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Read our latest issue of our alumni newsletter, Clinically Significant @ Carolina! We also encourage our alumni to support our program and our graduate students by making a gift – with your generous donations, we continue to offer the best training to our doctoral students. Thank you for your generosity.

We have photos of our incoming classes – all the way back to 1972! Check them out online. More details about our alumni and what they’re up to now are below.

Entering Class of 2017

Highlander, April

Paquette, Catherine

Entering Class of 2016

Buchholz, Jen

Furlong, Sarah

Loiselle, Raelyn

Schreiber, Alison

Thompson, Katie

Weber, Danielle

Entering Class of 2015

Dudley, Katerina

Ludwig, Kelsey

Machlin, Lauren

Massing-Schaffer, Maya

Meyer, Kristin

Owens, Sarah

Reece, Liz

Sandercock, Rachel

Sosoo, Effua

Willis, Henry

Zachary, Chloe

Entering Class of 2014

Chen, Yun

Greene, Rachel

Halverson, Tate

Salcedo (Rosstich), Stephanie

Spivey, Leigh

Yi, Jennifer

Entering Class of 2013

Bernard, Donte

Browne, Julia

Cohen, Matthew

Haroon, Maleeha

Mosner, Maya

Nagendra, Arundati

Ong, Mian-Li

Pentel, Kimberly

Reuman, Lillian

Smith, Katie

Entering Class of 2012

Anton, Margaret
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
College of Nursing
Medial University of South Carolina

Margaret Anton is a postdoctoral research fellow in the College of Nursing at the Medical University of South Carolina. Currently, Margaret works with Drs. Ken Ruggiero and Tatiana Davidson on a number of projects examining the use of digital technologies to improve quality of care. She is currently engaged in research focused on facilitating the incorporation of these evidence-based digital technology tools into community-based practice by examining provider- and organization-level determinants of adoption and sustained use.

Belus, Jennifer

Gagen, Emily

Lin, Stacy

Nesi, Jacqueline

Rothenberg, Drew

Sheppard, Christopher

Entering Class of 2011

Buck, Ben

Calhoun, Casey

Gallagher, Michelle

Gonzalez, Michelle
Postdoctoral Fellow
Trauma Recovery Track – Women’s Health Emphasis
Durham Veteran Affairs Medical Center

Michelle Gonzalez is a postdoctoral fellow at the Durham VA. She is specializing in the treatment of trauma, specifically sexual and complex trauma. As part of her fellowship, Michelle is embedded in the Women’s Health Clinic and Male Military Sexual Trauma Program. As a clinical postdoc, Michelle is involved in the delivery of evidence based treatments for PTSD and related conditions. Michelle has expanded her repertoire of trauma-focused treatments to include Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Prolonged Exposure (PE) and Skills Training in Affective and Interpersonal Relationship/Narrative Therapy (STAIR/NT), as well as full model Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). Michelle is also a member of the Transgender Interdisciplinary Consultation Team where she consults on clinical cases and performs cross-sex hormone readiness evaluations. Although a clinically postdoc, Michelle also devotes 20 percent of her time to research. Currently, she is the lead postdoc fellow managing the day to day tasks of the Durham VA DBT program evaluation project. At the end of her postdoctoral training, Michelle will be serving in the United States military as an Army Captain. She will be completing a residency at Womack Army Medical Center at Ft. Bragg, NC.

Jacoby, Ryan
Postdoctoral Fellow
OCD and Related Disorders Program
Center for Anxiety and Traumatic Stress Disorders
Massachusetts General Hospital

Ryan Jane Jacoby is a post-doctoral fellow in the OCD and Related Disorders Program, Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) / Harvard Medical School working with Dr. Sabine Wilhelm. She is currently serving as PI on two projects. The first, uses executive functioning paradigms to examine cognitive/attentional control (i.e., response inhibition, set shifting, attentional disengagement) as a transdiagnostic mechanism underlying repetitive negative thinking (i.e., obsessions, worries, and ruminations). The second, investigates decision-making in patients with OCD – specifically, the extent to which individuals with OCD devalue decisional options that entail ambiguity (relative to risky but unambiguous options), and understanding the role that beliefs about intolerance of uncertainty play in this relationship.

Meyer, Allison

Entering Class of 2010

Brownstone, Lisa

Goodwin, Cara Damiano
Postdoctoral Fellow
Duke Center for Autism and Brain Development

Cara Damiano Goodwin is currently a post-doctoral fellow at the Duke Center for Autism and Brain Development in Durham, NC. She conducts assessments and psychotherapy with children with autism spectrum disorder and other psychiatric comorbidities using evidence-based practices. She also supervises several graduate students. She is working on preparing several manuscripts for publication from research conducted during her time in graduate school.

