Matching pledge of $5,000 to the Tails of Hope Telethon
Once again Dr. Fisher has made a matching $5,000 pledge for the Tales of Hope Telethon to support Lollypop Farm’s Law Enforcement. The telethon broadcasts live from Eastview Mall on 13WHAM ABC, CW Rochester and 13wham.com on Saturday March 7th, 2020 from 3:00 to 9:00 pm.
New book chapter in the Textbook of Forensic Neuropsychiatry
Dr. Fisher and J. Richard Ciccone, M.D. have completed a book chapter titled Traumatic Brain Injury Litigation and Forensic Psychiatric Assessment for the forthcoming edition of Textbook of Forensic Neuropsychiatry. Edited by Manish Fozdar, M.D., Vivek Datta, M.D., M.P.H., Robert P. Granacher, Jr., M.D., M.B.A., and Hal Wortzel, M.D..
For the 16th consecutive year, Dr. Fisher has funded the Seymour Fisher Annual Dissertation Award
This year’s recipient was Dr. Aly Bailey for her dissertation titled Designing, Testing, and Implementing BIAS (Body Image Awareness Seminars): A Positive Body Image Program. Congratulations Dr. Bailey!
Dr. Fisher inducted into the 1873 Leadership Circle of Lollypop Farm’s new Bergh Society
Dr. Fisher's was inducted into the Leadership Circle in recognition of his 16 years of financial support for Lollypop Farm.
Dr. Fisher is recognized for helping find over 5,000 pets new homes in 2019
Dr. Fisher's continuing support of Lollypop Farm's mission has made it possible to place 5,007 pets in new homes in 2019.
Dr. Fisher's latest pro bono work in the Michael Orbino Case
Dr. Fisher acts as a pro bono expert in select criminal cases involving defendants accused of serious felonies who have histories of severe Traumatic Brain Injury and serious neurological disorders. In his current pro bono work in the Michael Orbino case, Dr. Fisher continues to help change societal views on mental health and incarceration. Click here to learn more about the Orbino case.
If you would like to be considered for pro bono work by Dr. Fisher, please complete the form here.
Dr. Fisher receives a three year reappointment as an Associate Professor at U of R
Dr. Fisher was recently given a three year reappointment as a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Rochester Medical Center.
Listen to Dr. Fisher's latest interview on From My Mama's Kitchen® Talk Radio Show about "My Dad Got Hurt. What Can I Do?"
Dr. Fisher was interviewed on Tuesday, March 13, 2018 by From My Mama's Kitchen® Talk Radio Show host Johnny Tan about his book, "My Dad Got Hurt, What Can I Do."
Click Here to listen to this great in-depth interview!
Dr. Fisher is doing a charitable $5,000 dollar for dollar match to go to Lollypop Farm!
Dr. Fisher will be appearing live from Eastview Mall on 13WHAM ABC, CW Rochester and 13wham.com on Saturday March 3rd at 6:15 p.m. to present his charitable $5,000 dollar for dollar match to go to Lollypop Farm. He will be appearing with Reno DiDomenico, the Director of Law Enforcement at Lollypop.
Dr. Fisher has received a Certificate of Appreciation from Blue Star Families for his work with "My Dad Got Hurt. What Can I Do?"
Body Image: An International Journal of Research is pleased to announce and congratulate the recipient of the 2017 Seymour Fisher Outstanding Body Image Dissertation Award, Siân A. McLean!
Siân A. McLean is attends the School of Psychology and Public Health, La Trobe University in Victoria, Australia.
Her winning dissertation was “Investigating Media Literacy and Appearance Comparison as Protective and Risk Factors for Body Dissatisfaction in Adolescent Girls: Implications for Prevention”
Dr. Fisher has funded the Seymour Fisher Dissertation Award for the doctoral dissertation for the past 10+ years, which is chosen annually by the editors of The Journal of Body Image, that best honors the spirit of his late father’s, Dr. Seymour Fisher’s, work in the field of body image and personality. Read more about Dr. Seymour Fisher in his son's tribute to his life.
Dr. Fisher discussed Veterans, Traumatic Brain Injuries and PTSD on the Brenna Boyce Law Forum Radio Show on WHAM 1180 on November 12th, 2017!
Listen to the complete interview here.
Dr. Fisher receives a Presidential Commendation for his philanthropic service to the National Academy of Neuropsychology Foundation!
The Presidential Commendation was presented to Dr. Fisher at the National Academy of Neuropsychology Conference in Boston, MA.
"My Dad Got Hurt. What Can I Do?" shared with NAN members in Boston!
Drs. Moser, Barth and Fisher raving about the new book My Dad Got Hurt. What Can I Do? by NAN Foundation at the National Academy of Neuropsychology Conference in Boston, MA
Listen to Dr. Fisher's radio interview about "My Dad Got Hurt. What Can I Do?"
Friday September 27, 2017
This book targets children between the ages of 8-12 who, without any preparation and at a very young age, have been confronted by their mother or father coming home from their military service with a brain injury. Because brain damage is so often invisible, these children are confronted with an especially difficult reality. Although their parent is home from combat and may look like he or she did before deployment, mom or dad does not act or behave the same way they did prior to deployment.
Here is how you can help!
For every $15 you donate we will gift a book to a warrior family!
How many families do you want to help?
Listen to Dr. Fisher as he is interviewed on the Dr. Dee Show on KABC!
Enjoy the program as these two experts in neuropsychology discuss working with the families of wounded warriors with traumatic brain injury.
2017 marks Dr. Fisher's second year as Chair of the National Academy of Neuropsychology Foundation were his primary goal is to expand knowledge of the Foundation’s mission to a larger community of people, especially those in the military.
Dr. Fisher is spearheading two exciting Foundation projects in 2017!
- Writing the first in a series of books for the children of our wounded warriors with brain injuries
This first book will be targeted at children between the ages of 8-12 who, without any preparation and at a very young age, have been confronted by their mother or father coming home from their military service with a brain injury. Because brain damage is so often invisible, these children are confronted with an especially difficult reality. Although their parent is home from combat and may look like he or she did before deployment, mom or dad does not act or behave the same way they did prior to deployment.
- The production of a short educational film for the children of our wounded warriors. This film will help children understand changes in their mom or dad after a brain injury.
Dr. Fisher is featured in the Summer 2016 edition of Community Health Magazine for the LavaroGroup. Read about Dr. Fisher in the article "Master of the Mind".
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