Julie Slowiak, Ph.D., BCBA-D
Julie M. Slowiak, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Minnesota Duluth, Executive Director of the Behavior Analysis in Health, Sport, and Fitness SIG, a non- profit organization, and Founder of InJewel LLC, a values-focused coaching and consulting company. Dr. Slowiak earned a BA. in Psychology and Organizational Communication, M.A. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and Ph.D. in Behavior Analysis. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctoral. Dr. Slowiak's research, teaching, and applied work focus on designing physical and social environments to support individual and organizational health, performance, and wellbeing. Her research blends her training in applied behavior analysis and organizational behavior management with topics studied in the fields of occupational health psychology, industrial/organizational psychology, and applied sports psychology. Dr. Slowiak's current research interests focus on issues related to worker wellbeing, particularly within human service professions, and specifically as they relate to personal and professional self-care and burnout. In addition, she is interested in issues related to psychological safety in sport and how it affects both student-athlete mental health and coach burnout. A newer interest of Dr. Slowiak's focuses on exploring organizational factors that influence wellbeing and sustained employment of those with invisible and episodic chronic health conditions. Finally, she is interested in the integration of Acceptance and Commitment Training (ACT Training) to health, behavior, and human performance coaching. Dr. Slowiak has presented at local, regional, and national conferences. Her empirical work has been published in the American Journal of Health Promotion, Behavior Analysis: Research and Practice, Behavior Analysis in Practice, Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, Quality Management in Health Care, and The Psychological Record. She served as a the Lead Guest Editor for a recent special issue on Behavior Analysis in Health, Sport, and Fitness in the journal Behavior Analysis: Research and Practice co-authored a forthcoming chapter titled Practice and Consultation in Health, Sport, and Fitness in the 2 nd edition of the text, Applied Behavior Analysis Advanced Guidebook: A Manual for Professional Practice.
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