This year, we are looking forward to once again meeting in person at our annual retreat in West Hartford, CT. We hope to see you there!
Presented by Dr. Jessica Fede and Dr. Jonathan Mosko
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Jessica Fede, Ph.D., is a full professor in the college of Arts & Sciences at Johnson & Wales. She is a licensed psychologist and certified school psychologist who received her doctorate in school psychology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Dr. Fede also holds a master’s degree from Boston College in Developmental and Educational Psychology and a Certification of Advanced Graduate Studies in Educational Administration.
Dr. Fede teaches courses in General Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Personality, Case Management, School & Career Counseling, and Neuroscience. She also has taught in the Collaborative Learning Program for the past five years. She was awarded Teacher of the Year in 2018.
In addition, to teaching Dr. Fede is a practicing psychologist who works with children, adolescents and young adults with a variety of mental health issues. She is also an active member in the American Psychological Association and the American Board of Professional Psychology.
Jonathan E. Mosko, Ph.D., is an associate professor in the Department of Social Sciences, located in the college of Arts & Sciences at Johnson & Wales University. He is a licensed psychologist in Rhode Island, and received his doctorate in counseling psychology from Purdue University. Prior to his joining the faculty at Johnson & Wales in 2014, he worked as a psychologist at Counseling & Psychological Services of Ohio University, specializing in group therapy, eating disorder treatment, and college student mental health.
Dr. Mosko teaches courses in Ethics, Abnormal Psychology, Research, Multicultural Counseling, Human Sexuality, and Group Counseling. He has taught in the Collaborative Learning Program for the past five years, and served on the Collaborative Learning Communities Committee at JWU for the past three years.
Dr. Mosko is also an active member of the American Psychological Association and the Rhode Island Psychological Association. He is the father of two sons, and enjoys baseball, basketball, fishing, reading, and attending concerts.
THANK YOU TO ALL WHO MADE OUR 2019 RETREAT A SUCCESS!
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