Jessica R. Meyer, Ph.D.Associate Professor of Psychiatry
|B.A.||University of North Carolina||Psychology|
|M.A.||University of Virginia||Psychology|
|Ph.D.||University of Virginia||Psychology|
|Internship||Yale University Child Study Center||Clinical Psychology|
|Fellowship||Yale University Child Study Center||Psychology Postdoctoral Fellow|
|Name of Award/Honor||Awarding Organization|
|General Adult Psychiatry Residency Psychology Supervisor Award, 2020||UConn Health Dept of Psychiatry|
|Outstanding Teaching and Clinical Supervision for the Greater Hartford Clinical Internship Consortium, 2020||Greater Hartford Clinical Internship Consortium, UConn Health Psychiatry|
Dr. Jessica Meyer is the Director of the Dialectical Behavior Therapy Program at the UConn Health Department of Psychiatry's Adult Outpatient Clinic. She specializes in treating adults with severe emotion dysregulation problems and/or suicidal and self harm behaviors.
Dr. Meyer also leads a weekly Mindfulness Meditation group therapy treatment, as well as a Women's Supportive Psychotherapy group, in the adult outpatient clinic at UConn Health.
In addition, Dr. Meyer is also the Psychotherapy Director of the Student Behavioral Health Clinic in the School of Medicine at UConn Health.
Dr. Meyer teaches psychiatry residents and psychology graduate students in the practice of psychotherapy using DBT, CBT and mindfulness based interventions.
|Name & Description||Category||Role||Type||Scope||Start Year||End Year|
|Psychotherapy Curriculum Development Committee||Education Committee||Member||University|
|Title or Abstract||Type||Sponsor/Event||Date/Year||Location|
|Implementation and Survivability of Evidence Based Practices (EBPs) such as Comprehensive Addictions and DBT Programs in Public Health Care Settings.||Talk||2020||Psychology Colloquium Series at the VA Connecticut Health Care System|
|Surviving and Thriving: Resilience Building in Academia.||Talk||2020||Center for Career Development and the Graduate School, UCONN|
|Beyond Bubble Baths and Beaches: Practicing Evidence-Based Self-Care.||Talk||2020||Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity, UCONN|
|Stress Management and Behavioral Health||Talk||2020||UConn Health School of Medicine|