Julie Guay, Psy.D.

Julie Guay, Psy.D.
Title: 
Associate Professor of Psychology
Office: 
Nazareth Hall 30
Phone Extension: 
3481
Email Address: 
jguay@immaculata.edu
Education: 

Psy.D., Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University
M.B.A., B.S., Indiana University

Biography: 

Dr. Julie Guay earned a B.S. in Quantitative Business Analysis and an MBA in Finance from Indiana University.  She worked at International Business Machines and a variety of other technology/communications companies before earning her Psy.D. from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology.  She completed her internship at the Coatesville VA Medical Center and completed postdoctoral training in neuropsychology and rehabilitation psychology at Cooper University Medical Center and A. I. duPont Hospital for Children. 

Prior to becoming a full-time faculty member, Dr. Guay was an adjunct instructor within the Immaculata ACCEL program.  Dr. Guay is a licensed psychologist in Pennsylvania and Delaware.

Dr. Guay is a member of the National Academy of Neuropsychology and the Philadelphia Neuropsychology Society.  Her areas of interest include psychological/neuropsychological assessment, sports neuropsychology, and psychosocial issues related to spina bifida and other chronic medical or neurological conditions.

Courses Taught: 
  • Professional Issues and Ethics
  • Statistics
  • Research Methods
  • Biological Bases of Behavior
  • Cognitive and Affective Bases of Behavior
  • Diagnostic Seminar
  • Group Counseling
Publications: 

Laatsch, L., & Guay, J. (2005). Rehabilitation of reading comprehension fluency in adults with acquired brain injury. Journal of Cognitive Rehabilitation.

Presentations: 

Guay, J., Bennati, A., & Dibble, B. (2014). Assessment and treatment of concussion and post-concussion syndrome. Symposium conducted at the Pennsylvania Psychological Association Annual Conference, Harrisburg, PA.

Guay, J. (2014, July). Neuropsychological Assessment of Degenerative Memory Disorders. Presentation to Immaculata University Predoctoral Internship Consortium, Immaculata, PA.

Stone, J., Yalof, J., Guay, J, & Stinchfield, T. (2014). The Experience of Partners of Extreme Sport Athletes. Poster session presented at APA, Division 47, Washington, DC.

Chastain Graham, A., Guay, J., McGrath, M., & Mood, E. (2013). Treatment and rehabilitation of violent sexual offenders: Professional providers’ perceptions of risk factors, treatment models, and their contribution to recidivism. Poster session presented at North Carolina Psychological Association. 

Conforto, A., Guay, J., Abraham, P. & McGrath, M. (2013). Executive Functioning in Children, Adolescents, and Young Adults with Perinatally Acquired HIV. Poster session presented at Pediatric Psychology Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Guay, J. (2013). Concussion: What’s the big deal? Presented at Lacrosse Evolution Coaching Clinics, Downingtown, PA; King of Prussia, PA

Guay, J. (2012). Neuroscience of the Teenage Brain. Presented during At Risk Behaviors Conference, Chester County Intermediate Unit; May, 2012; Downingtown, PA.

Guay, J. (2012). Ethical Decision-Making: Competence, Boundaries, and Resolution of Ethical Issues. Presented at Devereux Mapleton; April, 2012; Malvern, PA.

Vojtko, K., Irani, F., Guay, J., Calkins, M., Gur, R. (2012). List-learning performance in families with schizophrenia (PAARTNERS Project). Poster session presented at American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology and Immaculata University (April 2012).

Guay, J. (2012). Concussion: Myths and Facts. Presented at Parisi Speed School; February, 2012; Downingtown, PA.

McGrath, M. C.; Dorliae, F. C.; Jenny, E.; & Guay, J. (2011, August). Experiences of ethnically diverse early career psychologists in U.S. postsecondary academic settings. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association (Division 45: Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues), Washington, DC

McGrath, M. C., Jenny, E., Dorliae, F. C., & Guay, J. (2010, August). ECPs in academic settings: Characteristics, roles, and challenges. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association (Division 1: Society for General Psychology), San Diego, CA.

Memon, F., McGrath, M. C., Dorliae, F. C., & Guay, J. (2010, June). Perceived racial discrimination: Impact on executive functioning. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Psychological Association, Harrisburg, PA.

Chenoweth-Dorliae, F., Guay, J., Jenny, E., & McGrath, M. (2009). Early Career Psychologists: Balancing Clinical and Academic Roles. Panel discussion presented at the Pennsylvania Psychological Association Conference, June 2009; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Guay, J. & Crowley, J. (2008). Issues in Living with Spina Bifida. Presented at the Spinal Dysfunction Conference. A. I. duPont Hospital for Children; February 2008; Wilmington, Delaware.

Guay, J. & Triebel, K. (2006). Working Memory and CPT-II Differences in Children with ADHD and Dyslexia. Poster session presented at the National Academy of Neuropsychology meeting; San Antonio, Texas.

Guay, J. (2006). Utility of the Continuous Performance Test-II in Differentiating ADHD and Dyslexia. Poster session presented at the International Neuropsychology Society meeting; Boston, Massachusetts.

Giordano, N., Guay, J. L., Chelminski, S. L., Lofland, K. R., Blonsky, E.R., Katz, J. A., & Walega, D. R. (March 2005). Physician utilization of and beliefs about presurgical psychological screening. Poster session presentation at American Pain Society; Boston, Massachusetts.

Guay, J. (2005).  Assessment of Malingering. Presented at Pain and Rehabilitation Clinic of Chicago; Chicago, Illinois.

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