Josh Schoenfeld is a licensed clinical psychologist and a passionate teacher with broad interests in research and practice. His scholarly interests range from basic relationship science to the role of psychology in the sociopolitical arena. He maintains a private practice in Portland, treating clients with a variety of psychological disorders.
Trost, S. E., Burke, B. L., & Schoenfeld, J. (2014). “DSM-5: Using Key Changes to Highlight Critical Teaching Points for Undergraduate Psychology Instructors.” Society for the Teaching of Psychology’s Office of Teaching Resources.
Schoenfeld, J., Rohrbaugh, M.J., & Shoham, V. (August, 2011). “Marital status, psychological distress, and patient sex: predicting completion of phase II cardiac rehabilitation.” Presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.
Schoenfeld, J., Rohrbaugh, M.J., & Shoham, V. (August, 2010). “Looking beyond the patient in phase II cardiac rehabilitation.” Presented at the annual meeting of the International Association for Relationship Research. Herzliya, Israel.
Schoenfeld, J., Rohrbaugh, M.J., & Shoham, V. (May, 2009). “Spousal collaboration and patient response to cardiac rehabilitation.” Presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science. San Francisco, California.
Invited Talks and Other Presentations
Presenter/Panelist, “The Auto-correct(s) in Your Brain.” Values in Practice Workshop, Saint Joseph’s College. Standish, Maine. (April, 2014).
Presenter/Panelist, “Starved for Attention: Modern America’s Hunger for Eyeballs”, part of faculty presentation: “Conquering the Hunger Games,” sponsored by the Cultural Affairs Committee, Saint Joseph’s College, Standish, Maine. (November, 2013).
Presenter/Panelist, “JSTICE: What Have U Missed?” Values in Practice Workshop, Saint Joseph’s College, Standish, Maine. (April, 2013).
“Marital Relationships and Cardiac Health: Recent Research, Future Directions, and Clinical Applications.” Psychiatry Grand Rounds presentation, Maine Medical Center, Portland, Maine. (January, 2011).
Panelist, “Perils and Pitfalls of Setting up an IRB.” The 2010 Maine IRB Symposium, sponsored by the University of Southern Maine. Portland, Maine. (May, 2010).