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Daniela A. Wittmann

Clinical Assistant Professor of Urology, Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Social Work

Daniela A. Wittmann
Daniela Wittmann, PhD, MSW is Assistant Professor in the University of Michigan’s Department of Urology. She is a psychotherapist, educator and researcher. She is an AASECT certified sex therapist and sex therapy supervisor. Dr.Wittmann has published on sexual issues in prostate and bladder cancer. Her research focus is on developing and testing interventions that support couples’ sexual recovery after cancer.

Continuing Education Programs

Clinical Assistant Professor of Urology

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Social Work

Contact Information

(734) 615-2878(734) 936-9127dwittman@umich.eduUMHS
1500 E. Medical Center Drive, D2202 MPB
Ann Arbor, MI 48109


Year Degree   School
2013 PhD Social Work Michigan State University, Lansing
1978 MSW Interpersonal Practice Simmons College, Boston
1972 BA Psychology & Russian Studies University of Keele, Staffordshire, UK

Wittmann, D., Carolan, M., Given, B., Skolarus, T. A., An, L., Palapattu, G., & Montie, J. E. (2014). Exploring the role of the partner in couples' sexual recovery after surgery for prostate cancer. Supportive Care in Cancer.

Skolarus, T., Wolf, A., Erb, N., Brooks, D., Rivers, B., Underwood, III, W., Salner, A., Zelefsky, M., Aragon-Ching, J., Slovin, S., Wittmann, D., Hoyt, M., Sinibaldi, V., Chodak, G., Pratt-Chapman, M., & Cowens-Alvarado, R. (2014). American Cancer Society prostate cancer survivorship care guidelines. CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians.

Wittmann, D., He, C., Mitchell, S., Wood, D., Hola, V., & Montie, J. E. (2013). A one-day couple group intervention to enhance sexual recovery for surgically treated men with prostate cancer and their partners: A pilot study. Urologic Nursing, 33(3), 140-147.

Wittmann, D., Foley, S., & Balon, R. (2011). A Biopsychosocial Approach to Sexual Recovery after Prostate Cancer Surgery: The Role of Grief and Mourning. Journal Sex and Marital Therapy, 37(2), 130-144.

Wittmann, D., He, C., Coelho, M., Hollenbeck, B., Montie, J., & Wood, Jr., D. (2011). Patient preoperative expectations of urinary, bowel, hormonal, and sexual functioning do not match their actual outcomes 1 year after radical prostatectomy. Journal of Urology, 186, 494-499.

Zebrack, B., Foley, S., Wittmann, D., & Leonard, M. (2010). Sexual functioning in Young Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancer. Psycho-Oncology, 19(8), 814-822.

Wittman, D., Smith, P., Rajarethinam, R. P., & Foley, S. (2010). Do Patients with Psychosis Experience Loss and Grief as a Result of their Illness?. Psychoanalytical Social Work, 17, 30-39.

Foley, S., Wittmann, D., & Balon, R. (2010). A Multidisciplinary Approach to Sexual Dysfunction in Medical Education. Journal of Academic Psychiatry, 34(5), 386.

Wittmann, D., Northouse, L., Foley, S., Gilbert, S., Wood, D., & Montie, J. (2009). The Psychosocial Aspects of Sexual Recovery after Prostate Cancer Treatment. International Journal of Impotence Research, 21, 99-106.

Zebrack, B., Foley, S., Wittmann, D., & Leonard, M. (2009). Sexual Functioning in Young Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancer. Psychooncology, 19(8), 814.

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