LeeAnn Bartolini, PhD

LeeAnn is a licensed clinical psychologist (PSY8735) who specializes in psychotherapy with individuals and couples. She has been teaching at Dominican since 1985, joining the Psychology Department full time in 1993. She is involved in teaching a wide variety of undergraduate psychology courses, as well as courses in the Women and Gender Studies program. She has maintained a private practice in Mill Valley since 1985 and is involved in diverse community work, including being a board member at the Center for Domestic Peace from 2003-2015. 


California School of Professional Psychology, MA, PhD

Dominican College, BA, Psychology and Art History

Research Interests

Research interests include death and dying, the internationalization of psychology as a discipline, solutions to ending interpersonal violence, and the application of poetry as a healing force. 

Honors and Awards

  • Joseph R. Fink Faculty Achievement Award, 2017
  • Melba Beals Awards for Excellence in Diversity, 2016
  • Dominican University Sr. Aquinas Service Alumni Award, 2014
  • Marin Women's Hall of Fame, Inductee, 2013

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