Director of Doctoral Field Education
Clinical Assistant Professor
Office: Loyola Clinical Centers 200T
B.A. (Psychology) - McDaniel College
M.S. (Clinical Psychology) - Loyola University in Maryland
Psy.D. (Clinical Psychology) - Loyola University in Maryland
Pre-doctoral Internship - Pace University Counseling Center
Post-doctoral Fellowship - Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt Hospital
Licensed Psychologist in Maryland
- PY 621 - Principles and Practices of Psychotherapy
- PY 622/845 - Object Relations
- PY 710 - Diversity Issues in Psychology
- PY 711/886 - Eating Disorders
- PY 842 - Supervision Theory and Practice
- PY 845 - Advanced Techniques: Couples Therapy
- PY 918 - Professional Development and Case Consultation
- Barnett, J.E., & Jacobson, C. H. (2019). Ethical and legal issues in family and couple therapy. In B. H. Fiese, M. Celano, K. Deater-Deckard, E. N. Jouriles, & M. A. Whisman (Eds.), APA handbook of contemporary family psychology: Family therapy and training (pp. 53-68). American Psychological Association. [doi]
- Jacobson, C. (2017). Eating disorders and gender. In K. L. Nadal (Ed.), The SAGE encyclopedia of psychology and gender (pp. 479-481). Sage Publications.
- Jacobson, C. (2016). Book review of J. Zimmerman & D. Libby, Financial management for your mental health practice: Key concepts made simple. TPI Press, 2015.
- Jacobson, C. (2014). Eating disorders in couples therapy. The Maryland Psychologist, 59(2), 11-12.
- Jacobson, C., Domayer, C., & Nack, T. (2012). Eating disorders: Diagnosis, etiology, and treatment. In P. K. Lundberg-Love, K. L. Nadal, and M. A. Paludi (Eds.), Women and mental disorders (pp. 21-57). Praeger/ABC-CLIO.
Areas of Specialization
Clinical interests include multiculturalism with a focus on intersectional interpersonal relationships; romantic relationships and Gottman couples therapy with a focus on adult attachment; the treatment of eating disorders; interpersonal and psychodynamic psychotherapy. Research interests include the longitudinal factors in the maintenance of romantic relationships.