Dr. Sullivan is the Coordinator of Consultation services at CBC. Prior to working at CBC, Dr. Sullivan completed her pre-doctoral internship with the Illinois School Psychology Internship Consortium. She received training in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) targeting anxiety, depression, selective mutism, and externalizing behaviors in children and adolescents. She has also conducted and co-led groups for children and adolescents targeting social skills, anxiety, executive functioning, and trauma.
Dr. Sullivan has extensive training in school-based interventions and individual and systems-level consultation. She completed an externship at the Georgetown Medstar University Hospital Center for Wellbeing in School Environments (WISE) providing evidence-based therapies and trauma-informed school consultation to students, families, and school staff in Washington D.C. schools. She also completed externships in assessment, intervention, and consultation at public schools and outpatient clinics in Maryland and Washington D.C. She has received training in comprehensive psychological assessment for children, adolescents, and young adults.
Dr. Sullivan has also worked extensively with young adults transitioning to the college environment at the University of Maryland and provided interventions targeting executive functioning and academic success skills. Dr. Sullivan additionally facilitated a group for college and graduate students with Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Dr. Sullivan completed her postdoctoral fellowship at CBC and earned her master's degree and doctoral degree in School Psychology from the University of Maryland, College Park, where she also earned her bachelor's degree in Psychology. Dr. Sullivan's dissertation research explored the experiences of high school students with disabilities transitioning to postsecondary school.