Meghan Jablonski

BA, Muhlenberg College. MA, PhD, The New School for Social Research. Clinical psychologist with special interests in attachment theory and the impact of important relationships throughout life, the role of creative processes in wellness and resilience, and mindfulness practices. Current work includes psychodynamic/relational psychoanalytic approaches to life changes and adjustments, flow- and mindfulness-based interventions promoting wellness beyond symptom reduction, and mindfulness-based interventions for new and expecting parents adjusting to parenthood. SLC, 2013–

Undergraduate discipline: Psychology

Courses taught in Psychology

Courses from previous years

2014-2015
  • Attachment Across the Life Cycle: How Relationships Shape Us from Infancy to Older Adulthood
  • Sleep and Health: Clinical Conditions and Wellness
2013-2014
  • Attachment Across the Life Cycle: How Relationships Shape Us from Infancy to Older Adulthood

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