Psychology and Counseling

Marywood's Department of Psychology and Counseling provides a wide range of programs designed to serve the varied interests and diverse professional orientations of our students. For over 50 years, we have been involved in the training of psychologists, counselors, and other mental health professionals and have helped students to find their purpose and passion for careers in business, law, education, research, and community work. The Psychology and Counseling department offers degree programs on the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels, in addition to post-master's programs. Our rigorous curriculum is based on experimental learning, a strong emphasis on clinical skills, and a focus on leadership, diversity, advocacy, and collaboration.

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Accreditations

Institutional:
Middles States Commission on Higher Education

Program-related:

Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program (Psy.D.) | American Psychological Association (APA) Accredited. For further information about the accreditation of this program, contact the APA office of Program Consultation and Accreditation, American Psychological Association.

M.S. Counselor Education (PK-12 School Counseling) | The Marywood University graduate program in Counselor Education has been accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) and approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education.

M.A. Mental Health Counseling | The Marywood University graduate program in Mental Health Counseling has been accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).

Professional Memberships

Marywood Psychology & Counseling faculty are members and fellows of numerous regional, national, and international professional organizations; this is a partial listing:

About The Psychology and Counseling Department

Specifically, the Pschology/Counseling Department strives to:

  • Educate students in understanding the complexity and diversity of human behavior
  • Develop the ability to think critically, understand research, research methodology, techniques of data collection and analysis, and respect for scientifically derived knowledge
  • Educate students to develop and implement assessment and intervention strategies associated with individual and group behavior
  • Facilitate students' understanding of varied roles, obligations, and ethics of human service providers and researchers
  • Develop competencies to critically evaluate and contribute to research in the fields of psychology and counseling.

Psychology and Counseling Faculty

Dwayne Albright
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Kelsey Allison
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Stuart Badner
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Dr. Jennifer Barna
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Renee Berry
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Anthony Biduck
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James S. Byrne
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Sister Gail Cabral, IHM, Ph.D.
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Dr. C. Estelle Campenni
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Dr. Brooke J Cannon
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Denise Cocco
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Thomas Conroy
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Dr. Edward J. Crawley
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Kevin Creegan
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Cara-Jean Dougherty
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Sarah Edelman
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Heather Lynn Fiedler
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Samantha Lynn Fitz-Gerald
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Allison Fruehan-Nah
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Hilary Furmanchin
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Karen A Kotchik Hughes
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Dr. Bradley A. Janey
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Bertnie Jeanniton
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Caroline M. Johanson
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Amanda Yarosh Katchur
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Amanda Khozouri
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Amy Krukovitz
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Michael Lavin
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Carlie Leaman
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Amanda Neri Luchansky
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Margaret M. Mahoney, Ihm
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Hannah Martello
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Cassandra McMillen
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Lindsay Morton
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Dr. Janet L. Muse-Burke
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Tara O'Neil
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Dr. David J. Palmiter
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Derek Parker
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Lindsay Phillips
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Alicia Dawn Pica
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Bree Riley
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Karen Rossmell
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Jila Rusavage
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Jessica Rusbatch
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Aniela Scanlon
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Lori R. Sebastiani
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Amanda Maxine Silva
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Kevin Snow
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Alexa Strelecki
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Joseph Teeple
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Tyshawn Thompson
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Susan Turell
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Psychology Research Laboratories

Cognitive and Perceptual Sciences Laboratory
McGowan 1068
Dr. Edward J. Crawley
crawley@maryu.marywood.edu
Basic research on the processes underlying human memory and attention

Counseling Training Lab
McGowan 2006-2010
Dr. Bradley Janey
janey@marywood.edu
Counseling Skills Training Space

Mindfulness Lab
McGowan 1061D
Dr. C. Estelle Campenni
campenni@maryu.marywood.edu
Research exploring the effects of mandala coloring on mindfulness, mood, and state anxiety; Research focused on understanding if intolerance for uncertainty mediates the relationship between mindfulness and psychological distress; Qualitative investigations of naturally occurring experiences of mindfulness

Social Psychology Lab
McGowan 1071
Dr. Lindsay C. Morton
lcmorton@maryu.marywood.edu
Basic research using correlational and experimental methods to explore social psychological phenomena

Psychology Library
McGowan 1052
This space is for student research and is part of the Curriculum Laboratory, which contains books and journals related to psychology.

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