Michael in The Media

  • (2012)Read the recently released article by Michael D. DeVine, MS, LPC & Lawrence V. Tucker, M.D.: Lights Out: Why are football players struggling once they leave the game?To view the press release for this article, click here
  • (2012)Read Michael’s interview in February’s Plano Living Magazine:  Click Here
  • (2012): Bullying – KVIL 103.7FM Dallas Radio Interview
  • (2010)Watch Michael’s interview with Dallas CBS 11 Evening News on the topic of bullying and the brain

Appearances & Presentations 

  • (2013): Failure to Launch: Guiding Clinicians to Successfully Motivate the Long  Dependent Adult – American Counseling Association National Conference
  • (2012) Helping Clients with ADHD & Asperger’s Overcome Interpersonal & Emotion Regulation Difficulties – Texas Counseling Association National Conference
  • (2012): Failure to Launch: Guiding Clinicians to Successfully Motivate the Long  Dependent Adult – 39th Annual Conference on Addiction Studies
  • (2011): Bullying Hurts: Exploring the Neurological Effects of Bullying – Region 10 School District Counselor Education Conference
  • (2011): Bullying Hurts: Exploring the Neurological Effects of Bullying – Region 7  School District Counselor Education Conference
  • (2011): Bullying Hurts: Exploring the Neurological Effects of Bullying – DISD Counselor Education Conference
  • (2011): Bullying Hurts: Exploring the Neurological Effects of Bullying – Northern Metro Counseling Association Conference
  • (2011): Bullying Hurts: Exploring the Neurological Effects of Bullying: Jason Foundation Conference on Bullying and Teen Suicide
  • (2011): Bullying Hurts: Exploring the Neurological Effects of Bullying: CONTACT Teen Crisis Conference on Teen Suicide
  • (2010): Bullying Hurts: Exploring the Neurological Effects of Bullying – North Texas Christian Counseling Association Meeting
  • (2010): Bullying Hurts: Exploring the Neurological Effects of Bullying – Developmental Resources: Girls Bullying And Other Forms Of Relational Violence Conference