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10 Family Counselors 

10. Nicolae Cirpala

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9. Carol Dweck

Professor of Psychology at Stanford University, Carol Dweck has become recognized for her research in the fields of motivation and social psychology. Her research focuses on origins of social, personality, and developmental psychology and how they bridge together with self-regulation and mindsets. Dweck is the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including Distinguished Scholar Award in 2013 for the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Her key contribution to social psychology focuses on her theories of intelligence, showcased in her 2006 book entitled Mindset: The New Psychology of Success.

8. Roy Baumeister

A Francis Eppes Professor of Psychology at Florida State University, Roy Baumeister is known for his research on the self, irrationality and self-defeating behavior, self-regulation, and the need to belong. His current research focuses on self-control and decision-making. Baumeister received his doctorate from Princeton University and has focused his interests in sociology and social networks, sexual orientation, and the self and identity. He is the author of six books and numerous journal articles. He is active in social media and known for his provocative studies in erotic plasticity.

7. Hans-Werner Gessmann

Known for his work on the causation factors of dyslexia, Hans-Werner Gessmann is a German counseling psychologist, university professor, and psychodramatherapist. He is currently recognized for being the only empirical researcher in the psychodrama field, offering over 140 articles in publication pertaining to the subject. Gessmann founded the prestigious training center in Duisburg in 1973, known as the Psychotherapeutic Institute Bergerhausen. To date, it has trained over 1,500 psychotherapists. At the beginning of 2013, Gessmann was named appointed as a visiting professor at State University Smolensk.

6. Susan Carey

Harvard University graduate and current professor for the Department of Psychology at Harvard, Susan Carey is a world-renowned psychologist and counselor. Known throughout the globe as an expert in language acquisition, she was the first woman to receive the Rumelhart Prize in 2009, giving way to women thought leaders in the field. Before joining the faculty at Harvard, Carey taught at MIT and NYU. She is the author of numerous journal articles and a book entitled Conceptual Change in Childhood. The work reconciled Piaget’s research on animism.

5. Uta Frith

Most recognized for her research and insight on autism spectrum disorders, Uta Frith is a Fellow of the Royal Society and Emeritus Professor of Cognitive Development at the University College London. A graduate of King’s College London, where she completed her PhD on autism, Dr. Frith has spent her career investigating the cognitive processes involved with dyslexia and autism. She believes in research that is relevant to understanding autism and providing a better quality of daily life for those affected. She is an advocate and leader supporting women in science and co-founded the UCL Women Network.

4. Elizabeth Spelke

Elizabeth Spelke is a cognitive psychology at Harvard University’s Department of Psychology. She is also the director of the Laboratory for Developmental Studies, where she studies and defends the debate on cognitive differences between males and females. After attending Radcliffe College and Yale University, Spelke received her doctorate from Cornell University. She has received numerous honors and awards, including the National Academy of Sciences Prize in Psychological and Cognitive Sciences honor in 2014. She has written for the New York Times and New Yorker.

3. Andrew Meltzoff

Appearing on PBS and ABC regularly, as well as other media outlets, Andrew Meltzoff has gained international attention for his long-term research on young children and memory. He is the author of two books about learning in early stages of development, and has received numerous honors for his selected works on the imitative brain and social cognition. A graduate of Oxford University, today Dr. Meltzoff teaches at the University of Washington and is a co-director of the university’s Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences.

2. Stephen Kosslyn

Stephen Kosslyn is a counseling psychologist, author, and educator specializing in cognitive psychology and neuroscience. Formerly the John Lindsley Professor of Psychology at Harvard University, Kosslyn has won notable honors such as the Guggenheim Fellowship and Cattell Award. His research includes the study of mental imagery, visual display design, and how people exhibit individual differences when performing particular tasks. Kosslyn has published over 300 scientific papers and authored and co-authored fifteen books. His work is used to universities and college settings throughout the world.

1. Albert Bandura

The most cited counseling psychologist alive is Albert Bandura, a David Starr Jordan Professor Emeritus of Social Science in Psychology at Stanford University. Bandura’s contribution to the field of psychology spans nearly six decades and includes areas of specialty in therapy, personality, social cognition, and behaviorism. Bandura is recognized as the most influential psychologist of the twentieth century and was awarded the Grawemeyer Award at the age of 82. He remains a critical influence in the fields of social learning, aggression, and social behavior.

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