<iframe src="//www.googletagmanager.com/ns.html?id=GTM-NP2ZK8" height="0" width="0" style="display:none;visibility:hidden"></iframe> Julie Kellaway

Julie Kellaway

jkellaway@naropa.edu | 303.245.4768

Assistant Professor
Core Faculty

Programs

MA Clinical Mental Health Counseling: Mindfulness-Based Transpersonal Counseling - Core Faculty

Education

PhD Counseling Psychology, Colorado State University
MS Counseling Psychology, Colorado State University
BS Psychology, Colorado State University

Julie Kellaway holds a doctorate in counseling psychology and a certification in ethnic studies (with concentration in Native American studies) from Colorado State University. She brings experience in teaching, administration, and research to Naropa University. Kellaway is a licensed psychologist and maintains a private practice.

From the Heart

Naropa is on the cutting edge of mindfulness-based education. I am honored to be a part of moving Naropa's rich tradition of contemplative education forward.

Recent Publications

  • Kellaway, J.A., Spinaris-Tutor, C., & Denhof, M. (August 2012). “Partial Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Rates in United States Corrections Professionals.” Presentation at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Orlando, Florida
  • Kellaway, J.A. (August 2012). “Peer-Driven Services: Integrating Peer Specialists within the Mental Health Continuum of Care.” Presentation at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Orlando, Florida
  • Spinaris-Tutor, C., Denhof, M., & Kellaway, J.A. (August 2011). “Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in the United States Correction Ranks.” Presentation at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.
  • Deffenbacher, J.A. & Kellaway, J.A. (August 2011). “Individual Differences and the Severity of Anger Consequences.” Presentation at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.
  • Kellaway, J. A. & Deffenbacher, J.A. (August 2010). “Prediction of the Frequency of Anger Consequences.” Presentation at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Diego, California.
  • Deffenbacher, J.L., & Kellaway, J. A. (August 2010). “Prediction of the Severity of Anger Consequences.” Presentation at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Diego, California.
  • Kellaway, Julie A. & Bemowski, Heidi A. (2008). "From the Ivory Tower to the real world: Assessing racial micro-aggressions in a community mental health setting." Poster presented on October 17, 2008 at the Culture of Data Conference, Denver, CO.
  • Kellaway, Julie A. & Rosen, Lee A. (2008). “Mental retardation and developmental disabilities." Entry in Frederick T.L. Leong’s Encyclopedia of Counseling-Volume One: Changes and Challenges for Counseling in the 21st Century, pp. 294-296. SAGE, Thousand Oaks, CA.
  • Stratton, J.S., Kellaway, J.A., & Rottini, A.M. (2007). "Retrospectives from three counseling psychology pre-doctoral interns: How navigating the challenges of graduate school in the face of death and debilitating illness influenced the development of clinical practice." Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 38 (6), pp. 589-595.
  • Stratton, J. S., & Kellaway, J. A. (November-December 2006). “Does emotional eating merit clinical attention?” Colorado Psychological Association Newsletter.
  • Stratton, J. S., & Kellaway, J. A. (2006). Efficacy of a Short Term Group Therapy Treatment Model for Emotion-Related Binge Eating Disorder: Mid-Treatment Results. Poster presented at the Colorado Psychological Association Conference, Englewood, CO.
  • Kellaway, J. A., & Stratton, J. S. (2006). Efficacy of a Short Term Group Therapy Treatment Model for Emotion-Related Binge Eating Disorder. Poster presented at the Colorado/ Wyoming Counseling Center Conference, Boulder, CO.
  • Kellaway, J.A. (2006). “Mixed Messages May Impede the Search for the Disappearing Girl.” Psychology of Women Quarterly, 30, pp. 231-238.
  • Kellaway, J.A. & Chew, B. (2006) “A brief overview: The federal government’s use of educational laws as a tool of assimilation amongst American Indian and Native Hawaiian Youth.” Poster presented at the 2nd Annual Cultural Competency Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.

Courses Taught

Diagnostic Psychopathology
Helping Relationships
Research
Social and Cultural Foundations