Heather Keefe, Psy.D.
Regent University’s adjunct professors are rigorously selected so that they help students grow in knowledge and faith. These professors, who teach on a contractual basis, must be dedicated to Christ-centered teaching and learning; have a record of or potential for academic scholarship; possess the ability to teach undergraduate-level and/or graduate-level courses, and embrace Regent’s Identity and Mission statements and subscribe to a statement of Christian faith.
Dr. Heather Keefe is an assistant professor in Regent University’s School of Psychology & Counseling. She holds a master’s degree in experimental psychology from Old Dominion University and worked in behavioral health research at Eastern Virginia Medical School for several years prior utilizing her research skills in support of the military. She earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from Regent University and completed her internship with the Sheridan Wyoming Veterans Affairs Healthcare System. Her clinical and research interests center on intersectionality and identity work, specifically within the LGBTQ population, as well as adult, military, and veteran poly-trauma and poly-substance use. In addition, her clinical practice includes treatment of mood disorders, serious mental illness, and personality disorders. She has a passion for working with community partners to encourage clinical best practices that promote inclusivity and advocacy, as well as fostering an environment that supports students’ development while honoring their individual gifts and talents.