Dr. Gosselin holds a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology (2003) and Master’s and B.A. in
Psychology. She also completed a two-year post-doctoral fellowship at Fordham University
in 2005. She has diverse interests and has taught a variety of psychology courses,
including: Abnormal Psychology, Counseling Theory and Techniques / Theories of
Psychotherapy, Testing and Assessment, Group Psychotherapy, Social Psychology,
Introductory Psychology, PSCC103 (The Individual and Society), Nonexperimental Research,
Experimental Research, Personality Theory, Infant & Child Development, Community
Psychology, and the Psychology of Women. 

She has taught psychology courses at Pepperdine University, George Mason University,
Fordham University, and Hunter College (CUNY), in addition to Sacred Heart University.
Her research interests broadly include application of Social Cognitive Theory to a
variety of domains, including perfectionism, psychopathology, and body-image
dissatisfaction. She has published in the separate areas of self-efficacy,
psychopathology, body dysmorphic disorder, and HIV. She has also been a study coordinator
for a national clinical trial at Columbia University. She is currently collaborating with
the Sacred Heart University Counseling Center on research projects involving alcohol and
other drug use, as well as body-image issues. 



Analysis of Vitamin D Status at Two Academic Medical Centers and a National Reference Laboratory: Result Patterns Vary by Age, Gender, Season, and Patient Location (with Jonathan R. Genzen, Thomas C. Wilson, Emilian Racila, and Matthew D. Krasowski), Psychology Faculty Publications (2013)

Background: Testing for 25-hydroxyvitamin D [25(OH)D] has increased dramatically in recent years. The present report...



Addressing the Fertility Needs of HIV-Seropositive Males (with Brian A. Levine, Sahadat K. Nurudeen, and Mark V. Sauer), Psychology Faculty Publications (2011)

An increasing number of serodiscordant couples are utilizing advanced reproductive technologies to address their reproductive...



Self-Efficacy (with James E. Maddux), Psychology Faculty Publications (2003)