Julie Jackson - PsyD
Assistant Professor, PsyD Director of Clinical Training (DCT), Counseling Psychology, Graduate Psychology
PsyD, Clinical Psychology, Adler University
MA, Marriage and Family Therapy, Adler University
BA, Psychology, University of Michigan
Dr. Julie Jackson has been a faculty member at The Mount since Fall 2015. She has taught in the undergraduate psychology, traditional graduate psychology and ¡Enlaces! graduate psychology programs. Currently, Dr. Jackson is the PsyD Director of Clinical Training. She has a private practice where she works with children, adolescents, adults, and families with trauma, anxiety, low cognitive functioning, ADHD/ODD/CD and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Dr. Jackson completed her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She completed her Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the APA Accredited Adler University in Chicago, Illinois.
Dr. Jackson has worked in community-based mental health settings focusing on areas of ADHD/ODD/CD, domestic violence, school-based services (public, private, and therapeutic day programs), community violence, and inpatient treatment. Additionally, Dr. Jackson has co-created evidence-based protocols for faith-based HIV prevention and family therapy for children/teens exposed to community violence.
Dr. Jackson’s research interests include ADHD and family functioning, personality pairings of clinicians and clients, impact of faith on HIV prevention, social development of biracial individuals and the impact of community violence on academic functioning and success.