Bruce W. Hartman, Ph.D., ABPP
Dr. Bruce W. Hartman is a Professor in the Department of Professional Psychology and Family Therapy.
Dr. Hartman received his Ph.D. from Indiana University in 1980 with a double major in Counseling/Guidance and Educational Research Methodology. He joined our faculty in September 1980 and for the next eight years taught the univariate experimental design and applied multivariate statistics courses. After serving a residential, post-doctoral internship in the Counseling Center at Georgia State University he became licensed as a psychologist in 1987 and had a part-time private practice in Maplewood from 1987-1993. Dr. Hartman also did a one year extramural internship at the Center for Cognitive Therapy at the University of Pennsylvania. In 1997 Dr. Hartman became Board Certified in Counseling Psychology from the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP).
Dr. Hartman's research interest is in measuring and understanding the construct of career indecision. He has presented scholarly papers at numerous conventions, published dozens of articles on the topic, and specializes in counseling adults for whom career indecision is a chronic problem. His latest interest is in understanding all that he has done before on this topic from a multicultural perspective.