Congratulations to GSAPP doctoral student Jesse Finkelstein on the second release of The Game of Real Life, a one-of-a-kind card game rooted in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), which uses mindfulness to teach emotional problem-solving and interpersonal skills. This fun and easy game, which... read more
The Psy.D. movement grew, in part, out of a need to make psychology more available to populations that historically have not had access to quality psychological services. This is refelected in GSAPP's mission and our School Psychology Program. School Psychologists have significant access to... read more
The Rutgers Center of Alcohol & Substance Use Studies (CAS) is pleased to announce the all-new Wellness in Recovery (WinR) Addiction Advocacy and Research program, a student and faculty, community-based, participatory research internship/fellowship to support individuals and families who have... read more
Sincere congratulations to Cindy Chang, Hanna R. Scwartzbaum, Ruby Rhoden, Christine Laurine, and Sheila Rouzitalab on receiving The New Jersey Psychological Association's (NJPA) 2020 Social Advocacy Open Topic Dissertation Grant! Cindy's study, Buffers Against the Effect of Discrimination on... read more
Congratulations to the twenty-five (25) 4th and 5th year clinical students who participated in the National Match for Psychology Internship Programs - .100% of the clinical students who applied matched to APA-Accredited internships! GSAPP clinical students did an amazing job of navigating this most... read more
Congratulations to Crystal Molyneaux, a doctoral student in GSAPP's school psychology program, for winning the Frank J. Epifanio Minority Graduate Student Scholarship from the New Jersey Association of School Psychologists (NJASP)! The scholarship is awarded to a minority graduate student who has... read more
Congratulations to our 4th and 5th-year clinical students who participated in the National Match for Psychology Internship Programs!  GSAPP clinical students are required to attend APA-Accredited internship programs. We are very excited and proud to report that 100% of the clinical students who... read more
Despite guidelines, many pediatricians do not systematically use developmental screening tools. Conducting screenings in childcare settings may improve rates of early identification for young children at developmental risk. Jeffrey Shahidullah (former faculty member), GSAPP faculty, Dr. Susan Forman... read more
On October 20, Hui Jiang, a first-year School Psy.D. student, delivered the keynote presentation at Dami and Xiaomi Child Development Center, which is a center-based school for children with Autism in China. This was the 5th-anniversary symposium on early childhood special education that covered a... read more
GSAPP student Eleanore Hall and GSAPP assistant professor Jeffrey Shahidullah published a paper in the Journal of Perinatology discussing the need to strategically target low Socioeconomic Status Mothers (SES) Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) families to address mental health concerns. Given... read more