Kelly White received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at Walden University in February 2020. She also is an Adjunct Professor at Southern New Hampshire University in the Psychology and Sociology departments since February 2016. She teaches Introduction to Psychology, Criminal Psychology, Forensic Psychology, Counseling Process and Techniques, and Sociology of Deviant Behavior.
Professionally, Dr. White works in private practice since 2011. She has worked in a variety of areas including forensic, general mental health, addictions working with children to adults. Dr. White has extensive experience working with sexual abuse victims and sexual offending populations, conducting psychological evaluations for the state parole board, courts, and child protection agencies. She has done numerous presentations on sex offenders and webinars for children with anxiety.
PhD, Walden University
MA, Argosy University
St. Francis Counseling Center, Volunteer - Brant Beach
White, K. (2020). Emotional Intelligence and Psychopathic Personality Traits: Examination of Adult Male Sex Offenders in New Jersey.
White, K. (2023). Sandplay Therapy.
White, K. (2022). Trauma-Informed Care in Education. Capella University
White, K. (2022). Trauma and the Brain.
White, K. (2021). Mindfulness for the Adult Learner.
White, K. R. (2020). Mindfulness for Teens. Bridge to Balance, Inc
White, K. R. (2017). Personal Victimization.
White, K. R. (2014). Celebrity Sex Offenders.
White, K. R. (2012). Sex Offenders: Who are they? What did they do? What happens to them?.