Diane J. Shea
BS, Psychology Immaculata University
MS, School Psychology, St. John's University
PhD, Academic/Counseling Psychology, Walden University
Dissertation title: Effects of Clergy Sexual Abuse
COUN 517 Professional Orientation and Ethics
COUN 541 Administration of School Counseling Programs
COUN 560/561/563 Internship in School Psychology
(Shea, D. 2009) Served as a field reviewer for: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Clinical and Professional Development of the Substance Abuse Counselor, Rockville, MD: Author
Shea, D. (2008). Effects of sexual abuse by Catholic priests on adults victimized as children. Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity 15, 250-268.
Shea, D. (2008). Effects of clergy Sexual Abuse on Adults Victimized as Children: A Comparison with Adult Males victimized by a layperson. LaVergne, TN: VDM Verlag Publisher
Menago, D. & Shea, D. (2013). Integrating Spirituality into Clinical Practice: American Psychological Association Division 39: Psychology and Religion
Shea, D. & Menago, D. (2012) Integrating Spirituality into the Counseling Curriculum.
Pennsylvania Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors: Newtown, PA.
Shea, D. & Huber, J. (2012) Trust Building Exercises for Counselor Education: Association for Creativity in Counseling (ACC) Conference Memphis. TN.
Areas of interest:
Sexual abuse and integrating spirituality into treatment
Advisor for School Counseling Concentration
Counseling Psychology Presents at PACES Eastern Regional Conference