Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Psychology and Counseling
- The Counseling Profession: History and Theories
- Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
- Family Systems and Counseling
- Group Counseling
- Adoption counseling, birth parents in adoption, microaggressions in adoption, the influence of technology in adoption
- Andragogical approaches in educating counselors-in-training
- Spirituality in counseling
- Interpretive phenomenological analysis.
- BM, Westminster Choir College
- MA, Montclair State University
- PhD, Montclair State University
Dr. Elliotte Harrington is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling in the Department of Psychology and Counseling at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Florham, NJ. She holds a Ph.D. in Counselor Education from Montclair State University in Montclair, NJ. Her Master’s degree, teaching, counseling, and supervision experience are in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She has counseled clients who were court-ordered, school-, hospital- and self-referred, and who presented with a variety of diagnoses and came from a broad range of ethnic, racial, occupational, and socio-economic backgrounds She has worked in individual, family, and group counseling settings.
Dr. Harrington has taught a broad range of courses, and thoroughly enjoys being in the classroom with her students from FDU. Her areas of interest include andragogy, family functioning in the socio-cultural context, and adoption, particularly the experiences of birth parents. Dr. Harrington has been a speaker and presenter on the topic of adoption at many local, state, national, and international conferences.
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