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  Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology 2017-2019 Areas of Faculty Research and Clinical Work Contributing Faculty  

Contributing Faculty

Agnes Golding: application of psychological principles and current research to educational program planning and development and to the implementation of school-based psychological services

Robert Isenhower: research focused on the development of an ecological and law-based understanding cognition and emotion

Nancy McWilliams: psychoanalytic psychotherapy and supervision; the relationship between psychodiagnosis and treatment; alternatives to DSM-IV diagnostic conventions; integration of feminist theory and psychoanalytic knowledge; the application of psychoanalytic understanding to the problems of diverse clinical populations; altruism; narcissism; structural diagnosis; multiple personality and dissociation

David Panzer: individual, couples, and group psychodynamic psychotherapy with adults; group dynamics of nonprofit organizations

Tanya Romasz-McDonald: child behavioral disorders/cognitive behavioral assessment; ADHD; child anxiety; child depression; psycho-educational testing; crisis intervention in the schools; school-based mental health service delivery; social and emotional learning; teacher and parent behavioral training

Fred Rotgers: cognitive behavioral therapy; motivational interviewing and harm reduction approaches to the treatment of substance use disorders and other addictive behaviors in adults and older adults

Jennifer Morrow Strobel: school-based intervention for social-emotional, behavioral, and academic difficulties; psychoeducational assessment; parent-training; teacher consultation; system-level intervention and change
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