Dr. Graham Hartke, Psy.D. - Clinical Director of the Tourette Syndrome Clinic.
Dr. Hartke is a licensed psychologist with expertise in the evaluation and cognitive behavioral treatment (CBT) of children, adolescents and adults with Tourette Syndrome and common co-occurring conditions including anxiety, OCD, ADHD, depression, challenging behaviors, and high functioning autism spectrum disorders. He also has subspecialties in the areas of school psychology, crisis intervention, social-emotional learning, applied sport/performing arts psychology, and program planning and evaluation.
Dr. Hartke is a Rutgers alumnus (Rutgers College, GSAPP). At GSAPP he received his doctorate in School Psychology, completed clinical training at the Tourette Syndrome Program, and completed a concentration in sport psychology. Since 2009, he has worked in clinical private practice settings focusing on evidenced based interventions. He also has been a practicum and internship supervisor for GSAPP students since 2010. Dr. Hartke is also a NJ certified school psychologist, school supervisor and school principal, and served in those roles at Shepard Schools, state approved schools for students with disabilities in Morris County, NJ, from 2007-2018. In his current role as Clinical Director of the TS Clinic, he oversees the operations of the clinic while providing training and clinical supervision to doctoral student clinicians in the program. Dr. Hartke also sees patients within his private practice, West Essex Psychological Associates, in Roseland, New Jersey.
The Doctoral Student Clinicians are an enthusiastic team of students from the doctoral programs in clinical and school psychology at Rutgers University. The high quality of the Rutgers programs, along with the intensive level of training and supervision provided, allows the students to become experts in the evaluation and treatment of Tourette Syndrome and its co-occurring disorders. The students are the future practitioners for individuals with TS, a specialized area of psychological care with alarmingly few experienced practitioners accessible to the community. The students’ ability to provide relief and assistance to families in need has built the reputation of the Rutgers Tourette Syndrome Clinic, allowing it to become a premier location in New Jersey for the cognitive behavioral treatment of TS-related issues.
Our 2018-2019 TSC Doctoral Student Clinicians