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Jessica has been a Graduate student in the Child Clinical Ph.D. program at the University of Denver since 2007. Her research interests include interpersonal skill development, anxiety in
relationships, conflict resolution in couples, and romantic attachment. Her dissertation in progress is a longtidunal study of dating anxiety and romantic perceptions and behaviors. Jessica's Master’s Project is titled "Adolescent Dating Involvement Predicts Changes in Romantic Attributes." Her clinical interests include PTSD and other types of anxiety in children and adolescents, pediatric psychology, and couple therapy.
She received her B.A. from University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA. with a major in Psychology
Jessica grew up in Maryland and worked in Boston at the Judge Baker Children’s Center before starting graduate school. She loves baked macaroni and cheese, Bill Cosby and most animals. In her spare time Jessica likes to travel, be outdoors, and dance.