Psy.D., James Madison University
Adam joins Haverford College after completing his Postdoctoral Fellowship at Temple University’s Tuttleman Counseling Services. Prior to that, Adam was a Predoctoral Intern at the University of Delaware’s Center for Counseling and Student Development. Before obtaining his doctorate in clinical and school psychology, Adam was a licensed School Psychologist (University of Virginia) in Central Virginia. He earned his undergraduate degree at John Hopkins University. Adam enjoys working with students, especially students of color and first-generation college students, around issues of relationships, anxiety, depression, identity development, emotional regulation, stress management, and transition and adjustment whether through outreach, consultation, individual, or group counseling.
- Edmunds, A.J. (2012, March). Greek affiliation and mental health awareness, knowledge, and attitudes among college students. Poster presented at Eastern Psychological Association Convention, Pittsburgh, PA.
- Edmunds, A.J., Cobb, H.C., Hall, T., & Meixner, C.L. (2011, August). Promoting Diversity in Higher Education: Leading through dialogue. Poster presented at American Psychological Association Convention, Washington, D.C.
- Asselin, C., & Edmunds, A. (2011, March). The Influence Matrix and Well-Being. In G.R. Henriques (Chair), The Influence Matrix: An integrative theory of social motivation and affect. Symposium conducted at the Eastern Psychological Association Conference, Boston, MA.
- Asselin, C., Edmunds, A., Glover, A., & Henriques, G. (2010, March). Assessing the Validity of the Psychological Well-Being Scale-HR. Poster presented at Eastern Psychological Association Conference, Brooklyn, NY.