Herzig, Roysircar, Publish Article

Ben Herzig, PsyD ’11 and Gargi Roysircar, AUNE professor of clinical psychology,  are the authors of a peer-reviewed journal publication. It is based on Ben’s dissertation, which was supervised by Dr. Roysircar and funded by the Institute for Social Policy and Planning. Ben is a licensed psychologist with a private practice in Boston.

The article reference is Herzig, B. A., Roysircar, G., Kosyluk, K. A., & Corrigan, P.W. (2013). American Muslim college students: The Impact of religiousness and stigma on active coping.  Journal of Muslim Mental Health 7(1), 33-42.

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