Dr. Juliet Bradley

Dr. Juliet Bradley holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, a Master of Social Work, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Human Development and Family Studies. She has 5 years of teaching experience in higher education, including 2 years of experience in online education. Dr. Bradley also currently writes grants for a nonprofit mental health agency, and has over 16 years of experience in the fields of human services and social work. She has primarily worked in a variety of settings with children, adolescents, and adults with mental health issues and developmental disabilities. Additionally, she has experience conducting research on children with disabilities and adolescents with mental health issues and substance use problems.

Dr. Bradley has presented at numerous academic conferences and conventions, with her most recent presentation being at the Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention in Washington, DC. At the Convention, she presented findings from a study that found stability of anxiety over time in adolescents of different ethnic backgrounds. Dr. Bradley’s most recent publication is an article related to adolescent coping typologies and alcohol use published in Vulnerable Children & Youth Studies, Ohannessian, C.M, Bradley, J.R., Waninger, K., Ruddy, K., Willis, B., and Hesselbrock, V.M. (2010).

Dr. Bradley’s professional memberships include the National Organization for Human Services, and the Association for Psychological Science. She is also a Licensed Social Worker in New Jersey. Dr. Bradley has been with Purdue Global (formerly Kaplan University) since 2009.