Researchers: DMU-McLean/Harvard Collaboration
Suzanne Hollman, Psy.D.
Psy.D. The George Washington University, Clinical Psychology
M.S. University of Oxford, History of Medicine
M.A. University of Stellenbosch, Counseling Psychology
B.A. University of Stellenbosch, Psychology
B.S. University of Cape Town Social Science Psychology
Dr. Suzanne N. Hollman is the Academic Dean and Program Director of the APA approved Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology at the Institute for the Psychological Sciences (‘IPS’) at Divine Mercy University. She is an Associate Professor at IPS and an Assistant Clinical Professor of Clinical Psychology at The George Washington University (‘GWU’). She earned her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from GWU, and an MSc degree in the History of Science, Medicine and Technology from Oxford University.
Dr. Hollman’s scholarly interests include the integration of Faith and Science, Contemporary Psychodynamic Theory, and social justice as a lens through which to recognize and relieve human suffering in all its permutations. She has completed fellowships with the New York Freudian Society, the Washington Psychoanalytic Society, and the Unit for Psychoanalysis at University College London. She is currently completing a second Doctorate through University College London that examines the evolution of Psychoanalysis in the United States. Dr. Hollman has appeared on EWTN and the Phil Sandoval Show, and has hosted webinars on Cross-cultural challenges faced by international clergy.
She serves as a consultant on matters related to suitability for religious life, mental health challenges faced by both lay people and clergy, and the clinical supervision and training of graduate students in Psychology. Dr. Hollman is a member of The Catholic Women’s Forum at the Ethics and Public Policy Center.