Psy.D. Rutgers University
Jeffrey Segal, Psy.D., is a GSAPP alum (GSAPP '87) and is an
assistant teaching professor and practicum coordinator in the school psychology
program at GSAPP. In this role, he teaches Introduction to School Psychology,
Child Psychopathology, and Advanced Group Supervision and coordinates the
practica and externship training opportunities for the school Psy.D. students. In
addition, he supervises both school and clinical students at the GSAPP Center
for Psychological Services.Dr. Segal is
a certified school psychologist and licensed psychologist. For many years, he provided integrated behavioral health care and developed and directed
outpatient mental health programs at Morristown and Overlook Hospitals.
Since 2001, Dr. Segal has been a master trainer of the
American Psychological Association's ACT Raising Safe Kids Program, an
evidence-based parenting program, which teaches positive parenting skills to
parents and caregivers of children from birth to age 10.
His clinical interests include the intersection
between education and psychology, working with children and families with
chronic illnesses, school consultation, and emotionally focused couples and
family therapy. Dr. Segal consults with
early childhood centers and schools and has provided numerous professional
development workshops, trainings, and presentations on bullying, anxiety, and
depression in children and adolescents; parenting skills; young children and
violence; adolescent brain development; among other topics, to teachers,
parents, and psychologists.
Dr. Segal maintains a private practice in Morristown, New
Jersey, where he works with children, adolescents, and adults in individual,
couples, and family therapy.