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Dr. Volungis’ research interests include prevention of school violence, suicide prevention in adolescents, college student mental health and smartphone dependency, enhancing cognitive-behavioral therapy with technology, and youth internalizing/externalizing disorders. He is a counseling psychologist and his clinical experience includes working in psychiatric, residential, and outpatient settings serving youth, families, and adults. Most recently, he has provided psychological assessment and cognitive-behavioral therapy to youth and their families at Youth Opportunities Upheld, Inc. and Children’s Friend.
Book: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: Theory Into Practice
School Climate & School Violence Prevention
Organizational Trauma-Informed Competency
Smartphone Dependency, Social-Emotional Well-Being, and Personality
Adverse Childhood Experiences and Well-Being
Youth Internalizing/Externalizing Disorders
All Faculty Profiles
2018-2019 Course Catalog