Professional Experience

 

1983-Present. Private Practice, Princeton, NJ, and Highland Park, NJ.

2012-Present. Visiting Student Supervisor, The Graduate School of Applied Psychology at Rutgers University

2014-2015. Diversity Committee Chair, New Jersey Psychological Association

2008-2015. President of the Mercer County Psychological Association

2007-2011. President of the New Jersey Association of College Counselors.

2006-2009. Member, Editorial Board, Journal of College Counseling.

2007-2009. Senior Staff Psychologist Counseling and Psychological Services, Rutgers University.

1984-2007. Director, Cook College Counseling and Psychological Services, Rutgers University.

1981-1984. Staff Psychologist, Office of Psychological Services, Douglass College, Rutgers University.

1979-1980. Director of the Testing and Career Center in the Center for Personal and Academic Development at Trenton State College.

1978-1979. Counseling Psychologist in the Center for Personal and Academic Development at Trenton State College.

1979-1983. Adjunct Professor, Department of Psychology, Trenton State College. Taught Undergraduate and Graduate courses.


Additional Experience
 

1996-2008 Board member of the Mercer County Psychological Association.

1996-1998. Board member of the Middlesex County Psychological Association.

1993-2007. Editor-in-Chief of Issues in Counseling and Psychotherapy, a peer review publication for professionals in the field.

1993-2006. Chair of Annual Meetings of New Jersey High School Counselors.

1992-1997. Member of the Sexual Assault Advisory Board of Rutgers University.

1992. Co-Chair of Training Institute of New Jersey Psychology Group.

1989. Member of the Task Force at Rutgers University for The Prevention of Sexual Assault On Campus.

1989-Present. Chair of Annual Meetings of the New Jersey Counseling Centers.


Fellowships and Awards
 

1996. Rutgers Presidential Award for Excellence in Administration.

1996. Merit Award, Rutgers University.

1992. Merit Award, Rutgers University.

1970-1975. Full scholarship for Ph.D. studies at New York University, granted by the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, in recognition of excellence.

1965-1966. Research grant from National University of La Plata, Argentina; granted upon completion of M.A. in recognition of academic excellence at the University.

 
 
 

© 2007 Marta Aizenman
by SEISD | 2007