Daniel Holland Ph.D.

Daniel Holland, Ph.D.

Psy.D. in Counseling Psychology - Core Professor

Brother Louis Hall, BLH232    |    Campus Box: # 28
(612) 728-5163   |   dholland@smumn.edu

My primary interests are in the area of disability issues and the role of psychologists in addressing disability at an individual level, community level, national and international levels.  A particular focus involves individuals who have neuropsychological disabilities.  I am a part-time faculty member in the doctoral psychology program and teach courses related to physiological psychology, cognitive behavior therapy, and neuropsychology.

My family and I spend a lot of time appreciating the arts in the Twin Cities, particularly the visual arts at places like the MIA, Walker, and Minnesota Center for Book Arts.  

  • Areas of Expertise

    Neuropsychological conditions
    Disability rights
    Disability activism

  • Scholarly & Creative Interests

    Much of my scholarship has focused on the experience of disability in the United States and in transitioning countries, particularly the transitioning countries of post-communist Europe.  I have focused on how disability activists in different parts of the world find ways to promote disability rights and independence for people with disabilities. 

  • Courses Taught Recently at Saint Mary's

    Physiological Psychology
    Advanced Cognitive Behavior Therapy
    Introduction to Neuropsychological Assessment

  • Professional Organizations

    Fellow, American Psychological Association
    Fellow, Association for Psychological Science
    Member, American Public Health Association

  • Education

    B.A.  Oberlin College, 1986
    Ph.D. Southern Illinois University, 1992
    Internship in Rehabilitation Psychology & Neuropsychology, University of Missouri School of Medicine, 1992
    Post-doctoral Residency in Clinical Neuropsychology, University of Washington School of Medicine, 1994
    MPH, Tulane University School of Public Health, 2001

  • Experience

    University of Missouri School of Medicine, Dept. of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
    University of Arkansas at Little Rock
    Tulane University School of Public Health
    Minneapolis VA Medical Center
    Minnesota School of Professional Psychology

    Fielding Graduate University

    The Neurobehavior Center of Minnesota

  • Links

    Holland Takes Interdisciplinary International, Association for Psychological Science.

    A mission to promote disability rights in Slovakia, American Psychological Association.

    Social Entrepreneurs and NGOs for People with Mental Disabilities in Post-Communist Europe: Implications for International Policy, Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal.