I am a licensed clinical psychologist. I decided that I wanted to be a clinical psychologist when I was 15 years old and a sophomore in high school. That decision sparked a flame in me that started a 10-year journey that culminated with my PhD. And that Flame continues to burn. I have over 25 years of clinical experience. My current services include individual and couples therapy, and psychological assessment for college students.
Having a PhD coach allows students to prioritize finishing their program with a lot less struggle, especially when there are few resources available in their programs. I help guide students step-by-step through the PhD process (especially the dissertation) based on my expertise as an actively practicing dissertation chair (since 2001) and a licensed clinical psychologist (since 1995).
Part of my goal as a researcher is to make research on human behavior usable for the tax payers who pay for federally-sponsored research. So, I use my book series “5 Ugly Facts About Human Behavior” to translate decades of research on common human behavior issues into every day language for use by every day people. My books are engaging, easy to read, and filled with solutions that can be used right away.
Dr. Jenn Moved Me Forward!!
Dr. Jennifer Rounds-Bryant
Let me first say that I love, love, love being a clinical psychologist!! This career has been far more than I could have ever imagined. I selected it because it would allow me to play many roles under the auspices of being a helper. I have worn many of the hats that were possible when I started researching the profession in 1983, along with a few hats that did not even exist when I graduated in 1995. I am very passionate about using psychology to help people move forward toward their personal, professional, and academic goals. I am very sensitive to the benefit of collaboration versus the struggle of working alone. Most people who accomplish great things do so with a team of helpers. I am no exception to that rule. I look at my work as a psychologist as a way to pay forward the help I have received all along my journey.