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Sunhee Jang Eissenstat, PHD

Department : Psychiatric Rehabilitation And Counseling Professions

Academic Title: Assistant Professor

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Degree Degree Source Year Awarded
BA Korea University 2011
MA Korea University 2013
PHD Penn State 2018
Title Authors Where and When
Understanding organizational citizenship behavior: the counselor’s role Eissenstat, S. J., & Lee, Y. International Journal of Workplace Health Management, 10(6): 491 – 507, 2017
Linking hope factors, barriers to employment and health outcomes for individuals living with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Coduti, W., Eissenstat, S. J., & Conyers, M. L. Work, 61, 2018
A Longitudinal Examination of the Causes and Effects of Burnout Based on the Job Demands-Resources Model Lee, Y. S. & Eissenstat, S. J. International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance, 18(3). 337-354, 2018
United We Stand: Narrative Study to Aid the Counseling Profession in Developing a Coherent Identity Eissenstat, S. J., & Bohecker, L The Qualitative Report, 23(6): 1314-1333, 2018
Career decision making for Korean international college students: Acculturation and networking. Carnivale, K. & Eissenstat, S. J. Career Development Quaterly, 66 (1): 49-63, 2018
An application of work engagement in the job demands-resources model to career development: Assessing gender differences Lee, Y. S. & Eissenstat, S. J. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 29(2): 143-161, 2018
Examining the use of planned happenstance with students of Korean cultural backgrounds in the United States Eissenstat, S. J. & Nadermann, K. Journal of Career Development 46 (4), 455-468, 2019
The Role of Illness Identity in Assertive Community Treatment Waynor, B., Eissenstat, S. J., Yanos, P., Reinhard-Wood, D., Taylor, E., Karyczak, S. & Lu, W. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin 1-8, 2019
Foundations for Living: Evaluation of an Integrated Employment and Housing Program for People Living with HIV Chiu, J., Conyers, L. M., Eissenstat, S. J. & Misrok, M. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, Published online on Oct. 1.2020
A Mediation Model: Fighting Internalized Stigma to Create Hope for People Living with Serious Mental Illness Waynor, B., Eissenstat, S. J., Karyczak, S. Reinhard-Wood, D., & Talyor, E. The Journal of Rehabilitation, 86(4). 42-47, 2020
Poor Physical Health: A Major Barrier to Employment among Individuals with Serious Mental Illness Gao, N., Eissenstat, S. J., & Giacobbe, G. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation. 52(1), 101-108, 2020
Nutritional Intake Differences among Ethnic Groups and Risks of Depression Eissenstat, S. J., Gao, N., Radler, D., & Oh, T. L. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 22(6). 1141-1148, 2020
Five Licensure Portability Models for the Counseling Profession to Consider Bohecker, L. & Eissenstat, S. J. Journal of Counseling & Development, 98(2), 220-229. 2020
Research Interests
Physical and Mental Wellness, Vocational Rehabilitation, Career Counseling, Online Counselor Education, Licensure Portability.
Research Grants
Title Sponsor Effective Dates Role
A Comparison of On-line and In-person Counseling Internship Courses Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Research Council Grants Program FY 2019-2020 Spring Cycle Principle Investigator
Title Details
1  2019 12 20 SunHee J. Eissenstat is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Psychiatric Rehabilitation & Counseling Professions. She received her Ph. D. from the Counselor Education and Supervision program, and a Graduate Minor in Statistics at Pennsylvania State University. She earned her master’s degree in counseling from Korea University in Seoul, South Korea. Dr. Eissenstat co-authored several publications in peer-reviewed journals in the counseling and human development fields. Her main research interest is career development, and her recent work has focused on the vocational rehabilitation of marginalized populations, including people with disabilities. Currently, Dr. Eissenstat is expanding her research interests to include the overall recovery of people living with severe mental illness. Additionally, she is contributing her expertise in research design and data analysis with her colleagues at Rutgers University.

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