Professor Emerita
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Behavioral Sciences Department
New Mexico Highlands University

Phone: 505.454.3562
Email: jlhill@nmhu.edu

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Behavioral Sciences Department
New Mexico Highlands University
911 University Ave.
Las Vegas, NM 87701
Phone: 505.454.3562
Fax: 505.454.3331
E-mail: jlhill@nmhu.edu

Faculty Information

 

Overview

EDUCATION:
Ph.D., Clinical/Community Psychology, DePaul University (APA approved), Chicago, IL, 1991
M.A. Clinical/Community Psychology, DePaul University, Chicago, IL, 1986
B.A. Psychology, Douglass College, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, 1983

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES AND APPOINTMENTS:

American Psychological Association
Secretary, The Society for Community Research and Action – August 2007 to present
The Society for Community Research and Action – 1983 to present
Co-Chair, 9th Biennial Conference on Community Research and Action, New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas, NM, June 4-7, 2003
Chair, SCRA Women’s Committee – June 1993-June 1995
Chair, SCRA Rocky Mountain Region- June 1991 to June 1994

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

Professor of Psychology– August, 2002 to present
New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas, NM

Associate Professor of Psychology– August, 1998 to present
New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas, NM

Assistant Professor of Psychology– August, 1990 to August, 1997, leave of absence, May, 1994 to August, 1995
New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas, NM

Instructor– September, 1986 to June, 1987
DePaul University Psychology Department, Chicago, IL
Responsibilities: Designing and teaching Developmental Psychology, Social Psychology, Experimental Psychology, and Applied Psychology, including instruction in community psychology and behavior modification.

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE:

Psychologist– February, 1998 to June, 1998
Las Vegas City Schools, Las Vegas, NM

Consultant, Rancho Valmora– February, 1997 to December, 1998
Rancho Valmora, Valmora, NM

Psychologist II, New Mexico Boys’ School– May, 1994 to August 1995
New Mexico Boys’ School, Springer, NM

Consultant, New Mexico Boys’ School– August, 1991 to July, 1993
New Mexico Boys’ School, Springer, NM

School Intervention Program Supervisor– October, 1989 to July, 1990
Treatment Alternatives for Special Clients, Chicago, IL

Consultation and Education Specialist– September, 1988 to June, 1989
La Frontera Community Mental Health Center, Tucson, AZ

COMPAS Worker– February, 1988 to June, 1989
Sonora Desert Hospital, Tucson, AZ

Psychology Intern– September, 1987 to September, 1988
La Frontera Community Mental Health Center, Tucson, AZ

Therapist Trainee– September, 1985 to June, 1986
Transitional Living Programs, Chicago, IL

Therapist Trainee– September, 1983 to June, 1985
DePaul University Mental Health Center, Chicago, IL

GRANT ACTIVITY:

Principle Investigator – 2002 “An Investigation of Self-esteem In Pre-adolescent Hispanic Girls”, MBRS Pilot Grant funded for two years at $68,679.

Principle Investigator- 1998 “Effects of bicultural stories on sense of identity in Hispanic females”. Psi Chi Faculty Advisor Research Grant

Principle Investigator- 1996 “Cognitive functioning and impulsive aggression in young males exhibiting low serotonin syndrome”. NMHU Faculty Research Grant funded for $1500.

 

Publications

 

Professional Journals

Hill, J. L., Mance, G. A., Anderson, R. E., & Smith, E. P. (2012). The role of ethnic identity in interventions to promote positive adolescent development. Global Journal of Community Psychology Practice, 2(3), 1-12. 13/03/2012, from (http://www.gjcpp.org/)

Hill, J., Bond, M.A., Mulvey, A. & Terenzio, M. (2000). Methodological issues and challenges for a feminist community psychology. American Journal of Community Psychology, 28, 759-772.

Mulvey, A., Terenzio, M., Hill, J., Bond, M.A., Huygens, I., Hamerton, H. & Cahill, S. (2000). Stories of relative privilege: Power and social change in feminist community psychology. American Journal of Community Psychology, 28, 883-911.

Bond, M.A., Hill, J., Mulvey, A. & Terenzio, M. (2000). Weaving feminism and community psychology: An introduction to a special issue American Journal of Community Psychology, 28, 585-597.

Hill, J. (2000). A rational for the integration of spirituality into community psychology. Journal of Community Psychology, (28) 2, 139-149.

