Connie Hoyos Nervi, Psy.D., is a graduate of the Institute of Graduate Clinical Psychology at Widener University (Clinical ’98) and has a dual appointment as Assistant Teaching Professor in the Clinical PsyD and Master in Applied Psychology Programs. She serves as the Practicum Coordinator for students from both programs providing oversight for practica and other training opportunities. She serves as an advisor to graduate students concerning issues related to professional development, practica placement and applications. She teaches a CBT Supervision group in the Clinical program and a Professional Practicum course for second year Master of Applied Psychology students.
Dr. Hoyos Nervi represents GSAPP as Chair-Elect for the Pennsylvania and Delaware Directors of Training Consortium (PENDELDOT). She served as an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School where she supervised psychology students and psychiatry residents and taught medical students. Dr. Hoyos Nervi helped coordinate several NIH funded national conferences in Latino mental health and was an integral part of the research team for various NIH-funded grants. Dr. Hoyos Nervi has published peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters in the areas of somatization and Latino mental health. She has a volunteer faculty appointment at Robert Wood Johnson Medical school in the Department of Psychiatry and maintains a private practice. Her clinical work has been primarily with individuals who suffer from mood and/or anxiety disorders and behavioral medicine with sensitivity to acculturation issues.