Jennifer Baublitz

Lecturer, Psychology Undergraduate Program, School Counseling and SMVF Graduate Programs


Continued Advanced Graduate Degree in School Counseling & Resiliency, Assumption College 2016 

Master of Arts in School Counseling, Assumption College, 2014

Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and Psychology, Worcester State College, 2006


Jennifer Baublitz is an Assumption College Alumnus and military spouse with a passion for sharing her knowledge and experience in building resilience with military families. After earning her Continued Advanced Graduate degree in Resilience from Assumption College in 2016 and leaving a position in public education, Jennifer began her work with this population as the Central Massachusetts Program Manager for Shoulder to Shoulder; a program designed to build resilience among military families through non-clinical in home support with military connected peers, case management, community events and psycho-educational programs. This experience provided Jennifer with an invaluable opportunity to form relationships with key stakeholders and families throughout Central Massachusetts and develop programming to meet the specific needs of military families while making a difference in the lives of those who accessed Shoulder to Shoulder. It was this experience that led to Jennifer’s role as an advisory board member and Program Director for the Brookfield Institute, an organization dedicated to increasing the overall well-being of veterans and their families while targeting the causes and impact of veteran suicide, located in Ware Massachusetts. As Program Director for the Brookfield Institute, Jennifer focuses specifically on developing skills for resilience in veterans, service members and their families through specific, collaborative programming implemented at the individual, familial and community level. She also holds a certificate in veteran mediation and now acts as a veteran mediation coach and trainer with Quabbin Mediation out of Orange, Massachusetts.