Healey, Kristin
Staff Psychologist
Durham Veterans Affairs Medical Center

Kristin M. Healey is a Clinical Psychologist providing services in the Outpatient Mental Health Clinic at the Durham VA Medical Center. She treats Veterans with complex mental health issues from multiple evidence-based therapy approaches in individual, couple, and group formats. Her specialty areas include serious mental illness, assessment and treatment of post-traumatic stress, LGBTQIA wellness, program evaluation, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. Dr. Healey is also part of the training committee at the Durham VAMC, providing clinical supervision in empirically supported treatments for psychology interns and fellows. Dr. Healey additionally provides assessments for the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies as a psychodiagnostic rater of PTSD and other comorbid conditions. Finally, she has co-authored several journal articles and poster presentations in the area of serious mental illness.

Higgins, Katy

Jones, Shawn
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
University of Pennsylvania
Graduate School of Education

Shawn Jones is a National Science Foundation SBE Postdoctoral Fellow in the Human Development and Quantitative Methods division at the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Education. Currently, Shawn works with Dr. Howard Stevenson in the Racial Empowerment Collaborative (REC), which centers on applied research to promote racial literacy and empower families as a means of reducing the deleterious impact of race-related stress. Currently, Dr. Jones is investigating the dynamics that underlie how Black families navigate the racial socialization of their children through the Raising Our Offspring Every Day (ROOTED) project. ROOTED is a series of three related but distinct studies, each of which uses a mixed method approach (collection of both quantitative and qualitative data).

Entering Class of 2009

Choukas-Bradley, Sophie
Assistant Professor
University of Pittsburgh
Department of Psychology

Sophie Choukas-Bradley is a tenure-track assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Pittsburgh. She is a core training faculty member of the Clinical, Developmental, and Social Psychology programs, and she is an affiliated faculty member of the Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Program. Her research focuses on interpersonal and sociocultural influences on adolescent and emerging adult development, with an emphasis on gender, sexuality, social media, body image, and mental health. Before joining the Department of Psychology at Pitt in 2017, she completed her pre-doctoral clinical internship and T32 post-doctoral fellowship at the Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic. More information about her lab and research can be found

Fabricant, Laura
Postdoctoral Fellow
Brown University Medical School Psychology Training Consortium
Providence Veteran Affairs Medical Center

Laura Fabricant is a postdoctoral fellow at the Brown University Medical School Psychology Training Consortium and the Providence VA Medical Center. She provides evidence-based psychological services to returning veterans and specializes in the treatment of PTSD and anxiety disorders. She supervises two psychiatry residents in the provision of CBT. She also works as a study therapist on a randomized clinical trial evaluating the treatment of trauma-related anger in returning veterans.

Fischer, Melanie

Fitzsimmons-Craft, Ellen
Postdoctoral Research Scholar
Weight Management and Eating Disorders Program
Washington University School of Medicine

Ellen Fitzsimmons-Craft is a postdoctoral research scholar in the Weight Management and Eating Disorders Program at Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine. Her primary activities involve conducting research related to disseminating evidence-based treatment for eating disorders and obesity. She is also involved with program evaluation for the Missouri Eating Disorders Council, a Missouri state-mandated council dedicated to the awareness, prevention, and treatment of eating disorders. Dr. Fitzsimmons-Craft has been intimately involved in the establishment of a state-wide program for eating disorders prevention and treatment using online, evidence-based programs. Furthermore, she is currently working with the National Eating Disorders Association to make an online, evidence-based eating disorders prevention program freely available. Dr. Fitzsimmons-Craft actively mentors undergraduate, graduate, and medical students in research and serves on the editorial board of Body Image. She also actively sees patients participating in a weight management research program, as well as serves as a coach for individuals participating in an online, evidence-based, guided self-help treatment program for eating disorders. She also provides clinical supervision to trainees serving as online coaches. Dr. Fitzsimmons-Craft is actively developing a training program in evidence-based treatments for eating disorders for Missouri community mental health center clinicians, providing training and ongoing supervision and making evidence-based treatment for eating disorders more widely available in the state of Missouri.

Gaskin-Wasson, Ashly
Postdoctoral Fellow
Durham Veteran Affairs Medical Center

Ashly Gaskin-Wasson is completing her trauma-recovery postdoctoral fellowship at the Durham VA Medical Center where she has provided evidenced-based psychotherapies (EBPs)(i.e., Cognitive Processing Therapy, Prolonged Exposure, CBT for Insomnia, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Depression) to Veterans with PTSD, Major Depressive Disorder, other mental health difficulties, and comorbid medical conditions (e.g., . Dr. Gaskin-Wasson also evaluated Veteran’s for PTSD using evidence-based assessment measures (e.g., CAPS-5, PAI, PCL-5, PHQ-9, etc.), provided feedback, and helped to coordinate care with other healthcare providers. She also was selected as a postdoctoral representative to serve on the National VA Psychology Training Council on the Multicultural Diversity Committee, where she helped to raise awareness of cultural adaptations of EBPs. During the year, she also published peer-reviewed articles on topics broadly related to diversity, and presented research at an APA division conference. Dr. Gaskin-Wasson recently accepted a faculty position at Duke University School of Medicine where she will engage in 50% clinical research and 50% development of community collaborations with a children’s evaluation clinic

Harney, Megan
Clinical Assistant Professor
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders

Meg Harney is a Clinical Assistant Professor with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders. She offers evidence-based psychological services to adolescents, families, and adults with eating disorders. She is also a therapist for a randomized clinical trial conducted by investigators at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Meg provides clinical supervision to doctoral students and doctoral interns as well as psychiatry residents and participates in numerous multidisciplinary teams.

