Pittman Wagers
Emerita Teaching Professor of Distinction
Psychology and Neuroscience

Office: Muenzinger D446B


BA, University of Virginia, 1983
MSW, University of Denver, 1986
PsyD, University of Denver, 1993

Teaching and Research

Dr. Tina Pittman Wagers is a Teaching Professor and Clinical Psychologist in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience.  She teaches upper-level clinical classes, including Abnormal Psychology, Evidence-Based Psychotherapy and Women’s Mental Health.  Dr. Pittman Wagers also provides clinical supervision for PhD students in the department.  She was the recipient of the Departmental Teaching Award in 2013 and co-recipient of the Dorothy Martin Award in 2012.

Dr. Pittman Wagers has published in the area of couples therapy, integration of mental health care into health care settings, and experiences of Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection (SCAD) patients.

Her current research and clinical interests involve campus mental health, mobile app development for SCAD patients, and psychosocial issues faced by SCAD patients.