Caroline S. Clauss-Ehlers
Caroline S. Clauss-Ehlers, PhD, is a licensed bilingual psychologist. She received her training in counseling psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University and completed her pre-doctoral internship at the New York University-Bellevue Hospital Center. She is an Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology at the Graduate School of Education at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.
Dr. Clauss-Ehlers' research and writing focuses on cultural resilience in children, cross-cultural school-based mental health, and bilingualism. She is co-editor of the book entitled Community Planning to Foster Resilience in Children published by Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers and author of the upcoming book entitled Diversity Training for Classroom Teaching: Learning Activities for Educators by the same publisher. Dr. Clauss-Ehlers works with bilingual media to further awareness of critical public health issues that have an impact on modern day community life. She has two columns in Newsday's Spanish newspaper HOY entitled Nueva Edad (New Age) and Bienestar (Well-Being). She is the guest psychologist-in-residence on Univision's popular morning news show, Al Despertar with a weekly segment entitled Hablemos de Niños (We're Talking about Children).
Dr. Clauss-Ehlers has published numerous articles, book chapters, and presented internationally at La Universidad Nacionál Autónoma de México, the 27th Inter-American Congress of Psychology in Caracas, Venezuela, the Second World Mental Health Congress in London, England, and the Korea-U.S. Joint Symposium on Anti-Stigma in Seoul, Korea. She has a part-time private practice in New York City.