Mary Ann Watson

Topics:

Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Issues, International Studies, Psychology/Mental Health, Sex, Women's Issues

Expertise:

Human sexuality, Sex education, Roe v. Wade, Death and dying, Clinical psychology issues, Sexuality - child predators, Transgenderism, Sexual dysfunction, Diversity issues, Middle Eastern women's issues


Title: Professor Emerita

Department: Psychology

Email: watsonm@msudenver.edu

Mobile Phone: 303-322-9334

Alternate Phone: 303-399-9264

Interviewed by: CBS4, FOX31, 9NEWS, 7NEWS, The Denver Post, 850 KOA-AM, Chicago Sun Times, CW2 News, Rocky Mountain News, Colorado Community Media


Biography:

Watson teaches Psychology of Sexuality.  

She has taught at Metropolitan State University of Denver since 1974. 

Watson has published many papers throughout her academic career, including “SAMD: Diversity Division – My Journey,” “Female Circumcision from Africa to the Americas: Slavery to the Present” and “Bereavement in the Elderly.”

Watson has contributed to several documentaries, including, “Wearing Hijab: Uncovering the Myths of Islam in the United States” and “Africans in America: The Unfolding of Ethnic Identity.”  Watson has won several Telly Awards which honor excellence in film and video productions. Watson also had a cameo role in "Combover: The Movie," which screened at the Denver International Film Series in 2005. 

Watson also maintains a private clinical and consulting psychology practice in Denver.