Naomi Wagner, Ph.D.

Naomi Wagner
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Associated Faculty

Faculty Program(s): 

 M.S. Psychology Ph.D Prep

 M.A. Counseling 

Teaching and/or Research Emphasis and Interest Areas: 

Positive psychology: how to translate its ideas into clinical interventions, Child Assessment in the context of Developmental Psychopathology, resilience in children: risk and protective factors, History and Systems of Psychology within the context of the Zeitgeist, and the legacy into our time, Gender Studies. 

  • Ph.D Clinical Psychology; minor Special Education, North Carolina State University at Raleigh NC; Dissertation: The decoding of nonverbal cues by Special Education Children.
  • M.S. Clinical Psychology (Summa Cum Laude); The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel; Dissertation: Implicit Personality Theories as a factor in stereotypes.    
  • B.A. Psychology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
  • B.A. English Literature: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel 

Naomi Wagner, Ph.D is tri-lingual (Hebrew/English/French), licensed as clinical psychologist (NC), and has certification in School Psychology (NC). The focus of her clinical work has been Child Assessment, including using play in the assessment process, and subsequent parents’ consultation to review assessment results and to implement appropriate interventions. Similarly, Dr. Wagner focused on assisting teachers in the translation of assessment results into instructional goals. Dr. Wagner has provided services to children and young teens with anxiety and depression issues as well as ADHD. Currently Dr. Wagner is engaged in college teaching at a large State University. She teaches classes in Child Psychopathology, Abnormal Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Social Psychology, Gender Studies, and Tests and Measurements.

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