Mark Hilsenroth, Ph.D., ABAP graduated from the University of Tennessee's Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program in 1996 and completed his Clinical Internship at The Cambridge Hospital/Harvard Medical School. He is currently a Professor of Psychology at the Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies at Adelphi University.
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At Adelphi, Dr. Hilsenroth is the Primary Investigator of the Adelphi University Psychotherapy Project and devotes his energy to teaching, one-to-one mentoring in psychotherapy supervision and research, as well as his own clinical practice. His research interests are primarily focused on applied clinical issues, with over 150 peer-reviewed journal publications in the areas of psychological assessment & psychotherapy.
He is currently the Editor of the American Psychological Association Division 29 journal Psychotherapy, and has served on the editorial boards of Psychotherapy Research, Journal of Personality Assessment and the Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. Dr. Hilsenroth has won Early Career awards from several organizations including the American Psychological Association Division of Psychotherapy (29), Society for Psychotherapy Research, Society for Personality Assessment, and the American Psychoanalytic Association.
In 2007 he was also honored with the campus wide Adelphi University Excellence in Faculty Scholarship and Creative Work Award. Most recently, in 2014, Dr. Hilsenroth was recognized with the Distinguished Contributions to Teaching and Mentoring award from the American Psychological Association Division of Psychotherapy (29).