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Jennifer D. Ries, Ph.D.

Adjunct Professor
Department of Justice and Human Services
(954) 262-7089
jr1665@nova.edu

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Professional Interests

Jennifer D. Ries, Ph.D., is the Licensed Psychologist and Clinical Supervisor specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of autism and other related disabilities at Nova Southeastern University's Mailman Segal Center for Human Development and Unicorn Children's Foundation Clinic. The Mailman Segal Center for Human Development provides assessment, intervention, therapy, and consultation for typical children and children struggling with autism and other developmental disabilities. She provides clinical supervision and training to postdoctoral psychology residents and doctoral level psychology students. In addition, she provides support and services for a multitude of research projects at the Mailman Segal Center. Dr. Ries is passionate about the training of future clinicians and family-clinician collaboration in the provision of intervention for children. She enjoys providing family support and educating/training parents, families, and future clinicians.

Dr. Ries came to Nova Southeastern University to complete her pre-doctoral psychology internship and postdoctoral psychology residency after completing a Leadership in Education and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities pre-doctoral fellowship at the University of Colorado’s School of Medicine and Children’s Hospital Colorado. She has also completed psychology rotations at the University of Northern Colorado’s psychology clinic, the Thompson School District in Colorado, and the Miami-Dade County Public Schools in Florida.

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