College of Arts and Sciences

Fanny Correa, MSW, PsyD

  • Fanny Correa, PsyD
    PsyD, Clinical Psychology
    Adjunct Professor, Criminal Justice
    Phone: 206-296-5480
    Building/Room: Casey 4E



    Fanny Correa, MSW, PsyD, is the Clinical Director of Separation and Loss Services, Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle, Washington.  Mrs. Correa specializes in traumatic grief after sudden violent death supporting bereaved families, friends and communities.   She provides consultation, in-service training and critical incident stress management for communities and organizations after a violent death.  She is an Adjunct Professor for Seattle University Masters in Criminal Justice Program where she teaches two Victimology courses. Mrs. Correa serves on various statewide committees including the Seattle and King County Public Health, Catastrophic Preparedness Program: Family Assistance Behavioral Health Taskforce.  She is part of the King County Sheriff’s Office PAT Team as a mental health provider assisting Department members and their families after a traumatic incident. On a national level she serves on the National Leadership Council for Crime Victim Justice.