Lyn Mattson

Lyn MattsonAdvising Coordinator, Criminal Justice


Office: Hyde Hall 309
Phone:  (603) 535-2198

Fall office hours:

About Mrs. Mattson

Advisory Coordinator Lyn Mattson joins the Criminal Justice Department with over 35 years in public education including roles such as Associate School Psychologist, Specialist in the Assessment of Intellectual Functioning (S.A.I.F.), Guidance, and Middle School Teaching.    She currently serves as a coordinator of building level professional development relative to certification, the building level Safety Committee (including incident command systems and the development of building level safety protocols and drills), and Leadership Team.  Additional background in juvenile residence settings and therapeutic recreation has been a lifelong passion.  Personal interests include hiking, backpacking, kayaking, archery, horses and dogs.

Lyn is currently a doctoral student in the first summer cohort (2014) at Plymouth State University.  Specific interests involve neurodevelopmental teaching, learning styles theory, alternative educational delivery models, and the role of therapeutic recreation models in assisting veterans and their families relative to PTSD diagnoses.  Memberships in the NH School Counselor Association, the American School Counselor Association and the American Psychological Association further enhance these interests.

Lyn holds a B.A.  in Secondary  education Social Science from Rhode Island College, an M.Ed. in Guidance and Counseling from  Plymouth State College, certification as a Specialist in the Assessment of Intellectual Functioning (S.A.I.F) from Rivier College and is working on the Ed.D. in Leadership, Learning and Community at Plymouth State University (2014).

Contact Us

Department of Criminal Justice

Hyde Hall 334

Phone: (603) 535-2233
(Dawn Boynton, Administrative Assistant)
Fax: (603) 535-2943

Mailing Address
17 High Street
MSC 59
Plymouth, NH 03264

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