Lee, Daniel

Paprocki, Christine
Psychistric Medicine Associates

Christine Paprocki is currently a licensed psychologist at Psychistric Medicine Associates, a group private practice in Seattle, WA. She specializes in providing Cognitive Behavioral Couples Therapy for relationship distress (e.g., treating couples’ communication concerns, dual-professional work/life balance conflicts, difficulties in sexual relationship) as well as treating couples where one or both partners are experiencing chronic health conditions or mental health issues. She also provides a variety of evidence-based cognitive-behavioral interventions for individuals experiencing anxiety and mood disorders.

Solis, Jessica

Entering Class of 2008

Berman, Noah
Assistant in Psychology, Massachusetts General Hospital
Instructor in Psychology, Harvard Medical Center

Noah Berman is a clinical psychologist who received his undergraduate degree from Bowdoin College and my MA and PhD degrees from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Berman completed his pre-doctoral internship and post-doctoral fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)/ Harvard Medical School (HMS). He am currently on staff at the MGH/HMS working within the OCD and Related Disorders Program. His clinical and research interests focus on the mechanisms underlying the development and treatment of OCD in individuals across the lifespan. Dr. Berman spend most of his time on research activities, while he also spent time mentoring, conducting clinical care, and completing administrative duties. His research focuses on how cognitive processes (e.g., threat perception) contribute to the pathogenesis of OCD and influence treatment response. His independent line of research began by investigating a demonstrated diathesis for OCD, information processing biases. He examined the developmental experiences that predict information processing biases and validated an in vivo behavioral paradigm that assessed this theoretically important construct. Dr. Berman master’s thesis and dissertation utilized this behavioral paradigm and he published his results in well-respected peer-reviewed journals. His work laid the foundation for my current projects examining the generational transmission of OC-related cognitive biases in vulnerable populations and the mechanisms by which mood states influence threat perception and exposure-based treatment for OCD. Since arriving at MGH, he has received five internal and external grants to support my research endeavors in this arena. Additionally, he was a co-investigator on one internal grant (Mind Brain Behavior Interfaculty Initiative) aimed at understanding and improving mental health professionals’ clinical decision-making regarding use of evidence-based assessment and treatment. Dr. Berman’s research aims to improve the early detection of individuals at risk of developing OCD, maximize the efficacy of exposure-based treatment protocols, and improve the accuracy of clinicians’ decision-making in order to bolster advantageous clinical outcomes. He is also a member of several professional societies, serves as an adjunct reviewer for a dozen peer-review journals, is on the Editorial Board for the Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders, and is presently a Guest Editor for a special edition of Cognitive and Behavioral Practice. In addition, Dr. Berman has an independent private practice in which he provides evidence-based assessment and treatment to patients of all ages afflicted with OCD, anxiety, and mood disorders; he receives referrals from colleagues locally, regionally, and nationally.

Burns, Alison
Pediatric Neuropsychologist
Child & Family Services, PLLC

After completing her doctorate in clinical psychology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Alison completed a postdoctoral fellowship in pediatric neuropsychology at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC. She is currently a pediatric neuropsychologist at Child and Family Psychological Services, a group private practice in Lexington, Massachusetts, where she provides neuropsychological assessments for children, adolescents, and young adults with a variety of developmental concerns, such as ADHD, learning disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorder, medical illness (e.g., epilepsy, brain tumors), traumatic brain injury/concussion, and psychiatric disorders (e.g., anxiety, depression).

Cuellar, Jessica
Private Practice

Harper, Katy
Private Practice

Katy Harper provides psychotherapy for individuals and adolescents, aged 16 and older. She has significant training in cognitive behavioral therapy, but also incorporates dialectical behavior therapy and motivational interviewing approaches into her work where appropriate. She enjoys collaborating with clients to identify areas for potential change, barriers to change and goals for therapy. She has particular expertise in treating complex mental health issues, including more severe forms of mental illness, substance use and abuse issues, personality issues, co-occuring mental health and medical issues, eating disorders, and a wide spectrum of mood and anxiety issues. She is also experienced in helping individuals navigate life transitions and stressors, such as adjustment issues, career challenges and relationship conflicts. Dr. Harper also has specialized experience in working with individuals with psychotic disorders (e.g. schizophrenia) and their families, and is able to provide CBT for psychosis and psychoeducation for individuals dealing with these challenges. Since graduation, she as continued to publish her research, disseminating evidence about practice through research publications.

