A retired child psychologist based in Princeton, New Jersey, Beth Grosshans authored the book Beyond Time Out, which offers insights into how parents can balance love and good intentions with power and authority. To prepare for her more than two-decades-long career as a child psychologist, Beth Grosshans earned a PhD from Ohio State University.
In 2017, Ohio State University entered a partnership through which ENGIE Buckeye Operations would maintain electricity, cooling, and heating utility systems on the Columbus campus. After two years, the partnership has resulted in multiple sustainability and energy management improvements. In part, these include replacing 108,700 light fixtures with LED technology (which offers higher efficiency) and establishing around 375 smart meters (which allows ENGIE to manage the campus's utility system in real time).
More improvements are planned for year three, pending approval from Ohio State’s board of trustees. Central to the improvements is the construction of a combined heat and power plant. In its first full year of operation, the plant would reduce the Columbus campus’s carbon footprint by up to about one-third.
Before becoming a clinical child psychologist, Beth Grosshans attended the University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio where she earned a bachelor of arts in psychology. Beth Grosshans also attended Ohio State University (OSU) in Columbus, Ohio where she earned both a masters and doctorate in psychology.
The Department of Psychology at Ohio State University is known as one of the nation's top-ranked psychology departments, featuring seven different research opportunity programs. Founded in 1907, the department of psychology has graduated over 2,000 doctoral students, who have professional practices around the world. The Department of Psychology at OSU includes at least 50 professors, many recognized for their contributions to the field of psychology both nationally and internationally.
The doctor of psychology program at OSU includes seven fields of study that range from behavioral neuroscience and clinical psychology to social and quantitative psychology. Students who complete their doctor of psychology program are able to find careers in areas like industrial and organizational psychologists as well as neuropsychologist or clinical psychologists among others.
An author and clinical child psychologist with more than 25 years of experience working with children and families, Dr. Beth Grosshans ran a private practice for close to 17 years. A charitable individual who divides her time between Manhattan in New York and Bucks County in Pennsylvania, Dr. Beth Grosshans supports several nonprofit organizations, including Planned Parenthood.
Founded more than 100 years ago in Brooklyn, New York, Planned Parenthood supports women’s health by offering information and treatment related to sex, health, and family planning. The New York City branch (PPNYC) opened in 1923 with additional facilities opening in the Bronx and another in Manhattan in 1930. Over the years, the organization has established centers in all of New York’s boroughs, the most recent one opening in Long Island in 2015.
In March 2016, the PPNYC announced that social workers could earn continuing education credits through its training institute, which offers courses on sexual and reproductive health. The New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work chose PPNYC to provide credit for licensed master social workers (LMSWs) and licensed clinical social workers (LCSWs) in the state. It also offers credit for certified health education specialists (CHES).
Experienced Psychologist Beth Grosshans Lectures on Child Development