1 Undergraduate and Graduate Education In Trauma Psychology Undergraduate and Graduate Education. The following list includes undergraduate and graduate psychology programs with either program emphasis and/or faculty expertise in trauma psychology. The table indicates whether programs offer PhD or PsyD training or undergraduates and/or masters only. When available on the web, we have included examples of relevant faculty s interests and contact information. Information on APA accreditation and accredited programs is available at Updates. This list was compiled based on a series of web searches. We look forward to incorporating this list to include additional sites and faculty. To help us expand this list and keep it current, please send updates, additions or corrections to the Chair of the Education and Training Committee. Predoctoral Internship and Postdoctoral Training. For information on APA accredited predoctoral internship and postdoctoral training sites, please consult the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internships Centers at APPIC allows users to search sites using key words (e.g., child abuse, veteran) that will assist in identifying internships and postdoctoral placements with traumarelated training opportunities. Program Name and Contact Information Adler School of Professional Psychology With campuses in Chicago and Vancouver. ut/welcome Alliant University With campuses in San Diego, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Fresno. m/connect/website/home/abou t+alliant/ Faculty interests/program emphasis (if known) Dr. Janna Henning (Coordinator, Traumatic Stress Psychology Concentration). page/faculty/janna a henning jdpsyd ct bcets Dr. Constance Dalenberg (Psychological trauma; countertransference; child physical and sexual abuse; ethics in professional practice). Dr. Robert A. Geffner (Family Violence, child maltreatment, aggression and violence, child custody). PhD or PsyD Undergraduate and/or Masters only
2 Argosy University College of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences. With campuses at Chicago, Hawaii, Phoenix, San Francisco, Tampa, and Washington DC /psychology behavioralsciences/ Dr. Lianne Koki (issues of abuse and neglect in families). Dr. Cornelia Mare Pinnell (PTSD, domestic violence, trauma and dissociation), Dr. Stephanie Vitanza,(trauma and abuse, EMDR), Dr Carole McKindley Alvarez (impact of domestic violence on children), Auburn University 322 Haley Center Auburn University, AL Phone: hology/index.htm Dr. Frank Weathers (assessment, diagnosis, and treatment PTSD). Boise State University Education Building, 6 th Floor 1910 University Drive Boise, Idaho Phone: (208) ology/ Dr. Rose Barlow (dissociation, cognition, trauma). Boston University Dr. Michael Otto, (trauma in non
3 64 Cummington Street Boston, MA Phone: English speaking populations including Cambodian refugees). Note: Additional relevant faculty can be found through the Women s Health Sciences Division and the Behavioral Science Division at Boston University School of Medicine, which are important research and clinical training sites for BU s Clinical Psychology Training Program. Bucknell University 209 O'Leary Center Lewisburg PA Phone: ology.xml Dr. Bill Flack (causes, characteristics, and consequences of campus sexual assault; social conflict in Northern Ireland; critical psychologies). https://www.bucknell.edu/acade mics/majors andminors/psychology/faculty andstaff/bill flack.html Capital University 1 College and Main Columbus, OH Phone: (614) Dr. Kathryn Bell (intimate partner violence, sexual assault). Case Western Reserve University Psychology Department Mather Memorial Building, #109, Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio Phone: Fax: / Dr. Norah Feeny (PTSD and anxiety, treatment outcome). Eastern Michigan University Dr. Dean Lauterbach (trauma, PTSD, research methods).
