Training for students

Interested in participating in the FACES Laboratory?

We welcome both undergraduate students and post-bachelor graduates. Individuals may receive course credit or work in the lab as a volunteer. Research assistants will be involved in multiple aspects of research, including data entry, literature searches for manuscript/grant development, and serving as paraprofessionals for ongoing treatment-outcome research studies.

Students intending to pursue graduate studies in Clinical/Counseling Psychology, School Psychology, Public Health, and Medicine (Psychiatry/Pediatrics) will benefit from the skills and experience of working in this laboratory environment.

If you are interested in becoming a member of our lab, please complete this lab application form and email the completed form to the email addresses noted.

If you are interested in pursuing doctoral studies and joining the FACES lab, contact Dr. Chacko and visit the website of the NYU Counseling Psychology PhD program.

For those interested in pursuing a masters degree in please visit Counseling or Human Development and Social Intervention on the Department of Applied Psychology website, where you will obtain more information on the Masters Program.