Generic Profile Picture Haneen Haddad, PsyD

Role(s)

  • Assistant Professor, Clinical Psychology Department

Degrees

  • PsyD, MA, William James College, MA
  • MA, Teachers College, Columbia University, NY
  • BA, Boston University, MA 

Teaching

  • PA 601 - Cognitive Assessment
  • CC 522 - Diversity and Cross Cultural Psychology
  • PY 521 - Child Psychopathology

Research and Practice Interests

  • Assessment
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Neurodevelopmental disorders
  • Early childhood
  • Multicultural practice 

Professional Licenses and Certifications

  • MA Licensed Psychologist and Health Service Provider 

Publications and Presentations

Publications

Haddad, H.A. Making Meaning of Being Palestinian: Youth in Palestine Explore What Their Identity Means. Nov. 2019, Palestinian Mental Health Without Borders.

Haddad, H.A. An Exploration of Ethnic and National Identity Development in Palestinian Youth. 2014: Muslim Mental Health Conference.

Haddad, H.A. (2014). An exploration of ethnic and national identity development in Palestinian youth.Journal of Muslim Mental Health, 8(2), 71 – 72.

Haddad, H.A. (2014). An exploration of collective identity development in Palestinian youth in the West Bank (Doctoral dissertation). ProQuest Dissertations Publishing. 3623782. 

Presentations

Staff Training, “The Assessment and Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder in Children, South Cove Community Health Center, July 2019. 

Co-Presentation, “Two Wolves, Which Do You Feed? Mindfulness Strategies for the Classroom,” Arlington High School Wellness Day, December 2018. 

Staff Training, “Psychological Assessment for Educators” Pathways Academy McLean Hospital, July 2018. 

Staff Training, “Psychological Diagnoses,” Pathways Academy McLean Hospital, April 2018.

Co-Presentation, “Neuropsychological Evaluations,” Winchester Special Education Parent Advisory Council, December 2017 (http://winspecialedpac.org/neuropsych.pdf). 

Presentation, “Autism Spectrum Disorder,” Boston Leadership Institute at Dana Hall School, July 2016.

Panelist, “Palestinian Children’s Trauma,” Sabeel Conference, November 2014 (https://www.fosna.org/conference-trip/cambridge-ma-breaking-generation). 

Co-Presentation, “Palestinian Youth and Families, Identity and Resilience,” Greater Boston Muslim Health Initiative, May 2014. 

Staff Training, “Psychological Assessment: When to Refer and Constructing a Referral Question” The Italian Home for Children, January 2014.

Presentation, “Working with Children Who Have Behavioral and Emotional Difficulties and Their Parents,” Lawrence Public School District – Wrap Around Zone, April 2013.

Current Professional Leadership and/or Concurrent Work Experience

  • Advent School, Psychologist
  • Private Practice

Professional Affiliations

  • American Psychological Association