Susan George, PsyD, MSW is an assistant professor in the School of Professional Psychology. She completed an APA-approved internship at Casa Pacifica in Camarillo, CA, where she worked with children and adolescents with acute presentations including Trauma and PTSD, Self-Harm Behaviors, Depressive and Bipolar Disorders, Illicit substance use, and Co-occurring Disorders. This included inpatient, partial-hospitalization, and intensive outpatient programs that provided DBT treatment. Afterwards, she completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters in Norfolk, VA with a focus on child trauma, human trafficking, advocacy, TF-CBT, and psychological assessment. She has prior social work experience working with probation, intensive after-care prevention services, foster care, juvenile fire-setters, juvenile sex offenders, and previously supervised a therapeutic group home and residential home for children. Dr. George provides community trainings and consultation to programs on human trafficking, emotion dysregulation, and child crisis and behavioral techniques. She teaches courses in Integrative Assessment, Projective Assessment, Group Therapy and Diversity. Lastly, Dr. George is the Director of the Psychological Assessment Services (PAS) at Wright State University, which provides psychological evaluations for children and adults.
PsyD in Clinical Psychology, Regent University, VA
MSW, University at Albany, NY
BS in Biochemistry, Siena College, NY