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Loretta L. C. Brady, Ph.D., APA-CP
With a doctorate in Clinical Psychology and 15 years research and program development experience, Dr. Brady brings expertise in conflict resolution, diversity and inclusion, and organizational development.
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A faculty member at Saint Anselm College since 2004, Dr. Brady’s courses include Personality Psychology, Organizational Psychology, Cross-Cultural Psychology, Psychology and Law, and Research Methods. She also serves as internship coordinator for senior psychology majors seeking to expand their professional skills. In addition to her teaching duties Dr. Brady conducts research in areas of professional identity development, impact and recovery from trauma, and the needs of under served families.
Dr. Brady’s professional training was conducted in various sites throughout New York, including the Albany NY Veteran’s Affairs Hospital, Albany Medical Center, Bronx Lebanon Hospital, as well as the New York University and Fordham University Counseling Centers. She completed her post-doctorate psychology residency with Families In Transition, a nonprofit housing agency in southern N.H. She was awarded her doctorate from Fordham University in 2006.
She has provided clinical services within the Manchester Veterans Affairs hospital and Elliot Pain Management Center where she helped patients adapt to life changes. She has served on nonprofit and community boards in N.Y. and N.H. She is a Collaborative Law Coach Facilitator and recent J. William Fulbright Fellow to Cyprus.
Collaborative Coach training ( MCLA, 2012)
Mediation Training (MWI, Cambridge MA 2012)
Ph.D. 2006 and M.A. 2002, Clinical Psychology, Fordham University
B.A. 1999, Psychology, Saint Anselm College