Meghan W. Duff
Meghan W. Duff
Associate Professor of Psychology
B.S., Emory University
M.S., Psy.D., Antioch New England Graduate School

Meghan W. Duff

Associate Professor of Psychology
Psychology & Community Studies Program

Contact Information:

Email: meghan.duff@maine.edu          Office Location: Kimball Hall 32        Office Phone: 207 255 1227  

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Biographical Sketch:

Meghan Wilson Duff is an Associate Professor of Psychology in UMM's Psychology and Community Studies Program. Meghan is originally from southern Vermont. She has a PsyD in Clinical Psychology from Antioch New England Graduate School in Keene, NH. She previously worked as a child & family therapist and an adolescent substance abuse treatment provider. Her undergraduate majors at Emory University were Russian Language & Linguistics and Physical Anthropology & Human Biology. Meghan was a 2003-2004 NH/VT Schweitzer Fellow while completing her graduate work. The Schweitzer Fellowship was started to develop leaders in service from different professions to address health and wellness needs of communities and achieve health equity. Meghan continues to be involved with the Schweitzer Fellowship. Her service work influences her teaching, and she is happy to be part of program that integrates Service Learning and Community Engagement (SL/CE) throughout the curriculum. Meghan currently helps support the Machias Cohort of the University of Southern Maine's Masters in Rehabilitation Counseling. The Machias Cohort makes it possible for students in Washington County to attain their Masters via a combination of distance technology and local classes while remaining in county.

Recent Service Learning Projects:

  • Organized a Food & Community Series with SOC 114 students, including a community book club on food issues.
  • PSY 324 Lifespan II students working with older adult community partners on Digital Memory Books so that community partners can convert photographs from their youth into a digital format to share with their family.

Areas of Interest:

  • Mental Health & Rehabilitation Techinican/Community Certification [MHRT/C]
  • Supporting the Machias Cohort of University of Southern Maine's MS in Rehabilitation Counseling 

                                       May 2011 Trip to Russia, Estonia, & Finland

Classes Taught:

Psychology:

  • PSY 211 Introduction to Behavioral & Community Mental Health Systems [MHRT/C]
  • PSY 212 Lifespan I
  • PSY 230 Abnormal Psychology
  • PSY 302 Introduction to Counseling [MHRT/C]
  • PSY 311 Social Psychology
  • PSY 313 Counseling Diverse Populations [MHRT/C]
  • PSY 324 Lifespan II [Meets MHRT/C Mental Health & Aging requirement]
  • PSY 329 Trauma & Recovery [MHRT/C]
  • PSY 334 Community Psychology & the Environment
  • PSY 335 Forensic Psychology
  • PSY 351 Chemical Dependency & Dual Diagnosis Counseling [MHRT/C]
  • HCE 621 Fundamentals of Counseling Skills [USM Machias Cohort]
  • HCE 626 Group Process & Procedures [USM Machias Cohort]

Other:

  • COE 313 Community Experience [Internship & Professional Seminar]
  • CMY 220 Soliya: Cross-Cultural Communication
  • SOC 114 Introduction to Sociology
  • RUS 101 Russian Language & Culture I
                                                                                              

Links:

Psychologists for Social Responsibility

USM Machias Cohort - Masters in Rehabilitation Counseling

Mental Health & Rehabilitation Technician/Community Certification - Muskie School

The Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education

Schweitzer Fellowship

Don't Fear the Ink

 

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