Name: Dr. Elizabeth L. Quinn
Title: Associate Professor of Psychology
Office Location: Dyson 337
Extension: (845) 575-3000 ext. 2458
Email: elizabeth.quinn@marist.edu
Degrees Held: BA Psychology Marist College
MA Psychology Marist College
PhD Clinical Psychology Union Institute

Certifications: Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Bio: Faculty advisor to Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference (PURC)
Chair, Marist College IRB

Publications: Teed, E. L., Scileppi, J. A., Boeckmann, M., Crispi, E. L., Regan, J., & Whitehouse, D. J. M. (2007). The community mental health system: A navigational guide for providers. New York: Allyn & Bacon.

Scileppi, J. A., Teed, E. L., & Torres, R.D. (2005). Community psychology: A common sense approach to mental health. Japan: Minerva Shobo. (Japanese Edition)

Scileppi, J. A., Teed, E. L., & Torres, R.D. (2000). Community psychology: A common sense approach to mental health. New Jersey: Prentice Hall.


Competitive Grants with Published Summaries
Teed, E. L. (2007). Dutchess County sex offender management procedure and resource guide, a project grant funded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance, U.S. Department of
Justice.

Teed, E. (2005). City of Poughkeepsie 2002-2005 drug treatment court evaluation grant funded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance, U.S. Department of Justice.

Teed, E. & McGahan, J. (2003). Children's Health Initiative (CHI) evaluation report and presentation funded by Dutchess County Government.

Teed, E. L. & McGahan, J. L (2003). Dutchess County youth tobacco survey for The Children's Services Council funded by Dutchess County Government.

Teed, E. (2003). Status report of children, youth and families in Dutchess County for the Dutchess County Children's Services Council funded by Dutchess County
Government.

Teed, E. (2002). Dutchess County community needs assessment for the United Way of Dutchess County. Stillerman, L., & Teed, E. (2001). Southern Dutchess archival risk indicator profile for Choices For Change, a project grant funded by NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services.

Teed, E. (2001). Disenfranchised youth study for the Workforce Investment Board funded by the Workforce Investment Act.

Teed, E. (1999). Dutchess County integrated county planning needs assessment for children, youth, and families for Dutchess County Children's Services Council.

Teed, E. (1997). Dutchess County community needs assessment for the United Way of Dutchess County.




Research Interests: The effectiveness of cognitive behavioral therapy particularly among chemically dependent individuals.
Conferences & Workshops: Invited Lectures and Symposia
Teed, E. Treating DWI offenders. New York State Probation Officer's Association, Inc. Crowne Plaza Hotel. August, 2007. Albany NY.

Teed, E. Cognitive Behavior Therapy and recidivist DWI: Promising directions. New York State Highway Safety Annual Fall Conference. Hyatt Regency Rochester. October, 2006. Rochester, NY.

Teed, E. Treating substance abusing drivers. New York State Highway Safety Annual Fall Conference. October, 2005. Lake Placid, NY.

Teed, E. Measuring outcomes. Castle Point Veterans Administration Hospital telecast to the Montrose Campus of the Veteran's Administration. 2004. Fishkill, NY.

Teed, E. Using CBT with probationers. New York State Probation Officer's Association, Inc., Hudson Valley Community College. August, 2004. Albany, NY.

Teed. E. & McGahan, J. Outcome measures training. New York State Office of Children and Family Services. 2004. Albany, NY.

Teed, E. Aggression in youth. Dutchess Health 2000 Annual Conference. St Francis Hospital. 2004. Poughkeepsie, NY.

Teed, E. Cognitive Behavioral Coping Skills Therapy for recidivist DWI offenders. The 10th Annual New York State Probation Officers Association, Inc. Conference. August,
2003.

Teed, E. The importance of measuring outcomes. New York State Association Annual Conference. 2003. Buffalo, NY.

Teed, E. Measuring the outcomes of community mental health services. New York State Mental Health Association Annual Conference.1999. Albany, NY.
Affiliations: Mental Health America Board of Directors. (2008 - present)

Member, American Psychological Association (2000 – present)

Member, Eastern Psychological Association (2007 – present)

Member, Dutchess County Department of Mental Hygiene Research Review Committee (2000 – present)



Presentations: Proceedings of Conferences and Symposia
Scileppi, J., McCauley, K.W., & Teed, E.L. The ideal family social support scale: A reliability study. [Summary]. Proceedings of the 78th Annual Meeting of the Eastern
Psychological Association. March, 2007. Philadelphia, PA.:EPA.

Ali, S. R., Marzouka, S. J., & Teed, E. L. Youth tobacco use prevention: Dutchess County NY. [Summary]. Proceedings of the 132nd Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Public Health Association. September 2004. Washington DC: APHA.

Ucci, J., Caccamo, T., Teed, E.L., & Scileppi, J.A. Perceived quality of the life among Compeer Program participants: Enhancing community reentry of adults with
psychiatric conditions. [Summary]. Proceedings of the 168th Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Washington, DC, February 2002. Washington, DC: AAAS.

Dingman, S., Davis, A., Gregor, S., Teed, E., Zanetich, J., & Smith, M. Maternal health and smoking behavior surveyed in New York. [Summary]. Proceedings of the 166th National Meeting and Science Innovation of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. February, 2000. Washington, DC: AAAS.

Gregor, S., Davis, A., Teed, E. Dingman, S., Zanetich, J. & Smith, M. Physician's referral practices for smoking patients. [Summary]. Proceedings of the 166th National Meeting and Science Innovation of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. February, 2000. Washington, DC: AAAS

Teed, E., Dingman, S., Davis, A., Gregor, S., Zanetich, J., & Smith, M. Adult health and smoking behavior surveyed in New York. [Summary]. Proceedings of the 166th National Meeting and Science Innovation of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. February, 2000. Washington, DC: AAAS.
Miscellaneous: Online publication
www.myhelpinglab.com (Allyn & Bacon) Authored two case studies with appropriate questions for this online professor resources website. These instructional materials were designed to enhance student learning about clinical issues in the area of chemical dependency.