2022 PsyD Graduates & Dissertation Titles

Congratulations to our 2022 PsyD graduates! Dissertations will soon be available on ProQuest for students, faculty, and staff.

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Bernadine Bishop

The Impact of Attempted Suicide on the Family

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Brian Burgoyne

How College Music Majors Experience Perfectionism Within Their Scholastic Concentration


Christopher Corbin

Psychosocial Predictors of Chronic Pain Perception Among Military Combat and Non-combat Veterans

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Nathan Hayrynen

Developing the Wise Mind: Exploring the Experience of DBT for Individuals with Borderline Personality Disorder

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Michelle Hodges-Pietryka

Stories of Revictimization During Incarceration:
The Returning Experience 

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Jennie-Marie Johnson

Understanding the Relationship Between Psychological Distress, Diabetes Mental Health Education, and Diabetes Management for Adults with Type-2 Diabetes 

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Rebecca Kapetansky

From Autism to Neurodiversity:
A Proposed Model of Identity Development

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Jillian Lemke

Childfree and Sterilized: The Identity Relevance of Childfree Sterilizations

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Ariel Magidson

Soft Shadows and Moonlight Hours:
Interconnection, Trauma, and Healing

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Cassianna McCants

The Techniques Doctoral Level Clinical Psychology Programs Use to Teach Administration and Scoring of Cognitive Assessment Measures

Brittany Rutland

The Development and Psychometric Evaluation of the Women’s Sexual Shame Scale

Rickey Schuler

The Experience of Female Sexual Abuse Survivors in Therapy with Male Therapists

Holly Spencer

Euphoria, Pain, and Personal Growth:
A Women’s Experience of Having an Affair

Mackenzie Tresnak

Predictors of Sexual Health Among Previvor Women

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Kristine Vichinsky

Development of the Transwomen Eating Disorder Scale

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Erin White

Gentrification: A Narrative Approach to Understanding the Experience of African American Detroiters