- Assistant Professor, Psychology
Dr. Kevin Kulic joined the faculty of Mercy University in 2002 and is currently an Assistant Professor in the Psychology Department, and recently received his 20-year Service Award. Dr. Kulic received his Ph.D. In Counseling Psychology in 2001 from the University of Georgia. Prior to that he earned both his BS in Psychology and his MS in Counseling from SUNY Albany. Dr. Kulic has been a licensed Psychologist in New York State since 2003 and has extensive experience in counseling and psychotherapy. He has published on the topics of crisis intervention, individual counseling factors, group counseling, instrument development, and 9/11.
Dr. Kulic teaches many different courses in the psychology curriculum at Mercy University, including Introduction to Psychology, Computer and Research Techniques in Psychology, Group Counseling, Testing and Assessment, History of Psychology, and others.
Dr. Kulic truly enjoys the diverse student body at Mercy University and enjoys challenging students to expand their horizons as well as applying high-level critical thinking skills to all of their life areas, not just in classes!