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Warwick, Rhode Island, United States
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Posted:
June 25, 2019

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VITA

Robert B. Goldblatt

*** ******** *****

Warwick, Rhode Island 02886

631-***-****

ac9oxu@r.postjobfree.com

Education:

Ph.D. - University of Connecticut, 1979

Major : Educational Psychology

MA - Rhode Island College, May 1974

Major: Developmental Psychology

BA - Rhode Island College, June 1972

Major: Psychology

Licensure

Rhode Island State Psychologist License 2019 - Present PS01762 New York State Clinical Psychologist 1987 - Present - #009088 Teaching Experience:

New York Institute of Technology - Old Westbury, NY 1979 -2017 Assistant Professor - 1979-1985

Earned Tenure - 1985

Associate Professor - 1985 -2017

NYIT’s Departments:

Human Resources Development Center

Behavioral Sciences,

College of Osteopathic Medicine,

Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine,

Department of Family Medicine

PLN Institute - Brussels Belgium - Asst. Trainer NLP August 1984 & 1985 Institute Eklectishe voor Psychologie - Asst. Trainer NLP August 1983 & 1984 Professional Experience:

Colchester, Ct. Board of Education - School Psychologist - 1977 - 1979 Connecticut Department of Corrections - School Psychologist -1975-1977 University of Rhode Island- Dir. Comp. Child Development Center 1973-1975 NYIT - Chair Graduate Counseling Program 1986-1989 & 1995-1998 NYIT- College of Osteopathic Medicine

Academic Health Care Center & Family Health Care Center - Clinical Psychologist 1992-2017.

Scholarship

Published Intellectual Contributions

Book

Vitelli, R., & Goldblatt, R., Tardor Interpretive Scoring System for theWISC-R. Tardor Publishers, Manchester, CT. 1978

Refereed Journal Articles

Very, P. Goldblatt, R., & Monacelli, V., “Birth Order, Personality Development and Vocation Choice Journal of Psychology. 1973, Vol 85, pp.75-80 Elkis-Abuhoff, D., Goldblatt, R., Gaydos, M. & Convery. C.

(2013). A Pilot Study to Determine the Psychological Effects of Manipulation of Therapeutic Art Forms Among Patients with Parkinson's Disease. International Journal of Art Therapy: INSCAPE

Rose, S., Elkis- Anuhoff, D., Goldblatt, R., & Miller, E. Hope against the Rain: Investigating the Psychometric Overlap between and Objective and Projective Measure of Hope in a Medical Student Sample. Arts in Psychotherapy 39, 3, 272-278

Goldblatt, R., Elkis-Abuhoff,D., Gaydos, M., Rose, S. & Casey, S. (2011) Unlocking Conflict Through Creative Expression. Arts in Psychotherapy, 38, 2, 104-108

Elkis- Anuhoff, D., Gaydos, M., Rose, S. & Goldblatt, R. (2010) The Impact of education and exposure on art therapist identity and perception. Art Therapy : Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 27, 3, 119-126 Goldblatt, R. B., Elkis-Abuhoff, D.L., Gaydos, M. & Napoli, A. (2010) Understanding Clinical Benefits of Modeling Clay Exploration with Patient’s diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. Arts in Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice, 2.2 Elkis-Abuhoff, D.L., Gaydos, M., Goldblatt, R., Chen, M., & Rose, S. (2009) Mandala Drawings with Women Diagnosed with Breast Cancer. Arts in Psychotherapy, 36, 3.

Elkis- Anuhoff, D.L., Goldblatt, R., Gaydos, M. & Corrato, S. (2008) The Effects of Clay Manipulation on Somatic Dysfunction and Emotional Distress in Parkinson’s Patients. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 25, 2

PRESENTATIONS

Elkis-Abuhoff, D.L., Goldblatt, R. Gaydos, M., Convery, C., 45 Annual American Art Therapy Conference; Trailblazing the Future, “Effects of Art Therapy During Chemotherapy Stress and Quality of Life,” American Art Therapy Association, San Antonio, TX. (July 11, 2014).

Elkis- Anuhoff, D.L., Gaydos, M., Goldblatt, R., Expressive Therapies Summit 2013. “Therapeutic Effects of Clay Work with Parkinson’s Disease Patients: A Study,” New York City. (November 10, 2013).

