C. Matthew Nichols, Ph.D.
                                      Licensed Psychologist

O’Brien, M., Zinberg, J., De Silva, S., Nichols, C. M., (2007).  Staglin Music Festival Center for the Assessment and Prevention of Prodromal States (CAPPS), Adolescent Coping Skills Enhancement Group.  Copyright pending.


Grunebaum, M.F., Galfalvy, H.C., Nichols, C. M., Caldeira, N., Sher, L., Dervic, K., Burke, A.B., Printz, D.J., Mann, J.J,  Oquendo, M.A. (2006). Aggression and substance abuse in bipolar disorder. Bipolar Disorders, 8, 496-502.


Nichols, C. M.  (2006). Coping responses, psychological distress, and relationship satisfaction in male couples of serodiscordant HIV status.  Doctoral dissertation, Fordham University.


Giner, L., Nichols, C.M., Carballo, J.J., Zalsman, G., Oquendo, M.A. (2005).  Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors in adolescent suicide.  In J. Merrick & G. Zalsman (Eds.), Suicidal behavior in adolescence. An international perspective.  London.  Freund Publishing House.

Giner, L., Nichols, C. M., Zalsman, G., Oquendo, M. (2005).  Selective serotonin  reuptake inhibitors and the risk for suicide in adolescents: an update.  International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health, 17, (4), 211-221. 


Nichols, C. M., (2005).  Review of the book Suicide in children and adolescents.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2003.  International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health, 17(4), 311.


Fuertes, J. F., Bartolomeo, M., Nichols, C. M. (2001). Future research on counselor multicultural competencies.   Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development,29, 3-12.


Nichols, C. M.  (2001).  Exploration of psychology student’s attitudes toward hospital field work placements.  Poster session presented at Fordham University’s annual doctoral residency seminar, New York, NY.


Fuertes, J. F., Brobst, K., Nichols, C. M., Bartolomeo, M.  (August, 1999).   The role of counselors multicultural competencies in cross-cultural counseling.  Poster session presented at the 107th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.