Michelle Pride, Ph.D.
Michelle completed her counseling psychology doctoral program at Michigan State University and a psychology internship at Colorado State University counseling center. Before coming to Ohio University she worked at the Louisiana Tech University counseling center. She is a multicultural, feminist therapist who has specialized in working in a university setting. Her interests and expertise include women's issues, LGBTIQA+ issues, trans affirmative therapy, group therapy, trauma work, working with student athletes and students with identified learning disabilities and ADD/ADHD, peer mentoring, and clinical training and supervision. She co-led the sexual assault survivor's group for 10 years and has co-led Spectrum since 2016. She worked as the group therapy coordinator for 4 years at CPS before becoming the training director. Michelle was the training director for 8 years. Currently, Michelle is a staff member working on balancing her passions for clinical work, supervision, advocacy and social justice, and self-care. When she’s not at work, you can find Michelle hiking, kayaking, doing yoga, knitting, gardening, crafting, or listening to esoteric podcasts.