7.19
Dr. Denise Hien Will Be Honored at the Center for Great Expectations Annual Gala
On October 18th, the Center for Great Expectations (CGE) will hold the Annual Gala "Empowering Futures, Transforming Communities 2019", which is CGE’s largest celebratory event of the year. This year, the CGE will honor several members from the Rutgers University community, whose commitment to... read more
6.19
Rutgers Breaks Ground on Center for Adult Autism Services' New Facility
Rutgers University broke ground yesterday on the new state-of-the-art facility that will house the Rutgers Center for Adult Autism Services (RCAAS), which provides employment, vocational training, and other services to individuals with autism. The center, located on the Douglass Campus... read more
6.19
Demolition begins to make way for the new headquarters building for the Rutgers Center for Adult Autism Services
On Thursday, June 6th, 2019, the Rutgers Center for Adult Autism Service began demolition for a new headquarters building. Demolition began on the remainder of the Corwin Residence Halls. History states that when the New Jersey College for Women was founded in 1918, the search for... read more
5.19
The Center of Alcohol and Substance Use Studies’ 2019 Annual Scholar Poster Session was successfully held on May 8, 2019
On Wednesday, May 8th, students and faculty came together for the Center of Alcohol and Substance Use Studies’ Annual Scholar Poster Session. With 25 posters across four categories (Animal and Basic Experimental, Human Experimental, Clinical Quantitative and Qualitative Study, and Epidemiology and... read more
7.19
Chain Analysis in Dialectical Behavior Therapy

About the book

Filled with detailed clinical examples, this book expertly breaks down the process of behavioral chain analysis/m-/the critical foundation for assessment and problem solving in dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). Experienced DBT clinician and trainer... read more

7.19
Diversity in Couple and Family Therapy: Ethnicities, Sexualities, and Socioeconomics

In Diversity in Couple and Family Therapy: Ethnicities, Sexualities, and Socioeconomics, a clinical psychologist and couples and family therapist with nearly two decades' experience leads a team of experts in addressing contemporary elements of diversity as they relate to the American family and... read more

7.19
Dr. Denise Hien Will Be Honored at the Center for Great Expectations Annual Gala

On October 18th, the Center for Great Expectations (CGE) will hold the Annual Gala "Empowering Futures, Transforming Communities 2019", which is CGE’s largest celebratory event of the year.

This year, the CGE will honor several members from the... read more

4.19
GSAPP ON The Rutgers Today: A Message for World Autism Month

GSAPP just started a new video project "Psychology in 60 Seconds" to share psychological facts and insights, and raise the awareness of a series of mental health topics. The first episode "What is Autism?" is... read more

2.19
DR. STANLEY MESSER GIVES AN INVITED PRESENTATION ON PSYCHOTHERAPY INTEGRATION AT THE MOUNT SINAI HOSPITAL IN NEW YORK CITY

On Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2019, Dr. Stanley Messer gave an invited address on psychotherapy integration to faculty members of the Division of Psychotherapy, Dept. of Psychiatry, Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai, NYC. Dr. Nancy McWilliams will address the same group on March 5, 2019 in the second... read more

2.19
Dr. Nicole Cain gives a presentation at the New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical College

Dr. Nicole Cain was invited by the New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Weill Cornell Medicine/Westchester Division, where she completed her postdoctoral fellowship, to present Psychology Grand Rounds on February 21, 2019. The title of her presentation was "Understanding Pathological Narcissism in... read more

2.19
Congrats to Dr. Brian Chu, students Denise Guarino and Christina Mele for publishing an article on Cognitive and Behavioral Practice journal

Congrats to GSAPP faculty Dr. Brian Chu, students Denise Guarino and Christina Mele for publishing an article "Developing an Online Early Detection System for School Attendance Problems: Results From a Research-Community Partnership" on Cognitive and Behavioral Practice journal! 

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1.19
Dean Conway Elected President-Elect of NCSPP

Rutgers University—New Brunswick Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP) Dean Francine Conway has been elected as president-elect of the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology (NCSPP). An organization composed of delegates from programs and... read more

11.18
EVENT RECAP: THE INSTALLATION OF THE KARMAZIN AND LILLARD ENDOWED CHAIR IN ADULT AUTISM EVENT

The Rutgers Board of Governors awarded the Karmazin and Lillard Chair in Adult Autism to Vanessa Bal, Associate Professor in the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP), whose unique research emphasizes a lifespan perspective in the understanding of Autism Spectrum... read more

11.18
Dr. Susan Forman and Dr. Jeffrey Shahidullah Publish New Book

Congratulations to Dr. Susan Forman and Dr. Jeffrey Shahidullah on their new book, Handbook of Pediatric Behavioral Healthcare: An Interdisciplinary Collaborative Approach! The book is published by Springer and will be released on December 10, 2018. Learn more and pre-order... read more