Pisetsky, Emily Margot
Assistant Professor
University of Minnesota
Department of Psychiatry

Emily Pisetsky is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Minnesota (UMN). Prior to her faculty appointment, she completed a NIMH T32 Postdoctoral Fellowship in eating disorders research. Dr. Pisetsky offers evidenced-based individual psychotherapy to adolescents and adults, with a specialization in women’s mental health, including eating disorders and perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. She helped develop the Women’s Wellbeing Program at UMN, which is a multi-disciplinary treatment team focused on delivering evidenced-based treatments for women throughout the perinatal period. Dr. Pisetsky is actively involved in research, has previously served as a PI on two grants, and currently serves as a core faculty member on an NIMH T32 training grant. Her program of research is broadly focused on eating disorders with an emphasis on identifying mechanisms that lead to the increased risk of suicide in this population. Dr. Pisetsky is a member of several professional societies, serves as an adjunct reviewer for several peer-review journals, serves on the Awards and Scientific Review Committee of the Academy for Eating Disorders, and regularly presents her research at national and international conferences. She is committed to training and clinical supervision and serves on the training committee of the UMN APA accredited Pediatrics-Psychology Internship. She currently supervises practicum students, psychology interns, and psychiatry residents in delivering cognitive-behavioral therapy for adolescents and adults.

Shadur, Julia
Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for Addictions, Personality, and Emotion Research
University of Maryland

Julia Shadur is currently a postdoctoral research fellow at the Center for Addictions, Personality, and Emotion Research (CAPER) in the Department of Psychology at the University of Maryland in College Park (F32 DA039626-01). Dr. Shadur’s program of research focuses on the intergenerational transmission of addiction and emotion dysregulation, and examines both basic and prevention research questions regarding the development of emotion regulation among young children of substance-dependent caregivers. Her research is grounded within the frameworks of developmental psychopathology and developmental science, and her work thus explores the multifaceted factors that impact emotion regulation and risk-taking behaviors across development. Her program of research has involved authoring and co-authoring articles in peer-reviewed journals, presenting posters and oral presentations at national conferences, and she has also served as an ad-hoc manuscript reviewer for 11 different peer-reviewed research journals. In addition to her program of research, Dr. Shadur has been involved in supervising research projects for both undergraduate and graduate students, as well as research assistants at CAPER. She is also involved in leading and presenting research material at weekly research lab meetings, weekly clinical supervision meetings for staff conducting clinical assessments in an addiction treatment center, and she has been involved in teaching doctoral level courses including Child Psychopathology and Child Clinical Supervision (both required courses for Clinical Psychology doctoral students), all of which are focused on and incorporate empirical research and empirically supported theories, assessments, and treatments. Dr. Shadur has also conducted in-service seminars for doctoral students in Clinical Psychology, including use of empirically-supported behavioral parent training programs for managing child behavior problems. Dr. Shadur was also recently contracted to develop an original course and all materials for a course entitled “Introduction to Addiction and Comorbid Conditions” for an addiction certification program for working professionals in the mental health field.

Van Meter, Anna
Assistant Professor in Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology
Yeshiva University

Anna Van Meter is an assistant professor in a tenure-track position in the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology at Yeshiva University in New York. Among other classes, Dr. Van Meter teaches “Integrating Clinical Practice and Research,” a doctoral-level course on the evidence-based practice of psychology, which covers EBP approaches to both assessment and intervention. Dr. Van Meter also teaches research methods at the doctoral level and frequently consults with students and other faculty about their research study designs. In her own research, Dr. Van Meter involves both graduate and undergraduate students, many of whom have presented abstracts at national conferences. Dr. Van Meter also presents her work frequently at both national and international conferences, and stays active in the field through her positions as Programming Co-Chair of the Society for Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology and Co-President of the Bipolar Special Interest Group of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy. Dr. Van Meter serves as a clinical supervisor for students in the child psychology program and has a part-time private practice in which she treats primarily people with bipolar disorder using evidence based interventions. Dr. Van Meter also enjoys volunteering as a mental health services provider for the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

Williamson, Nicole Fenton
Suncoast Pediatric Psychology

Entering Class of 2007

Boeding, Sarah
Staff Psychologist
Durham Veterans Affairs Medical Center

Sara E. Boeding is a Clinical Psychologist providing services in the Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation New Dawn (OEF/OIF/OND) Clinic at the Durham VA Medical Center. She treats Veterans with complex mental health issues from multiple evidence-based therapy approaches in individual, couple, and group formats. Her specialty areas include Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Couples Therapy (CBCT), and empirically-supported treatments for PTSD [Prolonged Exposure (PE), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)]. She serves as a CPT therapist on a large multiple site VA treatment outcome study comparing PE and CPT. Dr. Boeding is also part of the training committee at the Durham VAMC, providing workshops, didactics, and clinical supervision in empirically supported treatments for psychology interns and fellows. Dr. Boeding has also lead workshops and other clinical presentations for groups outside the VA (e.g., CE course in couple based interventions for depression for licensed psychologists in NC; CBCT for psychology and psychiatry students at Duke University). Further, she serves as a clinical consultant for therapists in England who are learning CBCT for Depression. Finally, she has co-authored several journal articles, poster presentations, and book chapters in the area of couples and psychopathology.

