Kelly Greco, PsyD

Assistant Director of Outreach and Prevention Services, Clinical Associate Professor and Faculty of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Keck School of Medicine of USC

Kelly Greco, PsyD received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology in Sacramento, CA and a Marriage and Family Therapy degree at the University of San Francisco. Greco has been at USC Student Health since 2005. As Assistant Director of Outreach and Prevention, she oversees community engagement and outreach. Her passion is using strength-based practices like positive psychology, and solution-focused strategies to build resiliency, and help the community thrive. Greco is also an active member of the Student Affairs and Student Health committee (G2) that strategically and intentionally focuses on creating and building a thriving community at USC.

Greco is excited to serve as a community liaison to the Kaufman School of Dance. She also serves as a community liaison for the Greek community and Residential Life. Overall, Greco enjoys teaching and empowering students to learn how to “fight on” by teaching self-care and compassionate training skills that offer empathy, curiosity, and inclusivity and enhance a sense of connection and authenticity within the community.

Greco’s clinical interests are treating anxiety, depression, postpartum depression, suicide prevention, grief and loss, body image, eating disorders, and parenting skills.

Her pronouns are she, her, hers.