Larry Gerstein

Lawrence Gerstein

George and Frances Ball Distinguished Professor of Psychology-Counseling, Director of the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies

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Lawrence (“Larry”) H. Gerstein is a Ball State University George and Frances Ball Distinguished Professor of Psychology-Counseling and Director of the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies, Fellow of the American Psychological Association (Divisions of Counseling Psychology, Peace Psychology, and International Psychology), Fulbright Scholar and Specialist, Advisor to the City University of Hong Kong Department of Applied Social Sciences, trained mediator, and knowledgeable in cross-cultural psychology, peace studies, social justice, emotion recognition, and sports for youth development. He earned his BBA from Bernard Baruch College, and MA in rehabilitation counseling and PhD in counseling and social psychology from The University of Georgia. Gerstein completed his pre-doctoral internship in the Counseling Center at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale. 

He is coeditor of the International Handbook of Cross-Cultural Counseling: Cultural Assumptions and Practices Worldwide, Essentials of Cross-Cultural Counseling, and Handbook for Social Justice in Counseling Psychology: Leadership, Vision, and Action. He has received 2+ million dollars in external funding including four U.S. State Department and one U.S. Institute of Peace grants. Professor Gerstein has performed peace work and research with adults, children, and youth in, for instance, the U.S.A, Jordan, Pakistan, Tajikistan, China, Hong Kong, Korea, Indonesia, Israel, Taiwan, Myanmar, and Iraq. He currently has funded grants in Tajikistan, Pakistan, and Iraq.

Expertise:

Cross-cultural psychology, peace studies, social justice, emotion recognition, and sports for youth development.

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