Diana Santullano

Portrait of Diana Santullano

Graduate Affiliate Researcher

Diana N. Santullano received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2013 and graduated from Wright State University School of Professional Psychology in Dayton, OH with her PsyD in July 2022. She completed her psychology internship at Henry Ford Health Sciences Center in Detroit, MI. Her dissertation research involved developing a program which integrated Trauma Center Trauma-Sensitive Yoga and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. She has a strong interest in holistic health and hopes to integrate yoga into her future clinical practice as a health psychologist, and she is especially excited about continuing her dissertation research with the Mind-Body Trauma Care Research Team. She loves working with individuals with medical comorbidities and is particularly interested in behavioral sleep medicine, chronic pain care, psych-oncology, transplant psychology, and weight management. Diana’s career goals include practicing integrated primary care and specialty care psychology within a multidisciplinary team setting. In her free time, Diana is a foodie who loves to travel and take photos, cook, see live music, drink coffee, practice yoga, and otherwise be active outdoors.

santullano.2@wright.edu


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