Jeanne Piette, Ph.D.

Faculty – Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology

Jeanne Piette, Ph.D.

Associate Professor


Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Loyola University Chicago
M.A., Clinical Psychology, Loyola University Chicago
B.A., Psychology, Marquette University



Dr. Piette is a licensed clinical psychologist in the District of Columbia and the Commonwealth of Virginia and has worked as a clinician, supervisor, consultant and administrator in a wide variety of clinical settings. Examples of prior roles include serving as a PTSD/Substance Use Specialist at a VA Hospital, an internship/externship Training Director at American University, and as Senior Associate Director of the Counseling Center at George Mason University. She has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in psychology at Loyola University Chicago, DePaul University, American University, and Philadelphia University.

Dr. Piette has clinical and scholarly interest in working with survivors of trauma and with veterans and members of the military. Additional areas of interest include clinical supervision and training, spirituality and diversity in clinical practice, moral injury, forgiveness, post-traumatic growth, psychodynamic theory and psychotherapy integration.