4 Mark Jefferson Hall 341 Science Complex Ypsilanti, MI Phone: Fax: gy Eastern Washington University 151 G Martin Hall Cheney, WA Phone: ograms/psychology.xml Dr. Russel Kolts (Compassion Focused Therapy; effects of trauma across the developmental spectrum). grams/psychology/psychfaculty/russell kolts.xml Emory University Dept. of Psychology Suite 270 PAIS Building 36 Eagle Row Atlanta, GA (404) du/ Dr. Robyn Fivush (narrative, trauma and coping). u/cognition/fivush/ Fuller Theological Seminary 135 North Oakland Ave. Pasadena, CA Phone: Dr. Cynthia Eriksson (international trauma training, trauma and spirituality). /Faculty/Faculty_Profiles/Eriksson,_Cynthia/ George Washington University Department of Counseling/Human and Organizational Studies 2134 G. St. NW Washington, DC Phone: Dr. Sylvia A. Marotta Walters (stress and trauma; lifespan developmental trauma). via marotta walters
5 wu.edu/psychology/ John Jay College of Criminal Justice Doctoral Program in Forensic Psychology Room 2445, North Hall 445 West 59th Street New York, NY (212) (212) tments/psychology/about_us.ph p Dr. Michele Galietta (treatment of severe violence and self abuse; stalking; juror perceptions of insanity defendants; child sexual abuse and complex PTSD). Dr. Elizabeth L. Jeglic (treatment of sex offenders). jjay.cuny.edu les/psychology.aspx?key=%5bem Cynthia Calkins Mercado (sex offenders, risk assessment). Dr. Chitra Raghavan (risk factors for domestic violence; interactions among social conditions and psychological risk factors for domestic violence; cross cultural comparisons; traumatic consequences). John F. Kennedy University Graduate School of Professional Psychology 100 Ellinwood Way Pleasant Hill, CA id=2&spid1=36 Dr. David Matz
6 Kent State University 144 Kent Hall Kent, Ohio Phone: (330) / Dr. Douglas Delahanty (posttraumatic stress disorder, and psychoneuroimmunology). ddelahan/ Marquette University Schroeder Health Complex, 454 Marquette University P.O. Box 1881 Milwaukee, WI Phone: Fax: / Dr. John Grych (effects of domestic violence on child development). edu/psyc/facstaff_grych.shtml Miami University 90 North Patterson Ave Oxford, OH Phone: Fax: com/page/clinical area/ Dr. Terri Messman Moore (sexual victimization of women and revictimization among adult survivors of child sexual abuse). com/portfolio/messman moore/ Margaret O Dougherty Wright (trauma and resilience; trauma across the lifespan; wounded healer). com/portfolio/odoughertywright/
7 Michigan State University 262 Psychology Rd East Lansing, MI (517) Dr. Anne Bogat (family violence, including intimate partner violence and child abuse and neglect). y/facultymember.aspx?netid=bo gat Dr. Rebecca Campbell (violence against women, particularly sexual assault). ore_faculty/rebecca_campbell/ Dr. Alytia Levendosky (domestic violence, child abuse, and trauma). y/facultymember.aspx?netid=lev endo1 Dr. Cris M. Sullivan (interpersonal violence/violence against women). ore_faculty/cris_sullivan/ Middle Tennessee State University MTSU, P.O. Box E. Main St. Murfreesboro, TN Phone: Fax: y/ Dr. Mary Ellen Fromuth (child psychopathology, child sexual abuse, interpersonal violence). Midwestern University Downers Grove, IL Campus Dr. Philinda Smith Hutchings (sexual trauma),
8 555 31st Street, Downers Grove, IL Phone: urse catalog home/downersgrove il campus/college ofhealth sciences/clinicalpsychology program.html Mills College Phone: Fax: /undergraduate/psyc/ Dr. Carol George (Developmental psychology, social and emotional development, trauma and loss, attachment theory). The New School for Social Research 80th Fifth Avenue, 7 th floor New York, NY Phone: Fax: /psychology/ Dr. Wendy D Andrea (expertise in psychophysiology, dissociation, and complex trauma), https://sites.google.com/site/nssr traumalab/home Dr. Jeremy Ginges (psychosocial consequences of exposure to political violence). New York University Department of Applied Psychology, Kimball Hall, 7th floor, 246 Greene Street, New York, NY Transdisciplinary Studies Phone: (212) ch/ Dr. Judith L. Alpert (trauma and memory). _bios/view/judith_l._alpert Transdisciplinary Studies Program (masters and certificate) in Trauma. Contact Dr. Shireen Pattell at
9 Northern Illinois University Psychology Department Dekalb, IL Phone: ate/clinical/index.shtml Dr. Michelle Lilly (interpersonal victimization, 911 telecommunicators, PTSD, complex post trauma reactions). Dr. Holly Orcutt (risk and protective factors following trauma, emotion regulation). Dr. Lisa Paul (sexual assault, interpersonal violence, trauma disclosure). Dr. Alan Rosenbaum (etiology of relationship aggression, batterer treatment). /rosenbaum.shtml Dr. David Valentiner (trauma, stress reactions, emotional processing, and PTSD). /valentiner.shtml Dr. Julie Crouch, Director, Center for the Study of Family Violence and Sexual Assault (causes and consequences of child physical abuse and intimate partner violence, social cognitive models) Nova Southeastern University Dr. Steven Gold (adult survivors
10 Center for Psychological Studies 3301 College Avenue Ft. Lauderdale Davie Florida Phone: of childhood abuse, dissociative disorders, PTSD). e/gold.html Dr. Ana Fins (PTSD). e/fins.html Oregon State University 108 Moreland Hall Oregon State University Corvallis, OR hology/ Dr. Jan Faust (child abuse, medical trauma, and PTSD in children and adolescents). Dr. Lenore Walker (domestic violence, forensic psychology). e/walker.html Dr. Vincent Van Hasselt (domestic violence and other forms of interpersonal violence). Dr. Jeffrey Kibler (biobehavioral aspects of posttraumatic stress, psychosocial stress, and pain; psychosocial risks for illness). Dr. Scott Poland (school violence). Dr. Kathryn Becker Blease (child abuse, dissociation, trauma and development).
