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Jeana Council

BIO

Jeana Council is a licensed clinical psychologist. She earned her Ph.D. at the University of Kansas and joined UW-Stevens Point in the Department of Psychology in 2003. Council specialized in positive psychology, sports psychology, multicultural counseling, and social justice.

She is collecting data on intellectual safety in the college classroom, counseling psychologist’s use of positive psychology in their teaching, research, and clinical work, and the effects of workplace gratitude journaling. Professor Council invites student research ideas related to her areas of interest. The undergraduate human services internships and student research assistantships typically result in student co-authorship of professional publications and presentations.

PUBLICATIONS

Magyar-Moe, J. L. “Therapist’s guide to positive psychological interventions.” San Diego, CA: Elsevier Academic Press, 2009.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

  • Member, American Psychological Association, Member (2003 – Present)
  • APA Society of Counseling Psychology, Member (2003 – Present)
  • APA Society for the Teaching of Psychology, Member (2003 – Present)
  • APA Division 17 Positive Psychology Section, Member (2003 – Present)

LAST BOOK READ

“Whistling Vivaldi” by Claude M. Steele

FUN FACT

When she was growing up, she wanted to be a nurse.

Professor of Psychology
Psychology Human Services Internship Director

Office:
SCI D243
Phone:
715-346-2883

Education

Ph.D. - Counseling Psychology
University of Kansas

M.S. - Counseling Psychology
University of Kansas

B.A. - Psychology
University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point

Courses

Abnormal Psychology
Positive Psychology
Practicum in Counseling and Psychotherapy