Jennifer Aldarondo, Ph.D. earned a doctorate from Indiana University in 2000, a master's degree from Mississippi State University in 1994, and a bachelor's degree from Mississippi State University in 1992. She completed her internship in general psychology at Madison State Hospital in 2000, and her post-doctoral training at Cummins Mental Health Center in 2001.
She has been licensed at the master's and doctoral level in Indiana, and as a Licensed Psychologist in Kentucky since 2002. Her current position is a Psychologist/Clinician/Team leader, with duties that include: assessment of families and children who have an open case with the Cabinet for Health and Family Services which include identifying strengths and weaknesses, how the family interacts with each other, and psychological and developmental examinations. In addition, she generates reports for the Cabinet to aid in making decisions or treatment plans, the supervision of doctoral level clinicians, and conducting school-based/community trainings on skills to use with traumatized children.