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Esteemed psychologist and author, Dr. Debbie Joffe Ellis

Exploring Compassionate Therapy

Esteemed psychologist and author Dr. Debbie Joffe Ellis leads virtual workshops on Rational Emotive Therapy.

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An Education Graduate Student Working with a Student on a Laptop

School Technology Specialists Needed

Earning an M.A. in Instructional Design and Technology prepares students for a rewarding career in a highly marketable field.

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Seton Hall Student and Great Mind Julia Lanuez

Eight Internships Helped Julia Lanuez Become a Well-rounded Clinician

Eight internships in a variety of settings prepared Julia Lanuez to become a well-rounded clinician.

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A Professional Working with Young Students in a School Setting

MA in Applied Behavior Analysis

New graduate program strives to meet the need for ABA professionals. Spring 2020 cohort enrolling now.

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The College of Education and Human Services develops the knowledge, skills, competencies and moral and ethical values necessary for outstanding performance in teaching, educational leadership, professional psychology and family therapy. We are dedicated to ensuring our professional preparation programs are based on essential knowledge, evolving technology, research findings and reflective practices.

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Virtual Info Session for Aspiring Education Leaders

Are you ready to lead?

There has never been a more important time to pursue a leadership role in education. The challenges stemming from the pandemic have created a great need for strong, creative, well prepared leaders who have what it takes to respond to the needs of staff, students, and families.



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Maryum Raheem

Counseling Psychology Grad Student Awarded National Minority Fellowship

Maryum Raheem was named a STAY Fellow by the American Psychological Association to continue her work with young adults from minority communities.

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