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  Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology 2014–2016 Areas of Faculty Research and Clinical Work Contributing Faculty  

Contributing Faculty

Kim Buxenbaum-Turner: cognitive behavior therapy with adolescents, adults and families: specialties include anxiety, depression, racial and sexual identity development, support for individuals with high functioning autism and Aspergers; extensive background in psycho-educational testing

Tammy Dorff: psychotherapy with LGBT clients and their families; stress and resilience; psychotherapy with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families; play therapy; crisis intervention; affective disorders; anxiety disorders; EMDR; intersection of spirituality/religion and psychotherapy

Jennifer Foster: large-scale crisis management and response; assessment and delivery of school-based mental health services; suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention; ecological assessment and comprehensive interventions for high-risk children/adolescents; behavioral assessment and consultation; psycho-educational assessment; program planning and systems level/organizational change

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

Steven B. Gordon: cognitive behavior therapy with children, families, couples, and adults; behavioral parent and teacher training; attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

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

Thomas McBride: neuropsychology and cognitive rehabilitation with children, adolescents and adults

David Panzer: individual, Couples and Group Psychodynamic Psychotherapy with adults. Group dynamics of nonprofit organizations

Tanya Romasz-McDonald: child behavioral disorders/ cognitive behavioral assesment, 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

Lyra Stein: research focus on personality correlates of learning and performance

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

Linda Tamm
: cognitive behavioral therapy with children, teens, adults, couples and families. Assessment and treatment of trauma. Treatment and support of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender clients.
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