Adjunct Faculty

Dr. Stanley Einstein |
Adjunct Professor

Stan-Shlomo Einstein, Ph.D., clinical and social psychologist; student; academician;  researcher; administrator; journalist (newspaper and radio); editor/author (25 books; 91 topic-oriented special issues of Substance Use and Misuse listed as editor/co-editor (22); unlisted as co-editor (69); journal editor-founder Substance Use and Misuse (1965-2015); Drug Forum; Social Pharmacology; Violence, Aggression and Terrorism;Altered States of Consciousness); consultant, lecturer, conference and training program organizer, exhibit curator, poet, volunteer; awards (Pace Setter award, NIDA; Mayor of Jerusalem Outstanding Volunteer Award). Area of interest: the parameters of failure.

Cort Engelken MSW, LCSW-R |
Adjunct Associate Professor

Cort Engelken is also assistant professor of social work at Ramapo College of New Jersey in their BSW program and clinical consultant at AIDS-Related Community Service.    

His areas of interest are: violence prevention at all levels: international, domestic violence, bullying, and sexual assault; conflict resolution, mediation, and arbitration; working with HIV+ people; and how to be a good teacher.    

Cort has a BA with honors Ramapo College of New Jersey and received his MSW from New York University in 1982.

Select Publications:
Engelken, C. (1987). Fighting the costs of spouse abuse, Personnel Journal, 66(3), 31-34.

William Tripp Evans III PhD, LCSW-R |
Adjunct Lecturer

Dr. Evans has been a couple and individual therapist for over 20 years. He is in private practice in New York City. Tripp is a supervisor and on the faculty of the Training Institute for Mental Health (TIMH - a psychoanalytic institute in NYC) 2-year Couple Therapy Program. He has co-led a number of workshops at TIMH and for Advanced Clinical Education Foundation (ACE). Some workshop titles include: Nesters versus Adventurers, Object Relations in Couple Therapy, and Going to the Dark Side: Helping Couples Talk About Breaking Up. Tripp has taught TIMH classes in transference/countertransference. His paper entitled Empathy As Defense in Couples Therapy appears in the 2008 edition of Issues In Psychoanalytic Psychology. Tripp has also written a number of books under his own name and various pseudonyms in the area of humor and reference.