Rostyslaw Robak, PhD, Associate Professor of Psychology, is the Director of the Graduate Program in Counseling. He has over 25 years of counseling experience. He has worked in Daytop Village (drug rehabilitation program) in NY and several other clinical settings. He is the author of A primer for today’s substance abuse counselor (1991) and Loss + Bereavement Counseling (1999). He has also published several articles in the areas of drug counseling, loss and bereavement, and grief counseling. His counseling is an integration of existential and cognitive approaches under the umbrella of self-perception theory.
Frances Delahanty, PhD has taught at Pace for over 30 years. Her interests include: Altered states of consciousness; Alternatives to violence; Personal and spiritual growth and development; Interpersonal skills; and Group Dynamics and Psychotherapy.
Alma McManus, PhD has a lifespan developmental approach. She has 30 years of counseling experience. She is a part-time counselor at the RDC Center for Counseling and Human Development in White Plains where she does psychological testing and assessment for children and adults. Her research has been in the areas of college student development and multicultural counseling.
Tom Nardi, PhD is the director of the New York Center for Eclectic Cognitive Behavior Therapy.