||Assistant Professor of Psychology
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Eastern Michigan
B.S., Psychology, Seattle Pacific University
Trauma, Risk and Resilience, Posttraumatic Stress
Dr. Reiland is an assistant professor in the Department
of Psychology at Winthrop. She received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology
from Eastern Michigan University. As part of her graduate training, she
completed a year-long internship at a VA Medical Center in Mississippi. She
subsequently completed a two-year research fellowship at the Center for the
Treatment and Study of Traumatic Stress at Summa Health System in Akron, Ohio.
Her research interests focus on risk and resilience following exposure to
potentially traumatic events or other significant life stressors. She is
interested in collaborating with students on research projects. She currently
teaches General Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, and Psychology as a Discipline
and Profession. She is also the faculty-liaison for the Psyc 340 Field
Experience in Psychology.