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Joanne Jodry, Ed.D., D.M.H.

  • Assistant Professor

Department: Professional Counseling

Office: Graduate Center 106

Phone: 732-263-5115

Email: jjodry@monmouth.edu


Specializations in professional mental health counseling, with primary clinical interests in women’s issues throughout the life span, life crisis, and existential issues. Areas of interest in research include the interplay of psychology and religion (through a world religion perspective), the impact of therapeutic relationships on the therapist, and feminist counseling and its future impact on the mental health counseling field.

Education

DMH, Drew University

Ed.D., Argosy University (Sarasota)

Research Interests

Transformation travel research: Multicultural, personal and professional changes (Study of student transformation to India Service trip, which took place January 2019). Journal article completed January 2020. Submitting to Multicultural Counseling Journal. This will be an ongoing research project, survey for students and collections of their journals will continue from year to year before and after the service trip to India.

Books

Jodry, J. & Reid, M. (2019). Ecospirituality in M. Delaney (Ed.), Nature is Nurture: Counseling and the Natural World  (pp. 167-192). New York: Oxford Press.

Scholarly Articles

Jodry, J. & Reid, M. (2019). Acting theory applied to counseling: Stanislavski continues to contribute to psychic healing. Journal of Creativity in Mental Health.

Jodry, J. & McCleskey, K. (2019). Integrating feminist theory into cognitive behavioral approaches. Virginia Counseling Journal.

Presentations/Invited Talks

Jodry, J. (2019). Creating Spiritual Transformation through Service Travel: Educational, Clinical & Personal Implications. Workshop presented at a National conference for the Association of Spiritual and Ethical Values in Counseling in Colorado Springs, CO.

Jodry, J. (2019). Ecospirituality. Poster presented at a National conference for the Association of Spiritual and Ethical Values in Counseling in Colorado Springs, CO.

Awards

Grant in Creativity Award 2K toward Travel projects, 2019

Grant in Service Learning 1K toward Travel projects, 2019

Courses

Recently Taught Classes

2022 Fall

  • Theories of Counseling – PC 525
  • Transformational Travel for Counselors – PC 650

2022 Summer E

  • Substance Awareness in the Schools – PC 546
  • Theories of Counseling – PC 525

2022 Summer C

  • Counseling and Religion – PC 517

2022 Spring

  • Theories of Counseling – PC 525

2021 Fall

  • Theories of Counseling – PC 525

2021 Summer E

  • Self-Exploration: Body, Mind, Spirit – PC 522

2021 Summer B

  • Spirituality and Counseling – PC 521
  • Substance Awareness in the Schools – PC 546

2021 Spring

  • Case Conceptualization – PC 526

2020 Fall

  • Theories of Counseling – PC 525

2020 Summer C

  • Case Conceptualization – PC 526
  • Counseling and Religion – PC 517
  • Substance Awareness in the Schools – PC 546

2020 Spring

  • Case Conceptualization – PC 526
  • Theories of Counseling – PC 525

2019 Fall

  • Case Conceptualization – PC 526
  • Theories of Counseling – PC 525

2019 Spring

  • Spirituality and Counseling – PC 521
  • Theories of Counseling – PC 525

Frequently Taught Classes

  • Case Conceptualization (PC 526)
  • Counseling and Religion (PC 517)
  • Counseling Theory and Techniques (PC 525)
  • Crisis Intervention (CJ 330, PY 330)
  • Self-Exploration: Body, Mind, Spirit (PC 522)
  • Spirituality and Counseling (PC 521)
  • Substance Awareness in the Schools (PC 546)
  • Theories of Counseling (PC 525)
  • Wellness and Counseling (PC 534)