SHERMAN, Robert. American, b. 1928. Genres: Psychology. Career: Schoolteacher in New Jersey, 1950-57; school counselor in New Brunswick, NJ, 1957-60; Yeshiva University, NYC, assistant professor of counseling, 1960-62; Queens College of the City University of New York, Flushing, assistant professor to professor, 1962-92, coordinator of graduate programs in community mental health counseling, 1971-78, and graduate program in couple marriage and family counseling, beginning in 1977, professor emeritus, 1992-. Adjunct or visiting professor at colleges and universities. Psychotherapist in private practice, NYC, 1961-; consultant to federal, state, and local agencies and schools. Member of editorial boards and journal columnist. Publications: (co-author) Appraising the Guidance-Personnel Function in Secondary Schools and Colleges, 1959; (with N. Fredman) Handbook of Structured Techniques in Marriage and Family Therapy, 1986; (with D. Dinkmeyer) Systems of Family Therapy: An Adlerian Integration, 1987; (with N. Fredman) Handbook of Measurements for Marriage and Family Therapy, 1987; (with P. Oresky and Y.B. Rountree) Solving Problems in Couples and Family Therapy, 1991; (with A. Shumsky and Y.B. Rountree) Enlarging the Therapeutic Circle, 1994. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor to periodicals and books. Address: 12 Berkshire Dr, Monroe Township, NJ 08831, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]
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