Jeanne Angus

Assistant Professor
Childhood, Bilingual and Special Education

Location: 2205a James Hall
Phone: 718.951.5000 x3876
Fax: 718.951.4816

For over 25 years, Jeanne Angus has been involved with children with special needs and their families, focusing on human development and neuropsychological assessment. With a degree in early childhood education from the University of Vermont, she worked at Boston Children's Hospital as a play therapist. She returned to school to become a physician's assistant working with pregnant adolescents. After earning an M.S. in Counseling, she worked in the New York City public and private schools. Since earning her doctorate, her work has focused on individuals with autism spectrum disorders. She has been a guest lecturer at Columbia Teachers College, New York University, Hunter College and various professional meetings. In addition to professional writing she has published children's books and is working on a book based upon therapeutic case histories. At Brooklyn College she has been program head of the graduate program for special education and co-director of the Advanced Certificate in ASD.

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