Michelle Montagno, Psy.D.
Assistant Professor; Director, MS in Behavioral Health Program
Dr. Michelle Montagno is the Director of Clinical Training in
the School of Nursing and Health Professions' Department
of Behavioral Health. As a licensed psychologist, she also
practices in San Francisco. A long-time social justice advocate,
Dr. Montagno worked in nonprofit and government
sectors prior to pursuing a career in clinical psychology. Her
areas of clinical and research interest include clinical training,
cross-cultural therapy, white racial identity development, and
MA/PsyD, Wright Institute, Berkeley, California
BA, Ohio State University
Clinical training, culture and mental health, addressing disparities in community mental health, identity development, brief therapy, attachment, and supervision
- Addressing Mental Health Issues from a Public Health
- Foundations of Behavioral Health Practice
- Fundamental Community Health Concepts
- The Psychology of Relationships
Montagno, M., Svatovic, M., ; Levenson, H.
(2011). Short-term and long-term effects of training in emotionally
focused couple therapy: Professional and personal aspects.
Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 37(4),