Welcome Danielle Adams! – New Sport Psychology Academic Counselor Dr. Julie Cosenza did a sterling job guiding Sport Psychology students over the past three months. Thanks Julie! Julie has now passed the baton to Danielle Adams. Welcome Danielle! Danielle is based at the Pleasant Hill campus (Room S202) and she has a Virtual Office listed […]
Once in a while, an individual comes along who completely embodies the idea of perseverance; an individual whose determination to overcome all odds is at once inspiring and astonishing. Dr. Alette Coble-Temple is one such individual. Born with cerebral palsy, Dr. Alette Coble-Temple has gone on to earn a clinical doctorate degree, become a licensed […]
For individuals interested in sport psychology and in working in a clinical setting and/or using clinical psychology skills in working with clients, John F. Kennedy University is pleased to offer an innovative program that enables individuals to work toward earning an MA in Sport Psychology and a PsyD degree concurrently. This program provides a unique […]
Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) program is for those seeking the highest level of education and training available for hands-on practitioners in the field of psychology. Graduates of this program meet the requirements to apply for licensure as a psychologist in the state of California.
The College of Psychology at John F. Kennedy University offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate degree programs in counseling psychology, sport psychology, holistic counseling psychology and consciousness and transformative studies. Our PsyD program provides the foundational concepts and guiding principles of scientific psychology, preparing students for licensure as a psychologist. All programs are […]
Brian Alexander, M.A. ’15, has been writing and presenting up a storm so far this year, with numerous published blogs and articles as well as presentations for USA Water Polo athletes. As a USA Water Polo Mental Skills Coach, Brian presented at the Water Polo Coaches Association with a presentation entitled, “Learn, Plan, Perform: A […]
There is no way around it. Working in a legal environment is stressful. The number of cases, deadlines, and incredible weight of the responsibility you are shouldering as a legal professional can add up to paralegals and attorneys feeling overwhelmed and stressed. Add to that, that the legal culture encourages and expects working long hours, […]