Paul Farrell

Adjunct

Graduate Counseling, Leadership & Education

Dr. Farrell has worked as a psychologist since 1979.  He has worked for the New York City Public Schools (1979-80), for Leake and Watts Children's Home (1980-82) and for Pelham Public Schools (1982-present).  He has also worked in private practice since 1984.  He has taught graduate school at College of New Rochelle (2003-09), Iona College (2007-08), and Yeshiva University (2009-12).  Since 2010 he has been teaching in Manhattan's counseling department.  Having graduated from Manhattan College in 1976, he now teaches in some of the very same rooms in which he was an undergraduate student 40 years ago.

Education

Psy.D. in School Psychology, Yeshiva University, 1982

C.A.G.S. in Clinical-School Psychology, City College of New York, 1979

M.S. in School Psychology, City College of New York, 1978

B.A. in Psychology, Manhattan College, 1976

 

 

Courses Taught

EDUG 721      Introduction to Counseling Practices and Theories

EDUG 722      Techniques in Counseling the Individual

EDUG 891      Foundations in Evaluation, Assessment and Diagnosis 

  • Professional Experience and Memberships

    In 1984, Dr. Farrell completed a two-year, post-graduate training program in cognitive-behavior therapy at the Institute for Behavior Therapy in New York.

    He is a member of the American Psychological Association and the National Association of School Psychologists.