Christina J. Taylor, Ph.D.
Dr. Taylor received her doctorate in social/personality psychology at CUNY with Stanley Milgram as her advisor, then went on to do postdoctoral training in clinical psychology at Hofstra University. She combines her interests in social and clinical psychology in the courses that she teaches and in her counseling practice, where she specializes in the treatment of anxiety disorders, including obsessive-compulsive disorders. She would be happy to talk to students who are interested in becoming involved in research or who have questions about graduate study or future careers.
Dr. Taylor has been an essential faculty member with Sacred Heart University for 40 years and was recognized for her accomplishments and dedication at SHU's 50th Founder's Day celebration.
Degrees and Certifications
Ph.D., M.Phil., Graduate Center of the City
University of New York; MA, University of Missouri; BA, Sacred Heart University
Experimental Social Psychology; Psychology of Women; Abnormal Psychology; Psychodynamics