Sheryl Lozowski-Sullivan, MPH, PhD
Licensed Psychologist


Children of all ages, adults and families; People with medical conditions

Specialty Areas

  • Behavioral Medicine
  • Pediatric Psychology
  • Children and adults with medical conditions
  • Psychological Assessment
  • Evidence-based treatments
  • Parenting
  • Life transitions


  • PhD, Western Michigan University, Department of Psychology, 2011
  • MPH, University of Michigan, School of Public Health, Public Health Policy & Administration, 1990
  • BS, University of Michigan, Honors Psychology, 1986


Private practice since 2008

Professional Interests/Specialties

It is a great privilege to be invited into people's personal struggles. I am grateful that people trust me with their private stories and allow me to partner with them in treatment. An important part of this privilege is to understand that people enter therapy at various stages of change readiness. It is critically important to meet people where they are at. Together we work in small incremental steps towards the therapeutic goals.

Goals are defined by the individual and indicate to us when therapy is at an ending point. Results in therapy are as important as relationships. The quality of the relationship with the psychologist has been shown to be very important. It is an important
prerequisite not the mechanism for change. Evidence-based treatments are the mechanisms for change. Evidence-based means that there is research that shows the particular treatment works for your age and your particular presenting concerns. EBTs are the treatments you want and deserve. You can and should expect results from therapy.

Another critically important part of therapy is coordination and collaboration with family members and medical care professionals. Different perspectives help create a fuller
picture of the issue, and contribute to the solutions. Coordination with medical professionals run the gamut from phone calls and faxes to transdisciplinary teams where the psychologist is integrated into the medical practice. This is called Integrated Behavioral Health (IBH) and is a method to treating the whole patient, including mind and body. IBH is a particular interest area for me both clinically and theoretically.

  • Behavior therapies
  • Cognitive behavior therapies
  • Integrated Behavioral Health

Professional Affiliations/Activities

  • American Psychological Association
  • Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies
  • Bronson Hospital


Patricia Lyman


5380 Holiday Terrace
Suite 32
Kalamazoo, Michigan 49009

Phone: 269-459-1512

Office Hours

By appointment

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