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  Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology 2009-2011 Areas of Faculty Research and Clinical Work Contributing Faculty  

Contributing Faculty

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

Karen Heffernan: working with trauma; expert testimony in trauma; forensic assessment

Lynette McKeon: adult and pediatric neuropsychological assessment;cognitive rehabilitation and adjustment disorders following brain injury; sports concussion management

Anita McLean: psychodynamic thought and therapy; training and supervision; cross -cultural and multicultural therapy and competency training; personality disorders; childhood trauma; couples therapy; short-term psychodynamic psychotherapy; psychoeducational community outreach for underserved groups

Barbara Menzel: child trauma; parent/infant psychopathology; child psychotherapy; play therapy

Joan Glass Morgan: contemporary and relational psychoanalytic theory and technique; integration of mind/body techniques, meditation, and Eastern thought

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

Jonathan Peretz: contemporary psychodynamic theory and research; time-limited psychodynamic therapy; child and adolescent therapy; gender role socialization and mental health; sexual identity issues; training and supervision

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

Lucinda Seares-Monica: school psychology supervision and training; systems-level interventions in the schools; prevention programs; crisis intervention and disaster response; psychoeducational assessment; learning disabilities and developmental disabilities; group therapy; psychodrama; life transitions and changes including divorce, death, and caretaking of family members with serious illnesses

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