|Stanley Messer Ph.D.
Professor II, Clinical Core Faculty
Office: Psychology, A357
Research Interests and Clinical Work:
Brief psychodynamic therapy; integration and eclecticism in psychotherapy; conceptual issues in psychotherapy and evidence-based practice; case formulation; single case studies; visions of reality in different forms of therapy
Instructor for the Following Courses:
Short Term Psychodynamic Therapy
Stanley B. Messer was Dean of the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP) at Rutgers University from 2001-20016. Previous to becoming dean, he was Chairperson of the Department of Clinical Psychology at GSAPP from 1992-2001. He is interested in the application of psychodynamic theory and research to the brief and integrative therapies and has contributed to the debate on evidence-based practice. His most recent co-edited volumes are Essential Psychotherapies: Theory and Practice, 3rd ed. (2011), and Case Studies within Psychotherapy Trials: Expanding the Gold Standard (in press). He also co-authored Models of Brief Psychodynamic Therapy: A Comparative Approach (1995).