Thomas DiBlasi received his PhD in Clinical Psychology in 2019 from Hofstra University. Dr. DiBlasi is an Assistant Professor at St. Joseph’s College where he teaches undergraduate students, and researches anger, aggression, domestic violence, and revenge. He has given over 40 presentations locally, nationally, and internationally. In addition, he has nearly ten publications, predominantly focusing on anger and aggression. Dr. DiBlasi has been invited to speak on several podcasts including The Evolved Caveman, a top-ten podcast for self-help. He is a member of APA (specifically Divisions 1, 2, 12, 19, and 24), National Anger Management Association (NAMA), New York City- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (NYC-CBT), Association of Domestic Violence Intervention Providers, EPA, and ABCT, where he is he on the leadership committee for the special interest group of Forensic and Externalizing Behaviors. Dr. DiBlasi was elected to the board as a Member-at-Large and is the committee chair Trauma/Crisis Response for Suffolk County Psychological Association (SCPA). He is currently working on research related to motivational interviewing, anger, revenge, and intimate partner violence.
Clinically, Dr. DiBlasi has over ten years of experience. He has specialized training in anger management and domestic violence, having learned from some of the top people in the field, including Drs. Howard Kassinove and Chip Tafrate. Additionally, he has received advanced training in exposure and response prevention (ExRP) for the treatment of OCD and other anxiety disorders from Dr. Elliot Kaminetzky of My OCD Care.
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