Bromberg, Maggie Hood
Clinical Associate Licensed Psychologist
Seattle Psychology

Chavis, Shiahna Dye
Staff Psychologist
Polk Correctional Institute

Shiahna Dye, PhD, HSP-P, is a licensed clinical psychologist who currently works in the NC state prison system. In this position, Dr. Dye completes mental health assessments; provides individual therapy to individuals presenting with adjustment, mood, personality, psychotic, and substance use and abuse disorders and dual diagnoses; develops and implements treatment plans; administers psychological assessments; completes psychological reports; and performs suicide risk assessments and crisis intervention services.

Franklin, Joseph
Assistant Professor
Florida State University

Joseph C. Franklin is an assistant professor in the Clinical Science program at Vanderbilt University; in August 2016, he will be moving to the same position at Florida State University. Dr. Franklin is the director of the Technology and Psychopathology lab, which develops and researches novel technologies that have the potential to detect and prevent psychopathology on a large scale. For example, Dr. Franklin recently developed an app-based treatment for suicidal and nonsuicidal self-injury and conducted three randomized controlled trials to evaluate its effectiveness. Results indicated that the novel intervention significantly reduced self-cutting, suicide plans, and suicidal behaviors. This app is now freely available to the public via the Apple and Amazon app stores, and has been downloaded by thousands of people. Dr. Franklin and his team are currently working on integrating this app into social media platforms to disseminate the app to thousands of at risk individuals each day. This and other projects were supported by grants awarded to Dr. Franklin from private (e.g., American Foundation for Suicide Prevention) and public sources (e.g., Department of Defense). He presents his work at multiple national conferences each year and has published 24 articles (many in top tier journals, e.g., JCCP, J Abnormal Psychology, Psychological Bulletin, Psychological Science, Clinical Psychological Science (x 3), Clinical Psychology Review (x 2), Psychological Medicine (x 2),and Translational Psychiatry) since graduating from UNC three years ago. Dr. Franklin additionally disseminates his findings via social media and his website, which provides a layman-friendly overview of the findings from each of his studies.

Freeman, Andrew
Assistant Professor in Psychology
University of Nevada

Andrew J. Freeman is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. His research program focuses on the etiology, identification, and treatment of chronic irritability and disordered mood in children and adolescents. Dr. Freeman’s research is grounded in the principles of developmental psychopathology and evidence-based medicine with a focus on extending and developing evidence-based assessments and treatments for children and adolescents with mood disorders. Each year, he teaches a graduate level course in Assessment of Children; Abnormal Psychology at the undergraduate level; and supervises clinical psychology doctoral students in assessment and intervention of children, adolescents, adults and families. Dr. Freeman provides continuing education talks in the community and regularly presents his research at regional, national, and international conferences. As a young investigator, Dr. Freeman is finishing enrollment in his first study (and getting ready to launch a treatment trial. Additionally, he is actively pursuing external funding.

Harney, Megan
Private Practice

Jenkins, Melissa McKeown
Assistant Research Scientist
Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego
Child and Adolescent Services Research Center

Melissa M. Jenkins is an Assistant Research Scientist at Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego and the Child and Adolescent Services Research Center (CASRC). Her research focuses on couples and insomnia. To address frequent drop out and low adherence in the existing psychotherapy treatment for insomnia, she has developed Partner-Assisted Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia. This couple-based treatment (and manual) is now being tested internationally as part of a large RCT. She also has expertise in training and supervising clinicians. Specifically, she supervises couple therapists in the United Kingdom who are learning and implementing couple-based treatment for depression through the National Health Service (NHS). Further, she supervises therapists in Australia in couple-based treatment for insomnia. She has recently led an international workshop, training clinicians in an Australia-based study on partner-assisted cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia. Most recently, Melissa is serving as an Adjunct Professor at the University of San Diego, teaching a graduate level course, Counseling and Psychology: Theory and Practice, which emphasizes evidence-based practices. She also frequently provides guest lectures on evidence-based assessment and treatment approaches to medical students and psychiatry fellows, mental health professionals, and graduate and undergraduate students in the San Diego area.

