Tammy Kushner, Psy.D., graduated from Nova Southeastern University with her Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology and completed her doctoral residency at Wilford Hall Medical Center, Lackland Air Force Base, TX. She later went on to complete the Management Development Program at Harvard Graduate School of Education. Dr. Kushner is the Executive Associate Dean at the Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice. She is also employed by the Broward County Sheriff’s Office where she serves as an Employee Assistance Program psychologist as well as a mental health consultant on the SWAT/HBT.
In addition to her role at NSU Dr. Kushner is in private practice, which consists of treatment for adults. She treats individuals as well as couples and her special interests are in the clinical areas depression, anxiety and marital therapy. Dr. Kushner is a former Major in the United States Air Force, where she served as the Commander of the Mental Health Flight as well as the chief mental health consultant of Hostage Negotiations.