Mona Hanania

College of Psychology and Community Services
School of Psychology
Ph.D. Psychology

Dr. Hanania has worked as a therapist and researcher. She has taught the following Walden courses: History and Systems of Counseling and Psychology, Practicum, Internship, Multicultural Counseling, Psychology and Social Change, Advanced Grief Therapy, Substance Abuse Therapies, Cognitive Psychology, and Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories.

Her clinical expertise involved assessment and counseling for oncology patients and their families, as well as assessment and treatment of substance abuse patient through individual and group counseling. She worked with neurologically impaired patients within the framework of counseling, vocational assessment, and placement. Additionally, she conducted personality, intelligence, and neuropsychological testing and treated patients with a wide spectrum of psychological disorders such as obsessive- compulsive disorder, anxiety disorders, depression, and schizophrenia.

Public Service

WHAM, Volunteer - Houston

Awards / Honors

ABCD Award, Interface Samaritan Counseling Center, 2006


Hanania, M. (2013). Changes in Health Behavior in Survivors of the Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome. ICU Director


Hanania, M., Shriram, D. S., Blakely, J. R. (2022). Discussion about Trainings for Faculty in DEI. Walden University