Stephen A. Ragusea, PsyD, ABPP is a family and forensic psychologist currently practicing in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, after working for 15 years in Key West, Florida. Previously he spent 25 years in group private practice in State College, Pennsylvania. Ragusea is Fellow and past president of the Pennsylvania Psychological Association and past Chair of PPA's Practice Research Network. He served on the Pennsylvania Board of Psychology. A member of the Florida Psychological Association, he served on the Board of Directors of FPA and as Chair of FPA's Ethics Committee. He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association’s Divisions 31 and 55. He has published over 50 articles and book chapters, taught at Penn State and Harvard Medical School. He has served on the editorial board of Professional Psychology, Research and Practice and as Chair of APA's Council of Representative's State and Provincial Caucus. Ragusea is winner of various awards including APA’s Special Presidential Award for Outstanding Contributes to Psychology, APA's Heiser Award for Advocacy, PPA's Distinguished Service Award, FPA's Award for Ethical Contributions to Psychology, FPA's Distinguished Psychologist Award, and an Advocacy Award conferred by APA's Division 55.
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