Jen Tippett

Jennifer Marie Tippett

Clinical Assistant Professor

What I do

Director of the Substance Use Disorder Specialty at the Graduate School of Professional Psychology

Specialization(s)

trauma, Addiction, Attachment, Psychedelic Medicine

Professional Biography

Dr. Jennifer Tippett is a Licensed Clinical Forensic Psychologist. Dr. Tippett has worked throughout the Denver Metro area, as well as New York, Boston, and Los Angeles in multiple settings including correctional, inpatient, and outpatient. Dr. Tippett has been trained primarily in Harm Reduction to address addiction, and teaches from that theoretical framework. As the director of the Substance Use Disorder specialty program, Dr. Tippett is passionate about training graduate students to be responsible and informed clinicians. She enjoys providing informative and engaging coursework that prepares her students to become leaders in the field of addiction psychology. Dr. Tippett's primary research interests include psychoactive/psychedelic substances as viable treatments for mental illness and addiction.

Degree(s)

  • PsyD, Clinical Psychology, 2013

Licensure / Accreditations

  • Psychology

Key Projects

  • Colorado Opiate and Substance use Training program (DU-COST)

Presentations

Vozar, T. E., & Tippett, J. (2019). Expecting Well- Being: The spectrum of perinatal behavioral health disorders. . Colorado Behavioral Health and Wellness Summit. Denver: University of Denver.
Tippett, J. M., Alexander, A. A., Vozar, T. E., & Clemens, E. (2020). Running away to jail? Examining street checks and arrests with runaway youth. American Psychology-Law Society Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA: American Psychology-Law Society (AP-LS).
Vozar, T. E., Alexander, A. A., Gross, L., Tippett, J. M., & Clemens, E. (2020). Where y'at matters: How neighborhood characteristics interact with juvenile justice contacts. American Psychology-Law Society Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA: American Psychology-Law Society (AP-LS).