Kincaid, Carlye Yates
Staff Psychologist
Silber Psychological Services

Carlye Kincaid, Ph.D., is a child and family psychologist who received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After completing her internship training at Duke University’s Medical Center, Dr. Kincaid joined Silber Psychological Services in 2012. Dr. Kincaid’s primary orientation is in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and she has advanced training in evidence-based treatments for children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral difficulties. Dr. Kincaid has training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and offers skills-based DBT groups for early adolescents with emotional regulation difficulties. Additionally, Dr. Kincaid supervises doctoral students in the application of evidence-based practices at Silber Psychological Services. Dr. Kincaid continues to collaborate on publications with her mentor, Deborah Jones, and other graduates of Deborah Jones’ lab.

Mahaffey, Brittain
Research Assistant Professor
Stony Brook University
Mind Body Clinical Research Center

Brittain Mahaffey PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist with expertise in the study and treatment of anxiety, mood, and stress disorders in individuals with co-occurring behavioral health concerns (i.e., tobacco use or co-occurring physical illness). She earned her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at the University of North Carolina (UNC), Chapel Hill, where she conducted research with Jonathan Abramowitz PhD on anxiety disorders. Dr. Mahaffey completed her clinical internship at Northport Veterans Affairs Medical Center and her postdoctoral fellowship in the psychiatry department at Stony Brook University. Currently Dr. Mahaffey is a Research Assistant Professor and operations manager at the Mind Body Clinical Research Center (MB-CRC) at Stony Brook University. In this role, she serves as the project director of a RCT aimed at investigating the efficacy of a mind-body stress management program for World Trade Center (WTC) responders with PTSD and respiratory disease. She is also a co-investigator on 3 other ongoing RCTs focused on resiliency training for disaster responders and the asynchronous delivery of behavioral treatments for astronauts on long duration missions. She has published over 15 peer-reviewed manuscripts, 5 book chapters, and given numerous conference presentations on anxiety and stress disorders. Beyond research, Dr. Mahaffey also serves as a clinician at the MBCRC where she provides evidence based treatment for individuals with mood and anxiety disorders as well as co-occurring physical health conditions. She also provides clinical supervisor for the Stony Brook psychology department’s internship program and offer seminars in evidence-based psychotherapies for residents in the psychiatry department.

Ratto, Allison Bassett
Clinical Psychologist, Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders
Children’s National Medical Center

Allison Ratto is a clinical psychologist at the Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders at Children’s National in Washington, DC, and also holds an appointment as an assistant professor at the George Washington University Medical Center. Dr. Ratto offers evidence-based assessment and treatment services for children with autism spectrum disorders and other developmental disabilities from 12 months of age through young adulthood. as part of her clinical work, Dr. Ratto regularly supervises graduate students in clinical psychology and post-doctoral fellows. Additionally, she is currently involved in an ongoing comparative effectiveness trial testing two evidence-based treatments for executive dysfunction in ASD and ADHD. For this trial, Dr. Ratto collaborated to adapt one of the treatments under investigation, as well as to translate several assessment tools into Spanish. She is involved in parent-training, case ascertainment, and data analysis and publication for this trial. She is also involved in ongoing research and development of a grant to study the experience of ASD among females. As part of her research work, Dr. Ratto also supervises undergraduate students for summer experiences and is currently serving as a dissertation adviser to a graduate clinical psychology student at American University. She has previously developed and taught an undergraduate course on Developmental Disabilities at the Catholic University of America and has offered community trainings on ASD.

Wheaton, Michael
Assistant Professor
Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology

Wheaton is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. He holds and MA and PhD from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He completed his internship training in clinical psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Prior to coming to Ferkauf Dr. Wheaton was a postdoctoral clinical researcher in the Anxiety Disorders Clinic at the New York State Psychiatric Institute. He is licensed as a psychologist in New York State. Dr. Wheaton’s research interests focus on the psychopathology and treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and OCD-related disorders, with a particular emphasis on hoarding disorder. He has been PI on research grants from the International Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Foundation and New York Presbyterian Hospital Youth Anxiety Center and has contributed to more than forty publications. His research program aims to explore the cognitive, behavioral, and neurobiological factors that contribute to OCD and related disorders. His teaching interests focus on quantitative research, statistics and data analysis.

Entering Class of 2006

Adelman, Caroline
Staff Therapist and Co-Director of the Child and Adolescent Anxiety Program
Northwestern University Family Institute

Caroline Browne Adelman is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychology at Northwestern University. In this role, she currently teaches and mentors graduate students within the Counseling Program at The Family Institute at Northwestern. In addition, Dr. Adelman is on staff at Near North Montessori School in Chicago, where she provides parent and teacher psychoeducational programming, student support services, and consultation/liaison services for the school community. Dr. Adelman is also the founder of Chicago Psychotherapy, LLC, a private clinical practice based in Chicago, IL. In her private practice, Dr. Adelman provides evidence-based clinical assessment and treatment to children, adolescents and adults, with an emphasis on exposure-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety Disorders. In addition, Dr. Adelman offers educational workshops for parents of anxious children. She offers similar workshops and trainings to school districts and other mental health professionals. Dr. Adelman has published book chapters and journal articles across a range of clinical topics, including anxiety disorders, childhood OCD, depression, peer relationships, non-suicidal self-injury and social construction.

