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Jack O'Regan





  • Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, University of Missouri-Columbia, 1982.
  • M.B.A., Management, University of Minnesota, 2001.
  • M.A., Clinical Psychology, St. John's University, 1974.


Jack O'Regan, Ph.D., is a Professor and Clinical Psychology faculty member at the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University (MSPP). Dr. O’Regan has over 25 years experience as a psychologist, educator and administrator. He was the past Dean for Argosy University’s College of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences. He is a licensed psychologist and experienced clinician. His expertise is in personality, particularly personality styles and their impact in functioning. Dr. O'Regan combines his interests in psychology and management. He has appeared on television and radio as a guest expert in human relations. Dr. O'Regan teaches Psychology and Management, developing students’ skills with leadership development, employee selection, team-building, communication training and personal development. Dr. O'Regan is past president of the Minnesota Psychological Association and is a Diplomate in Counseling Psychology with the American Board of Professional Psychology. He received his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Missouri-Columbia.


  • Psychological Assessment.
  • The Psychology of Management and Leadership.
  • Assessment and Treatment of Personality.
  • Assessment and Treatment of Offenders and Their Victims.

Selected Publications

  • O'Regan, J. T. (2011). 2011 MPA Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award Winners. Minnesota Psychologist, 60(3), 12-13.
  • O'Regan, J. T. (2011). Do you know of a good place to work? Minnesota Psychologist, 60(1), 19.
  • O'Regan, J. T. (2010). 2010 Awards Presented to Lakewood Health System and National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Minnesota Chapter. Minnesota Psychologist, 59(3), 12-13.
  • Kienlen, K. K., Birmingham, D. L., Solberg, K. B., O’Regan, J. T., & Meloy, J. R. (1997). A comparative study of psychotic and non-psychotic stalking. Journal of the American academy of psychiatry and the law, 25(3), 317-334.
  • Hudson, S. A., & O’Regan, J. T. (1994). Stress and the graduate psychology student. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 50(6), 973-977.


  • American Psychological Association.
  • Minnesota Psychological Association.
  • Minnesota Rorschach Society.
  • American Board of Professional Psychology.


  • Panel: Minnesota Psychological Association convention (2010). You too can contribute to MPA: Come see how busy professionals thrive and survive.
  • Minnesota Professionals for Psychology Applied to Work (MPPAW) (2009). Presented to this group of IO psychologists about MPA’s Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award.
  • O'Regan, J. T., et al. (2011, January). Argosy University consortium: Part of the solution to the internship shortage problem. Poster session presented at the annual convention of the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology, Puerto Rico.