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Yaliu He, Ph.D.

Yaliu He

Assistant Professor
Office:Egan Hall 201
Phone: (914) 633 – 2091
Degrees: Ph.D., University of Minnesota Twin Cities
M.Ed., Tsinghua University
B.S., Beijing Normal University

MN Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
AAMFT Clinical Fellow; AAMFT Approved Supervisor
Associate Editor, Family Process

Dr. Yaliu He teaches courses in marriage, family, and friendship therapy, lifespan personality development, and research methods in MFT. Her goal is to expose students to various MFT theories and techniques and facilitate theoretical integration and empirically informed practice using the Integrative Systemic Therapy (IST) approach. Her research focuses on psychotherapy process and outcome, personalized prevention/intervention, and marriage and family therapy training.
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Lisa Rene Reynolds, Ph.D.

Lisa Rene Reynolds

Assistant Professor
Office: Egan Hall 201
Phone: (914) 633-4471

Degrees: Ph.D., Nova Southeastern University
MA, Fairfield University
BA, University of Dayton

NY and CT Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

AAMFT Clinical Fellow; AAMFT Approved Supervisor

Dr. Lisa Rene Reynolds teaches courses in introduction to marriage and family therapy, human sexuality and sex therapy, ethics, parenting, lifespan development. Her professional interests and research are in the areas of Post-modern approaches to systemic therapies, qualitative research, including case studies and phenomenological inquiry, as well as marriage counseling, divorce and the impact on children and families, child development, and other issues as they pertain to the success of therapy and the health and well-being of therapists.
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Jerome M. Rubino, MA

Senior Clinical Lecturer
Office:Egan Hall 202
Phone: (914) 633 – 2073
Degrees: MA, St. John’s University
BA, Villanova University


NY Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
AAMFT Clinical Fellow; AAMFT Approved Supervisor

Mr. Rubino teaches courses in assessment and diagnosis in psychiatry, focusing on students developing a working knowledge of DSM5; relational psychopathology; self-of-the-therapist issues, including helping the beginning clinician to learn how one’s values and worldview intersect with clinical practice; and postmodern approaches to MFT practice, including a focus on Narrative Therapy, Collaborative Language Systems and the Reflecting Team.

Mr. Rubino maintains interest in Structural Family Therapy, the integration of Strategic Therapy and Narrative Therapy, systemically-oriented supervision, use of the Reflecting Team for supervision and treatment intervention.
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