Page, Gregory

Page Gregory
Dr. Gregory Page
Associate Professor of Psychology
Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences
Contact Information: 
235B Swarts Hall

Degrees and Credentials:
M.L.S. Legal Studies, University of Nebraska-Lincoln 2002
Ph.D. Counseling Psychology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln 2000
M.S. Clinical Psychology, Emporia State University 1991
B.A. Psychology, Nebraska Wesleyan University 1989

Academic Focus:
Dr. Page teaches Introduction to Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, and Counseling Psychology.

Short Bio:
He recently completed a post-doctoral fellowship in the Psychology/Law program at the University of Nebraska, focusing on forensic psychology and the legal system.  Greg has worked clinically in a variety of settings including corrections, forensics, acute psychiatric, and outpatient mental health. His clinical interests are in forensic and juvenile settings.

Research, Accomplishments, and Publications:
Greg's current research focus is on treatment and clinical assessments for juvenile sex offenders. He is also interested in integrating psychological principles in the legal system.