Artishia Dasher

Contributing Faculty
College of Psychology and Community Services
School of Psychology
M.S. Forensic Psychology

Dr. Artishia Dasher received her PhD in Forensic Psychology at Walden University in November of 2019. She currently serves as a contributing faculty in the School of Criminal Justice and Forensic Psychology/College of Psychology and Community Services. Dr. Dasher also has post graduate certificates in teaching online psychology, mental health counseling, and theories in addictions treatment. She has served as an adjunct professor and dissertation chair at other universities teaching Mental Health Law and Violence and Risk Assessments. Dr. Dasher has worked in various community, residential, and correctional based settings with adults and juveniles. Dr. Dasher has over 20 years of experience working with the criminal justice system, as well as social service agencies serving as an expert on all matters related to schizophrenia and criminology. Dr. Dasher has conducted clinical interviews for the National Study of Mental Health, as well as the National Study on Drug Use and Health.

Courses Taught

FPSY 6201 - Psychological Aspects of Violent Crime


PhD, Walden University

Post-master's Certificate, Walden University

Post-master's Certificate, Walden University

Post-master's Certificate, Capella University

MA, Argosy University

BA, University of Maryland - College Park

Public Service

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Chair -


Dasher, A. (2019). An African American Male Perspective on Medication, Schizophrenia, and Crime.


Dasher, A. (2020). Mental Health and Wellness Forum. Montgomery County Public School System