The professors in William Paterson University’s PsyD program have a diverse range of research interests and areas of specialization. They bring an extensive record of publications and national and international conference presentations. Michele Cascardi, PhD AB, Duke University, Durham, NC MA,. Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY PhD, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY Licensed Psychologist (NJ, PA) Dr. Cascardi’s research aims to improve measurement of adolescent relationship abuse from early adolescence into young adulthood. Her work also focuses on trauma, attachment and social information processing theories that contribute to risk for aggressive behavior in romantic relationships. Ultimately, this work aims to inform intervention to prevent intimate partner violence. She provides consultation for forensic assessment in family and civil law. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Office: Science Hall, Room 2051 Phone: (973) 720-3323 Megan Chesin, PhD BA, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia PhD, City University of New York, New York, New York Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Columbia University, New York, New York Licensed Psychologist (NY) Dr. Chesin specializes in the study of impulsive-aggressive behavior and third-wave behavioral treatments, such as Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. Her research interests also include minority college student mental health, executive attention, and stress response, particularly as these factors or changes to them, relate to impulsive-aggressive behavior or explain treatment gains among impulsive-aggressive individuals. E-mail: email@example.com Office: Science Hall, Room 2050 Phone: (973) 720-3393 Bruce J. Diamond, MEd, PhD BA, The Ohio State University MEd, Smith College PhD, University of Manchester, UK NIH Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation Licensed Psychologist (NJ) Specialization in Neuropsychology Dr. Diamond specializes in clinical neuropsychology, neurorehabilitation, and cognitive neuroscience. His research uses standardized and computer-based measures including brain imaging/autonomic techniques in order to examine memory, executive function, attention, information processing, and mood in clinical and healthy populations. Dr. Diamond is a practicing Neuropsychologist. For additional information on research opportunities, click here E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Office: Science Hall, Room 2462B Phone: (973) 720-3400 Jan Mohlman, MS, PhD BA, University of California, Los Angeles, CA PhD, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR Licensed Psychologist (NY) Dr. Mohlman’s research and clinical work focus on the etiology, course and treatment of anxiety disorders across adulthood (particularly in older adults) and in investigating brain-behavior relationships in psychopathology. Dr. Mohlman’s work has been recognized at the national and international levels. E-mail: email@example.com Office: Science Hall, Room 2042 Phone: (973) 720-3397 Robin Nemeroff, PhD BA, Amherst College, Amherst, MA PhD, Columbia University, NY, NY Licensed Psychologist (NY) Dr. Nemeroff specializes in community interventions, mind-body approaches to well-being, and lifespan issues. She is trained in psychodynamic psychotherapy, CBT, and therapies that incorporate mindfulness techniques, such as DBT and MBSR. Her research focuses on stress-reduction and the treatment of generalized anxiety disorder through the integration of traditional psychotherapies and complementary approaches such as mindfulness and yoga. Dr. Nemeroff is a practicing clinician. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Office: Science Hall, Room 2530 Phone: (973) 720-2249 An important part of the success of any academic program is built on the contributions made by an entire department. Our doctoral program is fortunate to be housed in a department that reflects the depth and breadth of interests and backgrounds of a diverse and talented faculty.