Ragaa Mazen

Title:Adjunct Professor, Director of the Master of Human Services Program
Background:B.A. Psychology (Honors), Ein Shams University, Cairo, Egypt
M.S. Psychology, Yale University
Ph.D. Psychology, Yale University
Office:Aquinas Hall, Room 110
Phone:(203) 773-8574
  • PY 531 Psychological Assessment
  • PY 532 Personality Structure and Dynamics
  • HS 551 Cultural and Diversity Issues
  • HS 660 Capstone Seminar (MSHS)

I started teaching in the United States in 1967. As a professor, my students and my teaching are very important to me. I am highly rewarded when I witness the professional accomplishments of my students in the fields of Psychology and Human Services making a difference in peoples' lives in their communities.

Publications & Awards

Honorary Ph.D. in Humane Letters (2012) for contributions to AMC.

Recognition award for contributions to the profession of art therapy by the Connecticut Art Therapy Association.

Title of Professor Emeritus from SCSU.

National Certification in Counseling

I have developed and co-developed a number of programs at Southern Connecticut State University and at Albertus Magnus College. At AMC I developed an undergraduate program in Human Services and co-developed a Master of Science in Human Services.

I have also developed a Master of Arts in Art Therapy program -- the only one in the State of Connecticut.

Professional Affiliations:

Member, American Art Therapy Association

Member, American Counselor Association

Member, New England Psychological Association

Member, American Mental Health Counselors Association


Ragaa Mazen