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Judith T. Herzberg, PhD

Assistant Professor, The Donald Everett Axinn Division of Social Sciences


  • PhD, Human Services, Walden University
  • MA, Behavioral Sciences, Kean University
  • BA, Business Administration and English, Rutgers Unversity

Courses Taught

  • Community Agencies
  • Introduction to Human Services
  • Community Based Intervention and Advocacy
  • Diversity in the United States
  • Ethics for Human Service Practitioners
  • Group Process and Facilitation
  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Case Management
  • Organizational Psychology

Academic Research/Interests

My academic research has focused on best practices for human service practitioners working for social change and justice. In conjunction with researching general practice, I have also investigated the impact a practitioner’s ethics has on his or her interventions. In 2015, I published a text titled "Foundations in Human Services Practice: A Generalist Perspective on Individual, Agency, and Community." A new book, "Ethics in Human Services," is in progress. Finally, I am exploring how hegemonic forces perpetuate poverty.

Areas of Expertise

Diversity Training, Curriculum Development, Nonprofit Systems, and Community Development

On Being at SVC

My experience as a faculty member at SVC has been only positive. My students and colleagues have been welcoming, the learning environment is vibrant, and the setting is stunningly beautiful. I am delighted to be at SVC, and I hope to contribute to its mission and success.

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