Dr. Kristin Sheridan
Dr. Sheridan serves as Associate Professor of Psychology and Chair of the Psychology Department. Dr. Sheridan also co-facilitates the Human Development and Family Science, and Public Health programs.
Dr. Sheridan received her BS in Psychology at Greensboro College, with a minor in Child and Family Studies. She received her Master’s degree in Social Work (MSW) from the JMSW Program at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and North Carolina Agriculture and State University. She obtained her Licensed Clinical Social Work (LCSW) license, enabling her to provide therapy to children and families for several years before returning to school to earn her Doctorate of Education (EdD) in Counseling Psychology from Argosy University. Dr. Sheridan continued providing direct care and therapeutic services, focusing on treating anxiety, depression, ADHD, and ODD. In 2011, Dr. Sheridan completed a year-long collaborative through the NC Child Treatment Program at UNC and Duke University, rostering her as a trauma therapist. Dr. Sheridan continued her focus on PTSD and Trauma, completing clinical research and providing TF-CBT therapy to children and adolescents who experienced traumatic events including abuse. She also completed mental health diagnostic assessments, while training and supervising other clinicians. Dr. Sheridan was named the youngest recipient of the business 40 under 40 award for her development of training programs for clinical therapists during her time at Youth Villages. Dr. Sheridan returned to Greensboro College in 2014 as an Adjunct Professor of Psychology, furthering her commitment to academia in 2017 as an Assistant Professor of Psychology. Dr. Sheridan focuses on utilizing various teaching strategies to meet the needs of each student, while enhancing their learning and assisting in their academic success through educating and advising. Dr. Sheridan is the Faculty Advisor for NAMI on Campus and the Psi Chi Honor Society at Greensboro College.