May, 2021

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 children and families and reflect the aspirations of professional psychology. Therefore, it is with great pride and congratulations that we share the placements of our School Psychology Program interns for 2021-2022 year!

These deserving individuals have been selected to work in a variety of settings that are committed to training psychologists who will work with marginalized populations: 

  • Amanda Austin: Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center, New Brunswick, NJ
  • Tori Cedar: Jewish Child Care Association (JCCA), Bronx, NY
  • Melissa Fluehr: Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, PA
  • Julie Foeldes: The Haven, Piscataway, NJ
  • Brianne Logan: South Brunswick Public Schools, South Brunswick, NJ
  • Natalie Manno: Shepard School, Kinnelon, NJ
  • Isabella Massaro: Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center, New Brunswick, NJ
  • Amy Oliveira: Nurturing Environments Institute, Newark, NJ
  • Sade Porter: Mount Sinai St. Luke's and West Hospital Center, New York, NY
  • Atara Rosenblatt: Trinitas Regional Medical Center, Elizabeth, NJ
  • Russi Soffer: Westchester Jewish Community Services, Hartsdale, NY
  • Madeline White: UC Davis Children's Hospital, Trauma-Adolescent Mental Illness, Sacramento, CA
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