Gibson, Clare Marks
Staff Psychologist at the Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Recovery Program
Veteran Affairs Maryland Healthcare System

Clare Marks Gibson is a staff psychologist at the Veterans Affairs Maryland Health Care System. Dr. Gibson provides evidence-based interventions in an outpatient psychosocial rehabilitation and recovery program for Veterans with serious mental illnesses (SMI). She is also involved in the provision of clinical supervision, coordination of care with other treatment programs, and program evaluation. Dr. Gibson is active in program evaluation and measuring the effectiveness of the psychosocial rehabilitation program. Dr. Gibson has also been involved in developing and implementing a stigma training for multidisciplinary teams; the training includes evidence informed tools on reducing stigma in mental health consumers. Dr. Gibson is active in training and supervision. She is the seminar coordinator for the VA and University of Maryland Psychology Internship Consortium. Dr. Gibson also initiated the SMI psychology didactic series at VA/UM ensuring that didactics include exposure to evidence based interventions for SMI. Since graduation, she has continued to publish and present her research, and served as an ad hoc reviewer on several journals.

Guerry, John
Assistant Professor in Clinical Psychology, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine
Psychologist, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Anxiety Behaviors Clinic

John Guerry, PhD, is a clinical psychologist at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and an Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology in Psychiatry at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Guerry specializes in the evidence-based evaluation and treatment of anxiety and related emotional difficulties. He has a particular clinical interest and expertise in working with populations of adolescents and young adults. Dr. Guerry’s research interests concentrate on adolescent anxiety, depression, suicidality, and shared mechanisms of emotion dysregulation. He is additionally interested in the development and dissemination of empirically supported treatments for child and adolescent mental health difficulties, particularly for emerging adult populations. For example, Dr. Guerry was selected by the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology and the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies to co-author a website,, to inform the general public and mental health professionals about empirically supported treatment options for child and adolescent mental health problems.

Irvin, Jasmine Hudepohl
Staff Psychologist
Main Street Clinical Associates

Jasmine T. Irvin is a private practitioner in Durham, NC. She provides evidence-based psychological services to individual adults and couples, with unique expertise in relationship issues, and issues relating to identity and transition. She is recognized as a therapeutic ally in the LBGTQ community. She also specializes in treating couples where one partner experiences a physical or mental health problem. She also has expertise in treating eating disorders, anxiety and depression. She utilizes the latest neuroscience research to inform incorporation of mindfulness techniques into her therapies. She regularly speaks with other mental health professionals about evidence-based practice as part of local consultation teams, and is currently working on writing a book about relationships. She also has published three peer-reviewed papers since graduation.

Martinez, Maria
Postdoctoral Fellow in Health Care Quality and Patient Outcomes Institutional Research
UNC Chapel Hill School of Nursing

Maria Martinez recently completed postdoctoral training that focused on improving access to and quality of mental health care at the Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research. Dr. Martinez also completed the prestigious Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) Fellowship and the University of North Carolina Maternal and Child Health Leadership Consortium Fellowship. As both a researcher and clinician, Dr. Martinez engages in scholarly research and conducts evidence-based assessment and therapy. As a co-investigator on several comparative effectiveness research studies, in combination with an interest in community based participatory research, Dr. Martinez is leading transdisciplinary research advancing evidence-based treatments for families with limited English proficiency backgrounds. For example, she is leading the development of an empirically based framework to increase engagement of recently immigrated Latino families in research. This aims to shorten the research-to-practice pipeline of evidence-based interventions for underserved communities. Through recent clinical training at the Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities Dr. Martinez developed expertise in evidence-based assessment and treatment of autism as well as common comorbidities. Dr. Martinez is also committed to training the future workforce. She often trains undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral trainees interested in conducting clinical research with vulnerable populations. Dr. Martinez presents at national conferences and is often invited to speak to interdisciplinary audiences and provide consultation.

