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Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology

Publication on Risk Factors for Suicidal Ideation in Children with ASD

Dr. Vanessa Bal, GSAPP Associate Professor and Karmazin and Lillard Endowed Chair in Adult Autism, and colleagues recently published a paper examining parent-reported suicidal ideation in more than 21,000 Korean school-aged children drawn from three epidemiologically-ascertained samples. ...

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Dr. Joanna Lee Williams and Colleagues Publish Report on Mental Health Strategies for Youth

Congratulations to GSAPP Associate Professor, Dr. Joanna Lee Williams, on the publication of "School-Based Strategies for Addressing the Mental Health and Well-Being of Youth in the Wake of COVID-19" in the National Academies Press. ...

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GSAPP NOW RECOGNIZED BY NY STATE EDUC. DEPT. AS APPROVED PROVIDER OF CONTINUING ED FOR LICENSED PSYCHOLOGISTS

Congratulations to Dr. Jessica Benas, Director of Psychology Continuing Education, on a remarkable achievement - Rutgers Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP) is now recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Psychology as an approved...

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Publication on Risk Factors for Suicidal Ideation in Children with ASD

Dr. Vanessa Bal, GSAPP Associate Professor and Karmazin and Lillard Endowed Chair in Adult Autism, and colleagues recently published a paper examining parent-reported suicidal ideation in more than 21,000 Korean school-aged children drawn from three epidemiologically-ascertained samples. ...

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Dr. Joanna Lee Williams and Colleagues Publish Report on Mental Health Strategies for Youth

Congratulations to GSAPP Associate Professor, Dr. Joanna Lee Williams, on the publication of "School-Based Strategies for Addressing the Mental Health and Well-Being of Youth in the Wake of COVID-19" in the National Academies Press. ...

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Dr. Kristen Riley's Research on Smoking Stigma Featured in Forbes Magazine

Dr. Riley is coauthor of an article entitled, "Smoking Has Increased During the Pandemic" about the importance of decreasing smoking stigma that was recently featured in Forbes magazine.  The feature states that,  "...work needs to be done to combat stigma towards people with addictions...

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SCHOOL PROGRAM STUDENTS SELECTED FOR IMPACTFUL INTERNSHIPS
The Psy.D. movement grew, in part, out of a need to make psychology more available to populations that historically have not had access to quality psychological services. This is refelected in GSAPP's mission and our School Psychology Program. School Psychologists have significant access to... read more
WinR Addiction Advocacy and Research Program Launched
The Rutgers Center of Alcohol & Substance Use Studies (CAS) is pleased to announce the all-new Wellness in Recovery (WinR) Addiction Advocacy and Research program, a student and faculty, community-based, participatory research internship/fellowship to support individuals and families who have... read more
5 GSAPP Students Receive NJPA Grant
Sincere congratulations to Cindy Chang, Hanna R. Scwartzbaum, Ruby Rhoden, Christine Laurine, and Sheila Rouzitalab on receiving The New Jersey Psychological Association's (NJPA) 2020 Social Advocacy Open Topic Dissertation Grant! Cindy's study, Buffers Against the Effect of Discrimination on... read more
New Journal Publication from RCAAS, DDDC, GSAPP Alumni

The Journal of Behavior Education recently published a pivotal research study from Director of the RCAAS-SCALE Program (and three-time RU alum), Dr. James Maraventano; Director of Behavioral Services at the RCAAS and DDDC, Dr. Robert LaRue; DDDC Adult Program Behavior Analyst, Jenna...

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Dr. Nydia Y. Monagas appointed to join the NJ Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect
Dr. Judith M. Glassgold Published in American Psychologist Journal

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Interview with Dorothy Cantor
Ethos Video: Brian Chu on Technology
Interview with Jennifer Jones
GSAPP Student Fellow Appreciation November 2016