Jacqueline (Jackie) Stanley, PhD Licensed Psychologist

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A native of suburban Boston, I hold a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from State University of New York and a B.A. in Biophysics from Amherst College. I originally planned a career in science, but changed my focus after discovering an interest in working with people and in understanding my own and others’ psychological functioning.

Early in my career I was employed as a staff psychologist at a center for emotionally and behaviorally disturbed children in upstate New York. I then relocated to the Seattle area, where I established a private practice as a licensed psychologist, serving adults, children and adolescents from a primarily psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral perspective. I left practice after 18 years to focus on my family and be a stay-at-home mother to my young daughter.

Following a move to Montana, I volunteered at the Help Center and completed my training in crisis call intervention and suicide risk assessment. I re-entered practice in 2016 as a licensed clinical professional counselor, and have been providing individual counseling to both adults and children at the nCenter since 2017. In November of 2018 I was licensed as a psychologist in Montana. As such I will continue to work with clients in therapy as well as provide psychological assessments to nCenter clients as an aid to diagnosis and treatment planning. I find fulfillment in helping clients identify stumbling blocks and grow in clarity, emotional resilience and self-awareness. In my spare time, I enjoy travel, yoga, reading, gardening, and a variety of indoor and outdoor pursuits.


Jacqueline (Jackie) Stanley, PhD
1001 W Oak ST, Building B STE 205
Bozeman, MT 59715

Call the nCenter at (406) 599-8264 to schedule with Jackie.


Psychological Assessments


  •    ADHD
  •    Anxiety
  •    Behavioral Issues
  •    Coping Skills
  •    Depression
  •    Developmental Disorders
  •    Divorce
  •    Domestic Abuse
  •    Emotional Disturbance
  •    Life Transitions
  •    Oppositional Defiance
  •    Parenting
  •    PTSD/ Trauma
  •    Relationship Issues
  •    Self-esteem

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