Jacqueline Zeller earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Virginia. She is a licensed psychologist, school psychologist, and elementary education teacher. Her clinical interests focus on prevention and intervention efforts in schools and promoting resiliency in children. She has worked as a therapist in a variety of settings, including residential treatment centers, day treatment centers, outpatient clinics, hospitals, and schools. In addition, she has served as a consultant to schools serving preschool through high school-aged children. Zeller's research and consultation work has focused on understanding factors that contribute to the quality of teacher-student relationships, ways to help support teachers' efforts to promote responsive relationships with their students and positive classroom communities, and programming to help parents' support of their children's social-emotional and academic growth. Zeller is on the teaching faculty at the Harvard Graduate School of Education's master's program in Prevention Science and Practice/C.A.S. in Counseling, where she teaches graduate courses relating to school counseling and consultation, and coordinates elementary school-university partnerships.
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