Shoua-Desmarais, Nathaly, PsyD, BCB
Assistant Professor; Director, Medical Student Counseling and Wellness
Office: GL-340 B
Phone: 305-348-8822 or 305-348-1460
Nathaly Shoua-Desmarais, PsyD, BCB, is the director of Medical Student Counseling and Wellness Center and an assistant professor in the department of psychiatry and behavior health. She provides counseling services to the medical student body including wellness services such as biofeedback.
Dr. Shoua-Desmarais is on the American Psychological Association Advisory Committee for Colleague Assistance since 2019. She is also co-chair of the colleges Fit & Well Committee and has published research on topics of burnout in medical students.
Education:Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, Nova Southeastern University
M.S., Clinical Psychopharmacology, Nova Southeastern University
M.S., Mental Health Counseling, Nova Southeastern University
B.S., Psychology, Florida Atlantic University
APA Achievement Award for Early Career Professionals - 2014
- Rivera, M. Shoua-Desmarais, N. Case Report: The Gold Standard: The Case for Inclusion of a Medical Student-Specific Counseling Center and Wellness Programming in Early Medical Education. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 1-6. DOI 10.1007/s10880-020-09726-4
- Shoua-Desmarais, N., von Harscher, H., Rivera, M., Felix, T., Havas, N., Rodriguez, P., ... & Zwingli, E. (2020). First Year Burnout and Coping in One US Medical School. Academic Psychiatry, 1-5.
- Harscher, H. V., Desmarais, N., Dollinger, R., Grossman, S., & Aldana, S. (2017). The impact of empathy on burnout in medical students: New findings. Psychology, Health & Medicine,23(3), 295-303. doi:10.1080/13548506.2017.1374545