Shawn Blue, Psy.D., is a licensed psychologist. She currently works as an Assistant Professor at Thomas Jefferson University, a staff psychologist in the Student Counseling Center, and as Outreach Coordinator overseeing all workshops and programs offered by the Counseling Center.
In addition to her faculty status at Jefferson, Dr. Blue carries a clinical caseload including the university’s health professional students as well as a caseload of private clients. She conducts individual, couples, and group therapy and has specializations in trauma, eating disorders, and energy psychology.
Dr. Blue received a Diplomate in Comprehensive Energy Psychology (DCEP) credentialing in 2017 which integrates her interests in mind/body health, energy work and wellness interventions. In addition to her work at Jefferson, she has extensive work in the area of campus mental health, including Agnes Scott College, Emory University, Vanderbilt University, Princeton University, and Westminster Choir College of Rider University. She also adjunct teaches at Chestnut Hill College, where she alternates between teaching Career Counseling and Psychological Assessment.
Dr. Blue has written several scholarly works. She has co-authored several chapters on topics including the psychoanalytic perspective of Martin Luther King, Jr., divorce, violence, and the sexual abuse of children. In 2017, she authored a book on grief and romantic relationship dissolution which was published by Lexington Books, and in 2020, she wrote a book entitled "The psychology of modern dating: Websites, apps and relationships.”