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  • The Behavioral Monitoring and Reinforcement Program (BMRP)

    How did a program that was developed for the Monmouth County Narcotics Council find its way to Ireland?

    Dr. Brenna Bry was approached by a delegation looking for an evidence based program to solve the problem of “early school leaving.”

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  • Living in Two worlds: The Trials and Tribulations of Being Bicultural

    Distinguished GSAPP graduate, Dr. Milton Fuentes visited his alma mater.

    “I really feel that GSAPP did an amazing job preparing me to be a clinical psychologist.  Because of the program’s reputation, a lot of doors have been opened for me.”

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  • GSAPP 11th Annual
    Cultural Conference

    Over two hundred professionals and students came together at this year's Conference.

    Thanks to all our attendees and speakers!

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    40th Anniversary Gala

    On November 1, 2014, 450 alumni, faculty, students, and friends celebrated 40 years of the GSAPP and 85 years of its Psychological Services Clinic.

    Gallery of Honoree Pictures

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Wilson Dr. Terry Wilson received "The Distinguished Scientific Applications of Psychology" award in November from the American Psychological Association.
Weitz Robert Weitz has passed away at the age of 102. Bob was one of the major founders of the Organizing Council for a College of Professional Psychology in NJ, which was a key player in the establishment of GSAPP. Tribute to Robert Weitz..
Irons-Johnson Tribute to Alumni Jamila Irons-Johnson. This past weekend marked the 2-year anniversary of the sudden passing of our colleague, classmate, and friend, Dr. Jamila Irons-Johnson.
kagedan Bin Kagedan (3rd year, Clinical), has been chosen as an APA Division 39 (Psychoanalysis) Graduate Student Scholar for 2015 (read more).
  A number of GSAPP alumni have endorsed a statement against the involvement of psychologists in torture. Click here to view the statement along with the signatories.

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