Associate Professor, Dialogues of Self and Society
Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Phone: +1 561-237-7443
Judith Adelson has chosen to work at Lynn University because it provides both faculty and students an opportunity to engage in dynamic and challenging learning experiences. Adelson finds that the benefit of working in a university of this size facilitates a climate of familiarity and frequent interaction between faculty and students. Her experience as both a professor and clinician, with a specialty in marriage and family therapy, has taught her the value of working in a context that fosters opportunities for developing meaningful relationships, and how these relationships encourage important linkages between learning and life experiences.
Judith Adelson has been a professor at Lynn University for more than six years. She began as an adjunct professor and is now an assistant professor with a dual appointment in human services and psychology. Prior to her appointment at Lynn University, Adelson divided her time between a clinical practice with a specialty in marriage and family therapy and supervision of graduate students in a marriage and family therapy program.
B.A., Florida Atlantic University
M.S.W., Barry University
Ph.D., Nova Southeastern University
Judith Adelson's teaching philosophy is to encourage student reflection, introspection and critical thinking skills. She encourages students to engage in an active dialogue with myself and their peers throughout their studies.
Areas of Scholarship:
- Qualitative research study for NOPE organization
- Support group facilitator (NOPE)
- Licensed social worker and supervisor
- Licensed marriage and family therapist and supervisor