- M.E.D., Masters of Education of the Deaf, Smith College, 2006
- B.A., Psychology and French Studies, Smith College, 2005
- Dissertation: Have You Talked About It?: A Phenomenological Approach to Deaf Women's Experiences of Sexual Assault Disclosure
- Predissertation: Sexual Assault Disclosure: The Experiences of Deaf Women.
Publications and Presentations:
- Opsahl, N. & Pick, L.H. (2016, July). An exploratory qualitative investigation regarding experiences of sexual assault disclosure among Deaf women. Thematic session presentation at the International Congress of Psychology, Yokohama, Japan.
- Opsahl, N. (2015, November). A peer advocate's experience of Deaf women's disclosure of sexual assault. Poster presentation at Breaking Silences, Demanding Crip Justice: Sex, Sexuality, and Disability, Dayton, OH.
- Opsahl, N. (2015, November). Sexual assault in the Deaf community. Breakout Presentation at Breaking Silences, Demanding Crip Justice: Sex, Sexuality, and Disability, Dayton, OH.
- Opsahl, N. & Pick, L.H. (2015, August). Online disclosure resources for Deaf female survivors of sexual assault and their support providers. Poster presentation at the 123rd American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Toronto, Ontario.
- Washington DC VA Medical Center, Mental Health Clinic (Advanced Practicum)
- Multicultural Clinical Center (Advanced Practicum)
- Gallaudet University, Counseling and Psychological Services (Practicum)
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