Ph.D. - Miami University, Clinical Psychology
M.A. - Miami University, Clinical Psychology
B.A. - University of Cincinnati, Psychology
Pre-doctoral Internship - Emory University School of Medicine
Post-doctoral Fellowship - Emory University School of Medicine
Theoretical Orientation: Dr. Griffith works from a cognitive behavioral orientation with an integration of interpersonal and positive psychology within a multicultural counseling lens.
Areas of Clinical Interest: Mindfulness and meditation, coping with chronic health conditions, African American women’s issues, sport and performance psychology, life transitions, stress management, resilience, anxiety and depression.
Dr. Jeana Griffith is a licensed psychologist in the state of Georgia. Dr. Griffith is the Director of Integrated Health Services at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia, where she supervises the coordination of psychiatric services, wellness programming, Student Health Promotion, Student Victim Assistance, Student Nutrition Services, and Panther’s Pantry.
Dr. Griffith believes in the development of future psychologists and serves as a supervisor for the clinical trainees at the Counseling Center. She has a passion for developing innovative programming to assist students with the tools they need so that they can Be Well and Do Well. She serves on several committees throughout the university, focused on the development of wellness initiatives and creating a community of care. She has led over 100 workshops on a variety of topics such as stress management, the imposter phenomenon, racial healing, mindfulness, and meditation, recognizing and assisting students in distress, building resilience, managing anxiety, and sports and academic performance enhancement.
Dr. Griffith is also an Adjunct Faculty member at Emory University School of Medicine and Morehouse School of Medicine, where she enjoys teaching and mentoring trainees.
She enjoys photography, cooking, traveling, and spending time with her two rottweilers, friends and family.
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.“
~ Maya Angelou