Publications

Books:

Gersten, A. (2013). Integrative Assessment: A Guide for Counselors. Boston, MA: Pearson.

Peer Reviewed Publications:

Gersten, A.H., Mears, G.F., Baldwin,C.L., Roberts,S., Gaertner, D., & Bartley, J.L. (2013). The Development of intentionality: training and supervision Implications. The Clinical Supervisor, 32:1, 70-89.

Tepas, D.I., Duchon, J.C. & Gersten, A.H.(1993). Shiftwork and the Older Worker. Experimental Aging Research, (19), 295-320.

Gersten, A.H. (1987). Shiftworker change in psychological well-being over a three year interval. In Oginski, A. Pokorski, J. & Rutenfranz, J.(eds.) Contemporary Advances in Shiftwork Research, Krakow.

Gersten, A.H., Duchon, J., Tepas, D., & Mahan, R.(1985). The effect of age, gender, and work schedule on subjective sleep length. Sleep Research, 14.

Tepas, D.I., Gersten, A. & Duchon, J.C., & Carlson, M.L. (1984). A three-year follow up survey of the sleep and health of experienced rotating shift workers. In I.E. Eustance (ed.), XXI International Congress on Occupational Health, Dublin.

Invited Workshops and Presentations:

Gersten, A. (2014).  Helping Students Manage Stress and Build Resiliency. Workshops presented at The Education Collaborative, EDCO and  Dedham, MA School District

Gersten, A. (2013). DSM-5 Childhood disorders: Changes and Continuity in DSM. Workshop presented at the Massachusetts School Psychologists Association, Framingham, MA.

Gersten, A. (2012). October. DSM-5: The Potential Consequences for Children, Adolescents, and Clinicians. Workshop presented at the New Hampshire Psychological Association, Nashua, NH.

Gersten, A. (2011, March). Counselor and Client Self-Report Questionnaires: DSM-5 Meets Current Clinical Practice. Workshop presented at the American Counseling Association Annual Conference, New Orleans.

Gersten, A. (2007, November). Interpersonal Problem Solving Skills, Tenth Annual Best Practices Conference on Education For All Children, New Hampshire School Administrators Association & NH Association of Special Education Administrators.