Ph.D. Psychology, Chatham University, 2015
M.A. Psychology, Chatham University, 2011
M.S. Higher Education and Student Affairs, Indiana University, 2007
B.A. Psychology, Millersville University, 2005
Awards & Recognitions:
- Women’s Leadership Award, Chatham University, 2012-2013
An adjunct faculty member at Hodges University since January 2016, Dr. Allison Jedinak teaches General Psychology in the Nichols School of Professional Studies.
Before joining Hodges University, she taught Feminist Theory and served as an assistant teacher for the Counseling Psychology program at Chatham University. She has conducted research examining how adolescent girls and their parents perceive women in the media. She also performed research about girls and activism.
Moving to Florida, Jedinak served as an intern at Florida Gulf Coast University. Working with individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, trauma and abuse, identity or life transitions, and career choices, she also worked with individuals to treat substance abuse and addiction.
Her experience includes working with young adults, children, families, adults and seniors. Jedinak is experienced in providing in-home services for children with autism, as well as other developmental and behavioral issues.
Apart from her work with Hodges University, she provides counseling and psychological testing for a wide range of clients, employing a psychodynamic, relational approach.
When she isn’t teaching or counseling others, she enjoys running, traveling, reading and watching Pittsburgh sports.