Brianna Stinebaugh



Contact Information

LA 3142


M.A., in Experimental Psychology, 2014

B.S., Towson University,

Areas of Expertise

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Human and animal research

Child and Adolescent Mental Health


Ms. Stinebaugh started teaching at Towson University in the Spring 2015 semester. She taught two sections of Sensation & Perception as an adjunct faculty member. She was then asked to teach as a full time lecturer for the next academic year.

Ms. Stinebaugh was on the Honor’s Thesis track during her undergraduate career at Towson. She has experience in both human and animal research. She has had the privilege of completing an internship at the National Institute of Health in the National Institute of Aging division during the last two years of her undergraduate career at Towson University.           Ms. Stinebaugh has presented research at the undergraduate and graduate level at Towson University’s Research Expo and at the Maryland Psychological Association of Graduate Students conference.


Additional Information

Ms. Stinebaugh has also had the opportunity to work at Sheppard Pratt Health Systems for the past four years as a core Mental Health Care Worker on the Child and Adolescent Day Hospital Unit. She worked with children and adolescent that have been diagnosed with various mental health conditions. She would run therapeutic groups throughout the day, teaching children and adolescents about Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). Ms. Stinebaugh was chosen to attend a conference to learn about DBT and received a letter of participation in The Core Clinical Training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (CCT Course). She has had the privilege of being able to train new employees (Mental Health Care Workers, Nurses, Social Workers, Occupational Therapists, etc.) of the hospital about Dialectical Behavior Therapy.

Courses Taught

  • PSYC 101: Introduction to Psychology
  • PSYC 314: Research Methods
  • PSYC 325: Social Psychology