Dr. Zachary Soulliard’s (he/him) research focuses broadly on stigma and evidence-based treatment to address mental health disparities among sexual and gender minority (SGM) communities. His research specifically is focused on applying tenets of minority stress theory to body image disparities among SGM individuals. Dr. Soulliard is both a trained scientist and practitioner with training in quantitative research methods and psychometrics, as well as extensive clinical training in psychological assessment and evidence-based psychotherapy interventions, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Dr. Soulliard completed his predoctoral internship training at West Virginia University School of Medicine and earned his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Saint Louis University.
Education & Training
- PhDSaint Louis University, Clinical Psychology (2020)
- Pre-Doctoral InternshipWest Virginia University School of Medicine (2020)
- MAPenn State Harrisburg, Applied Psychological Research (2015)
- BASusquehanna University, Psychology and Secondary Education (2011)