Mark Glat is a Lecturer in the Department of Psychology and in The Program for Teacher Preparation. In addition to teaching Educational Psychology, he has also taught Models of Psychotherapy, Controversies in Clinical Psychology, and Pandemic Pedagogy as a Freshman Seminar. He is a Licensed Professional Psychologist and a Certified School Psychologist in the State of New Jersey. He has served as Member and Chair of the New Jersey Board Of Psychological Examiners and most recently was a consultant to the Board. He served for three years as the first Clinical Director of The Beadleston School, a hospital-based educational program for emotionally disturbed adolescents in Elizabeth New Jersey under the auspices of The Union County Educational Services Commission.
Dr. Glat earned his undergraduate degree at The City College of New York. He holds doctorates from Rutgers University in both Political Science and Professional Psychology. Before earning his doctorate in psychology at the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, Dr. Glat was an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Tel-Aviv University. He has published in both the fields of political science and psychology and is the author of numerous scholarly reviews for journals, including The Journal of Child and Family Behavior Therapy, Contemporary Psychology, and The Review of Politics. He has delivered papers and conducted workshops at numerous professional meetings and conferences, including the American Psychological Association and the American Group Psychotherapy Association.