Psy.D. in clinical psychology re-accredited
Oct28

Psy.D. in clinical psychology re-accredited

Immaculata University’s doctoral program in clinical psychology has been re-accredited by the American Psychological Association. The program received a full seven-year accreditation, attesting that it meets the highest standards of performance as determined by the APA. “The program’s faculty and students are delighted with the American Psychological Association’s re-accreditation of the Psy.D. program in clinical psychology, and we...

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Dr. Catrina Vitagliano Joins Psychology Faculty
Sep03

Dr. Catrina Vitagliano Joins Psychology Faculty

Immaculata University announces that Catrina Vitagliano, PsyD, of Philadelphia, PA (19127) has joined the faculty of the Graduate Psychology Department as assistant professor. “I am thrilled to be joining the faculty and community of Immaculata University, and it is an honor to be serving as an assistant professor in such a wonderful program,” stated Dr. Vitagliano on her new position at Immaculata. Beginning her professional clinical...

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Students Receive Awards from Pan American Association of Philadelphia
May28

Students Receive Awards from Pan American Association of Philadelphia

Immaculata University is pleased to announce that the Pan American Association of Philadelphia has bestowed awards on two Immaculata students. The Pan American Association is a non-profit organization that represents Latino business in the Philadelphia area. Marisol Alvarez ’16 of West Chester, PA, received the Irene Rivera Diaz Award. She will receive $2,500 toward her college tuition. Marisol is a Spanish/Psychology major. Dennis...

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New Year’s Resolutions
Jan06

New Year’s Resolutions

The Psychology Behind New Year’s Resolutions By Dr. Maria Cuddy-Casey, Associate Professor, Immaculata University More and more it seems that people publicly decline making a New Year’s resolution. Many reasons attribute to this, from “I never keep them” to “I can’t change”. This defeatist mindset creates what is known as a “self-fulfilling prophecy” – in other words, if one...

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Bascom Raulerson, Ph.D., Joins Psychology Department
Oct14

Bascom Raulerson, Ph.D., Joins Psychology Department

Immaculata University welcomes Bascom Raulerson, Ph.D., of Malvern, PA as he joins the undergraduate faculty as assistant professor of Psychology. Dr. Raulerson comes to Immaculata from the University of Southern Indiana where he was assistant professor of Psychology for six years.  Prior to that teaching assignment, he served as an adjunct faculty member at Maryville University and as a graduate student instructor at Saint Louis...

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