
His TEDx talks, keynote speaking, workshops and conference break out sessions are in demand by professionals, college audiences, as well as, businesses and organizations.
Dr. Manges has provided specialty talks for continuing education credits and professional associations at their local and national conventions.
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Topics in demand include:
- Leadership and motivation: Secrets of turning NO into YES!
- Resilience: Just surviving is for wimps. How you can triumph from defeat.
- Grit: Game-changing strategies so you can lead the life you desire.
- How to use your powers of observation to overcome deception and manipulation: You may not be able to avoid being a target but you can sure avoid being a victim. Learn how to avoid being caught in the Velvet Trap.
Dr. Manges is a regular guest on WCPO Channel 9. He is a member of the APCA. You can view more of his videos on Youtube.
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Dr. Manges discusses the New York Shooting and why terrorists attack for a WCPO Interview.
Dr. Manges discusses the Las Vegas shooting. He recommends having an exit strategy when attending major events and taking a break from the media.
The law specifies that marijuana is covered under “rebuttable presumption.” In general, this means that an employee whose injury was the result of being intoxicated or under the influence of marijuana is not eligible for workers’ compensation.
A new article in the American Psychology Association periodical, Monitor, shows the science is clear, teams work because of their Attitudes, Behaviors and Cognitive states of togetherness. Dr. Suzanne Bell wrote, “If a team is going to work it needs to bring together...
An animal attack can be a terrifying experience, potentially leaving the victim with serious injuries.
For many working with and evaluating persons with disabilities, we have come to rely on some quality programs that offer a lot in the way of resources. As part of my career wellness focus, I thought a post about some of those resources would be helpful for those in need. Here are some of these resources.
Suicide deaths increased by 28 percent between 2000 and 2015 to more than 44,000 deaths (as of 2015). Rural suicide rates are 40 percent higher than in metro areas. Ohio’s suicide death rate was 14.2 per 100,000 in 2015, which ranked 32nd highest.
Although there is a lot of good to be said about the low level of unemployability we are now going through, those with disabilities are getting a raw deal. The disabled are working more but still suffer in terms of lower employment numbers. In a recent release by the...
Rand Study Finds Prejudice Against Women In Public Technology.
The Board of Labor Statistics says the employment of mathematical science occupations is projected to grow 27.9 percent from 2016 to 2026, which is much faster than the average for all occupations, and will result in about 50,400 new jobs.
Learn More about Dr. Manges
- B.A., in Psychology, Adelphi University, New York, 1970
- Certified Forensic Psychologist, University of Virginia, 1984
- Licensed Psychologist, Ohio, 1985 to present
- Licensed Psychologist, West Virginia, 1978 to present
- Academy of Integrative Pain Management/Diplomate 1992
- American Board of Vocational Experts/Diplomate 1999
- American Board of Professional Disability Consultants/ Diplomate 1995
- Certified International Psychometric Evaluator, 2016
- Certification Star Behavioral Health Providers; Tier One and Tier Two Military
- Sensitivity Training: PTSD; TBI; Sleep Disorders; Depression & Suicidal
- Behaviors; Sexual Assault & Depression, 2016
- Ph.D., in Psychology, University of Maryland, 1974
- Masters in Science, Psychology, Brooklyn College, New York, 1972
- Certification Training Trainer of Emergency Responders. 1990
- Certification Training Emergency Responder, 1989
- Certification Training For Bereavement Issues, 2005
- Certification Training Meditation and Visualization, 2012
- Certification Training Mediation, Harvard University, 2009
- Forensic Evaluation Training/Certification 1984
- International Psychometric Evaluation/Certification 2016
- National Center for Crisis Management/Fellow 1998
- Ohio Disability Evaluators Panel/ Certification 1990