Chatham University

Counseling Psychology (MSCP) Faculty and Staff

Mary Beth Mannarino Ph.D.

Mary Beth Mannarino

mmannarino@chatham.edu
Associate Professor, Graduate Psychology Programs
Hometown : Pittsburgh, PA
Joined Chatham : 2001

Academic Areas of Interest

Teaching counselors and psychologists about social justice and health impacts of climate change and other environmental problems, and also about individual and communal benefits of healthy connections with nature. Spirituality, religion, and psychology. Child, adolescent, and family therapy.

Personal Areas of Interest

Bicycling, reading, playing the piano, hiking, gardening.

Personal Website : Visit Website

Education

  • Ph.D., University of Louisville (Louisville, KY), 1982
  • M.A., University of Louisville (Louisville, KY), 1978
  • B.A., Transylvania University (Lexington, KY), 1975

Publications

  • Mannarino, M. (2014). A beautiful mess: Embracing the complexity of ecopsychology. Ecopsychology. March 2014, 6(1):32-34.
  • Mannarino, M. (2012). A work in progress: Growing a counseling psychology program with a focus on environment and sustainability. Ecopsychology, 4(1). 51-55.
  • Mannarino, M.B., Loughran, M.J., and Hamilton, D. (2009). The professional counselor and the diagnostic process: Challenges and opportunities for education and training. VISTAS 2009 Online. CAPS Press.
  • Mannarino, M., Eliason, G., and Rubin, J. (2007). Regret therapy: Coping with death and end of life issues. Chapter in Tomer, A., Eliason, G., and Wong, P. (Eds.). Existential and spiritual issues in death attitudes. Mahwah, NJ.: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Certifications

  • Pennsylvania Psychologist License
  • National Association for Health Service Providers in Psychology

Organizations

  • American Psychological Association
  • American Psychological Association, Division 17 Society of Counseling Psychology
  • American Psychological Association, Division 34 Society for Environmental, Population, and Conservation Psychology

Achievements

  • Program Director, Graduate Programs in Psychology (2009-2014)
  • Program Director, Masters of Science in Counseling Psychology (2005-2009)
  • Independent Practice of Clinical Psychology: 1982-2003

Presentations

  • Davies, J., Mannarino, M.B., and Smith, Nathan (2011). Early career counseling psychologists: Needs, mentoring, and future directions. Invited panelist at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. August 5, 2011.
  • Mannarino, M.B., Isacco, A., Brinkman, B., Bernstein, J., Hamilton, D., Loughran, M.J., Sim, W., & Zanardelli, G. (2010). Exploring the integration of “sustainability” concepts into a doctoral program in counseling psychology. Roundtable discussion presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Diego, CA.
  • Loughran, M.J., Downey, P., Mannarino, M.B., & Winters-Hart, C. (2007). Exercise adherence in a campus fitness program: Factors influencing premature termination. Paper presentation to Annual Meeting of Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP), October, 2007, Louisville, KY.
  • Mannarino, M., Goreczny, A., Gallen, R., Hamilton, D., Loughran, M., and Nouel, G., Tracy, S., Protulipac, S. (2007). Dancing with the devil? Pros and Cons of DSM diagnosis. Poster presentation for the Association of Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES) Annual Conference, Columbus, OH, October 2007.
  • Lepore, M., Gallen, R; Goreczny, A; Hamilton, D; Loughran, M; Mannarino, M., Nouel, G.; Tracy, S; Protulipac, S. (2007). The edge, ethical teaching boundaries: Utilizing experiential learning techniques in counselor training programs. Poster presentation for the Association of Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES) Annual Conference, Columbus, Ohio, October 2007.
  • Mannarino, M. (2006, August). Tears, Silence, and Song: Mothers of Adolescents with Mental Illness. Workshop presented at the 30th Annual Summer Institute on Behavioral and Addictive Disorders sponsored by the Institute for Integral Development, Colorado Springs, CO.
  • Mannarino, M. (2006, August). Spirituality and Children. Workshop presented at the 30th Annual Summer Institute on Behavioral and Addictive Disorders sponsored by the Institute for Integral Development, Colorado Springs, CO.
  • Hershberger, T., Mannarino, M., Stubbs, M., Arnold, S., and Tobin, M. (2005, August). Tolerance toward mental illness: Education, experience, and occupations. Poster presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.
  • Mannarino, M. (2003, October). Religious and spiritual issues in psychotherapy with children and adolescents. Workshop presented at the annual convention of the Kentucky Psychological Association, Louisville, KY.
  • Mannarino, M., Wiemert, S., and Eliason, G. (2003, June). Navigating multiple roles: Psychotherapist, supervisor, and educator. Workshop presented at annual convention of the Pennsylvania Psychological Association, Harrisburg, PA.
  • Mannarino, M. (2003, April). Religious and spiritual issues in psychotherapy with children and adolescents. Workshop presented at 17th annual convention on The Family in Stress and Crisis, sponsored by the Institute for Integral Development, Santa Fe, NM.
  • Mannarino, M. (2003, April). Family spirituality: Enhancing resilience in children and adolescents. Workshop presented at 17th annual convention on The Family in Stress and Crisis, sponsored by the Institute for Integral Development, Santa Fe, NM.
  • Mannarino, M.B. (2002). Religious and spiritual Issues in psychotherapy with children and adolescents. Pennsylvania Psychological Association Annual Convention, Lancaster, PA.
  • Mannarino, M.B. (2002). Symposium on Character Education. International Conference on Searching for Meaning in the New Millennium: Freedom, Responsibility, Justice (sponsored by International Network on Personal Meaning), Vancouver, B.C.
  • Nouel, G., Mannarino, M.B., Eliason, G., and Smith, J.E. (2002). Symposium on Meaning in Supervision. International Conference on Searching for Meaning in the New Millennium: Freedom, Responsibility, Justice (sponsored by International Network on Personal Meaning), Vancouver, B.C.