Paul Stevenson, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Psychology
(585) 594-6782



Assistant Professor of Psychology (2003 through present)
Roberts Wesleyan College
Teaching a variety of courses at the undergraduate and graduate level

Private Practice and Consulting Psychotherapist (Ongoing)
Psychotherapeutic interventions for a variety of psychological and adjustment disorders with individuals, couples and families

School Psychology Consultant (2000- 2003)
Brighton, Spencerport, Churchville Chili, Canandaigua
Evaluation of learning challenges at the High School, Middle School and Primary level

Associate Professor - Adjunct (Spring, 1998 and1999)
Roberts Wesleyan College, Rochester, NY and Houghton College, Houghton, NY
Teaching various Psychology courses

School Psychologist (1985-1996)
Rochester City District, Rochester, NY
Evaluation of learning challenges with various populations including residential, day treatment, and incarcerated youth

Program Director (1981-1983) Residential Treatment.
Fairbanks, Alaska
Directed staff and provided counseling services in a 24 hour, non-secure adolescent treatment center

School Psychologist (1979-1981)
Fairbanks City Schools, Fairbanks, AK
Evaluation of learning challenges


Christian Association for Psychological Studies
National Association of School Psychologists
Alaska School Psychologist Association (President-1981)


“How Human Nature Impedes Worship” Worship Musician, March, 2010


Permanent New York State School Psychologist Certification
Certified Chaplain for the Rochester Drug Court, Rochester, NY


Having been raised in a Christian home and having raised my children in a Christian home, I continue to explore with my wife of 40 years, Carol, the challenges that living on this planet presents.   How to pass on the search for a better understanding of the physical, spiritual and psychological aspects of our being to the nimble minds of our undergraduate and graduate college students continues to energize my existence.

Currently, I seek to understand mind/body/spiritual connections; specifically, how does our God designed body physically register emotional and spiritual bonds?   Though there isn't enough time in the day to look for these answers, I also try to cram in guitar and Spanish lessons as well with at least one or two yearly international adventures thrown in.