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Jim FauthJim Fauth, PhD
Associate Professor
Director, Center for Research on Psychological Practice
Department of Clinical Psychology
Antioch University New England
603-283-2181
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Dr. Fauth is a core faculty member within the Clinical Psychology (PsyD) Department, and has been the Director of CROPP since 2002. Dr. Fauth received his PhD in counseling psychology from Pennsylvania State University in 2000 and his MA in clinical psychology from Western Carolina University in 1996. Dr. Fauth specializes in using Practice Based Participatory Research (PBPR) to create healthcare learning systems, thereby improving the provision of mental, behavioral, and wellness services in underserved community health settings. In addition to PBPR, Dr. Fauth’s areas of expertise include integrated care; psychotherapy research and training; and program development and evaluation. Dr. Fauth has continued to honor CROPP’s tradition in serving the community through collaborative, applied research, and through his commitment to training student researchers.
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George TremblayGeorge Tremblay, PhD
Professor and Director of Research
Department of Clinical Psychology
Antioch University New England
603-283-2190
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Dr. Tremblay received his doctorate in clinical psychology from the University at Albany (SUNY) in 1996, following completion of a pre-doctoral internship at the University of Mississippi and Veterans Affairs Medical Centers in Jackson, Mississippi. He is a member of the core faculty within the Clinical Psychology (PsyD) Department at Antioch University New England, where he holds the position of Director of Research. Dr. Tremblay has become a supportive and innovative member of CROPP, sharing his expertise in program evaluation, and particularly in the application of research skills in the service of shaping practice. Some of Dr. Tremblay’s primary contributions are within the domains of methodological expertise (research design, data management, statistical analysis and reporting), management of research teams, and strategic planning.
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