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Michelle Lange

Department of Psychology


Michelle Lange

Senior Lecturer

Forbes Hall 2034
(757) 594-7643
michelle.lange@cnu.edu
cnu.edu/news/2018/10/09-psyc-f_lange/#.W7zUvhNKgWp

Education

  • Psy D in Clinical Psychology, University of Hartford
  • MA in Clinical Practices in Psychology, University of Hartford
  • BA in Psychology and English Studies, The College of William and Mary

Teaching

Abnormal Psychology, Mental Health Stigma and Advocacy, Research Methods, Psychopharmacology

Research

clinical psychology, effective use of therapy, experiences of college students with military affiliations

Biography

Dr. Lange received her BA from the College of William & Mary, and her MA and Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Hartford. She is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, and has been teaching in CNU's Department of Psychology since 2010.

  • Provost’s Award for Excellence in Teaching Student Writing, CNU Provost's Office. (2016)
  • Ferguson Fellowship Award, CNU Center for Community Engagement. (2014)
  • Faculty Development Fund Award, CNU. (2014)
  • Michelle Lange, Samantha Renner, Emily Cox, Brooke Wilkinson, Caroline Daniels, Southeastern Psychological Association Annual Conference, "Counseling Center Web Presence: Implicit Stigma or Support for Help-Seeking?," virtual due to COVID-19. (2020)
  • Michelle Lange, Victoria Rouse-Holifield, Mollie Valorose, Graciela Gimpel, Southeastern Psychological Association Annual Conference, "Effect of Patient Goal-Monitoring on Therapy Success and Satisfaction Outcomes.," virtual due to COVID-19. (2020)
  • Michelle Lange, Southeastern Psychological Association Annual Conference, "An “invisible minority”: Recognizing and supporting students with military affiliations," Charleston, SC. (2018)
  • Michelle Lange, Southeastern Psychological Association Annual Conference, "Student distress: Navigating university resources," Charleston, SC. (2018)
  • Michelle Lange, Emma Burge, Southeastern Psychological Association Annual Conference, "Sexual consent: Discrepancies between college students’ knowledge, attitudes, and behavioral endorsements.," Charleston, SC. (2018)
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