Professional Information
Mary Elisabeth
Dean, PhD
Mary E. Dean, Ph.D., Psychotherapy
Mental Health Care
Education, Honors & Awards
New York University
Ph.D., Counseling Psychology/Counselor Education, New York University (1984)
Purdue University Scholar, 1955-56; Purdue University Fellow, 1956-57
Personal Information
United States
New Jersey
Monmouth Beach
Member, American Psychological Association; International Council of Psychologists; American Counseling Association; Fellow, American Psychotherapy Association; Fellow, American Board of Disabilities Analysts; Certified Cognitive Behavioral Therapist; Licensed Professional Counselor ; Member, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
Classical Music; Jazz; Gourmet Cooking; Yoga; Meditation; Finance; International travel.
I am widowed, the mother of a daughter and a son, and have five grandchildren.
I've spent my entire professional life of 60 years in the understanding and treatment of psychological issues.
More than 25 years
Adolescent Psychology and Adult Development; Health Psychology, Spiritual Psychology, Financial Planning
Dr. Mary Elisabeth Dean obtained her Ph.D. in the department of Counseling Psychology/Counselor Education from New York University in 1985. Following this she was a psychological counselor for students and an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the American University in Cairo, Egypt. Beginning in 1991, Dr. Dean had a private practice in Psychotherapy, specializing in the treatment of adolescents and adults, in Red Bank New Jersey, which continued for the next 20 years. Concurrently, she worked for ten years in the practices of two psychiatrists in Toms River, N.J., as a psychotherapist. In 2011, she moved her practice to Monmouth Beach, New Jersey and continues in a limited private practice of psychotherapy. Dr. Dean is a Psychologist, Educator and Seminar Presenter. She was a pro bono consultant to the Women With Disabilities of Monmouth County for many years. She also did pro bono Psychological Counseling for clients and workshops for staff at 180 Turning Lives Around, Inc. These were heart-warming experiences.
Extensive knowledge of the field of psychology and the integration of nutritional and spiritual counseling in the treatment of the whole person.
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