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Jinsook Song

Antioch University New England

Dr. Jinsook Song is a licensed marriage and family therapist and an American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) approved supervisor. She joined AUNE as the Director of the clinical training for CFT MA and PhD programs in 2021 after previously serving as an adjunct instructor and supervisor.

While she was working with military families and children in international communities overseas as a music therapist, her interest in family therapy grew and led her to complete her PhD in marriage and family therapy. She brings many years of clinical experiences working with children, adults, and older adults in school settings, hospitals, a community mental health agency, and in private practice. In addition, she worked in 4 countries as a clinician, clinical supervisor, and adjunct faculty before settling in NH. She worked closely with the refugee community in Concord NH, brought access to the healthcare system and community engagement.

Her clinical and research interest areas are medical family therapy, trauma-informed therapy, intergenerational trauma, child-parent psychotherapy, community engagement in treatment, multicultural and feminist issues, cultural identity, supervision, and strengthening family relationships. She serves on the educational committee for NHAMFT. She is an AAMFT clinical member.

Educational History

PhD in Marriage and family therapy, Antioch University New England
MA in Music therapy, New York University

Song, J (2020). Bhutanese refugee families’ experience in community engagement and its influence on their relationships.
Song, J, Notice, M., & Robertson, J. (2018). Punishment in social learning theory. In Encyclopedia of couple and family therapy. SpringerLink
Notice, M., Song, J., & Robertson, J. (2018). Negative reinforcement in social learning theory. In Encyclopedia of couple and family therapy. SpringerLink
Song, J. Haley, J, Veleras, A & Lyness, K. (2017) Cultural identity and acculturation for New Americans. Groves Conference. Charleston, SC.
Song, J. (2017). Cultural identity and acculturation for New Americans. Grand Round. Concord Hospital FHC. Concord, NH
Richardson, R., Davis-Thompson, T. & Song, J (2017). New Americans in health care, NASW NH Chapter. Concord, NH
AAMFT Approved Supervisor
AAMFT Clinical Member
NHAMFT Educational committee member

Clinical Faculty,

Applied Psychology

Director of Clinical Training,

MA and PhD in Couple and Family Therapy

Director,

Couple and Family Therapy Institute

CONTACT INFORMATION

Courses Taught

  • CFT 6960 Clinical Training Skills
  • CFT 6961 Internship I
  • CFT 6962 Internship II
  • PYB 5260 Human Development
  • PYB 6060 Social and Cultural Diversity
  • PYB 519 B Family Studies Seminar: Trauma, Grief, and Loss
  • PY 686B Professional Seminar III in Marriage and Family Therapy
  • PY 687B Practicum III in Marriage and Family Therapy
  • PY 686B Professional Seminar II in Marriage and Family Therapy
  • PY 687B Practicum II in Marriage and Family Therapy
  • PY 686B Professional Seminar I in Marriage and Family Therapy
  • PY 687B Practicum I in Marriage and Family Therapy

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