John C. Norcross

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John C. Norcross (born 1957) is an American professor, clinical psychologist, and board-certified specialist in psychotherapy, behavior change, and self-help.wikipedia
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Psychotherapy

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John C. Norcross (born 1957) is an American professor, clinical psychologist, and board-certified specialist in psychotherapy, behavior change, and self-help.
The American Psychological Association adopted a resolution on the effectiveness of psychotherapy in 2012 based on a definition developed by John C. Norcross: "Psychotherapy is the informed and intentional application of clinical methods and interpersonal stances derived from established psychological principles for the purpose of assisting people to modify their behaviors, cognitions, emotions, and/or other personal characteristics in directions that the participants deem desirable".

Donald Norcross

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He and his three brothers, George Norcross III, congressman Donald Norcross, and Philip A. Norcross, were raised in Pennsauken and Merchantville, New Jersey.
He has another brother, John Norcross, who is a psychologist, author, and professor at the University of Scranton.

George Norcross

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He and his three brothers, George Norcross III, congressman Donald Norcross, and Philip A. Norcross, were raised in Pennsauken and Merchantville, New Jersey.
He has three brothers: Donald, a United States Congressman representing New Jersey's 1st congressional district; Philip, managing partner of the law firm Parker McCay; and John, a psychologist, author, and professor at the University of Scranton.

James O. Prochaska

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His two self-help books are Changeology and Changing for Good (the latter with James O. Prochaska and Carlo C. DiClemente).

Rutgers University–Camden

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He graduated from Rutgers University–Camden with a B.A. in psychology, the University of Rhode Island with a M.A. and Ph.D in clinical psychology, and then completed his internship at Alpert Medical School.

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John C. Norcross (born 1957) is an American professor, clinical psychologist, and board-certified specialist in psychotherapy, behavior change, and self-help.

Self-help

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John C. Norcross (born 1957) is an American professor, clinical psychologist, and board-certified specialist in psychotherapy, behavior change, and self-help.

University of Scranton

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He is Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the University of Scranton and Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry at SUNY Upstate Medical University.

SUNY Upstate Medical University

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He is Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the University of Scranton and Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry at SUNY Upstate Medical University.

Scranton, Pennsylvania

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He also maintains a part-time practice of clinical psychology in Scranton, Pennsylvania.

Pragmatism

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His approach to therapy has been called pragmatic, inspired in part by his interest in pragmatist philosophy, an interest that dates back at least to his undergraduate years, when he wrote an undergraduate honors thesis on pragmatist philosophers such as William James, John Dewey, and Charles Sanders Peirce.

William James

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His approach to therapy has been called pragmatic, inspired in part by his interest in pragmatist philosophy, an interest that dates back at least to his undergraduate years, when he wrote an undergraduate honors thesis on pragmatist philosophers such as William James, John Dewey, and Charles Sanders Peirce.

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His approach to therapy has been called pragmatic, inspired in part by his interest in pragmatist philosophy, an interest that dates back at least to his undergraduate years, when he wrote an undergraduate honors thesis on pragmatist philosophers such as William James, John Dewey, and Charles Sanders Peirce.

Charles Sanders Peirce

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His approach to therapy has been called pragmatic, inspired in part by his interest in pragmatist philosophy, an interest that dates back at least to his undergraduate years, when he wrote an undergraduate honors thesis on pragmatist philosophers such as William James, John Dewey, and Charles Sanders Peirce.

Cooper University Hospital

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Norcross was born in 1957 at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, New Jersey, the son of George E. Norcross, Jr. and Carol Norcross.

Camden, New Jersey

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Norcross was born in 1957 at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, New Jersey, the son of George E. Norcross, Jr. and Carol Norcross.

Pennsauken Township, New Jersey

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He and his three brothers, George Norcross III, congressman Donald Norcross, and Philip A. Norcross, were raised in Pennsauken and Merchantville, New Jersey.

Merchantville, New Jersey

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He and his three brothers, George Norcross III, congressman Donald Norcross, and Philip A. Norcross, were raised in Pennsauken and Merchantville, New Jersey.

University of Rhode Island

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He graduated from Rutgers University–Camden with a B.A. in psychology, the University of Rhode Island with a M.A. and Ph.D in clinical psychology, and then completed his internship at Alpert Medical School.

Alpert Medical School

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He graduated from Rutgers University–Camden with a B.A. in psychology, the University of Rhode Island with a M.A. and Ph.D in clinical psychology, and then completed his internship at Alpert Medical School.

American Psychological Association

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Norcross has served as president of the American Psychological Association Division of Psychotherapy, the Society of Clinical Psychology, and the Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration (SEPI). He received the Distinguished Lifetime Contributions to Education & Training Award from the American Psychological Association and the Pennsylvania Professor of the Year from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.

Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching

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He received the Distinguished Lifetime Contributions to Education & Training Award from the American Psychological Association and the Pennsylvania Professor of the Year from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.

Guilford Press

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