Dr. Cuddy-Casey is a clinical psychologist specializing in children and adolescents. She has worked predominantly in the residential treatment level of care with individuals diagnosed with mental retardation, post traumatic stress, psychosis, autism, and other disorders. She conducts seminars on suicide prevention and on clinical cultural competency. Her research interests are varied as she enjoys working with students (both graduate and undergraduate) on their research ideas. Her current research inquiries include: fatherhood, projective testing, and Internet addictions. Academically, she teaches Introduction to Psychology, Statistics, Self-Awareness, Lifespan, Personality, Psychological Assessment, and Counseling Techniques. Dr. Cuddy-Casey is the sponsor of the undergraduate Psychology Club at Immaculata University.
Cuddy-Casey, M. (2007). Online Research Methods course. Immaculata University, Accel Program, Immaculata, PA. Cuddy-Casey, M. (2007). Online Introduction to Statistical Analysis course. Immaculata University, Accel Program, Immaculata, PA. Cuddy-Casey, M. (2007). Online Human Development Faculty and Student Guides. Immaculata University, Graduate Department, Immaculata, PA. Cuddy-Casey, M. (2006). Online Interpersonal Relations Faculty and Student Guides. Immaculata University, Graduate Department, Immaculata, PA. Reviewer for Wiley and Sons publisher: reviewed a book on statistics in 2005.
Dr. Cuddy-Casey’s clinical and research interests include children, adolescents and families. She is specifically interested in clinical populations such as mental retardation, schizophrenia, and crisis intervention. Dr. Cuddy-Casey is a trainer and consultant on clinical cultural competency.
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, Nova Southeastern University; M.A. in Clinical Psychology, Nova Southeastern University; B.A. in Psychology, Temple University; Licensed Psychologist, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania