Psychology & Counseling: Faculty & Staff

Tracie Pasold

Assistant Professor
570-348-6211 ext 2265
McGowan 1030


Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, University of Toledo; M.A. Clinical Psychology, University of Toledo; B.S. Psychology, Loyola University Chicago

Clinical Specialization

Child Psychology; Pediatric Psychology; Eating Disorders

Research Interests

Eating behaviors, parenting, attachment, emotional intelligence, quality of life, youth adjustment to medical diagnoses 

Courses Taught

Behavioral Medicine, Clinical I, Health Psychology, Psychology of Adolescence, Sport Psychology, Child Psychopathology, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy, Eating Disorders

Tracie L. Pasold, Ph.D., is a licensed Clinical Psychologist with specializations in child/pediatric psychology and eating disorders. Her research is grounded in developmental psychopathology and focuses on identifying protective and risk factors associated with eating pathology and psychological adjustment to medical issues. She has presented at regional, national and international conferences and has published her research in peer-reviewed journals. Some of the prominent variables of interest include eating behaviors, emotional intelligence, attachment, temperament, parenting, and quality of life.