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Barbara Nash

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Natural and Applied Sciences
Ed.D., Western Michigan University, 1984
MA, Western Michigan University, 1977
BA, Vassar College, 1974
Office: Jennison Hall 140 | 781.891._2158 | bnash@bentley.edu
                       


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Bio

Licensed clinical psychologist, Diplomate of the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology. Post-Doctoral Training at Upham House, McLean Hospital, Belmont, MA. Special interests include Clinical and Abnormal Psychology, Genetics and Gender, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, EMDR, and treatment of psychological trauma. Consulting and training interests include: training community workers in clinical and counseling skills for the Widowed Person's Support Group, Hospice West, Michigan Judicial Institute, and crisis centers; leading seminars on communication for couples, personality assessment, listening skills, and time and stress management for the Emerson Hospital Community Service Program, MultiGroup (an HMO) and the New England School Development Council. Conducted Process Communication Seminars for Prime Computer Company, South Shore Mental Health Center, The Suffolk University Higher Education Management Institute Faculty Colloquium Series and the Learning Resource Center. Program Administrator for Learning International (formerly Xerox Learning Systems). Taught at Suffolk University and Middlesex Community College. Member of the Service Learning Faculty Advisory Board.

Teaching Interests

Abnormal Psychology/Psychopathology, Introductory Psychology, Genetics and Gender

Consulting/Practice Interests

Clinical Psychology, Abnormal Psychology/Psychopathology, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Genetics and Gender, Psychology of Women, EMDR, Treatment of psychological trauma

Service

University Service
Committee Member for Service Learning Faculty Advisory Board - Present

Public Service
Civilian Emergency Response Team, 2008 - 2014
Concord Medical Reserve Corps, 2008 - 2014