Stefanie Howe Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Psychology
Psychology and Human Services

Doctor of Philosophy, Human Rehabilitation, University of Northern Colorado
Master of Arts, Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling, Assumption College
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, Providence College
Specializations: Gerontology, Research Methods

Dr. Stefanie Howe is Assistant Professor in Psychology and Human Services. She began teaching at Anna Maria College in the Spring 2020 semester as an adjunct faculty member. She also teaches at Assumption University in the Rehabilitation Counseling program.
Stefanie also has worked in the field, supporting students with disabilities as Coordinator of Disability Services in both Colorado and New Hampshire, processing disability claims for the State of Massachusetts and then for Social Security, and undertaking research study responsibilities as a research assistant for the University of Massachusetts Medical School and the Rocky Mountain ADA Center.
Stefanie loves a good book, good food, and spending time at home with her husband and children.

Courses Taught at Anna Maria:
General Psychology
Applied Statistics
Lifespan Development
Adult Development and Aging
Introduction to Sociology
Research Methods and Design
Vocational Counseling

Research Interests:
Dr. Howe’s research interests include availability and accessibility of resources for vulnerable populations including individuals with disabilities, the homeless, economically disadvantaged populations, and the elderly.

Morissette, S., Bezyak, J., & Ososkie, J.N. (2012) A Closer Look at Distance-Based Supervisory Relationships in Master’s Level Rehabilitation Counseling Programs. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 43(2), 3-7.