Donna Rockwell

Donna

Rockwell

Donna Rockwell

Adjunct Faculty

Department
CIMHS Mind-Body Medicine
Institution
Saybrook University
Office Phone
248-877-9611
Email
Areas of Expertise
Area Expertise
Clinical Mental Health Stress and Coping
Consciousness & Spirituality Studies Spirituality
Transformative Social Change Social Impact Media
Education History
Degree Institution Year
Psy.D. (Humanistic and Clinical Psychology) Center for Humanistic Studies (now the Michigan School of Professional Psychology), Farmington Hills, Michigan 2004
M.A. (Humanistic and Clinical Psychology) Center for Humanistic Studies (now the Michigan School of Professional Psychology), Farmington Hills, Michigan 2000
M.A. (Journalism & Public Affairs) American University, Washington, D.C. 1979
B.A. (Language & Communication) Hampshire College, Amherst, Massachusetts 1978
Professional Memberships
Role Organization
President-elect Division 32, American Psychological Association
Member American Psychological Association, Div 5, 32, 46
Licenses
Licensed Clinican Psychologist, Michigan
Licensed Clinican Psychologist, New York
Media Exposure
Appearance

Media appearances on issues of psychology, mindfulness, and fame & celebrity include: The New York Times, USA Today, Reuters, The Huffington Post, WDIV-TV, WJR Radio, Canadian Broadcast Company, MTV.com, The Guardian, The Atlantic, Bloomberg News, among others.

Curriculum Vitae
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Publications
Chapters

Rockwell, D. & Valle, R. (2016). Mindfulness as Therapy: How Buddhist psychology contributes to enhancing therapist efficacy and client outcomes. In R. Valle (Ed.) The Changing Faces of Therapy: Evolving perspectives in clinical practice and assessment (pp. 323-361). San Fransisco, CA: Arogosy University.