Alan Groveman, Ph.D.
Program Director Marriage and Family Therapy Master's Program
Dept of Professional Psychology and Family Therapy
Dr. Groveman, Ph.D., ABPP, is a licensed NJ Psychologist and is Board Certified in Couple and Family Psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology. He has a special interest in working with couples and families. Dr. Groveman is a certified Emotionally Focused Therapist (EFT) and supervisor. He is a past Chair of the NJ Board of Psychological Examiners and has served as the President of the New Jersey Psychological Association.
- M.Ed University of Missouri
- Ph.D University of Missouri
- M.S State University of N.Y at Albany
- Groveman, A.M., Richards, C.S., & Caple, R.B. (1975). Literature review, treatment manuals and bibliography for study skills counseling and behavioral self-control approaches to improving study behavior. JSAS Catalogue of Selected Documents.
- Groveman, A.M. (1976). The effects of two treatments for academic performance. Presentation national APGA Convention: Chicago.
- Groveman, A.M., Richards, C.S., & Caple, R.B. (1977). Behavioral self-control versus study skills counseling in the treatment of academic performance: A cost-benefit analysis. Psychological Reports, 41, 186.
- Young, T.W., Groveman, A.M., & Piasetsky, E.B. (1983). Medical neurological characteristics of persons with traumatic brain damage attending a cognitive remedial program: A preliminary report. In Working approaches to remediation of cognitive deficits in brain damaged persons. Rehabilitation Monograph, New York University Medical Center, New York.
- Groveman, A.M., Miller, M.H. (1985). Cognitive rehabilitation: An expanding role for psychologists. New Jersey Psychologist, 35, 19-20.
- Groveman, A.M., Brown, E.W., & Miller, M.H. (1985). Moving toward common ground: Utilizing Feurstein’s model in cognitive rehabilitation. Cognitive Rehabilitation, 3, 28-30.
- Groveman, A.M., Brown, E.W. (1985). Family therapy with closed head injured patients: utilizing Kubler-Ross’ Model. Family Systems Medicine, 3, 440-446.
- Groveman, A.M., Nathan, P.E., Fagley, N.S. & Brown, E.W. (1986) Impediments to psychiatric hospital discharge: What different professional groups think. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 42, 377-382.
- Groveman, A.M. (1986) Computer applications in cognitive rehabilitation. New Jersey Psychologist, 36, 7-9.
- Groveman, A.M., Reba, P., Pollack, I.W., & Lehrer, P.M. (1987). Post-concussion syndrome and stress reduction therapy: A case study. Neuropsychology 1, 19-22.
- Lehrer, P.M., Groveman, A.M., & Randolph, C., (1989). Physiological patterns during cognitive testing among adults with closed head injuries. Psychophysiology 18, 45-51.
- Groveman, A.M.(2003). Integrating online learning into the school curriculum for gifted students. National Association for Gifted Children. Indianapolis, IN.
- Groveman, A.M. (2003). Technology and the gifted student: Perfect together. New Jersey Association for Gifted Children. Princeton, NJ
- Groveman, A.M. (2004). Developing differentiated instruction using technology. National Association for Gifted Children. Salt Lake City, UT.
- Groveman, A.M., Slavin, M, Kulik, M. (2007). Blended learning: Benefits, challenges and methods. NJEDge Conference. Plainsboro, NJ
- Groveman, A.M., Slavin, M, Kulik, M. (2007). Blended learning: Benefits, challenges and methods. College Teaching and Learning Conference. Orlando, FL
- Groveman, A.M. (2008). Why faculty members should learn to dance. (March) Inside Higher Ed. http://insidehighered.com/
- Groveman, A.M. (2017, 2018) Domestic Violence workshop – NJ Collaborative for Emotionally Focused Therapy, an APA approved CE sponsor
- Groveman, A.M. (2017, 2018) Introduction to Emotionally Focused Therapy- NJ Collaborative for Emotionally Focused Therapy, an APA approved CE sponsor
- Groveman, A.M. & Brown, E.W. (2019) Affect Regulation and Couple Therapy: Taming the Amygdala Hijack. Workshop presented at the National Conference of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, Austin, Texas.
- Awarded the Heiser Award for public service advocacy in numerous areas of professional activity by the American Psychological Association, 1996.
- Certificate of Appreciation, New Jersey Psychological Association, Chair of the Council on Legislative Affairs, 1995.
- Certificate of Appreciation, New Jersey Psychological Association, President, 1997.
- Certificate of Appreciation, American Psychological Association, Panning Committee for Sate Leadership Conference, 1995-1998.
- Service Award, New Jersey State Board of Psychological Examiners, Secretary of the Board, 2014.
- Certificate of Appreciation, American Psychological Association, Planning Committee for Sate Leadership Conference, 1995-1998.