Hill, J. (1996). Psychological sense of community: Suggestions for future research. Journal of Community Psychology, 24(4), 431-438.

Hill, J. (1996). Challenging the possible verdicts of history. Journal of Primary Prevention, 16, 499-504.

Camras, L., Ribordy, S., Hill, J., Martino, S., Sachs, V., Spaccarelli, S., & Stefani, R. (1990). Maternal facial behavior and the recognition and production of emotional expression by maltreated and nonmaltreated children. Developmental Psychology, 26(2), 304-312.

Camras, L., Ribordy, S., Hill, J., Martino, S., Spaccarrelli, S., & Stefani, R. (1988). Recognition and posing of emotional expressions by abused children and their mothers. Developmental Psychology, 24(6), 776-781.

Hill, J. & Jason, L. (1987). An evaluation of a school-based child sexual abuse prevention program. Psychotherapy Bulletin, 22, 36-38.

Edited Journal Issues

Bond, M.A., Hill, J., Mulvey, A. & Terenzio, M. (Eds.). (2000). Special issue Part I: Feminism and Community Psychology. American Journal of Community Psychology.

Bond, M.A., Hill, J., Mulvey, A. & Terenzio, M. (Eds.). (2000). Special issue Part II: Feminist Methods in Community Psychology. American Journal of Community Psychology.

Book Chapter

Salina, D., Hill, J., Solarz, A., Lesondak, L., & Lazzano, L. (in press, 2003). A feminist approach to participatory action research: The example of empowerment behind bars. In L. Jason, C. Keys, Y. Suarez-Balcazar, et al. (Eds.). Participatory Community Research: Theories and Methods in Action. Washington: APA.

 

Presentations

 

PRESENTATIONS:

Hill, J., Ortiz, M., Martinez, M., Olguin, S., Trujillo, E., Valdez, B. E., Underhill, K., Davis, R., Hackley, C. & Surina, K. (April, 2003). Instilling a collective sense of voice and empowerment in pre-adolescent females. 2003 NMHU Research Day, Las Vegas, New Mexico.

Hill, J., Wright, K., Keck, P. & Davis, J. (April, 2002). Las Vegas Communities That Care: Applied research for community development. NMHU Community Research Symposium, Las Vegas, New Mexico.

Hill, J., Eby, K., Bond, M., Mulvey, A., Brodsky, A., Rosario, M, Angelique, H., Bond, L., Campbell, R., Culley, M., Hamby, S., Huygens, I. & Hamerton, H. (June, 2001). Feminism and community psychology: Discovering integrated understandings. 8th Biennial Conference for the Society for Community Research and Action, Atlanta, Georgia.

Hill, J. (Symposium Chair), Jason, L., Biglan, A. & Solarz, A. (June, 1999). Employing social science research to inform public policy: Strategies for political action. 7th Biennial Conference for the Society for Community Research and Action, New Haven, Connecticut.

Hill, J., & Stewart, C. (June, 1999). Sense of community among youth, juvenile delinquency, and the Communities That Care program. 7th Biennial Conference for the Society for Community Research and Action, New Haven, Connecticut.

Bond, M., Foster-Fishman, P., Lardon, C., Fingers, E., Hill, J., Keren, T., Mulvey, A., Roberts, V., Schneider, M., Terenzio, M., Turro, G., & O’Connor, P. (June, 1995). Affirming diversity in community psychology: Personal commitment and systemic support (or “Easier said than done”). 5th Biennial Conference of the Society for Community Research and Action, Chicago, Illinois.

Hill, J. (1992, August) Roundtable discussion. “Community Psychology Regional Networks: Process and Products”. The American Psychological Association’s 100th meeting, Washington, D.C. I was one of several invited presenters.

Hill, J. & Ferrall, P. (1989, June). Community values and their effects on prevention programs. Poster session. 2nd Biennial Conference on Community Research and Action, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

Hill, J. & Jason, L. (1987, May). An evaluation of a child sexual abuse primary prevention program. Presentation at 59th Annual Meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

Jason, L., Rhodes, J., Hill, J., Thompson, D. & Watkins, P. (1986, October). Preventive behavioral approaches in the schools: Drug abuse, gang members, child sexual abuse, and pregnancy. Invited presentation at the 2nd Annual Meeting of the Behavior Analysis Society of Illinois, DeKalb, IL.

 

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