Jennifer L. Hinesley, Psy.D., LCP

Jennifer L. Hinesley, Psy.D., LCPAssistant Professor Clinical Psychologist

Department: Department of Family Medicine & Population Health

Phone: (804) 827-4124

Email: jennifer.hinesley@vcuhealth.org

Address/Location:
One Capitol Square, 6th Floor, Room 624
830 E. Main Street
Richmond, VA 23219

Undergraduate Education

  • B.S., Psychology, State University of New York at Cortland

Graduate Education

  • Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA
  • M.S., Rehabilitation Counseling, Northeastern University, Boston, MA

Post Graduate Education

  • Mary D. Ainsworth Child-Parent Attachment Clinic
    The University of Virginia
    Charlottesville, VA
  • Children's National Medical Center
    Washington, DC

Affiliate Departments

  • Pediatrics

Research Expertise

  • Maternal and Child Health
    Adverse Childhood Experiences
    Health Disparities
    Vulnerable Populations

Clinical Specialties

  • PTSD (child and adult)
    Child Abuse (assessment and intervention)
    Depression
    Suicide (evaluation and intervention)
    Anxiety Disorders
    Parenting
    Attachment
    Integrated Behavioral Health Care

Teaching Expertise

  • Psychotherapy with children, adolescents, families, and adults
    Psychological Assessment;
    Crisis Intervention
    Suicide (Evaluation and Intervention)
    Child Abuse (Evaluation and Intervention)
    Inpatient and Outpatient Psychology

Keywords & Interest Areas

  • Psychotherapy (children, families, adults)
    Diagnostic Assessment and Consultation
    Integrated Behavioral Health Care
    Clinical Supervision
    Developmental Psychopathology
    Child and Adult PTSD
    Attachment
    Early Childhood Assessment and Intervention
    Parenting

Practice Sites

Awards & Honors

  • Emerging Scholar Program, Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research, VCU

Professional Affiliations

  • Richmond Academy of Medicine
    American Psychological Association
    Society for Research in Child Development
    Zero to Three

Selected Peer Reviewed Publications:

  • Copeland, W., Shanahan, L., Hinesley, J., Chan, R., Karolina, A., Van den Oord, E., & Costello, J. (2018). Association of Childhood Trauma Exposure with Adult Psychiatric Disorders and Functional Outcomes. JAMA Network Open, pp 1-11.


    Stevens, L.F., Hinesley, J.L., Stewart, A., Atwood, K., & Pickett, T.C. (2017). Relevance of Attachment Theory to Parenting Concerns among Veterans with TBI. Current Treatment Options in Psychiatry, DOI 10.1007/s40501-017-0117-x pp 1-13.


    Ernst, W.E., Gilbert, J.L., Trice, A., & Potts, H. (2009). Misconceptions About Traumatic Brain Injury and Recovery Among Nursing Students. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 24(3), 213-220.


    Reimer, B., D’Ambrosio, L., Gilbert, J., Coughlin, J., Biederman, J., Surman, C., Fried, R., & Aleardi, M. (2005). Behavior Differences in Drivers with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: The Driving Behavior Questionnaire. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 37(6), 996-1004.


    Harpold, T., Biederman, J., Gilbert, J., & Kwon, A. (2005). Examining the association between pediatric bipolar disorder and anxiety disorders in psychiatrically referred children and adolescents. Journal of Affective Disorders, 88(1), 19-26.


    Biederman, J., Monuteaux, M., Faraone, S., Hirshfeld-Becker, D., Henin, A., Gilbert, J., & Rosenbaum, J.  (2004). Does referral bias impact findings in high- risk offspring for anxiety disorders? A controlled study of high-risk children of non-referred parents with panic disorder/agoraphobia and major depression. Journal of Affective Disorders, 82(2), 209-216.


    Hirshfeld-Becker, D., Biederman, J., Gilbert, J., & Rosenbaum, JF. Behavioral inhibition: what is the nature of the risk conferred? Salud Ciencia(i) Sociedad Iberoamericana di Informacion Cientifica.


    Biderman, J., Petty, C., Faraone, S., Hirshfeld-Becker, D, Henin, A., Gilbert, J., & Rosenbaum, J. (2004). Moderating effects of major depression on patterns of comorbidity in patients with panic disorder. Psychiatric Research, 126(2), 143-149.

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