Division of Counseling and Psychology
Professional Title: Associate Professor of Counseling and Psychology; Supervisor of Academic Affairs
Areas of Academic Focus and Expertise: Clinical Training, Empathy, Gay and Lesbian Studies
Representative List of Recent Courses Taught: • Clinical Skills and the Counseling Process• Orientation to Professional Psychology• Professional Integrative Seminar
Education: B.A., Rutgers College; M.A., University of Connecticut; C.A.G.S., Harvard University; Ed.D., Harvard University; Ph.D., University of Connecticut; Licensed Psychologist/Health Service Provider
Representative List of Recent Publications / Exhibitions:
Reinkraut, R. (2012). Context, content and reflexivity. The Journal of Pedagogy, Pluralism and Practice, Vol 9, issue 4.
Training Issues in Counseling Psychology. Presenter. Community of Scholars Day. Lesley University, 31 March 2010.
Reinkraut, R., Motulsky, S., Ritchie, J. (2009). Developing a competent practitioner: use of self in counseling psychology training. Asian Journal of Counseling. Vol. 16 (1), 7-29.
Reinkraut, R. (2008). Moral awareness and therapist use of self. Journal of Pedagogy, Pluralism and Practice, 13.
Dr. Reinkraut is a licensed psychologist/health service provider who has done psychotherapy with a wide range of persons across the lifespan. Dr. Reinkraut has an abiding interest in the obligations and challenges of the role of counselor educators as gate-keepers to the profession of mental health counseling. “My belief is that theories inform but relationships heal. A challenge of each therapeutic relationship is developing a relational engagement that responds to the particular needs of the particular client."
Dr. Reinkraut’s recent scholarly interests focus on identity as a narrative construction that emerges from within a cultural context and the impact of moral positionality on a therapist’s use of self.
Master's Programs: Mental Health Counseling
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Counseling and Psychology for Educators, Clergy, Managers and Health and Human Service Professionals
Professional Development in Counseling Psychology
Trauma Studies in Counseling and Psychology
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