Edward Jacobs, Ph.D. & Associates

Brittany St. Jean, Psy.D.

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I am a licensed psychologist in New Hampshire working primarily with children, adolescents, and transitional-aged young adults in a variety of capacities. I have clinical training and experience providing comprehensive and individualized services across different settings, including residential programs, therapeutic schools, and outpatient settings. I'm actively involved as a psychologist in the Merrimack, NH School District, an adjunct professor at Rivier University, a board member on the New Hampshire Psychological Association, and a member of the Behavioral Health Advocacy Committee. I am providing psychological and neuropsychological assessments for children, adolescents and adults.

 I earned a bachelor of science degree in psychology and public relations from Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee, a master of science degree in Clinical Psychology, and a doctoral degree in Counseling and School Psychology both from Rivier University in Nashua, New Hampshire. I completed my American Psychological Association (APA) approved pre-doctoral internship at Rochester Institute of Technology in the Priority Behavioral Health Internship Consortium and my post-doctoral training fellowship at Hillside Children's Center in upstate New York.

 I pursued psychology because it combined my fascination with being a life-long learner with the ability to help people and change someone's life. I'm deeply committed to my role, and I stay motivated by thinking of my future clients, and how I can be the best advocate and psychologist for them. So much of why I continue to invest time into research and academia is to change the way we educate and train mental health providers - so we continue to do it in a way that fosters their humanity, compassion, and ability to empathize with others. As a psychologist, I am often immersed in some of the most challenging parts of people's lives. However, the beauty of my journey in my clinical practice has been seeing how people respond and recover from these types of events. The problematic parts of our lives provide us the opportunity to grasp on hard to what means the most to us. It's an honor and joy to witness the resiliency of the human spirit on a daily basis. I genuinely love what I do and fully believe that we all can heal when we're provided with the right tools and support.



 





























 
Edward Jacobs, Ph.D. & Associates: Psychological Services • Neurofeedback • Learning Disabilities Services • Tutoring

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