.Dr. Marshall is a licensed psychologist in NYS with a particular interest in providing client-based treatment for individuals with psychosis and acute psychological distress. She earned her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education in 2014, where her research and clinical experiences focused on youth development and mentoring, service-learning, and peer support. She then completed her pre-doctoral internship at the Institute of Living in Hartford, CT. To further her training in providing psychotherapy for individuals with severe distress and histories of trauma, she went on to complete a postdoctoral fellowship at the Institute of Living on an adult psychiatric inpatient unit. During that year, she also developed a mindfulness group for young adults with first episode psychosis. Since returning to NY in 2016, she has been working on an adult inpatient psychiatric unit at Elmhurst Hospital in Queens. This role has provided the opportunity to work with patients and staff from a wide variety of cultural backgrounds, which she welcomes as one of the unique aspects of living and working in NYC
- Elmhurst Hospital Center/NYC-Health & Hospitals, Elmhurst, NY
- Institute of Living/Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT
- Counseling and Psychological Services, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
- Commonwealth Center for Children and Adolescents, Staunton, VA
- Elmhurst Hospital Center/Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Clinical Instructor
- University of Virginia, Teaching Assistant
- Aziz, R. & Marshall, Jenna H. (2017). Subjected to sexually inappropriate behavior? Set LIMITS. Current Psychiatry, 16(5), 53.
- Marshall, Jenna H., Davis, M.C., Lawrence, E.C., Peugh, J.L., & Toland, M.D. (2016). Mentors' Perceived Program Support Scale: Development and initial validation. Journal of Community Psychology, 44(3), 342-357. doi: 10.1002/jcop21772
- Marshall, Jenna H., Lawrence, E.C., & Peugh, J. (2013). College women mentoring adolescent girls: The relationship between mentor peer support and mentee outcomes. Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning, 21(4), 444-462.
- Marshall, Jenna H., Lawrence, E.C., Williams, J.L., & Peugh, J.(2015). Mentoring as service-learning: The relationship between perceived peer support and outcomes for college women mentors. Studies in Educational Evaluation, 47, 38-46.
- Lee, J.M., Germain, L.J., Lawrence, E.C., & Marshall, Jenna H. (2010). “It opened my mind, my eyes. It was good”: Supporting College Students’ Navigation of Difference in a Youth Mentoring Program. Educational Horizons, 89(1), 33-46.
- Marshall, Jenna H. (2016, October). Mindfulness for psychosis. Psychology staff meeting, Elmhurst Hospital Center, Elmhurst, NY.
- Lawrence, E.C. & Marshall, Jenna H. (2012, January). The Young Women Leaders Program: College women mentoring adolescent girls.Workshop presentation at the 2012 National Mentoring Summit. Washington, DC.
- Marshall, Jenna H., Lawrence, E.C., Germain, L.J., & Peugh, J. (2011, February). Effects of a youth mentoring service-learning course on college women mentor experiences.Poster presented at the 2010 Annual Curry Research Conference. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA.
- Wilbourn, M.P., Marshall, Jenna H., Baveye, M.C., & Casasola, M. (2007, March). Developmental changes in infants’ association of gestures versus words with objects.Poster presented at the 2007 Biennial Meeting of the Society of Research in Child Development. Boston, MA.