Department of Professional Psychology and Family Therapy
The Department of Professional Psychology and Family Therapy’s faculty are involved in professional development activities and provide seminars and workshops for students in all programs. Specialties include school psychology, professional counseling, mind/body/spirituality, applied behavior analysis, and sports psychology. Our faculty are engaged in research in such wide-ranging areas as career decisions, cultural diversity, infant mental health, learning disabilities, sports psychology, neuropsychology, psychopathology, trauma issues, etc. and are dedicated to promoting scientific research in a professional and ethical manner. Students have rich opportunities to work directly with faculty, helping to catalyze research that is focused on solving some of society’s most important and persistent challenges.
The Department offers a variety of programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Learn more about the programs offered »
Thomas Massarelli, Ph.D., Department Chair