Soye Zaid-Muhammad, PsyD

Adjunct Lecturer

Building

25 Broadway

Office

7th Floor

Phone

(212) 925-6625

Fax

(212) 925-0963

Soye Zaid-Muhammad, PsyD

Profile

Soye is a member of Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society, Psi Chi National Honor Society in Psychology, the Golden Key National Honor Society, and the City College Alumni Association. He is a past student affiliate of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), and the American Psychological Association (APA, Division 1-Society of General Psychology).

Education

Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) - School-Clinical Child Psychology – Pace University

Master of Science and Education (M.S.Ed.) – School Psychology – Pace University

Master of Arts (M.A.)  General Psychology (CCNY)

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Psychology/Liberal Arts (CCNY-CWE) [Summa Cum Laude]

Advanced certificate in Educational Leadership and Administration- School Building Leader- College of Saint Rose.

Advanced certificate in Educational Leadership and Administration- School District Leader- College of Saint Rose.

NYS Certified School Psychologist (2008)

NJ Certified School Psychologist (2012)

National Certification in School Psychology (2012)

 

He is has completed a Clinical Psychology training rotation at St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center, and recently served on a number of NIMH and NCI-sponsored research projects at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.

Courses Taught

Psychology in the Modern World (PSY 10204)

Psychological Testing (PSY 31644)

Organizational Behavior (PSY 26904)

Psychology of Work (PSY 23904)

Community Psychology (PSY 35704)

Research Interests

 Soye’s clinical interests include personality and IQ assessment, the diagnoses and treatment of nonverbal learning disabilities in school-aged children, and psychological resilience among at-risk youth. His research interests include mental health service needs of families impacted by HIV/AIDS; HIV+ African-American male caregivers’ perceptions and concerns about life events affecting their children; cancer prevention; and cancer survivorship.