Every choice and decision alters your trajectory in life.
Most of the time, we know how to follow our own roadmaps; we know where and who we are, where we want to go, and what we want from the journey.
Sometimes, however, a guide can be helpful to help you determine which path you want to take, and what you might want to take with you as you travel.
My core intent is to help clients evaluate the current state of things, brainstorm to develop one or more options, and collaborate in putting those options into action.
Evaluate. Brainstorm. Collaborate.
- August 2012 – Present: Licensed Clinical Psychologist #003217, State of Connecticut; Department of Public Health
- July 2016 – Present: Independent Practice in Psychology with Julie A Keen, LLC
- August 2011 – July 2016: Post-doctorate training and Licensed Psychologist at Integrated Wellness Group, New Haven, CT
- August 2010 – July 2011: APA-accredited doctorate internship with Miami-Dade County Department of Human Services, Miami, FL
- May 2009 – August 2010: Clinician with Birth-to-Three program at Child Guidance Clinic in Springfield, MA
- September 2006 – September 2011: Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.), University of Hartford, Graduate Institute of Professional Psychology (APA Accredited Program), West Hartford, CT
- September 2006 – June 2008: Master of Arts, Clinical Practices in Psychology, September 200, University of Hartford, Department of Psychology, West Hartford, CT
- September 2000 – May 2004: Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
- Adjunct Faculty, University of Hartford:
- Adjunct Faculty, Southern Connecticut State University
- Adjunct Faculty, Manchester Community College
- History and Systems of Psychology (Doctoral Level; Spring 2014)
- Personality Theories (Doctoral Level; Fall 2013)
- Psychology of Adjustment (Undergraduate Level; Fall 2009)
- Graduate Assistant for Psychological Assessment Series (Doctoral Level; Fall 2007-Spring 2009)
- Research Design (Master’s Level; Fall 2012)
- Introduction to Psychology (Undergraduate Level; Spring 2012)
- American Psychological Association
- Connecticut Psychological Association