Alumni and Current Degree Candidates

Our alumni and current candidates are psychotherapists, psychologists, medical doctors, counselors, social workers, psychoanalysts, educators, and administrators. They possess countless certifications and licenses and have appeared on dozens of national television and radio broadcasts. They have published books and articles in a variety of professional publications and journals including The Journal of Traumatology, The Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy and The School Psychologist. They have made hundreds of presentations, including those at Harvard, New York University, Rutgers and other prestigious universities. In addition, they have been presenters at many national and international conferences.

The following are some of the many universities and institutions where our alumni and current candidates have taught or are teaching.

Adelphi University State University of New York
Alabama State University Temple University
Arizona State University University of Connecticut
Auburn University University of Maryland
Duquesne University University of North Carolina
Long Island University University of South Florida
Pace University Yale University


The following is a partial listing of universities that our alumni and current candidates have attended and from where they have earned degrees.


Antioch University Syracuse University
Arizona State University University of Arkansas
Boston University University of Georgia
Carnegie Mellon University University of Maryland
City University of New York University of Michigan
Columbia University University of Nebraska
Fordham University University of Pennsylvania
Harvard School of Public Health University of Southern California
Hofstra University University of Strasbourg, France
Kansas State University University of Toronto
Michigan State University University of the West Indies
New York University Vassar College
Pepperdine University Villanova University
Rutgers University Wayne State University
State University of New York Zion Theological Seminary