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Dr. Russell J. Kormann.

 

 

Russell J. Kormann, Ph.D.

Russell J. Kormann is the Project Director of NSTM and has been with the Project since 1986. He oversees the daily administration of all grant activities and coordinates all group-training activities (i.e. conference presentation and workshops) and directs the NSTM School Consultation program. He focuses his professional attention on issues of community and academic inclusion for individuals with developmental disabilities or Autism who also present with severe behavioral challenges, as well as on community/school based behavioral assessment. In addition to conducting extensive staff and parent training in behavior management, he has mentored many students in developing their professional expertise in these areas. 

Dr. Kormann serves as a behavioral consultant to many school districts and residential programs throughout New Jersey and is both a licensed clinical psychologist, as well as a state certified school psychologist. He has achieved fellow status with the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD) and is a Associate Clinical Professor in the School Psychology program within the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology(GSAPP), Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey and oversees the practicum training program that provides clinical experience to students in both the School and Clinical doctoral programs at GSAPP through their work at NSTM. Dr. Kormann has published many articles on community and academic support for individuals with severe behaviors as well as on staff and parent burnout. He is active in the professional community through his membership and presentations at many professional associations that serve persons with disabilities.

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