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Dagmar R. Kaufmann, Ph.D.

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Phone Numbers

Appointment: (585) 276-3000

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Biography

Professional Background

Dagmar received her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of South Florida, graduating summa cum laude and with psychology honors.

Prior to continuing her education, she worked as a crisis counselor in an inpatient emergency mental health facility in Tampa, Florida, and as a program evaluator for the Pinellas County School District. She then moved north to pursue graduate studies in Clinical Psychology at the University of Rochester, where she received her Master's degree in 2002 and her doctorate in 2008. Dagmar completed a predoctoral internship at this University Counseling Center (UCC) in 2002-2003. She also acquired further training experiences during a year at the Rutgers College Counseling Center in New Jersey before returning to Rochester and to UCC in 2005. In 2007, Dagmar took on the role of outreach coordinator at UCC, in addition to providing individual, couple, and group therapy, outreach and consultation services, and involvement in supervision and teaching.

Dagmar's research interests are focused on adolescents' socio-emotional wellbeing, parent-child relationships, peer relationships, as well as resource factors and protective processes associated with resilient outcomes in high-adversity environments.

Credentials

Faculty Appointments

Education

1997
BA | University of South Florida
Psychology

2002
MA | University of Rochester
Clinical Psychology

2008
PhD | University of Rochester
Clinical Psychology

Post-doctoral Training & Residency

07/07/2008 - 05/31/2009
Fellowship in Clinical Psychology at University Counseling Center, U of R

Publications

Journal Articles

2007
Kaufmann, D. R.; Wyman, P. A.; Forbes-Jones, E. L; Barry, J. "Prosocial involvement and antisocial peer affiliations as predictors of behavior problems in urban adolescents: Main effects and moderating effects." Journal of Community Psychology. 2007; : 35, 417-434.

2000
Kaufmann, D. R;, Gesten, E.; Santa Lucia, R. C.; Salcedo, O.; Rendina-Gobioff, G.; Gadd, R. "The relationship between parenting style and children's adjustment: The parents' perspective". Journal of Child and Family Studies. 2000; : 9, 231-245.

2000
Santa Lucia, R. C.; Gesten, E.; Rendina-Gobioff, G.; Epstein, M.; Kaufmann, D.; Salcedo, O.; Gadd, R. "Children's school adjustment: A developmental transactional systems perspective." Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology. 2000; : 21, 429-446.

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