Saint Joseph's University

Kristen Doran, M.S.

Professor

Kristen Doran earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Pennsylvania State University with a minor in Human Development and Family Studies and a concentration in Bio-behavioral Health. After eight years of corporate and clinical experiences, Kristen earned her Master of Science in Counseling and Educational Psychology from West Chester University. Currently, Kristen serves as an Adjunct Professor in the graduate Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology at West Chester University and the graduate Department of Psychology at Rosemont University.

Kristen also serves as the Assistant Director of the Career Development Center at Saint Joseph's University where she works individually with undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni with their career development. She also serves as the liaison to Saint Joseph's University's Graduate School and their College of Professional and Liberal Studies, counseling the adult student population and career changers in making career-related decisions. In 2007, she received her Myers Briggs Type Indicator certification. Aside from career counseling, Kristen teaches Career and Personal Development at Saint Joseph's University.

Kristen is certified by the State of Pennsylvania as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).

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