Doctoral Student Profiles

Christopher Stults

Christopher Stults, MS, LMHC,  is a Doctoral Candidate in the Counseling Psychology program, under the mentorship of Dr. Perry Halkitis.  Broadly speaking, Chris’s research and clinical interests focus on the mental and physical health of LGBT people.  More specifically, Chris has co-authored several publications examining intimate partner violence (IPV) among young gay and bisexual men.  Chris also recently completed a study exploring consensual non-monogamous (CNM) relationships (e.g., open, polyamorous, and “monogamish” relationships) among gay and bisexual men.  Additionally, Chris recently launched a study assessing collective trauma and resilience among LGBTQ-identified people in the aftermath of the Pulse shooting.  Chris has presented his work at multiple national conferences, and has served in various leadership positions at NYU and the American Psychological Association (APA).   His clinical training experiences include: Harlem Hospital Center, Barnard College Counseling Center, Baruch College Counseling Center, The Maesk Group, and Florida International University Counseling Center.  Additionally, Chris is currently an adjunct instructor at NYU.  Prior to relocating from South Florida to attend NYU, he worked as a licensed mental health counselor in private practice, in research settings for the University of Delaware and University of Miami, and as an adjunct college instructor. View Chris's CV.