Stephanie Rahill, Ph.D., NCSP

Phone: 732-987-2420
Office Location:
Mercedes Hall 203
Office Hours:
Tuesdays and Thursdays 11:00am-12:30pm Wednesdays 2:00-4:00pm Other times by appointment
Psychology and Counseling
Vita(PDF): Stephanie Rahill

Educational Background:

  • Doctor of Philosophy University of Maryland
  • School Psychology Specialist Certification University of Delaware
  • Masters of Arts School Psychology The George Washington University
  • Bachelor of Arts The George Washington University


  • Teglasi, H., Rahill, S., & Rothman, L. (2006). A story guided peer group intervention for reducing bullying and victimization in schools: In J.E. Zins, M.J. Elias, & C.A. Maher (Eds.), Handbook of prevention and intervention in peer harassment, victimization, and bullying. New York: Haworth Press.
  • Rahill, S. & Teglasi, H (2003) Processes and outcomes of story-based and skill-based social competency programs for children with emotional disabilities. Journal of School Psychology, 41 (6).
  • Vaccaro, T., Rahill, S., & Shine, A. (2003). Applying the competing behavior model to system reform. NASP Communique, 32 (3).
  • Holcomb-McCoy, C., Bryan, J., & Rahill, S. (2002) Importance of the CACREP School Counseling Standards: School Counselors’ Perceptions. Professional School Counseling, 6 (2).

Courses Taught:

  • SPS 6106
  • SPS 6110
  • SPS 6104
  • PS 111
  • PS 423
  • PS 425
  • PS 331

Research Area:

  • Professional Issues in School Psychology
  • Consultation skills of school psychologists
  • Promotion of problem-solving models in schools
  • Social problem-solving programs for children

Service to the University:

  • Faculty advisor, Georgian Court University School Psychology Action Network

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