|SU SEM 16||PSY 30300 OL11 ONLNE||Abnormal Psychology|
|SU SEM 16||PSY 30300 OL21 ONLNE||Abnormal Psychology|
|SU SEM 16||PSY 45000 PIFCB||Psychology Practicum|
|FA SEM 16||PSY 20800 OL11 ONLNE||Child Psychology|
|FA SEM 16||PSY 21000 OL21 ONLNE||Psychology of Parenting|
|FA SEM 16||PSY 21500 11||Careers in Psychology|
|FA SEM 16||PSY 23500 21||Death and Dying|
|FA SEM 16||PSY 32400 21||Psychological Testing|
|FA SEM 16||PSY 45000 PIF12||Psychology Practicum|
Colleen Biri completed her doctorate in clinical psychology in 2001. After serving as a District Psychologist for the Ferguson-Florissant School District, and as a Staff Psychologist for Jewish Family and Children’s Service, she joined the faculty of Lindenwood University in the fall of 2003. She is now a Professor of Psychology.
Dr. Biri first taught courses on child and adult psychopathology, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment at the graduate level. Now she teaches courses on child development, parenting, psychological testing, ethics and careers in psychology, and coping with grief. She is the faculty advisor to the Lindenwood chapter of Psi Chi, the international honor society in psychology, and previously served as the faculty advisor to Spectrum Alliance, an organization developed to support the safety and growth of Lindenwood’s LGBT students.
In addition to her work at Lindenwood, Dr. Biri continues to provide psychological evaluations for children with a variety of presenting problems. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Missouri Psychological Association.
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