College of Health Professions

Carla J. Groh PhD, RN

Dr. Groh has been at UDM since 1996 teaching within all the programs in the College of Health Professions. Her primary teaching interests include research methods, health policy and women's studies.

In addition to teaching, Dr. Groh is a certified nurse practitioner in psychiatric/mental health nursing and practices at the McAuley Center. She does individual therapy with women and men who are experiencing symptoms of depression, anxiety, and who are confronted by various socioeconomic issues.

Dr. Groh returned in June 2004 from a Fulbright Teaching Award to Iceland. While in Iceland, she taught psychiatric/mental health nursing to graduate students.

From 1998 to 2000, Carla was co-director of Women's Studies, and continues to be actively involved on the Women's Studies Steering Committee.

She earned her BSN and MSN from Wayne State University in adult psychiatric/mental health nursing and her PhD in nursing from University of Michigan.

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