Professional Psychology

New handbook provides research-based training for mental health practitioners working with consensual non-monogamy community

“The Handbook of Consensual Non-Monogamy Affirming Mental Health Practice” is co-edited by Michelle Vaughan, associate professor in the School of Professional Psychology. Continue reading

Wright State School of Professional Psychology celebrates 2022 commencement

The School of Professional Psychology celebrated the graduation of 20 students at its 2022 commencement ceremony on July 15. Continue reading

School of Professional Psychology faculty member discusses couple and family therapy for substance use disorders

Jeremiah Schumm, Ph.D., professor in Wright State University’s School of Professional Psychology, discussed his recent article in the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy that reviewed the last decade of the evidence base for couple and family-based interventions for substance … Continue reading

School of Professional Psychology faculty member Susan George chosen as American Psychological Association Fellow

Susan George, assistant professor in the School of Professional Psychology, was named a Fellow in the American Psychological Association’s Leadership and Education Advancement Program. Continue reading

Wright State graduate psychology students conduct research on racial trauma training

School of Professional Psychology students found that graduate psychology students need more resources and training on racial trauma. Continue reading

Find your path

High school and college students explored health care programs and careers during Wright State’s 17th annual Path to Health Professions Day. Continue reading

James Denniston of Appalachian State appointed founding dean of Wright State’s College of Health, Education and Human Services

James Denniston is professor of psychology and former coordinator of faculty diversity recruitment and inclusion initiatives at Appalachian State University. Continue reading

Path to Health Professions Day will introduce students to health care careers

High school and college students can explore health care education programs and careers on President’s Day, Feb. 21, during the Path to Health Professions Day. Continue reading

‘Veterans’ Voices’ series on WYSO features Wright State alumni, staff member

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A veteran-to-veteran storytelling project, “Veterans’ Voices” is produced by WYSO and Wright State’s Veteran and Military Center. Continue reading

Wright State Women’s Luncheon to feature university leaders discussing career growth

A panel of university leaders will discuss the support they receive in their careers, challenges they face, work environments and dealing with discrimination. Continue reading