Dr. Amy Ginsberg, who holds a doctoral degree in counseling psychology from Columbia University, is a New York State-licensed psychologist. Dr. Ginsberg’s clinical work has focused on developmental issues of young adulthood, identity development throughout the lifespan and adjustment to disability. Her research has centered on faculty development in blended and online learning, school violence prevention and intervention, perceptions of stuttering and those who stutter, and the relationship between psychology and stuttering. Before becoming associate dean in 2010, Dr. Ginsberg was department chair (2005-2010), and coordinator of the counseling (1998-2005) and school psychology (2002-2005) programs. She has taught a wide range of courses in the counseling curriculum, most often instructing counseling process and skills, and the mental health counseling practicum and internship courses. Dr. Ginsberg teaches in a blended format, combining web-based, experiential and face-to-face modalities to achieve learning objectives. She has been heavily involved in curriculum development for the counseling programs, particularly with regard to preparing students for state credentialing in multiple disciplines and in working toward professional accreditation of the counseling programs.
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