Psy.D., James Madison University
Adam has been at Haverford College since fall of 2014 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 (M.Ed., 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. When not working at Haverford, he maintains a private therapy practice in the Philadelphia area and spends time with family and friends.
Edmunds, A.J., Federico, C.M., & Mays, L.E. (2015). Etiology of ideology: Origins of the political self through EI Theory, EI Self, and BEVI. In C.N. Shealy (Ed.), Making sense of beliefs and values (pp. 303-330). New York: Springer Publishing.
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.