DR. BETH SPENCINER ROSENTHAL
Professor
York College and
The Graduate Center
The City University of New York
Jamaica, NY 11451
Office: AC - 3B03
P: 718-262-2615
F: 718-262-3790

rosenthal@york.cuny.edu

 


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Presentations (Refereed)

  • Rosenthal, B. S., & Wilson, W. C. (2013, July). Trauma and Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms:A Four-Class Person-Centered Reconceptualization. Presentation at American Psychological Association, Honolulu, Hawai'i.
  • Rosenthal, B. S., & Wilson, W. C. (2013, April). Reconceptualization of the relationship between experience with trauma and posttraumatic stress symptom. Presentation at European Congress of Psychiatry, Nice, France.
  • Rosenthal, B. S., & Wilson, W. C. (2012, June). The Trauma-Psychopathology Relationship Reconceptualized. Paper presented at the Seventh International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Rosenthal, B. S., & Wilson, W. C. (2012, March). Person Centered Approach to the Trauma-Psychopathology Relationship. Paper presented at Eastern Psychological Association Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Rosenthal, B. S., & Wilson, W. C. (2011, July). Race/ethnicity and the use of counseling among urban college students in the U.S. Paper presented at Asia Pacific Rim International Counseling Conference, Hong Kong.
  • Rosenthal, B. S., & Wilson, W. C. (2011, March). How traumatic is sexual assault during the high school years? Paper presented at Eastern Psychological Association Conference, Cambridge, MA.
  • Rosenthal, B. S., & Wilson, W. C. (2010, July). Mental Health Outreach: How Active Should It Be? Paper presented at International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health, Dublin, Ireland.
  • Rosenthal, B. S., & Wilson, W. C. (2010, March). Individual Trajectories of Change in PTSD Synptoms: Adolescence to Young Adult. Paper presented at Eastern Psychological Association, New York..
  • Rosenthal, B. S., & Wilson, W. C. (2008, May). Traumatic Experience, Protective Variables and Psychological Distress in Late Adolescence. Paper presented at European Association for Research on Adolescence, Turin, Italy
  • Rosenthal, B. S., & Wilson, W. C. (2008, April). PTSD Symptoms: Results of trauma or correlates of psychosocial characteristics? Paper presented at European Congress of Psychiatry, Nice, France.
  • Rosenthal, B. S., & Wilson, W. C. (2007, August). Risk and protective factors in relation to PTSD symptoms. Paper presented at International Congress on Stress, Budapest, Hungary.
  • Baboolal, T., & Rosenthal, B. S. (2007, June). College students’ use of counseling: Comparison between Jamaican-Americans and Jamaican-West Indians. Paper presented at Caribbean and International Social Work Educators Conference, Trinidad, West Indies.
  • Rosenthal, B. S., & Wilson, W. C. (2006, February). Cross-ethnic comparisons of psychological distress and use of mental health counseling among U.S. urban adolescents. Paper presented at annual meeting of Society for Cross-Cultural Research, Savannah, GA.
  • Rosenthal, B.S., & Wilson, W.C. (2005, June). The use of moderator variables in the study of resiliency: Impact of ethnicity and immigration. Paper presented at Pathways to Resilience: An International Conference, Halifax, Canada.
  • Wilson, W.C., & Rosenthal, B.S. (2005, June). Resilience and protection: Three basic processes. Paper presented at Pathways to Resilience: An International Conference, Halifax, Canada.
  • Rosenthal, B.S., & Wilson, W.C. (2005, February). Cross-ethnic comparisons of U.S. urban adolescents' exposure to interpersonal community violence. Paper presented at annual meeting of Society for Cross-Cultural Research, Santa Fe, NM.
  • Rosenthal, B.S., Baboolal, T., & Nish, L. (2005, February). Community violence exposure and psychological distress: The case of immigrant Jamaican-Americans. Paper presented at annual meeting of Council on Social Work Education, New York.
  • Wilson, W.C., & Rosenthal, B.S. (2005, February). Ethnic differences in relationship between exposure to community violence and psychological distress. Paper presented at annual meeting of Council on Social Work Education, New York.
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (2003, October). Exposure to community violence and upper respiratory infections among urban adolescents. Paper presented at International Conference on Urban Health, New York.
  • Rosenthal, B. S., Wilson, W. C., & Baboolal, T. (2003, July). Exposure to community violence and psychological distress: Jamaican adolescents in North America: Jamaican or North American? Paper presented at Conference of Caribbean and International Social Work Educators, Barbados, West Indies.
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (2002, June). Psychological distress and educational performance among ethnically diverse urban adolescents. Paper presented at International Conference on Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Wilson, W. C., & Rosenthal, B. S. (2002, June). Exposure to community violence and psychological distress among adolescents: A meta-analysis. Paper presented at International Conference on Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (2002, January). Psychological symptoms among ethnically diverse adolescents: An ecological approach. Paper presented at Society For Social Work And Research, San Diego, CA.
  • Wilson, W. C., & Rosenthal, B. S. (2002, January). Psychosocial correlates of dropping-out of high school. Paper presented at Society For Social Work And Research, San Diego, CA.
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (2001, March). Exposure to community violence and “Feeling of Personal Control.” Paper presented at annual meeting of Council on Social Work Education, Dallas, TX.
