Dr. Jenny Dyson is an assistant professor of psychology at Sterling College. She is originally from St. John, Kan., and graduated from Sterling College in 2002 with a Bachelor of Arts in Behavioral Science. Subsequently, Jenny attended Emporia State University where she earned her master’s in clinical psychology. As a graduate student at Emporia State, Jenny taught introduction to psychology and developmental psychology. After attending Emporia State, Jenny went to Wheaton College where she earned her master’s in general theology and a doctoral degree in clinical psychology. After graduating from Wheaton, Jenny taught as an adjunct professor in the clinical psychology doctoral program at Wheaton College. She also worked as a clinical psychologist for five years at a group practice in the Chicago suburbs called Heritage Professional Associates. Jenny enjoys teaching about the integration of psychology and Christianity, having philosophical discussions about science and faith, and having the opportunity to mentor students.
Jenny and her husband, Luke, have been married for almost five years. They have 3 boys: Alex is 11 years old, Isaac is 3 years old and Aaron is one year old. For fun, Jenny enjoys spending time with her nieces and nephews, playing basketball, writing poetry, playing video arcades with her husband, reminiscing and having long conversations with friends.
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Wheaton College
M.A. in General Theology from Wheaton College
M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Emporia State University
B.A. in Behavioral Science from Sterling College