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Psychology Clinic

Faculty Supervisors

borrego

JOAQUIN BORREGO, JR., Ph.D.
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), parent management training, child physical abuse interventions, Spanish-speaking populations, clinical behavior analysis, behavioral assessment and treatment, community prevention-interventions.

brown

JENNIFER BROWN, Ph.D.
Empirically Validated Treatment Approaches including Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Dialectical Behavior Therapy; Psychological Consultation/Liaison; Behavioral Medicine/Clinical Health Psychology Interventions with expertise in working with individuals living with chronic diseases. I have specialty training in medical psychology, with expertise in working with individuals living with HIV/AIDS.

clopton

JAMES CLOPTON, Ph.D.
Psychotherapy and psychological assessment.

cohen

LEE COHEN, Ph.D.
Cognitive behavioral therapy, health psychology, smoking cessation.

cook

STEPHEN COOK, Ph.D.
Practice expertise: Individual adult counseling and psychotherapy including issues regarding stress management, anger management, religion/spirituality, gender, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and health psychology (particularly cardiac care), as well as couples counseling (including marital therapy).

cukrowicz

KELLY CUKROWICZ, Ph.D.
Treatment of mood disorders, self-injury and suicidal behavior; anxiety disorders; older individuals. Primarily cognitive behavior therapy and other empirically based treatments.

 

 

 

CATHERINE EPKINS, Ph.D.
Psychological, behavioral, emotional, and educational assessment of children and adolescents; treatment of children's behavioral and emotional problems; individual and group parent-training on child-management skills; and family therapy.

garos

SHEILA GAROS, Ph.D.
Clinical specialties: Sex therapy, partner/marital therapy, sexuality issues, addiction, general psychotherapy. Research interests: Sexual behavior, sexual temptation bias, medical patient/partner health and test development.

hendrick

SUSAN HENDRICK, Ph.D.
Close relationships, family issues.

littlefield

ANDREW LITTLEFIELD, Ph.D.
Dr. Littlefield's clinical interests include behavioral activation for depression, motivational interviewing for substance use disorders, and prolonged exposure for post-traumatic stress disorder. His research interests are broad but primarily focus on the development and course of substance use disorders.

morgan

ROBERT MORGAN, Ph.D.
Clinical interests include criminal behavior, forensic and psychological assessment, and group psychotherapy.

mumma

GREGORY MUMMA, Ph.D.
Cognitive-behavioral and cognitive-interpersonal assessment and treatment of adults, especially with depression and anxiety. Use of individualized measures to inform treatment decisions.

parent

MICHAEL PARENT, Ph.D.
Mike Parent, Ph.D., has experience working with adults across a range of presenting concerns, including anxiety and depression, military combat and sexual trauma, sexuality concerns, and management of chronic illnesses and injuries, using a range of treatment modalities including cognitive behavioral and rational emotive therapy, motivational interviewing, and multicultural approaches.

richards

STEVEN RICHARDS, Ph.D.
Clinical interests include depression, health promotion, and brief therapies.

robitschek

CHRISTINE ROBITSCHEK, Ph.D.
Personal growth initiative; vocational psychology.

vanallen

JASON VAN ALLEN, Ph.D.
Jason Van Allen received his training and Ph.D. from the Clinical Child Psychology Program at the University of Kansas. His primary clinical interests involve treatments of child and adolescent psychopathology, pediatric psychology interventions, and interventions designed for general health promotion and maintenance.