Ann Guillory, EdD

Ann Verrett Guillory, EdD  was trained in Adult Development and Aging and is a Professor of Counseling Psychology.  She has taught psychology at Felician for over 30 years. She has extensive background in administration in academic support services and nonprofit board participation. Her field of interest is adult development with particular emphasis on working with older persons.  She lectures in the community on issues related to older person and is an advocate for mental health services and eliminating the stigma associated with mental illness. She has served on the CarePlusNJ Board of Trustees and currently serves as secretary to the CarePlus NJ Foundation Board.

Dr. Guillory recently received the Marquis’ Who’s Who Lifetime Achievement Award.

Courses Taught at Felician University

PSYC 505:    Introduction to Counseling
PSYC 507:    Developmental  Foundations of Personal Growth
PSYC 592:    Counseling of Older Persons
PSYCm595:  Addiction Counseling
PSYCm203:  Adult Developments and Aging
PSYC 100:    Psychology for Life
PSYC 101:    General  Psychology
PSYC 301:    Educational Psychology

Other courses taught: Personality Adjustment, Cultural Anthropology of Aging, Sociology of Aging, Freshman Year Experience, Economics of Aging, and Parent Child Relations over the Life Span.


Reviewer, Spirituality, Religion and Aging, Holly Nelson-Becker, Sage Publications, 2018.
Office Location:
Kirby Hall, Room 109
Contact Phone:
(201) 559-6154


BS in Education Loyola from University New Orleans
MED in Guidance and Counseling from Loyola University New Orleans
MED in Gerontology and an Ed.D. in Adult development and Aging from Teachers College of Columbia University