Kristina Hallett, PhD, ABPP, is a licensed board certified clinical psychologist, speaker, and professor. She works for Bay Path University in Longmeadow, Massachusetts, where she is an associate professor in the graduate psychology department, as well as the coordinator of Clinical Training for the Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Dr. Hallett has a private practice in Suffield, Connecticut, where she specializes in the treatment of dissociative disorders, trauma, women’s issues and working with adolescents and young adults. Dr. Hallett is an expert in the field of positive psychology. She employs the tenets of positive psychology in all of her work settings, as well as in her personal life. In addition to her clinical work and teaching, she offers training, consultation and supervision to therapists on working with complex clinical presentations.
Dr. Hallett’s clinical experiences have spanned a broad range of settings, including child and adolescent inpatient psychiatric hospitals, community mental health clinics, medium and maximum security correctional institutions and her current work at Bay Path University. She has a passion for assisting others in living their best life and has provided numerous trainings and workshops on the integration of positive psychology techniques and interventions into everyday life. She is devoted to teaching and engaging with health and mental health professionals to promote high quality clinical services within the greater context of professional self-care.
Financial: Kristina Hallett is an associate professor of psychology and coordinator of clinical training at Bay Path University. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Kristina Hallett is a member of the American Psychological Association.
Jill Donelan, Psy.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of children, adolescents, and families. She is Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at University of Massachusetts Medical School at Baystate, clinical supervisor for the Child Partial Hospitalization Program at Baystate Children’s Hospital in MA, and adjunct professor in graduate psychology at Bay Path University.
She has over a decade of experience in providing treatment to youth, with specialties in the treatment of trauma and severe mental illness. Dr. Donelan also has a wealth of experience in supervision and program development and evaluation. She works with interdisciplinary teams to implement evidence-based, culturally sensitive clinical practices. Dr. Donelan has dedicated her career to meeting the needs of underserved and vulnerable communities.
Dr. Donelan earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from Baylor University in Waco, TX. She previously served as the Director of Psychology and Internship Training at The Village, Inc. In Hartford, CT.
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