Jennifer Dealy, Ph.D.
|Title||Assistant Professor of Psychology/Faculty Advisor|
|Background||B.A., Assumption College|
M.A., University of Connecticut
Ph.D., University of Connecticut
|Office||Aquinas Hall, Room G2|
|Courses||PY111 Introduction to Psychology|
PY555 Advanced Counseling II
|Description||As an Assistant Professor of Psychology and a Faculty Academic Advisor, I get to spend my time focused on two of my passions - teaching and working with students to help them achieve their personal, academic, and professional goals. I recently graduated from the University of Connecticut's doctoral program in Human Development and Family Studies with concentrations in Marriage and Family Therapy and Intervention, Prevention, and Wellness. I greatly enjoy working with students as a professor, advisor, and research mentor. My research thus far has focused on community and school-based interventions with at-risk populations, therapeutic paradigms for parents and children, and high conflict divorce. In addition to teaching, advising, and research, I am a practicing Marriage and Family Therapist at a group private practice.|
My office is located on the first floor of Thomas Aquinas Hall, G2. Send me an email email@example.com or stop by. I am happy to discuss career and research interests, plans of study, graduate school questions, or just learn more about you and your experience at Albertus!
Dealy, J. A., Mudrick, H. B., & Robinson, J. L. (2019). Children's narrative story stem responses: Contributions of executive functioning and language proficiency to relationship representations. Social Development, 28(1), 168-185.
Dealy, J.A., Parent, D., Gurmen, S., Anderson, S., Mulroy, A. A., Kraimer-Rickaby, L. Kimball Baker, L. (2017). Skills for cooperative co-parenting. Storrs, CT: University of Connecticut.
Mansfield, A. K., Keitner, G. I., & Dealy, J. A. (2015). The Family Assessment Device: An Update. Family Process, 54 (1), 82-93.
Mansfield, A. K., Dealy, J. A., & Keitner, G. I. (2013). Family functioning and income: Does low- income status impact family functioning? The Family Journal, 21(3), 297-305.
Mansfield, A. K., Dealy, J. A., & Keitner, G. I. (2012). Family interventions for bipolar disorder: A review of the literature. Neuropsychiatry, 2(3), 231-238.
Sheeran, T., Greenberg, R. L., Davan, L. A., Dealy, J. A., Young, R. C., & Bruce, M. L. (2012). A descriptive study of older bipolar disorder residents living in New York City's adult congregate facilities. Bipolar Disorders, 14(7), 756-763.
Sheeran, T., Dealy, J., & Rabinowitz, T. (2012). Geriatric Telemental Health. In K. Myers & C. Turvey (Eds.), Telemental Health: Clinical, Technical and Administrative Foundations (pp. 171-189). London: Elsevier.