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Jennifer Lukomski

Professor
Department of Psychology
College of Liberal Arts

585-475-2416
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Jennifer Lukomski

Professor
Department of Psychology
College of Liberal Arts

Education

BA, Williams College; MA, Gallaudet University; Ph.D., University of Arizona

Bio

Jennifer Lukomski has been with the Department of Psychology/School Psychology program since 1997. She is a Licensed Psychologist, and a Registered Yoga Instructor. Her research interest’s focus on deaf and hard of hearing individual’s executive functioning, social emotional functioning and resiliency. In addition, her current research exploration is in the area of dreams, and the mind-body connection.

585-475-2416

Currently Teaching

PSYC-701
3 Credits
The purpose of the course is for students to continue to participate in supervised field experiences in school/clinical settings along with a didactic component emphasizing the development and application of a multicultural and contextual lens within their field experiences. Students will gain knowledge necessary to work effectively with students from a wide variety of contextual, cultural, and linguistic backgrounds. Topics include but not limited to: multicultural theory, culture, cultural identity, social class, race and ethnicity, gender issues, religion and spirituality, and sexual orientation.
PSYC-722
3 Credits
This course focuses on the refinement of counseling skills used with children and adolescents in individual and group counseling. Students will integrate theory, research and processes relative to individual and group work within cognitive-behavioral and solution-focused theoretical models. Students will consult with parents and teachers as they develop treatment plans, counseling interventions, progress monitor interventions, and write recommendations. Crisis intervention and group behavior management will also be addressed. This course is offered to second-year students matriculating in the school psychology program.

Select Scholarship

Invited Keynote/Presentation
Lukomski, J. and D. Wellin. "The Yoga of Leadership." RIT Connectology Leadership Conference: Break the Mold: Leading the Way. RIT Student Union. Rochester, NY. 15 Mar. 2014. Conference Presentation. *
Lukomski, J. "Strategies for Coping with Change." Executive Assistants Workshop on Dealing with Leadership Changes. Rochester Institute of Technology. Rochester, NY. 11 Sep. 2014. Conference Presentation. *
Lukomski, J. and D. Wellin. "The Yoga of Leadership." RIT Connectology Leadership Conference: Break the Mold: Leading the Way. RIT Student Union. Rochester, NY. 15 Mar. 2014. Conference Presentation.
Lukomski, J. "Strategies for Coping with Change." Executive Assistants Workshop on Dealing with Leadership Changes. Rochester Institute of Technology. Rochester, NY. 11 Sep. 2014. Conference Presentation.
Journal Paper
Lukomski, Jennifer. "Are Deaf Students Visual Learners?" Learning and Individual Differences 25. (2013): 156-162. Print. *
Lukomski, Jennifer, Peter C. Hauser, and Vince Samar. "Reliability and Validity of the BRIEF-A for Assessing Deaf College Students' Executive Function." Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment 31. 4 (2013): 363-374. Print. *
Lukomski, J. "Do You See What I See? School Perspectives of Deaf Children, Hearing Children, and Their Parents." European Journal of Special Needs Education 27. 4 (2012): 483-497. Print. *