Jennifer M. Lexington, Ph.D.

Position at CCPH: Interim Coordinator of Training, Coordinator of Doctoral Psychology Internship

Year joined UMass: 2005

Clinical Interests: As the coordinator of our APA accredited Doctoral Psychology Internship program and, in an interim role of all training programs at CCPH, I am passionate about mentoring, supervising, teaching, and contributing to the growth and development of our trainees.  In working with clients, I am particularly interested in women’s health, GLBTQ issues, anxiety, academic issues, and complex trauma.

Education:     Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA 2007; M.A. in Clinical Psychology, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA 2003; B.S. in Psychobiology, State University of New York (SUNY) at Binghamton, Binghamton, NY 1999

Professional Experience: Staff Psychologist, Coordinator of Doctoral Psychology Training, University of Massachusetts-Amherst Center for Counseling and Psychological Health, 2007-current; Adjunct Professor, Springfield College Psychology Department, 2012-2015; Adjunct Professor, Antioch University Clinical Psychology Psy.D. Program, 2010-2015; Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Massachusetts-Amherst Center for Counseling and Psychological Health, 2006-2007; Psychology Intern, University of Massachusetts-Amherst Center for Counseling and Psychological Health, 2005-2006

Certifications/Licenses: Psychologist and Health Service Provider: Commonwealth of Massachusetts License # 8778

More about me: One of my primary passions is providing education and supervision to therapists in training.  From teaching courses ranging from psychopharmacology to psychotherapy to training interns and fellows in psychology and social work, it is an honor to mentor and shape our wonderful trainees and training program every year.  I am also deeply committed to guiding my clients in the processes of change and growth, a job that is both inspiring and challenging on a daily basis.