Dr. Jome joined the faculty in the Psy.D. Program in Counseling Psychology in 2016, after being on the faculty in the Counseling Psychology Ph.D. Program at the University at Albany in Albany, New York for 15 years.
career counseling, career transitions, career issues
Scholarly & Creative Interests
Research and teaching interests are focused on career counseling and assessment, multicultural counseling, psychological assessment, clinical supervision, gender issues, counseling immigrants and refugees, and dissertation mentorship. Clinical interests include career counseling and assessment, work/life balance and transitions, sexual identity, sexuality, and gender issues.
Courses Taught Recently at Saint Mary's
Vocational Assessment and Career Counseling; Psychometric Theory and Application; Counseling with Immigrants and Refugees; Dissertation Proposal Seminar; Practicum Seminar; Personality Assessment
American Psychological Association; National Career Development Association; Minnesota Psychological Association; Association for Women in Psychology
University of Akron, Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology; University of Akron, M.A. in Counseling Psychology; Marquette University, B.A. in Psychology and English.
Doctoral Project: Construct Validity of the White Racial Identity Attitudes Scale. Committee: David M. Tokar, Ph.D, and Ann R. Fischer, Ph.D.
Dr. Jome has been teaching at the graduate level since 1999 and has chaired over 35 doctoral dissertations. She is proud of all of her former students who are now practicing psychologists and mental health counselors.
She is a licensed psychologist in Minnesota and New York and has a private psychotherapy practice in Maple Grove, MN with a focus on career counseling, and other work/life transition issues.