Dr. Melissa Jones received her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of Maryland in 2005 where she specialized in research on the psychotherapy process and women’s issues. While at the University of Maryland she provided psychotherapy to students in their Counseling Center, as well as to clients in the community. In addition to her clinical work, she also taught courses on basic counseling skills and supervised graduates students in counseling psychology. She worked for 10 years at Brigham Young University’s Counseling and Psychological services where she treated a variety of students with different emotional concerns.
Dr. Jones is currently a licensed psychologist and assistant professor of Clinical Psychology at BYU where she supervises and teaches doctoral students in the doctoral Clinical Psychology program.