Counseling Psychology

Core Faculty

Alisha Ali
alisha.ali@nyu.edu

Associate Professor of Applied Psychology
CREATE

women and depression; emotional abuse; poverty and mental health; immigrant women; cross-cultural research; feminist epistemology and social action; 

Anil Chacko
anil.chacko@nyu.edu

Associate Professor of Applied Psychology

FACES Lab

development of prevention, intervention, and service delivery models for youth at risk for or affected with disruptive behavior disorders
 

Kesia Constantine
kesia.constantine@nyu.edu

Associate Director of Clinical Training

coordinate practicum, externship, and internship applications and placement sites for doctoral students; coordinates Counseling Lab courses.
Arnold H. Grossman
arnold.grossman@nyu.edu
Professor of Applied Psychology
psychosocial and health aspects of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender adolescents and older adults; HIV/AIDS prevention education and health behaviors of people living with HIV/AIDS; people who experience stigmatization and marginalization 

Perry N. Halkitis

perry.halkitis@nyu.edu
Professor; Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, Global Institute of Public Health;
Director of CHIBPS

health and human development; HIV/AIDS primary and secondary prevention; drug and alcohol abuse and prevention and treatment; Sexual identity/gay, lesbian, bisexual, questioning identity, men and masculinity; advanced research methodology, statistics, and classical and IRT measurement models

Shabnam Javdani
shabnam.javdani@nyu.edu

Assistant Professor of Applied Psychology

CORE Lab

development of, and social response to violence and antisocial behavior, focusing on psychopathology, criminal justice systems response, and the role of gender and adolescence; the roles of genetics, environment, and trauma violent behavior in eliciting violence among women and girls; social justice focus of advocacy for young women involved in the juvenile justice system
Samuel Juni
sam.juni@nyu.edu
Professor of Applied Psychology
psychopathology and differential diagnostics; operationalizing psychoanalytic constructs and personality; assessment theory and test construction; quantitative research of defense mechanisms and object relations; cross-cultural group dynamics (At NYU-Tel Aviv 2015-16)

Sandee McClowry

sandee.mcclowry@nyu.edu

Professor of Applied Psychology/Teaching and Learning;
Director of INSIGHTS

examining the efficacy of a temperament-based intervention in fostering the self-regulation of urban primary grade children and in enhancing the efficacy of their parents and teachers; also is on faculty of Department of Teaching & Learning

Mary McRae
mm13@nyu.edu
Associate Professor of Applied Psychology

Group Dynamics

understanding how groups and/or systems (boundaries, authority, role and task) influence individual experiences in the context of culture, race, ethnicity, class, gender, etc.; multicultural counselor training; therapeutic aspects of Black religious experience
Sumie Okazaki
sumie.okazaki@nyu.edu
Professor of Applied Psychology; Counseling Psychology Program Director

immigration, community contexts, individual differences, and racial minority status and the mental health of Asian American individuals and families

 




Lisa Suzuki
las1@nyu.edu
Associate Professor of Applied Psychology; School Counseling Program Director

Dr. Suzuki's Lab

multicultural assessment and counselor training; qualitative research methods; intelligence testing with diverse populations
Mary Sue Richardson
msr1@nyu.edu
Professor of Applied Psychology
development through work and relationships in peoples’ lives, gender issues, supervision and training, psychoanalytic theory and psychotherapy, feminist and qualitative research methods