Dr. Fran Trotman

Title: Psychologist
Company: Dr Trotman LLC
Location:  Weehawken, New Jersey, United States

Dr. Fran Trotman, Psychologist at Dr Trotman LLC, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Doctors for dedication, achievements, and leadership in psychology.

Drawing on many years of professional and life experience, Dr. Trotman has excelled as a licensed psychologist operating out of her private practice since 1979. Proud to have made a difference in the lives of others as the founder and director of the Contemporary Counseling and Psychotherapy Institute between 1979 and 2020, she has been additionally active as a professor, chair and director for the Graduate Department of Psychological Counseling at Monmouth University, where she also developed the Graduate Division of Professional Counseling as the first ACA accredited program in the state of New Jersey. Furthermore, she had success in consulting and clinical psychology with the Afro-American Educational Center, the New York Women’s House of Detention, the Institute for Counseling and Psychotherapy and at the Englewood Community Mental Health Center as their chief psychologist. During the early stages of her career, Dr. Trotman expanded upon her expertise in education as an instructor at Drew University, Antioch College, City University of New York, and Fairleigh Dickinson University, as she also co-founded a school and health care facility in Santa Maria de Guido in Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico. 

An expert in her field, Dr. Trotman holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Sociology, and a Master of Science in Education specializing in guidance and counseling from the City University of New York, as well as a Master of Philosophy and a PhD in Counseling Psychology, both degrees from Columbia University. In recognition of her work, she received the Psychologist’s Recognition Award from the New Jersey Psychological Association, an Ancestor’s Award through the Association of Black Psychology, the Feminist Pioneer Award from the Association for Women in Psychology, the Best of VISTAS Award from the American Counseling Association, and the “Heritage Award” from the American Psychological Association, for “Her Exemplary and Highly Distinguished Contributions to the Psychology of Women” as well as the “Pioneer for the Psychology of Women” award from the Association of Women in Psychology, among her many other accolades. Attributing her success to the fact that she had to learn about the struggles of life at an early age, Dr. Trotman will continue in private practice and in her services for the courts as a certified “Expert Witness” while she also continues to enjoy and support her colleagues, friends and family in the coming years.

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