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Phyllis Solon, Psy.D.
Phyllis Solon
Psychology Doctorate Program - Core Associate Professor

(612) 238-4572
pcsolon@smumn.edu

Phyllis Solon received her Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology. She has worked in a variety of clinical settings serving the needs of children, adolescents and families. She conducts individual, couples, family and group therapy with children, adolescents and adults and provides clinical consultation and supervision to professionals and organizations. Dr. Solon also worked as a core faculty in the clinical psychology doctoral program at the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology. Research interests include attachment theory and therapy, child/adolescent therapy, "Nontraditional" Therapies: Somatics, EMDR, nonlinear and nonverbal therapies, cultural practices/indigenous healing, autism spectrum disorders, race, class, gender, sexual orientation, cross-cultural communication, the study of violence and peace, and non-dominant leadership styles.

Phyllis Solon, Psy.D.
Phyllis Solon
Psychology Doctorate Program - Core Associate Professor

(612) 238-4572
pcsolon@smumn.edu

Phyllis Solon received her Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology. She has worked in a variety of clinical settings serving the needs of children, adolescents and families. She conducts individual, couples, family and group therapy with children, adolescents and adults and provides clinical consultation and supervision to professionals and organizations. Dr. Solon also worked as a core faculty in the clinical psychology doctoral program at the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology. Research interests include attachment theory and therapy, child/adolescent therapy, "Nontraditional" Therapies: Somatics, EMDR, nonlinear and nonverbal therapies, cultural practices/indigenous healing, autism spectrum disorders, race, class, gender, sexual orientation, cross-cultural communication, the study of violence and peace, and non-dominant leadership styles.