Janice Chiaradonna



·         Dr. Janice F. Chiaradonna is an Adjunct Faculty Instructor in Undergraduate Behavioral Sciences Department at Northeastern University, where she teaches in the Sociology program. Dr. Chiaradonna is a clinical licensed mental health psychotherapist, maintaining a private psychotherapy practice that serves individuals and couples ranging from adolescence through late adulthood.  Dr. Chiaradonna is a presenter and workshop developer on the Addiction issues facing adolescence for school departments in Massachusetts.  Dr. Chiaradonna is an eclectic practitioner drawing from theorist oriented in Psychoanalysis, Behavioral and Solution Focused perspective and specializes in addictions, alcohol, drugs and gambling treatment. Her research interests include narcissism, self-esteem issues, substance disorders, coping and resiliency building. Dr. Chiaradonna holds a BA in Social Science with concentrations in Elementary and Secondary Education from Westfield State University, a MEd in School Counseling from Cambridge College and an MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Boston College with a Drug and Alcohol specialization from Boston University. She completed her Ed.D. from Johnson & Whales University in Educational Leadership 


Doctor of Education from Johnson & Wales University (2003)