Don’t miss our Student Involvement Fair on Tuesday, September 26th at the Psychology Building (Busch Campus) from 12:00 to 1:30 pm! Interact with other students, learn about our clubs, organizations, and more. It's Free! Food! Fun! For more information contact:
Dr. Sue Schonberg, a supervisor in the Center for Psychological Services (CPS) at GSAPP, has an established CBT specialty practice in Summit, NJ, Cognitive Therapy and Consultation, LLC. She is looking to expand by hiring a post-doc or recent graduate looking for a hybrid or strictly remote... read more
Dear GSAPP Community,   Welcome to Wellness Self-Care, a new column in the Gazette and series of initiatives dedicated to sharing tips and tools on wellness. This academic year, beginning with the icebreaker, Wellness Bingo, at our Welcome Back Picnic, we will highlight the importance of focusing... read more
Congratulations to Zina Ogunnaya, #GSAPP Clinical PsyD Student and Global Student Prize Finalist! This award recognizes extraordinary achievements of young changemakers around the globe. Zina said, “The 2023 Chegg.Org Global Student Prize Finalist Award is an incredible honor! As a... read more
Center’s Partnership with Newark Public Schools is a Win-Win by Kim Spinelli   The Newark Public School District, the state’s largest, serves over 6,000 students with special needs, and support services are in high demand. The Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center (DDDC), a community-based... read more
Rutgers is home to many neurodiverse students, staff, and faculty; however, their perspectives and needs aren't always addressed. The RU Neurodiversity Taskforce is determined to change that.   Recently, over 100 #RU faculty, staff, administrators, students, and friends attended the 2nd Annual... read more
Dear GSAPP Faculty, Staff, Students, Alumni, and Friends, This week, GSAPP is participating in Rutgers Giving Days (RGD), the university’s online fundraiser, when our beloved, global community unites to show the world what excellence looks like! You can make an indelible impact. Gifts of any size (... read more
MIDDLESEX COUNTY, NJ – Middlesex County partnered with Rutgers University’s Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP) to host an event on Thursday, February 9, for school mental health professionals on the crisis of student mental health in the post-pandemic environment. The... read more
Suicide is the second leading cause of death among college students, and Rutgers researchers are at the forefront of addressing this public health crisis. Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP) Professor, and Director of the Dialectical Behavior Therapy Clinic at Rutgers... read more
Media Contact:  Kim Spinelli  848-445-3966   Rutgers University’s Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP) is leading innovative partnered research and practice focused on the provision of trauma-focused care for children, adolescents, and... read more