Faculty and Staff
Steve Byrne
Assistant Professor Counseling
Alfred University Contact Info
Office Location: Science Center 416
Department: Counseling & School Psychology  
Office Hours: Mon: 1-3
Tue: 11-12
Wed: 11-12

Fri: 1-2
 
Phone: 607.871.2857  
Email:    
Education
Psy.D.: Clinical Psychology
Marywood University, May, 2009

M.A.: Psychology
Marywood University, May, 2007

B.A.: Psychology
Boston College, May, 2002

Background
Classes Taught
COUN 626 - Assessment in Counseling (Fall)

COUN 639 - Group Counseling (Fall)

COUN 657 - Practicum II - School Counseling (Fall)

COUN 638 - Advanced Counseling Theory (spring)

COUN 615 - Psychopathology and Differential Diagnosis (Spring)

COUN 667 - Internship in School Counseling (spring)

HON 115 - Marriage and Romantic Partnerships (Spring)

Presentations
Byrne, J.S. O’Brien, E.J. (August, 2011). Peer Evaluations of Interpersonal Relationships in Narcissism vs. High Self-Esteem. Poster presented at the 119th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association.

Byrne, J.S. Yoder, J. (2011). Difficult Conversations in the Workplace: Learning from The Office. Presentation given at annual Student Development retreat, Alfred University.

Byrne, J.S., Fallon, M.A., Wood, E.J. (June, 2010). Getting in Tune with Your Students: Using Music in Therapy. Panel discussion held at the 28th Annual Counseling Centers of New York Conference.

Byrne, J.S., Kearney, A.E. (August, 2009). College Student Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training. Presentation to staff of Le Moyne College Residence Life Department.

Rice, M.E., Meyer, B., Thompson, M., & Byrne, J.S. (June, 2009). I Don’t Want to Talk About It: Overcoming Challenges to Working with Men in Therapy. Panel discussion held at the 27th Annual Counseling Centers of New York Conference.

Byrne, J.S. & O’Brien, E.J. (August, 2008). Narcissism, Anger, and Social Rejection Processes in Online Communication: An Experimental Study. Poster presented at the 116th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association.



Areas of Concentration
Research interests: Narcissism, Trauma, Counseling Outcome and Process, Relationships