|Stanley Messer Ph.D.
Office: Psychology, A315
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 is Dean of the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP) at Rutgers University. Previous to becoming dean in 2001, he was Chairperson of the Department of Clinical Psychology at GSAPP. 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).