The Department of Psychology at Suffolk University is located on the 6th floor of the Donahue Building at 41 Temple Street, Boston, MA. To contact the department by phone, please call 617.573.8293.

Department Faculty

Please use the following list to contact faculty members directly:

Michael Basseches*, Professor
Office Hours: By appointment only.

Krisanne Bursik*, Associate Dean, College of Arts & Sciences, Professor
Office Hours: By appointment only.

Lisa Coyne*, Associate Clinical Professor
Office Hours: By appointment only.

Rosemarie DiBiase†*, Associate Professor
Office Hours: By appointment only.

Gary Fireman*, Chair of Psychology, Professor
Office Hours: By appointment only.

David Gansler*, Associate Professor
Office Hours: By appointment only.

Debra Harkins*, Associate Professor
Office Hours: By appointment only.

Matthew Jerram*, Associate Professor
Office Hours: By appointment only.

Carol Kerrissey†, Visiting Assistant Professor, Director, School Counseling Program
Office Hours: By appointment only.

Gabrielle Liverant, Assistant Professor
Office Hours: By appointment only

Amy Marks*, Associate Professor, Director of Undergraduate & Graduate Studies
Office Hours: By appointment only.

David Medoff†, Associate Professor
Office Hours: By appointment only.

Elisabeth Moes*, Associate Professor
Office Hours: By appointment only.

Susan Orsillo*, Professor
Office Hours: By appointment only. 

Sukanya Ray*, Associate Professor
Office Hours: T By appointment only.

David Shumaker†, Associate Professor, Director, Mental Health Counseling Program
Office Hours: By appointment only.

Michael Suvak*, Assistant Professor
Office Hours: M 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.; W 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.; & by appointment.

Lance Swenson*, Assistant Professor, Director of Clinical Training  
Office Hours: By appointment only.

Yvonne Wells*, Associate Professor, Coordinator of Undergraduate Advising
Office Hours: By appointment only.

Emeritus Professor

Robert Webb

An asterisk (*) indicates faculty who accept students in the doctoral program. A dagger (†) indicates faculty who accept students in the master's programs.