2083 Lawrenceville Road , Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
State University of New York at Buffalo; Clinical Psychology
Dr. Suler is the department specialist in psychotherapy and psychopathology. His teaching and research interests include psychoanalytic and humanistic theory, eastern philosophy, and the psychology of cyberspace.
I received my doctorate in clinical psychology from the State University of New York at Buffalo and came to Rider in 1982. Here at Rider I teach Abnormal Psychology, Theories of Psychotherapy, Group Dynamics, Psychological Tests, and States of Consciousness. Here is a link to my vita.
My research and journal publications have focused on a variety of topics related to psychoanalytic theory and psychotherapy, including mental imagery, creativity, and the relationship of Eastern philosophy (Zen Buddhism and Taoism) to western psychology. My book Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Eastern Thought was published with the State University of New York Press. I have become very active on the Internet, with a special interest in online publishing and the application of psychological principles to understanding behavior in cyberspace. I created and continue to develop four online books:
I'm married to Debra Finnegan-Suler, who is also a clinical psychologist, and father to two daughters, Asia and Kira. My interests include writing, martial arts, and piano. If you'd like to know more about me, I have a longer bio page located here.