Diana Santullano

Portrait of Diana Santullano

Graduate Affiliate Researcher

Diana N. Santullano is a Psychology Intern at Henry Ford Health Sciences Center in Detroit, MI, and a doctoral psychology student at Wright State University School of Professional Psychology in Dayton, OH. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2013 and will graduate from Wright State with her PsyD in July 2022. 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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