11 Pacific Graduate School of Psychology/ Palo Alto University 940 E. Meadow Drive Palo Alto, CA Phone: Fax: https://www.paloaltou.edu/cont ent/offices departments Penn State Erie, The Behrend College 4951 College Drive Erie, PA l of humanities social sciences/academic programs 1/psychology Traumatic Stress Early Intervention Clinic. Dr. Beutler (terrorism and disaster psychology and related psychotherapy). larry beutler Master s in psychology with a trauma focus (clinical/counseling and general experimental). Dr. Melanie D. Hetzel Riggin (trauma, PTSD, peritraumatic dissociation, physiological reactivity, sexual assault). Rutgers University Busch Campus 152 Frelinghuysen Road Piscataway, NJ Dr. Shireen Rizvi (trauma and the role of shame in psychopathology). Phone: , Web Site: dbt.rutgers.edu Rush University Medical Center, Department of Behavioral Sciences, 1645 W. Jackson Blvd, Suite 400 Chicago, IL, 60612, Phone: , umc/page html Dr. Steven Hobfoll (traumatic stress, stress and health).
12 Saint Louis University Shannon Hall 221 North Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO Phone: /PSY/ Saint Mary s College of California Graduate Counseling Program Kalmanovitz School of Education P.O. Box 4350 Moraga, CA counseling Dr. Terri Weaver (psychological and physical sequelae of traumatic events, especially family violence and sexual assault; psychological impact of violence related injury; treatment outcome research). Dr. Sandra Mattar (Cultural factors in graduate psychology/counseling education and training, cultural psychology, trauma psychology, research on cultural aspects of the traumatic response, disaster mental health, immigrant/refugee mental health). St. John s University 8000 Utopia Parkway Jamaica, NY ics/graduate/liberalarts/departm ents/psychology/programs/phd_ cp Dr. Elissa Brown (developing, testing, and disseminating therapies for children who have experienced traumatic events, such as 9/11 and child abuse). ppartnership Skidmore College Saratoga Springs, NY Dr. Beth Gershuny (anxiety and trauma related psychopathology). Smith College Clark Science Center Northampton, MA Phone: Dr. Nnamdi Pole (cultural and biological correlates of trauma; police populations; secondary interests in psychotherapy process research).
13 Fax: epartments/psych/ Southern Methodist University P.O. Box Dallas, TX Phone: (214) cademics/departments/psychol ogy Dr. Alan Brown (violence and cognition, including memory). cademics/departments/psycholo gy/people/facultydirectory/b rowna Suffolk University 41 Temple Street Boston, MA Phone: (617) Fax number: (617) html Dr. Susan Orsillo (Acceptance and mindfulness; acceptance based behavior therapy, trauma and PTSD, anxiety disorders, emotional responding) php University of Arizona 1503 E. University Blvd, PO Box , Psychology Bldg. Rm. 312, Tucson, AZ 85721, Phone: (520) Dr. Jake Jacobs (Anxiety Research Lab with some areas of emphasis related to traumatic stress). University of California at Irvine & Social Behavior 4201 Social & Behavioral Sciences Gateway University of California, Irvine Irvine, CA Phone: Fax: Dr. Roxane Cohen Silver (stress and coping and the impact of traumatic life events). e.cfm?faculty_id=4621 Dr. Ray Novaco (connection between anger, trauma and violence, including the study of
14 war veterans and victims of domestic violence. ty/rwnovaco University of California at Santa Cruz Psychology Dept. 273 Social Sciences 2 Santa Cruz, CA Phone: (831) Dr. Eileen Zurbriggen (Connections between power and sex, sexual aggression and abuse, trauma. Sexual decision making, sexuality and media, the sexualization and objectification of girls and women). y/singleton.php?&singleton=true &cruz_id=zurbrigg University of Colorado at Boulder University of Colorado Muenzinger D UCB Boulder, CO Phone: Fax: Dr. Louise Silvern (childhood victimization, trauma, family violence). al/silvern/
15 University of Colorado At Colorado Springs Psychology Department 1420 Austin Bluffs Parkway P.O. Box 7150 Colorado Springs, CO Phone: (719) Fax: (710) Dr. Chip Benight (human adaptation from trauma). le/faculty/chip benight.html Trauma Psychology Curricular Emphasis, Ph.D. Clinical Program Dr. Roman Cieslak (Secondary Traumatic Stress and Burnout). team/roman cieslak.html Dr. Brandon Gavett (Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy). le/faculty/brandon gavett.html Dr. Tom Pyszczynski (Terror Management Theory and Traumatic Stress). le/faculty/tom pyszczynski.html University of Denver Counseling Psychology Program College of Education Denver, CO Phone: Dr. Maria T. Riva (sexual abuse). University of Denver Graduate School of Professional Psychology (GSPP) Dr. Lynett Henderson Metzger (domestic violence).
