Jenny Grant Weinandy
Jenny Grant, M.A., is a fourth-year Year clinical graduate student from the United Kingdom. She completed her undergraduate at John Carroll University, Cleveland OH, and is currently working on her prelim under the guidance of her advisor, Dr. Joshua Grubbs. Most of her research focuses on addictions, including substance use, alcohol, gambling, and other behavioural addictions, as well as trauma and religion/spirituality. However, she enjoys working in the Finding Balance in Emotions and Eating lab because of its work using DBT skills to help treat unhelpful eating behaviours. She hopes to use this knowledge to transfer to her work with addictions, particularly those that are not considered full diagnoses. After graduating, Jenny hopes to continue to do research and teach at a University, as well as continue with some clinical work.
Braden, A., Redondo, R., Ferrell, E., Anderson, L., Grant Weinandy, J., Watford, T., & Barnhart, W. R. (under review). An open trial examining dialectical behavior therapy skills and behavioral weight loss for adults with emotional eating and overweight/obesity.
Ferrell, E. L., Russin, S. E., & Grant, J. T. (2020). Perceptions of psychological treatment for trauma survivors. Journal of Community Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1002/jcop.22359
Grant, J. T., Grubbs, J. B., & Kraus, S. W. (2019). Gambling. In F. R. Frankenberg Addictions: Elements, History, Examples, And Research. ABC-Clio.
Grant Weinandy, J. T., & Grubbs, J. B. (2021). Gambling with god: The effect of gambling and religious and spiritual struggles. Mental Health, Religion, and Culture. https://doi.org/ 10.1080/13674676.2021.1878491
Grubbs, J. B., Hoagland, K. C., Lee, B. N., Grant, J. T., Davison, P., Reid, R. C., & Kraus, S. W. (2020). Sexual addiction 25 years on: A systematic and methodological review of empirical literature and an agenda for future research. Clinical Psychology Review. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cpr.2020.101925
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