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Monique Bowen

Antioch University New England

Monique Bowen is a Professor in the Department of Clinical Psychology at Antioch University New England. She also maintains an appointment as Clinical Instructor, Department of Psychiatry at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, where she serves as co-Principal Investigator of a retrospective, chart review study of forensic cases involving family violence. She was most recently employed at Kings County Hospital Center as a psychologist (part-time) on the forensic psychiatry service. In addition to her selection as Early Career Scholar, Division 39, of the American Psychological Association (2014) and Research Training Program Fellow with the Psychoanalytic Psychodynamic Research Society at the Yale Child Study Center (2013), Dr. Bowen is a 2016 graduate of the Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research (Child and Adolescent Division) certificate program in school consultation for psychologists.

Dr. Bowen is a member and served as chair (2016-2017) of the Continuing Education Committee of the New York State Psychological Association (NYSPA), and she serves as At-Large member of the board for the section on couple and family therapy and psychoanalysis of Division 39, APA. She is a 2012 graduate of the doctoral program in clinical psychology located at The Graduate Center (City College of NY campus), where she was an inaugural (2007) New York Life Fellow in the Colin Powell Center for Policy Studies at CCNY. Dr. Bowen has co-authored a training manual and authored one peer-reviewed article, two book chapters, and recent book reviews of “The African American Experience” and “Specialty Competencies in Psychoanalysis in Psychology for Psychoanalytic Psychology (APA journal). She maintains research and scholarly interests in the following areas: familial and interpersonal violence; coping and resilience across childhood and adolescence; forensic assessment and clinical interviewing; and the application of psychoanalytic ideas to social problems.

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