Dr. Ronald E. Schroeder is a Clinical Psychologist practicing in Clinton, New Jersey. He has worked as a psychologist for over 35 years, and is licensed by the State of New Jersey. He has extensive training and experience in providing therapy and assessment in both institutional and outpatient settings. He has a wide range of experience working with adults and adolescents with various psychological difficulties. Additionally, he works with couples to resolve relationship issues.
Dr. Schroeder's approach to psychotherapy is primarily cognitive-behavioral following the model developed by Drs. Aaron and Judith Beck. Cognitive-behavioral therapy attempts to shift maladaptive thinking that often leads to undesirable behavioral patterns and emotional distress. Cognitive-behavioral therapy is a solution-centered approach to changing one's maladaptive emotional and cognitive responses to stress, anxiety, frustration, situational depression, etc.
Dr. Schroeder earned his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (Ph.D.) from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 1991. Fairleigh Dickinson's Clinical Psychology Program is fully accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA). He completed his APA accredited clinical psychology predoctoral internships at Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital and Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital. Both of these inpatient experiences provided him the opportunity to work with persons with severe psychiatric disorders. He has also worked at Hagedorn Psychiatric Hospital, North Jersey Developmental Center, and several central New Jersey nursing homes. Dr. Schroeder has been the Director of Psychology for a staff of nineteen psychologists at an inpatient psychiatric facility, and he has been the Director of the APA accredited Psychology Internship for doctoral level psychology interns at Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital.
He has been serving the community at his private practice in Clinton for approximately 29 years. Dr. Schroeder provides cognitively-oriented individual psychotherapy to persons troubled by depression, anxiety, and stress. Assisting men with issues of fatherhood, the husband role, career-homelife balance, aggression, separation / divorce, and other gender-specific topics has been a focus of services offered to his patients. He also conducts couples therapy for those wishing to address issues in their relationship.
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck, NJ
M.A., Clinical Psychology Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, NJ
Professional Association Memberships
American Psychological Association www.apa.org
New Jersey Psychological Association www.psychologynj.org
Somerset / Hunterdon Psychological Association www.shpsych.com
New Jersey Association of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapists www.nj-act.org
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6A Leigh Street
Clinton, NJ 08809