Rose J. Perkins
Professor of Psychology
Ph.B., English/Philosophy, University of Detroit
B.A. Psychology, Rhode Island College
M.A., Counseling Psychology, University of Colorado
Ed.D., Counseling Psychology, Northeastern University
Postdoctoral Training, The Tavistock Marital Studies Institute and the Tavistock Clinic for Marital Therapy, London, UK
Licensed Psychologist Provider, MA
Phone: (508) 565-1258
Office: Shields Science Center, 205
Counselor and Therapist
Early in her career, Professor Perkins worked with troubled adolescents as a counselor and therapist in the schools systems of Littleton, Colorado, Livonia, Michigan and Vernon, Connecticut.
Therapist and College Professor
At Bryant University, Professor Perkins continued her career as a therapist (working in the University's Counseling Center) and also began her college teaching career. She taught classes in Adolescent Psychology, Child and Adult Development, Counseling Theory and Practice, Personal AdjustmentGeneral Psychology.
Professor Perkins performed psychological evaluations and planned therapy for patients on the psychiatric unit, Emerson Hospital, Concord, MA. Additionally, she provided individual, group and family therapy for clients at the Eliot Clinic, located on the grounds of Emerson Hospital.
Professor Perkins began teaching at Stonehill College in 1987. She teaches Theories of Personality, Theories of Learning, Theories of Counseling, Psychology of Women, Child Psychopathology and Treatment and Counseling Practicum
PC 411 Counseling Practicum
PC 351 Child Psychopathology and Treatment
PC 315 Psychology of Women
PC 305 Theories of Learning
PC 205 Theories of Personality