Elkis-Abuhoff, D.L., Goldblatt,R., Gaydos, M., Convery, C. Art therapy during chemotherapy on stress and quality of life in patients with stage 3 colon cancer. Culture Health and Wellbeing: International Conference, Arts in Health South West. (AHSW). Bristol, England. UK (June 24, 2013). Elkis-Abuhoff, D. L., Goldblatt,R., Gaydos, M., Convery, C. “Effects of manipulation of Art Forms Among Patients with Parkinson’s Disease”. 44th American Art Therapy Association Annual Conference, Seattle, WA

(June, 2013).

Elkis-Abuhoff, D.L., Goldblatt, R. “Investigating Differences between the Dispositional Hope Scale and D-A-P-R in Medical Students”. Weaving a Tapestry: American Art Therapy Association 43rd Annual Conference. American Art Therapy Association, Savannah, Georgia. (July 2012) Elkis-Abuhoff, D., Goldblatt,R., “The Effects of Manipulation of Therapeutic Art Forms among Patients Diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease.” Society of Arts and Healthcare 2012 Annual Conference: Arts and Health: A Global View, Society of Arts in Healthcare, Detroit, MI (May2012). Goldblatt, R., & Elkis-Abuhoff, D. “A Unique and Imaginative Approach to Conflict for Medical Professionals”. American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine: 2012 American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C. (March 2012). Rose, S., Elkis-Abuhoff, D., & Goldblatt, R. “Investigating the Differences Between the Dispositional Hope Scale and the D-A-P-R as Measures of Hope in a Medical school sample”. Ontario and Canadian Art Therapy Associations: Art Therapy Here and Now. Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada

(November 2011)

Goldblatt, R., Elkis-Abuhoff, D.L., Rose, S. “A Unique and Imaginative Approach to Viewing Conflict”. Ontario and Canadian Art Therapy Assocuations: Art Therapy Here and Now. Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada

(November 2011)

Elkis-Abuhoff, D.L., Goldblatt, R., Gaydos,M., & Casey, S. “Unlocking Conflict Through Creative Expression”. American Art Therapy Association Annual Conference, Washington, DC (July 2011).

Goldblatt, R., & Elkis-Abuhoff, D.L. “Art Therapy for Older Adults and their Partners.” Aging in Place: Services and Supports for Older New Yorkers. 38th Annual Conference of the State Society of Aging in New York. White Plains, NY, October 27-29, 2010.

Elkis-Abuhoff, D., Goldblatt, R., Gaydos,M., & Napoli, A. “Understanding Clinical Benefits of Modeling Clay Exploration with Patients Diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease”. 2010 Partners for Health. Society of Arts and Healthcare Annual International Conference. Minneapolis, MN ( April 28- May1, 2010)

Elkis-Abuhoff, D., Gaydos, M., Goldblatt, R., & Rose, S. “Mandala Drawings as an Assessment Tool for Women with Breast Cancer “. American Art Therapy Association’s Annual Conference: Inspiring Frontiers for the Next Generation in Art Therapy, American Art Therapy Association. Dallas Texas. (Research Roundtable, November 20, 2009)

Goldblatt, R., Elkis-Abuhoff, D., Gaydos, M., & Napoli, A. “Understanding the Clinical Benefits of Modeling Clay: Exploration with Patients Diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease”. Canadian Art Therapy Association’s Annual Conference, The Art of Connecting: From Personal to Global; Canadian Art Therapy Association, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. (November 5, 2009) Elkis-Abuhoff, D.L., Gaydos, M., Goldblatt, R., & Chen, M. “Spontaneous Mandala Drawings as an Assessment Tool for Women with Breast Cancer”. American Art Therapy Association’s Annual Conference: The Art of Connecting: From Personal to Global, American Art Therapy Association, Albuquerque, NM. (November 2007) Elkis-Abuhoff, D.L., Goldblatt, R., Gaydos, M., & Corrato, S. “An Exploration of the Manipulation of Clay by Parkinson’s Patients.” American Art Therapy Associations Annual Conference: Reaching Out and Rebuilding Our Communities, American Art Therapy Association, New Orleans, LA. (November 2006)



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