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Denice O'Sullivan

Associate professor

Office

703-526-5807
dosullivan@argosy.edu

Education

  • Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology, Fresno CA, 1995
  • M.A. Education Administration, California State University, Fresno CA, 1985
  • M.A. Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology, Fresno, CA, 1991

Biography

Dr. O'Sullivan served as the Director of Training from 2001 to 2006 and was subsequently appointed as Associate Professor for our Clinical Program. She is a graduate from the California School of Professional Psychology, Fresno. While in California, Dr. O'Sullivan served as the Director of Eating Disorders Treatment Services at the Gary Cannon Psychological Services Center, Staff Psychologist of Clinical Training and adjunct faculty member for the Forensic, Health Psychology and Ethno-Cultural Institute at CSPP-Fresno. Her work also includes serving as a Clinical Psychologist at the California Department of Corrections Valley State Prison for Women. Dr. O'Sullivan began her tenure at Argosy University/DC as the Director of Training and served in that capacity until 2006 and was subsequently appointed the position of Associate Professor with the Clinical Program. She currently enjoys teaching and has a small consulting practice serving diverse, low-income educational settings, and women's health with a focus on disordered eating and psychological motivation. Dr. O'Sullivan's interest include consultation in diverse educational settings and women's health issues and fitness, supervision and clinical training of graduate students, women's developmental issues: The Stone Center Model out of Wellesley, forensic issues with a focus on women in prison; police officers' mental health; multi-cultural issues, alternative world views, religion and spirituality and eating disorders in multicultural populations.

Expertise

  • Multicultural and Alternative Worldview Assessment and Psychotherapy
  • Forensic Psychology and Women's Issues
  • Eating Disorders and Health Psychology

Memberships

  • American Psychological Association
  • Association of Black Psychologists

Presentations

  • Workshop Presenter. Stress Management for the African American Woman. Gaston & Porter Health Improvement Center, Inc. Prime Time Sister Circles. Maryland, Washington DC. 2008-present