Aymer, Samuel | PhD

Associate Professor
Phone: (212) 396-7555
Office: 456
Email: saymer@hunter.cuny.edu
Areas of Expertise:
Intimate Partner Abuse
Trauma/Community Violence
Mental Health/Clinical Practice
Application of Psychodynamic Theories in Clinical Practice with Diverse Client Populations
Clinical Practice with Men and Adolescent Males

Ph.D., New York University, School of Social Work
M.S.W., Adelphi University School of Social Work

Practice Lab
Clinical Practice with Individuals and Families
Human Behavior in the Social Environment I & II

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Aymer, S. R. (2016). "I Can't Breathe": A case study --Helping Black men cope with race-related trauma stemming from police killing and brutality. The journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment. DOI 10.1080/10911359.2015.1132828.

Ann Marie Garrana*, Samuel Aymer, Caroline Rosenthal Gelman & Joshua L. Miller (2015). Team-Teaching Anti-Oppression with Diverse Faculty: Challenges and Opportunities. Social Work Education, DOI:10.1080/02615479.2015.1062086.

Aymer, S.R. (2010). A Case for Including the “Lived Experience” of African American Men in Batterers’ TreatmentJournal of African American Studies. 3, 352-366.

Aymer, S.R. (2010). Beyond Invisibility: Psychosocial Reflections on How President Obama's Image Can Affect Young African American MalesJournal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment. 20, 827-837.

Aymer, S.R. (2010). The case of Edward: Exploration of Intraracial Dynamics and Internalized Oppression in the Context of Clinical Practice,Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services, 91, 287-292.

Aymer, S.R. (2010). Clinical Practice with African American Men: What to Consider and What to Do. Smith College Studies in Social Work, 80:20-34

Aymer, S.R. (2009). Intimate Partner Abuse: A Case Study Involving a Father and a Son. Clinical Case Studies, 9, 3-17.