Hannah Jones, PsyD

 

Education:

Medical School:

Regent University

Additional Training:

Howard University

Bio:

Hannah Jones, Psy.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist. She received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Regent University in 2016. With CSG, she works primarily as an outpatient psychologist. She is also an assistant professor with the EVMS Department of Pediatrics and provides child-focused research support and mentorship to local and national psychology trainees.

Dr. Jones serves a diverse clientele in her private practice, along with providing consultation and leading trainings related to creating effective, appropriate, and culturally sensitive environments for clients, employees, and members of organizations. Her professional interests include child and adolescent development, trauma-informed care, family systems, community mental health, and cultural responsiveness.

When Dr. Jones is not working, she enjoys singing, running with her dog Daisy, and thrifting for vintage clothing.

Publications:

Page, C., Wang, D., Jones, H., Girguis, S., Seegobin, W., & Ripley, J.S. (2021, March). Engaging students in Black Lives Matter and civil rights: A panel discussion. Presented at Christian Association for Psychological Studies National conference, digital presentation.

Jones, H. C., Rowan, A., Stephens, R. L. & Brauch, J. A. (2021). In faith and practice: How Christian doctoral programs address religious diversity needs. Christian Higher Education 20(1-2), 87-103.

Jones, H.C. (2020). Navigating work, mental health, and social justice. 1-hr workshop facilitated for Sephora North American Headquarters in San Francisco, CA.

Jones, H.C. (2020). The effects of racial trauma on the family. 30-minute presentation at the Racial Trauma Virtual Conference hosted by Addiction Prevention LLC.

Jones, H. C. & Morgan, T. D. (2020). Faith, race, risk & resilience: Coping with depression and suicidality at predominantly White institutions [Seminar canceled]. 1-hr seminar to be presented at the Christian Association for Psychological Studies 2020 Convention in Atlanta, GA.

Rowan, A., Stephens, R., & Jones, H. C. (2020). Equipping students to address a neglected area of diversity. Poster presented at the mid-winter meeting of the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology in Carlsbad, CA.

Fahy, J., Iwaoka-Scott, A. Y., Jones, H. C., & Shelton, K. (2018). Empowering the Family Around ADHD: An Interdisciplinary Approach to ADHD Treatment. Invited breakout session presented as an hour-long presentation at the 2018 Education Revolution conference in San Francisco, CA.

Jones, H. C., Ord, A. S., & Morgan, T. D. (2018). Justified Despair: Developing a Clinical Understanding of Cultural Grief. Invited breakout session presented as an hour-long presentation at the 2018 International Conference for the Christian Association for Psychological Studies in Norfolk, VA.

Jones, H. C., McSwain, E. A., Page, C. D., Morgan, T. D., Burke, C. J., Washington, A. Z., Kimani, M. & Ord, A. (2016). Protect and Serve: Culturally Informed Training for Law Enforcement Officers. Symposium presented during the 2016 National Convention of the American Psychological Association in Washington, DC.

Jones, H. C., Walker, D. F., & Hathaway, W. L. (2016). Cultural contextualization of evidence based interventions for African American families (Doctoral dissertation). ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. (Accession Order No. [10107483]).

Lewis, M., Moss, A., Jones, H., & Baikova, E. (2016). Social Justice Theoretical Orientation in Community Work. Symposium presented at Alliant International University, San Francisco Campus, Social Justice Retreat in January 2016.

Page, C. D., Burke, C. J., Jones, H. C., & Million, C. (2015). Psychology and social justice: Advocates for change? Psych Discourse 49(2).

Page, C. D., Burke, C. J., Jones, H. C., & Million, C. (2015). Psychology and Social Justice: Advocates for Change? Breakout session at the 4th Annual PractitionerScholar Conference at Hampton Roads of Regent University’s School of Psychology and Counseling, Virginia Beach, VA.

Jones, H. C., Knodel, K. R., Partridge, K. J., & Walker, D. F. (2014). Culturally Modifying Spiritually Oriented Parent Training with African American Parents. Presented as part of a symposium on evidence-based practice for maltreated children and adolescents during the 2014 National Convention of the American Psychological Association.

Jones, H. C. & Knodel, K. R. (2014). Institutionalized: Growing Up in the Foster Care System. Lecture presented at the 2014 Orphan Care Expo in Yorktown, VA.

Jones, H. C. & Soucek, M. (2014). Caring for Caregivers. Lecture presented at the Regent University Cultural Diversity Luncheon Series in Virginia Beach, VA.

Silander, N. C., Jones, H. C., & Wantke, A. (2014). Treatment Implications and Approaches for Military Families. Presented at the Virginia Psychological Association Spring 2014 conference in Norfolk, VA.

Leary, A., Jones, H. C., & Jackson, L. (2014). Factors that Influence Discipline Within the African American Community. Presented at the Virginia Psychological Association Spring 2014 conference in Norfolk, VA.

Suarez, E. C., Walker, D. F., Yarhouse, M. & Jones, H. C. (2012). Effects of Childhood Sexual Abuse on Spiritual Struggles and Sexual Identity. Presented at the CAPS 2012 International Conference in Herndon, VA.

Community Involvement and Memberships:

American Psychological Association
Virginia Academy of Clinical Psychologists

Contact Info:


 

Location(s):

Children's Pavilion
401 Gresham Drive
Norfolk, VA 23507