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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
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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 posted on Rutgers Today as the top story on April 5, 2019. In this video, GSAPP... read more
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GSAPP participates in a $1.5 million grant awarded to Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care (UBHC)
The Nicholson Foundation has awarded Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care (UBHC) a $1,500,000 grant to help fundamentally transform medical and behavioral health education and training across the University. UBHC will bring together stakeholders from the physical health, mental health, and... read more
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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
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Dr. Shalonda Kelly recently received the status of being a Fellow with the American Psychological Association (APA)

GSAPP Associate Professor Dr. Shalonda Kelly recently received the status of being a Fellow with the American Psychological Association (APA). She was nominated by Division 43 (Society for Couple and Family Psychology). Fellow status is an honor bestowed upon APA members who have shown evidence... read more

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Dr. Louis Sass' Book Wins a First Prize in BMA Medical Book Awards

Dr. Louis Sass' book Madness and Modernism, Revised Edition (Oxford University Press), received the first prize in the psychiatry category in the British Medical Association Medical Book Awards 2018. Congratulations! Click Madness and Modernism to... read more

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Congratulations to Dr. Linda Reddy for being elected as an APA Council Representative for 2019-2022

Congratulations to Dr. Linda Reddy for being elected as an APA Council Representative for 2019-2022!

Dr. Reddy is a Professor in the School Psychology Doctoral Program. She has published over 100 articles and book chapters and six books on classroom assessment, coaching, ADHD, and... read more

7.18
NAYLAND SMITH HAS BEEN APPOINTED AS GSAPP CHIEF DIGITAL STRATEGIST AND DIRECTOR OF INNOVATION AND CORPORATE RELATIONS

We are pleased to announce and welcome Nayland Smith as GSAPP’s Chief Digital Strategist and Director of Innovation & Corporate Relations. 

Nayland comes to GSAPP with extensive experience and a strong track record in business development, digital marketing and strategy, and corporate... read more

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Dr. Angelica Diaz-Martinez has been appointed as the Director of Clinical Training in the Department of Clinical Psychology for the Fall of 2018

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Angelica Diaz-Martinez has been appointed as the Director of Clinical Training in the Department of Clinical Psychology for the Fall of 2018. Angelica brings a wealth of experience and skills to the position. She will be an incredible asset to the program... read more

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Congratulations to Dr. Ryan Kettler on winning the 1st place for the AWG Design Challenge!

A group of GSAPP-affiliated researchers – Ryan J. Kettler (School Associate Professor), Kelly A. Feeney-Kettler (former instructor), and Leah Dembitzer (School ’16) won first place in a competition to design a direct assessment of social-emotional skills. Drs. Kettler, Feeney-Kettler, and... read more

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Congratulations to Dr. Brian Chu on receiving faculty honors at the Rutgers University graduation

Brian Chu

Congratulations to Dr. Brian Chu, associate professor of clinical psychology, who received faculty honors at the Rutgers University graduation on May 13. Chu has been recognized as a fellow by... read more

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A Symposium "25 Years of Madness and Modernism" Will Be Held To Celebrate The Influence of Dr. Louis Sass' Book

Madness and Modernism: Insanity in the Light of Modern Art, Literatureand Thought  is the magnum opus of the distinguished clinical psychologist and phenomenologist of psychopathology Louis A. Sass. Twenty-five years after its initial publication by Basic Books and then... read more

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Dr. Adam Lekwa and Dr. Linda Reddy Receive AERA 2018 Outstanding Article of the Year Award

Dr. Lekwa and Dr. Reddy with their award certificateDr. Adam Lekwa (right) and Dr. Linda Reddy (center) received the 2018 American Educational Research Association (AERA)... read more

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Autism Academic & Applied Services Welcomes SungWoo Kahng, Ph.D., BCBA

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SungWoo Kahng, Ph.D., BCBA

The Autism Academic & Applied Services Division of GSAPP welcomes SungWoo Kahng, Ph.D., BCBA, to the faculty of the Department of Applied... read more

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Alum Chris Kotsen Coauthors Article Published in CHEST Journal
Alum Chris Kotsen (Clinical PsyD ‘94) has coauthored an article, “Use of Expired Air Carbon Monoxide Testing in Clinical Tobacco Treatment Settings,” published in CHEST Journal, the official publication of the American College of Chest Physicians. Carbon monoxide (CO) testing is considered an easy... read more
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Alum Roy Aranda Publishes Article on Microaggressions and Hispanics
Alum Roy Aranda (’82) has published an article, “Microaggressions and Hispanics: Far Reaching Consequences of Marginalizing Statements and Attitudes,” in the fall 2017 issue of NYS Psychologist. For the more than 55 million Hispanics living in the United States today, microaggressions can have... read more
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Alum Jeff Brand recently published an article
Alum Jeff Brand [Clinical PsyD ’15) recently published an article in the journal GROUP entitled, "Politics, Projection, and Fake News" (Vol. 41, No. 3, pg 213-227).  In it, he offers a perspective on how psychodynamic theory and group principles can be used to explain our current hyper-... read more