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Dr. Richard B. Dauber

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Director and Clinical Psychologis...

Local Address: New York City, New York, United States
Morris Psychological Group P.A
50 Cherry Hill Rd. Suite 305
Parsippany, New Jersey 07054
United States

Company Description: The Morris Psychological Group, P.A. offers a comprehensive range of services for children, teenagers and their families. Our services include individual cognitive-...   more
Background

Employment History

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Education

  • Ph.D. , clinical psychology
    Loyola University of Chicago
  • B.A. , psychology
    University of Pennsylvania
  • Masters , clinical psychology
    Loyola University of Chicago
  • Ph.D. ext.
  • Ph.D. bio
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Dr. Richard Dauber is a founding partner of the Morris Psychological Group, P.A. and Director of Child and Adolescent Services. Dr. Dauber is a clinical psychologist with over 25 years of experience. His practice includes cognitive-behavioral therapy of children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Dauber also specializes in clinical hypnosis and sport psychology. He is an Approved Consultant in Clinical Hypnosis from the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis. In addition to his individual work, Dr. Dauber also helps couples and families.
Dr. Dauber received his B.A. in psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude. He received both his Masters and Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Loyola University of Chicago. Dr. Dauber completed a clinical externship in child psychology at the Siegel Institute of Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago as well as his internship at Mt. Zion Hospital in San Francisco. He has specialized post-doctoral training in family therapy, hypnosis, short-term therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy and forensic psychology. Dr. Dauber was formerly a staff psychologist at St. Clare's Hospital in Denville as well as senior psychologist at the Dutton Counseling Center in Morristown. He is presently on staff at Overlook Hospital in Summit and he is an Adjunct Clinical Supervisor for the Center for Psychological Services at Pace University.
Dr. Dauber has published several articles and frequently lectures to both professional and non-professional groups on a variety of topics including: Hypnosis, Anxiety Disorders, Pain Management, Parenting Issues, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Social Skills, Conflict Resolution and Sport Psychology. Dr. Dauber is a member of many professional organizations including: The New Jersey Psychological Association, The American Psychological Association, The American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, The Clinical Hypnosis Society of New Jersey, The Association for Applied Sport Psychology, and the NJPA Committee on Sport Psychology. In addition, Dr. Dauber has twice served as president of the Morris County Psychological Association and he was the MCPA representative to the New Jersey Psychological Association.
Morris County Psychological Association .::. Morris County, New Jersey
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Richard Dauber, Ph.D. NJPA Representative: njparepresentative@mcpanj.com
"Some parents will be devastated by ...
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"Some parents will be devastated by the prospect of divorce and some may be relieved to have finally made the decision to end a troubled marriage," says Dr. Richard Dauber, clinical psychologist with Morris Psychological Group.
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Dauber provides common-sense guidelines.
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"The decision to end a marriage ushers in a period of uncertainty and anxiety for parents and children," says Dr. Dauber.
"School anxiety appears to be on ...
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"School anxiety appears to be on the rise," says Dr. Richard Dauber, clinical psychologist with Morris Psychological Group.
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"One of the most frequently-asked questions from parents is whether to allow the fearful or intensely anxious child to stay home," says Dr. Dauber. "In general, the answer is 'no.' Children belong in school. If physical ailments disappear by 10:00am or have been checked by a pediatrician, staying home is not an option. Allowing the child to miss school does not relieve anxiety; it reinforces it, making it even harder to go back."Dr. Dauber provides some suggestions for parents:
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"Parents of children with school anxiety must understand that telling the child not to be anxious won't help but neither will indulging the anxiety," Dr. Dauber concludes.
According to clinical psychologist ...
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According to clinical psychologist Dr. Richard Dauber, children with separation anxiety have the hardest time leaving home but calm down once they get to school; those with intense fear and anxiety about school itself may continue to cry when they get there, cling to a parent or the teacher, or become excessively shy and withdrawn with the teacher and classmates.
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Dr. Richard Dauber, Morris Psychological Group
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"School anxiety appears to be on the rise," says Dr. Richard Dauber, clinical psychologist with Morris Psychological Group.
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"One of the most frequently-asked questions from parents is whether to allow the fearful or intensely anxious child to stay home," says Dr. Dauber. "In general, the answer is 'no.' Children belong in school. If physical ailments disappear by 10:00am or have been checked by a pediatrician, staying home is not an option. Allowing the child to miss school does not relieve anxiety; it reinforces it, making it even harder to go back. Dr. Dauber provides some suggestions for parents:
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"Parents of children with school anxiety must understand that telling the child not to be anxious won't help but neither will indulging the anxiety," Dr. Dauber concludes. "The goal is to alleviate the child's fears while providing firm limits. Most important is letting the child know that you understand his feelings, that you love and support him and that you will help him work through this."
Richard B. Dauber, PhD., is a clinical psychologist with over 25 years of experience, specializing in family therapy and child and adolescent psychology.
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