Robert A. Regal, Ph.D.  
Education / Training / Experience   

Ph.D.Psychology    Hofstra University    Hempstead, NY

M.A. Psychology    Graduate Faculty of the   New York, NY
               New School for Social Research

B.A.  Psychology    State University of New York at      Stony Brook, NY
               Stony Brook

Internship:                      Creedmoor Psychiatric Center                Queens Village, NY

Post-Graduate Training:

Cognitive Behavior Therapy--Center for Behavioral Psychotherapy--Certificate Program
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy--Steven Hayes, Ph.D. --Training Seminar Program
Behavior Therapy with Children and Families-Temple University-Training Seminar Pgm.
Relapse Prevention--G.A. Marlott, Ph.D. & R. Gordon, Ph.D.--Training Seminar Program 
Biofeedback--American Biotech, Inc.--Certificate Program 
Agoraphobia treatment ---
Panic Treatment                           ---
Pathological Grief Treatment       ---
Chronic Pain Treatment---  Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy
Hypnotherapy                               ---
Marital Therapy                            ---
Contextual Therapy       ---
Mindfullness Therapy for Depression

Private Practice                           1990 – Present

Young Adult Institute                                                                 1990 – 1995
Chief Psychologist / Consulting Psychologist   Supervised a staff of applied behavior            specialists in the development and implementation of behavior plans for this population of  developmentally disabled adults.

Creedmoor Psychiatric Center / Harlem Valley Psychiatric Center   1980 – 1990
Treatment Team Leader, Program Director, Clinic Coordinator   As a psychologist at these   two State psychiatric facilities, my responsibilities ranged from directing the therapeutic
programming on the secure unit of Creedmoor, to working with patients and their families   on outpatient clinics in Queens, NY.

Long Island University                  1986 – 1988
Assistant Professor (adj)  Taught the semester long course in CBT to graduate students  
enrolled in the school’s doctoral program in clinical psychology.  Also supervised students 
in their year-long clinical externship




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