Paulette Moore Hines, Ph.D. is the Clinician Administrator for the Office of Prevention Services and Research, a division of University Behavioral HealthCare, University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey. The Office of Prevention Services and Research provides a range of prevention-oriented activities to community-based organizations, community groups, schools, faith-based institutions, and government agencies.
Dr. Hines joined the staff of UMDNJ in 1977; during her tenure,
she has been a catalyst for innovative preventive services. She has extensive
experience in clinical practice; prevention-oriented program administration,
program design, program implementation, training, consultation, and program
evaluation and research; family therapy training and supervision. She is the
prinicpal or co-investigator on numerous federal and state grants concerned
with a host of issues including violence against yough, AIDS, unwanted/unplanned
pregnancies, and school drop-out. In addition, Dr. Hines is also a Clinical
Assistant Professor at UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical Medical School and
is on the faculty of the Family Institute of New Jersey. She is a member of
the American Academy of Family Therapists and maintains Approved Supervisor
status with the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.
Dr. Hines is the author of a number of articles, chapters and book reviews and has made numerous conference presentations on the topics of youth violence, African American families, multi-problem families, and culturally-based intervention. Her portfolio includes: Making Better Choices - an intensive life skills training program for middle-aged youth that focuses on STD's, violence, pregnancy, and SANKOFA-an innovative conflict-resolution and violence prevention training program for adolescents and their parents.
Dr. Hines has a Ph.D. degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Delaware. She has been a licensed psychologist in the State of New Jersey since 1979 where she maintains a private practice. Dr. Hines also currently serves as Chief Psychologist for University Behavioral HealthCare.