16 2460 S. Vine St. Denver, CO Phone: Fax: Dr. Judy Fox (child abuse and attachment). Dr. Lavita Nadkarni (child abuse and neglect, PTSD). University of Denver Frontier Hall 2155 S. Race Street Denver, CO Phone: (303) Website : Dr. Anne P. DePrince (cognitive and emotional correlates of violence against women and children, revictimization). Dr. Omar Gudino (risk and resilience in minority youths exposed to violence). ogy/facultystaffstudents/facultylisting/gudino.html Dr. Daniel McIntosh (responses to traumatic events, uncontrollability, or high levels of stress, and the role of religion). Daniel. University of Georgia Psychology Department Athens, GA Phone: (706) / Dr. Joan L. Jackson (abuse, trauma, and neglect). people/bios/faculty/joan_l_jacks on.php University of Illinois at Chicago 1007 West Harrison Street (M/C 285), Chicago, IL , Phone: , Fax: Dr. Sarah Ullman, Affiliate (criminal victimization, rape prevention; stress and coping theory; post traumatic stress disorder; and social reactions to
17 , https://www.psch.uic.edu/index. asp victims). aculty/ullman.html University of Iowa, E11 Seashore Hall, Iowa City, IA 52242, Phone: (319) , du/ Dr. John Knutson (child abuse and maltreatment). u/people/john knutson University of Kentucky Center for Traumatic Stress Research 103 Dickey Hall Lexington, KY Phone: Contact: Dr Pam Remer (Director, PhD in Counseling Psychology): ntover.html Program: The Center for Traumatic Stress Research at the University of Kentucky is a multiservice trauma center dedicated to providing specialized counseling services to trauma survivors. University of Massachusetts at Boston 100 Morrissey Blvd., Boston, MA Phone: Fax: Dr. Jean Rhodes (psychological responses to natural disasters). lab.org/ Dr. Liz Roemer (psychological trauma, intervention, mindfulness, anxiety). cla/faculty/lizabeth_roemer The University of Memphis 202 Psychology Building The University of Memphis Memphis, TN Phone: (901) Dr. Meghan McDevitt Murphy (PTSD). ology/people/faculty/mmurphy.p
18 Fax: (901) ology hp University of Miami P.O. Box , Coral Gables, FL Phone: Fax: University of Michigan 1012 East Hall, 530 Church Street, Ann Arbor, MI Phone: (734) Fax: (734) /flash.asp Dr. Annette La Greca (children's reactions to trauma, including natural disasters (hurricanes), community violence, and peer victimization). y/alagreca/ Dr. Rosie Ceballo (poverty including community violence exposure). Dr. Sandra Graham Bermann (impact of family violence on children, using ecological theory, trauma theory and relationships theory). m Dr. L. Rowell Huesmann (aggressive behavior and development of aggressive behavior in children; media violence in the development of aggressive, violent and criminal behavior). University of Minnesota N218 Elliott Hall 75 East River Road Minneapolis, MN Phone: Fax: Dr. Patricia Frazier ((effects of trauma, perceived control over stress, interventions for trauma survivors, especially online interventions).
