Assistant Clinical Professore firstname.lastname@example.org
PhD, Counseling Psychology, Boston College, 2000
MEd, Concentration in Risk and Prevention, Harvard Graduate School of Education, 1993
BA, Psychology-Sociology, Wesleyan University, 1990
Prior to joining Regis College in 2001, Dr. Webster worked in the Department of Psychiatry at Cambridge Hospital in Cambridge, MA as Clinical Instructor of Psychology. She was also an Instructor at Boston College and a Teacher’s Apprentice at Wesleyan University. She is currently a practicing psychologist, providing therapy, including behavioral medicine work, for children, adolescents and families and is a member of the American Psychological Association, Division 17 and Massachusetts Psychological Association.
Publications and Presentations
Kenny, M., Lomax, R., and Webster, H. “Contributions of attachment security to depressogenic cognitions and levels of depressive symptoms.” In K. O’Brien (Chair), Current Applications of Attachment Theory to Vocational and Psychological Well Being. Symposium conducted at the American Psychological Association Convention, Chicago, IL, August 1997.
Rzepnicki, T., Schuerman, J., Johnson, P., Webster, H., and Rick, S. “Evaluation of the Family First Reunification Program of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, Final Report.” Chicago, Illinois: Chapin Hall Center for Children, The University of Chicago, 1994.
Webster, H. “Emotional Reactions of College Students from Divorced vs. Non-divorced Families to Christmas” (Unpublished undergraduate thesis, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT, 1990).
Webster, H., and Kenny, M. “Parental Attachments, Social Supports and Depressive Symptoms in Adolescence.” Poster presented at the annual American Psychological Association Conference, Washington, DC.
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