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Alumni News and Publications


GSAPP alumni are devoted professionals known for their vital contributions to the field of psychology and to society-at-large.  See below for a snapshot of recent alumni accomplishments.

Alumni Publications

This Workbook (Volume Two) offers the reader a 30-day structured journal to identify, express, and process psychological issues that may be causing back pain, neck pain, fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome, tension headaches, TMJ, and other physical disorders. (Dr. Justin Barker, Clinical PsyD, 2019)

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) has been proven to help adolescents and teens get through some of the toughest times in their lives by teaching them how to manage anxiety—from chronic stress and worry to panic attacks, phobias, and overwhelm. (Dr. Atara Hiller. Clinical PsyD, 2013)

When clinical psychologist Sarah Mandel was pregnant with her second child, she began preparing for her maternity leave, juggling the demands of her soon-to-be-new baby with the needs of her patients. (Dr. Sarah Mandel, Clinical PsyD, 2015)

Everyone has their own bravery to grow! Bravery Grows dmonstrates how to support your child to build their brave muscles, encouraging their brave voice to come out. (Dr. Melissa Giglio, Clinical PsyD, 2010)