Psychology Postdoctoral Fellow
Mica McGriggs, PhD joined CUMC Student Health Service in 2017. She completed her pre-doctoral internship in Health Service Psychology at the University of Washington. Dr. McGriggs earned a PhD from Brigham Young University, where her academic research focused on multicultural competence in psychotherapy. Clinically she works primarily from an integrative cognitive-behavioral lens, with an emphasis on adapting treatment for the intersections of cultural identity. Her appointment as a Postdoctoral Fellow with SHS focuses on intersectional somatic psychotherapy and social justice.
- PhD Brigham Young University
- BA Northern Arizona Univeristy
Certifications & Licensures
- Prelicensure psychologist in the State of New York
- Primary Certification-Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, Albert Ellis Institute
- McGriggs M. N., & Walters, A. S. (2015). The Family Dinner: Mothers’ Perceptions of Family togetherness. Ethnic and Cultural Identity: Perceptions, Discrimination and Social Challenges. Editor, Warner A. Nova Science Publishers, New York.
Awards and Honors
- Utah Women and Education Initiative: Award - Educated Woman of the Week, July 2016
- American Psychological Association
- The Association of Black Psychologists