Medaille Professor and PsyD Student Collaborate With Local Psychologist for an Article in Forensic Science & Addiction Research Journal
Internationally recognized behavioral couples therapy (BCT) expert Keith Klostermann, Ph.D., LMFT, LMHC, an assistant professor in Medaille’s master’s in marriage and family therapy program, along with current PsyD (doctoral program in clinical psychology) student Emma Papagni, recently collaborated with local psychologist Theresa Mignone, Ph.D. for an article published in the Forensic Science & Addiction Research (FSAR) journal. The article, “Substance Abuse Treatment: The Case for Adaptive Interventions,” was published this month and is available to read online. FSAR is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that publishes articles that showcase advanced research in the field of forensic science, addiction research or other related areas.
Dr. Keith Klostermann recently published an article titled “Behavioral Couples Therapy for Substance Use Disorders” in the Social Behavior Research and Practice – Open Journal.
Dr. Colleen Wilkinson, an assistant professor in Medaille's Department of Education, has been appointed to the New York State Council for Exceptional Children Executive Board in the role of student advisor for NYS.
Dr. Jennifer Sharples Reichenberg recently presented her research on literacy coaching and teacher development at the annual Literacy Research Association conference in California.
In addition to serving as the home of Medaille's men’s and women’s soccer and lacrosse programs, the newly developed Medaille Sports Complex will be open for community use, as of April 1, 2019 and is now accepting rental inquiries.
Medaille Professor and PsyD Student Collaborate With Local Psychologist for an Article in Forensic Science & Addiction Research JournalAssistant Professor in Medaille’s marriage and family therapy program Keith Klostermann, Ph.D., LMFT, LMHC and current PsyD student Emma Papagni collaborated with local psychologist Theresa Mignone, Ph.D. to author “Substance Abuse Treatment: The Case for Adaptive Interventions.”
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