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Clinical Psychology
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Clinical Psychology
In the Counseling and Clinical Psychology Department

Faculty > Adjunct Faculty

Adjunct Faculty

Masters Program 2013-2014

Ph.D. Program

  • Merav Gur, Ph.D.

    Dr. Merav Gur received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Teachers College Columbia University, completed her clinical internship at St. Lukes Roosevelt Hospital Center where she was trained in CBT, DBT, and psychodynamic psychotherapies. Dr. Gur completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Columbia University Medical Center/Psychiatric Institute at the Anxiety Disorders clinic, and later became an Assistant Professor where she supervised clinical interviewers, participated in research and training, and provided psychotherapy. Dr. Gur has been in private practice in NYC since 2004 where she treats adolescents and adults combining IPT, CBT, DBT and psychodynamic psychotherapies. She is interested in attachment and relational issues in adults, in the treatment of pre and postpartum anxiety and depression, in anxiety and depression across the lifespan, specifically panic disorder and social anxiety, and in individuals who engage in self-sabotaging behaviors. To learn more about Dr. Gur’s research and clinical work, please go to
  • Bruce Hubbard, Ph.D.

    Dr. Bruce Hubbard teaches a doctoral-level course on cognitive behavior therapy and supervises the clinical training of students in the clinical psychology department.

    He is also the director of the Cognitive Health Group, a private practice group of psychologists and psychotherapists offering cognitive behavioral treatment in NYC.

  • Nancy Eppler-Wolff, Ph.D.

    Dr. Nancy Eppler-Wolff teaches Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy and Practicum for second year doctoral students, and supervises doctoral candidates in the clinical psychology program.

    Dr. Eppler-Wolff received her doctorate in Educational Psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University, and then completed the post-doctoral re-specialization in Clinical Psychology at TC. She also received a post-doctoral certificate in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy from NYU.Currently, she is private practice in Manhattan, and also supervises doctoral candidates at the Derner Institute at Adelphi University.Dr Eppler-Wolff is the co-author of Raising children who soar: A guide to healthy risk-taking in an uncertain world (TC Press, 2009).


Adjunct Emeritus

  • Jerome Kosseff, Ph.D.

    Academic background: CCNY, Honors in English and Anthropology, TC, MA, Clinical Psychology; intensive 10 week training with Carl Rogers at U. of Chicago; courses at New University, and William Alanson White Institute; psychoanalysis with Dr. David Gross, Gustav Bychowski and Janet Kennedy and various analytic supervisors.

    Dr. Jerome Kossef worked for four years during WWII for the U.S. Air Force administering academic and psychomotor tests to air cadets and completing test construction. During the Pacific Theater, he worked as a Special Service Officer for the P-38 fighter squadron and then as Chief Psychologist, 2nd Central Medical Establishment Unit, 5th Air Force. Within this capacity, Dr. Kossef assessed air crew for combat readiness and treating severe trauma in South and Southwest Pacific island bases.

    For 64 years, he has taught courses at TC in test construction, statistics, individual interviewing, psychodynamics, group therapy, supervision of  individual students, and psychoanalytic theory/practice. Dr. Kossef is a senior faculty, supervisor and training analyst at the Postgraduate Center for Mental Health.

    Theoretical orientation: Object-Relations Theory/Relational Theory