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Mae Maclntire

Instructor of Psychology

Contact Information

Houston Hall 224A

970.248.1454

mmacintire@coloradomesa.edu

Education

PhD, Counseling Psychology: University of North Texas
MS, Athletic Counseling: Springfield College in Massachusetts 
BA, Psychology: The University of Cincinnati

Biography

Mae MacIntire, PhD, is a licensed psychologist and sport psychologist, and has been taught college courses since 2004. In her practice as a psychologist, MacIntire specializes in assessment and evaluation of psychological conditions (e.g., autism, ADHD, learning disorders, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc.). She primarily offers behavioral treatments and interventions, and has consulted with social service agencies and law enforcement.

Maclntire primarily teaches general psychology and human growth and development. For Maclntire, teaching isn't just about providing information; it's about mentoring and connecting with her students. She holds her students to a high standard and is committed to helping them exceed their expectations. Maclntire loves helping students realize their true potential. Her research interests are sport psychology, gratitude, mentoring, aging and mental health. 

Every year, she volunteers with the Special Olympics in Grand Junction and volunteers with Child and Migrant Services at their yearly fundraiser at the Palisade Wine Festival. MacIntire has also spoken at the Latimer House's Domestic Violence Academy twice in the past 3 years.

Mae Maclntire Curriculum Vitae