Cheryl Paradis earned her Psy.D. in clinical psychology from Yeshiva University. She teaches courses in General Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Community Psychology and Forensic Psychology. She has approximately twenty years’ experience evaluating and treating individuals with severe and persistent mental illnesses in inpatient hospital settings. She is trained in cognitive behavioral treatment and has worked with individuals with anxiety disorders in outpatient settings. She is also trained in psychodiagnostic and neuropsychological testing. She has evaluated individuals with brain damage and dysfunction in psychiatric, medical, and forensic settings. She has conducted research in the areas of brain damage, cross- cultural issues and forensic psychology and published in journals such as Culture, Medicine & Psychiatry, Journal of Anxiety Disorders and Journal of Offender Rehabilitation. She has also co-authored chapters on the assessment and treatment of anxiety disorders.
Professor of Psychology
B.A., Marymount Manhattan College
M.A.. Yeshiva University
Psy.D., Yeshiva University
–, In-house blogger – Law & Crime Blog. Psychology Today.
Attitudes toward the use of premenstrual dysphoric disorder as a criminal defense. Venito, G.A., Wade, T, Paradis, C. Eastern Psychological Association, March 2010.
Radio and television interviews with Jay Trelease, WFME 94.7 fm. Aired 5/15/10 and 5/22/10.