6.19
GSAPP STUDENT SADE PORTER RECEIVES THE FRANK J. EPIFANIO MINORITY GRADUATE STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP
Sade Porter, a first-year doctoral student in the school psychology program at GSAPP, was recently awarded the Frank J. Epifanio Minority Graduate Student Scholarship from the New Jersey Association of School Psychologists at the Spring NJASP conference.      ... read more
2.19
Congrats to Dr. Brian Chu, students Denise Guarino and Christina Mele for publishing an article on Cognitive and Behavioral Practice journal
Congrats to GSAPP faculty Dr. Brian Chu, students Denise Guarino and Christina Mele for publishing an article "Developing an Online Early Detection System for School Attendance Problems: Results From a Research-Community Partnership" on Cognitive and Behavioral Practice journal! ... read more
9.17
Nicole Eskenasi was awarded
Nicole Eskenasi (4th year Clinical) was awarded the New Jersey Psychological Association Foundation’s Scholarship for Research on Diversity Issues for her submission,  “Women Warriors: Exploring the Various Dimensions of Female Service-Members’ Role Identities." She will be receiving... read more
5.19
Alumna Strives to Make a Difference for Juveniles in the Justice System
GSAPP alumna Jennifer Jones-Damis wants to make a difference for juveniles in the justice system. Going beyond punishment, Jones-Damis teaches young inmates how to learn from their past and make better decisions. Read more about her story at Rutgers Today.  Jennifer Jones-Damis... read more
3.19
Congratulations to Brian Eichert and Ava Lorenzo for publishing an article on NASP Publication
Congratulations to GSAPP alumni Brian Eichert and Ava Lorenzo for publishing an article "Implementing SEL Initiatives as School Psychology Trainees: Pushback, Buy-In, and Progress" on Communiqué, the official newspaper of The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)! Learn more at... read more
2.19
Monica Indart: Serving Some of the Most Vulnerable
Monica Indart: Serving Some of the Most Vulnerable Monica Indart, PsyD (Clinical '94) Dr. Monica Indart (’94) has made it part of her life’s work to champion the causes of some of the world’s most vulnerable people: refugee immigrant asylum seekers. For almost 20 years, through her... read more
2.19
Roy Aranda Hosts New Spanish TV Show
Dr. Roy Aranda Hosts New Spanish TV Show Dr. Roy Aranda in the show with the Immigration Attorney David Sperling GSAPP alum Roy Aranda (’82) is the host of a new talk show on Spanish-language television network, TribunaTV. Aranda began the show “to empower Hispanic viewers by... read more
12.18
The Peterson Prize has been bestowed upon David B. Sacks, PsyD, ABPP
One of GSAPP’s most distinguished awards, the Peterson Prize, has been bestowed upon David B. Sacks, PsyD, ABPP. This award was named for Donald R. Peterson, the first dean of GSAPP, to recognize an alumnus for outstanding contributions to the profession. A travel scholarship awarded to a student... read more
4.18
Dr. Ed Adams and APA Division 51 Conference in the News
Dr. Edward Adams ('79), a GSAPP alumn and current American Psychological Association (APA) Division 51 president,  facilitated a workshop, "Facing the Issues: Masculinities in Research and Practice,” at the APA's Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity, Division 51... read more
4.18
GSAPP Alum Roy Aranda Inducted Into National Academies of Practice
GSAPP Alumn Dr. Roy Aranda ('82) was inducted into the National Academies of Practice as a Distinguished Practitioner and Fellow of the Pscyhology Academy at their induction ceremony and awards banquet on April 14, 2018, in Atlanta, Ga. Aranda was one of three psychology inductees,... read more
2.18
ALUM ROY ARANDA was Interviewed to discuss the Parkland School Shooting
GSAPP alum Dr. Roy Aranda (’82) was interviewed by Wliny Radio on Tuesday, Feb 27  to discuss the Parkland school shooting and the hot topic about arming teachers. Listen to the radio program at  https://www.spreaker.com/user/iradiousa/standing-on-principal-0202718. 
2.18
GSAPP HOSTS ALLIANCE TO END HATE NJ
GSAPP hosted the inaugural meeting of the Alliance to End Hate NJ on February 15, 2018, at the Center for Applied Psychology. The event drew representatives from a wide variety of organizations and institutions, including schools, law enforcement, the U.S. Congress, faith-based organizations, and... read more
2.18
ALUM LINDA TAMM TRAVELS TO CUBA WITH WOMEN’S ENTREPRENEURIAL GROUP
Linda Tamm (Clinical, ’98) recently travelled to Cuba with a women’s entrepreneurial group, Leading Women Entrepreneurs and Business Owners. The trip afforded Tamm (third from right) with the opportunity to network with other American business women, tour fledgling Cuban businesses, and... read more