Jennie Park-Taylor

Jennie Park-Taylor

Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Director of Training
Counseling Psychology

113 West 60th Street
Room 1008H
212-636-7299
parktaylor@fordham.edu

Jennie Park-Taylor is an Associate Professor of Counseling Psychology in the Division of Psychological and Educational Services (PES).

Park-Taylor teaches in the Master's programs in School and Mental Health Counseling as well as the Doctoral program in Counseling Psychology.

She works closely with doctoral students in PES on their research apprenticeship projects and dissertations. She lives in New Jersey with her husband and two young children. Outside of work, she enjoys running, skiing, golf, cooking and spending time with family and friends.

  • PhD, Boston College
    MA, Teachers College, Columbia University
    BA, Wellesley College

  • Dr. Park-Taylor's research program focuses on the intersection of individual's social identities (e.g., career, ethnic, racial, gender, religious) and the influence of contextual factors (e.g., microaggressions, school and community) on identity development.

    She is also interested in various areas of health psychology and is currently exploring the utility of mindfulness for career, education and mental health interventions.

  • Park-Taylor, J., Wing, H.M., Aladin, M., Burke, E.K., Park, J., & Martinez, B.Y. (2022). STEM pathways for Black and Latinx middle and high school students. Urban Review. (JIF:1.71)

    Pilla, D., Park-Taylor, J. (2021). “Halfway Independent”: Experiences of formerly homeless adults living in permanent supportive housing. Journal of Community Psychology. (JIF: 1.97)

    Wang, X., & Park-Taylor, J. (2021). Therapists’ work with foreign-national sex-trafficking survivors in the U.S. before and during the COVID-19 pandemic. Traumatology. Advance online publication. (JIF: 1.39)

    Park-Taylor, J., & Wing, H.M. (2020). Microfictions and microaggressions: Counselors’ work with transracial adoptees in schools. Professional School Counseling Journal.

    Simon-Coulter, S., Keitel, M., Bigony, C., Park-Taylor, J., & Annunziato, R. (2020). Distress in women with PCOS: The role of attachment and coping. Psychology, Health, & Medicine. (JIF: 2.42)

    Park-Taylor, J., Reynolds J., Jackson, M., & Ponterotto, J. (2019). Careerography in career counseling practice, research, and training. Journal of Career Development. OnlineFirst. (JIF: 1.47)

    • Doctoral Practicum in Counseling Psychology I (PSGE7654)
    • Doctoral Practicum in Counseling Psychology II (PSGE7656)
    • Ethics and Professional Issues in Counseling (PSGE6650)
    • Field Experience in Counseling I (PSGE6652)
    • Field Experience in Counseling II (PSGE6654)