19 le/facultyprofile.php?uid=pfraz University of Missouri at St. Louis Center for Trauma Recovery Kathy J. Weinman Building One University Boulevard St. Louis, MO Phone: Fax: artscience/psychology/ Dr. Steven Bruce (treatment of PTSD and other anxiety disorders). rtscience/psychology/psychology/ faculty/bruce.html University of Nebraska Lincoln 238 Burnett Hall Lincoln, NE Phone: / /index2.asp Dr. David DiLillo (family violence, revictimization, long term adjustmentof adults exposed to violence inchildhood, PTSD). Dr. David Hansen (sexual abuse, physical abuse, neglect, and witnessing domestic violence). altreatmentlab/david j hansenphd Dr. Dennis McChargue (PTSD, adult CSA survivors). mcchargue Dr. Mario Scalora (sexual offending).
20 scalora University of Nevada at Reno /296 Reno, NV Phone: Fax : l/index.html University of New Hampshire Conant Hall, 10 Library Way Durham, NH Phone: Fax: /index.html Dr. Melanie Duckworth (traumatic stress, coping styles and physiological reactivity to stress). Dr. Victoria M. Follette (trauma research, resilience, treatment for Survivors of Interpersonal Trauma). Dr. Victoria Banyard (risk and protective factors among trauma survivors). ctoria banyard Katie Edwards (intimate partner violence victimization and perpetration among adolescents and young adults). University of New Hampshire Crimes Against Children Research Center 126 Horton Social Science Center Durham, NH Dr. David Finkelhor (child victimization, child maltreatment and family violence). chers/finkelhor david.html Dr. Lisa Jones (child abuse and neglect and understanding and improving the community response to victims). chers/jones lisa.html Dr. Glenda Kaufman Kantor (family violence).
21 chers/kaufman kantorglenda.html Dr. Kathy Kendall Tackett (longterm health effects of childhood abuse, the impact of maternal depression, and the psychological aspects of breastfeeding). chers/kendall tackett kathy.html Dr. Kimberly Mitchell (Internet victimization, juvenile prostitution, and child abduction). chers/mitchell kimberly.html Dr. Heather Turner (impact of social structure, stress and resources on mental health, impact of adversity). chers/turner heather.html Dr. Janis Wolak (child victimization, Internet related sex crimes, and youth Internet use). chers/wolak janis.html University of North Dakota Corwin Larimore Hall 319 Harvard St, P.O. Box 8380 Grand Forks,, ND Phone: (701) Dr. Doug McDonald (Native American assessment and treatment issues).
22 sciences.und.edu/psychology/ University of North Texas 1155 Union Circle # Denton, TX Phone: University of Notre Dame University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, IN University of Oregon 1227 University of Oregon Eugene OR, Phone: Dr. Sharon R. Jenkins (Assessment of personality, stress, coping, and relationship capabilities). ss/ Dr. David Watson (dissociated states of consciousness, PTSD symptoms). /DavidWatson.shtml Dr. Jennifer Freyd (psychology of trauma with a focus on betrayal trauma, disclosure, memory, revictimization, gender, and physical and mental health). ople/freyd jennifer j University of Oregon Department of Counseling Psychology and Human Services College of Education 5251 University of Oregon Eugene, OR Phone: ature.htm?id=494 University of Regina Administration Humanities Building, AH Wascana Parkway Regina, SK S4S 0A2 Canada Phone: Dr. Jeff Todahl (clinical assessment and intervention in domestic violence, domestic violence prevention, and coordinated community delivery systems). https://education.uoregon.edu/u sers/todahl Dr. Bridget Klest (social context factors, health, traumatic stress).
23 hology/ University of South Alabama Clinical and Counseling Doctoral Program UCOM Building, Suite 1000 Mobile, AL ma.edu/ccp/ The University of South Dakota Clinical Psychology Training Program South Dakota Union E. Clark Street Vermillion, SD Phone: Fax: / Dr. Joseph M. Currier (Interests: Psychological Trauma, PTSD, Complicated Grief, Meaning and Meaning Making, Religious and Spiritual Struggles/Coping, Military Veterans, Community Violence). Dr. Jennifer Langhinrichsen Rohling (Psychological Trauma, Relationship Violence, Marital and Family Resiliency, Risk Behaviors in Adolescents, Suicidality, Community Psychology). Program: Disaster Mental Health Institute. Doctoral Specialty Track in Clinical/Disaster Psychology; Graduate Certificate in Disaster Mental Health (online). distanceeducation/graduate certificate indisaster mental health.cfm Undergraduate Psychology Major Specialization in Disaster Response. rogram.php?catoid=13&poid=194 2 Undergraduate Minor in Disaster Response for Non Psychology Majors. rogram.php?catoid=7&poid=948.
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