Director of the Regional Center for Learning Disabilities, Florham Campus



  • BA, Psychology, College of St. Elizabeth MA, Clinical Psychology, Fairleigh Dickinson University
  • PhD, Clinical Psychology, Seton Hall University


Adjunct professor having taught:

  • Child and Adolescent Development
  • Counseling Theory
  • General Psychology
  • Theories of Personality
  • Testing and Assessment
  • Psychopathology


  • The effects of anxiety on memory in a learning environment
  • Social and emotional skills as an asset to college functioning

Academic Profile

Dr. Mary Hebert is the Florham Campus Director of the Regional Center for Learning Disabilities.  She has been with the program since 2013, serving as the academic counselor before assuming her current position. Mary has been a professor of undergraduate and graduate psychology courses for 16 years, including teaching for the FDU psychology program.  She has taught courses in learning and memory, child and adolescent behavior, testing and assessment, and counseling theory. She teaches an annual seminar for educators on the social and emotional needs of students with learning differences.  She presents at conferences on topics related to transition, and academic, social, and emotional needs distinctive to students with LD.  She is also involved in research and writing on topics related to students with learning disabilities.

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