Colleen Monn, PsyD

Colleen Monn, PsyD
Clinical Psychologist

Making the decision to come to therapy is not always easy, and I am honored to be part of your journey. I recognize that there is no one-size-fits-all to therapy, and so invite you into a process of sharing your story and adjusting interventions to best fit your needs. In that, I often approach our work from an interpersonal lens and incorporate Internal Family Systems (IFS), DBT, and attachment-based interventions.

Common concerns that I work with include sexual trauma histories, developmental traumas, grief and bereavement, depression, relational concerns/interpersonal functioning, emotional instability, identity development, self-esteem, anxiety, depression, adolescence, emerging adulthood and Women’s issues. 

My clinical experiences have spanned multiple modalities, including brief and long-term individual therapy, structured and process group therapies, evidence-based treatment programs for depression, anxiety and perfectionism, parent skills training, outreach, and crisis intervention and response. Since joining Trysa Shulman & Associates I have also run both Teen and Emerging Adult DBT Groups, as well as a Women’s Process Group.

My practice is telehealth only and I offer services to those residing in Ohio, Virginia, Indiana, and California.


B.S. in Psychology from Indiana University, Bloomington 2012

Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (PsyD) from Adler University, Chicago 2018

APA Accredited Internship: James Madison University Harrisonburg, VA 2018

Postdoctoral Residency: James Madison University Harrisonburg, VA 2019

Level 1 & 2 Trained in IFS with emphasis in working with children and adolescents

OH License #P.08019

VA License #0810006214

IN License # 20043662B 

CA License #35015