Lyn M. O'Connell, PhD

Assistant Professor
Associate Director of Addiction Sciences

Departments

Clinical Interests

Biography

Dr. O'Connell assists with Marshall Health's and the City of Huntington's response to the substance use crisis through clinical services, grant writing, research and program development, implementation and oversight. O'Connell also works with the City of Huntington on the advisory board of the Compass Project to promote resiliency in first responders and as the primary investigator for the Huntington Quick Response Team.

Education & Training

  • Doctorate: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Blacksburg, Va.)

Honors & Memberships

  • Chair, Prevention Empowerment Partnership
  • Co-chair, Healthy Connections Coalition
  • Member, Faith Community United, steering committee

Certification

  • Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist: Ohio Counselor, Social Work and Family Therapist Board

Marshall Family Medicine

An outpatient department of Cabell Huntington Hospital
Marshall University Medical Center
1600 Medical Center Drive
1st Floor
Huntington, WV 25701
Phone: 304-691-1100
Toll-Free Phone: 877-691-1600

Map & Directions


O'Connell L, Dolbin-MacNab ML. 2021. Grandfamilies and the Opioid Epidemic: A Systemic Perspective and Future Priorities 2021Jan 25
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O'Connell L, Dolbin-MacNab ML. 2021. Grandfamilies and the Opioid Epidemic: A Systemic Perspective and Future Priorities 2021Jan 25
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OConnell LE, Maiolo, J, Petrany SM.. 2020. City of Solutions 2020; 84-104

Moore, LE, Tambling, RB, & Anderson, SR.. 2013. The intersection of therapy constructs: The relationship between motivation to change, distress, referral source, and pressure to attend. 2013 May 30;41(3), 245-258.

DOLBIN-MACNAB M, JARROTT SE, MOORE LE, O'HORA KA., DE CHAVONNES VRUGT ,MARIETTE, ERASMUS M.. . Dumela Mma: an examination of resilience among South African grandmothers raising grandchildren 2016 Nov;36(10):2182-2212.