  • Rosenthal, B. S., & Richards, I. (2000, February). Exposure to community violence among 13 ethnocultural groups. Paper presented at annual meeting of Council on Social Work Education, New York.
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (1999, January). Community violence and psychological trauma: The role of protective factors. Paper presented at the Society For Social Work And Research, Austin, TX.
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (1998, March). Exposure to recurring community violence and posttraumatic stress: Ethnic and gender differences. Paper presented at annual meeting of Council on Social Work Education, Orlando, FL.
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (1998, January). Exposure to recurring violence and mental health. Paper presented at Research For Social Work Practice Conference, Miami, FL.
  • Rosenthal, B. S., & Ashton, V. (1997, October). Who is at risk? The ecological context of exposure to chronic community violence. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Association of Social Workers, Baltimore, MD.
  • Rosenthal, B. S., & Pettiford, R. (1996, November). The effects of exposure to violence: Resilience among adolescents. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Association of Social Workers, Cleveland, OH.
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (1996, February). An insidious source of traumatic stress: Exposure to chronic community violence. Paper presented at the Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, Washington, DC.
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (1996, February). The community as war zone. Paper presented at the National Association of Social Workers’ National Videoconference and Teach-In, New York.
  • Rosenthal, B. S., Borgella, M., Pettiford, R., & Thompson, V. (1995, November). Depression in an ethnically diverse undergraduate population. Paper presented at the Greater New York Conference On Social Research, New York.
  • Rosenthal, B. S., Aurigemma, D., Borgella, M., Clay, K., Pettiford, S., & Suarez, M. (1995, April). The influence of sociodemographic variables on adolescents’ exposure to chronic community violence. Paper presented at the New York State Political Science Association, New York.
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (1995, April). The influence of the recession on people’s support for social policies. Paper presented at the New York State Political Science Association, New York.
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (1994, April). The impact of social support on staying in school: A preliminary report. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (1992, March). School dropout: Educational problem or community problem? Paper presented at the Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, Kansas City, MO.
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (1992, July). Global learning on a restricted budget. Paper presented at International Association of Schools of Social Work Biennial Meeting, Washington, DC.
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (1991, April). Educating Jews about the Third World. American Jewish World Service National Training Conference, New York City.
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (1990, November). Support for federal child welfare assistance among the upper middle class. Adelphi University School of Social Work Fortieth Anniversary Program, Garden City, NY.
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (1988, March). Potential field placements in international agencies. Paper presented at Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (1985, November). Social work practice in international organizations. Paper presented at National Association of Social Workers Annual Convention, Chicago, IL.
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (1984, July). Health care in Haiti: A social work perspective. Paper presented at Inter-University Consortium For International Social Development, Montreal, Canada.
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (2004, March). Community violence exposure among adolescents. Poster presented at IASWR/Congressional 10th Anniversary Poster Session and Reception on Capitol Hill (Invited Speaker).
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (2002, October). Exposure to community violence and adolescents: Causes, consequences and implications. Paper presented at Building safe communities: Coping with uncertainty and violence Conference (Invited Speaker).
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (2002, March).An ecological approach to psychological symptoms among adolescents. Paper presentation at Adelphi University School of Social Work Faculty Development Conference (Invited Speaker).
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (2001, May). Exposure to recurring community violence and mental health. Paper presented at The University of The West Indies – Jamaica (Invited Speaker).
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (2000, July). Exposure to recurring community violence: Antecedents and consequents. Paper presented at Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel (Invited Speaker).
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (2000, May). Exposure to recurring community violence: Antecedents and consequents. Presentation at North Brooklyn Health Network, New York (Keynoter).
  • Rosenthal, B. S. (1991, April). Educating Jews about the Third Worlds. American Jewish World Service National Training Conference, New York City (Invited Speaker).


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