Entering Class of 2005

Freeman, Megan Joseph
Psychologist at the Planning and Evaluation Unit
State of Nevada Division of Child and Family Services

Megan Freeman is a Licensed Psychologist at the State of Nevada Division of Child and Family Services. Dr. Freeman provides program evaluation, program development, quality assurance/quality improvement, clinical consultation services, and training in evidence-based practices to DCFS Children’s Mental Health, Juvenile Justice System, and Child Welfare Services. In her position with the state, Dr. Freeman has played a key role in developing many statewide policies for children, such as a plan for suicide postvention that will be disseminated to every school in the state of Nevada. Dr. Freeman has assisted in several grant applications to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Agency (SAMHSA), including a recently funded $11 million dollar grant to expand the system of care in Nevada. Dr. Freeman utilizes the latest scientific literature to inform policies and procedures for new and existing DCFS programs. Additionally, Dr. Freeman provides evidence-based clinical consultation and training in evidence-based practices to staff in allied mental health disciplines (e.g., Marriage and Family Therapy) who provide direct clinical services. In her role as a consultant to the state Children’s Mobile Crisis Response Team, Dr. Freeman accepts clinical psychology doctoral practicum students from the University of Nevada Las Vegas and mentors them in bringing an evidence-based lens to public service and high-risk assessment and treatment of children and adolescents

Irvin, Robert
Clinical Director of the Mental Health Access Center
Durham Veteran Affairs Medical Center

R. Brandon Irvin is the Clinical Director of the Mental Health Access Center within the Durham VAMC. In addition, is a staff psychologist for the Access Center and the Psychiatric Acute Recovery Center (PARC), which is the acute inpatient unit. He regularly supervises both practicum students and interns. He conducts in-services for the APA accredited internship program as well as the Duke affiliated psychiatry residency program. He conducts evidence-based psychotherapy and assessment in both locations as well.

Mintz, Sarah Uzenoff
Wake-Kendall Group, PLLC

Sarah Uzenoff Mintz is a psychologist in group practice with the Wake Kendall Group PLLC in Washington DC. During her graduate studies, Dr. Mintz pursued a program of research investigating psychological interventions for individuals with schizophrenia-spectrum disorders, as well as specialized treatment for individuals recovering from initial psychotic episodes. Her research on fostering recovery and well-being in first-episode psychosis has been published in peer-reviewed journals. She completed her clinical internship at Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, where she received intensive training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy through the hospital’s Adolescent Depression and Suicide Program. She then completed a postdoctoral fellowship in inpatient psychology at Saint Elizabeths Hospital in Washington, D.C.. There she provided direct patient services including evidence-based therapy and assessment (including violence risk assessment), and also provided supervision to externs in these areas and teaching to medical residents. Dr. Mintz’s practice with the Wake Kendall Group focuses on individual psychotherapy with adults and adolescents, and she serves as an individual and group therapist in the Wake Kendall Dialectical Behavior Therapy program. This program is adherent to the evidence-based model developed and researched by Linehan. As part of the Wake Kendall DBT team, she participates in weekly peer supervision, ongoing training and regular consultation with external DBT experts. She also serves as the DBT program coordinator.

Perry, Timothy
Staff Psychologist
Charlie Norwood Veteran Affairs Medical Center

Timothy Perry is a staff psychologist at the Charlie Norwood VAMC in Augusta, GA and clinical assistant professor at Augusta University. His psychological practice in the Trauma Recovery Clinic at the VA emphasizes evidence based treatments for PTSD and trauma-related disorders such as Cognitive Processing Therapy and Prolonged Exposure and also includes the provision of evidence based therapies to couples and families. Dr. Perry also serves as a clinical supervision for pre-doctoral psychology interns as part of the psychology training consortium program at the VA and Augusta University overseeing trainees engaged in clinical practice and research activities.

Rancourt, Diana
Assistant Professor in Psychology
University of South Florida

Diana Rancourt is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of South Florida. Her research broadly focuses on psychosocial factors that contribute to adolescents’ and young adults’ health risk behaviors. She is particularly interested in peers’ influence on weight-related behaviors. In addition to mentoring doctoral students in clinical psychology at USF, Dr. Rancourt teaches undergraduate and graduate courses, and runs a health psychology clinical supervision group for doctoral students. Both her graduate courses, Evidence-Based Assessment and Assessment and Treatment of Eating and Weight Disorders, and her clinical supervision group emphasize evidence-based approaches to clinical work.

Reba-Harrison, Lauren
Clinical Director, Fulton County Jail Competency Restoration Project
Forensic Psychologist, Emory University School of Medicine

Lauren Reba-Harrelson is a licensed psychologist who specializes in forensic mental health assessment, via her private practice in Atlanta, GA, and as an forensic psychological consultant with Park Dietz and Associates, Newport Beach, CA. In these roles, she serves as expert witness for the court, prosecution, and defense, addressing various psycho-legal issues in juvenile, civil, and criminal proceedings in the United States. As a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Medical University of South Carolina, and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Emory University School of Medicine, Dr. Reba-Harrelson teaches and supervises postdoctoral psychologists and psychiatrists completing forensic fellowships within each university’s psychiatry department. Regarding research, she is currently collaborating with a juvenile court to develop a trauma- and culturally- informed, alternative disposition program for justice-involved youth and families. In the past year, she has on juvenile adjudicative competency in a peer-reviewed journal, and authored three book chapters on various aspects of culture and mental health in the justice system (in press, SAGE publishers). Dr. Reba-Harrelson serves on the editorial board of the Open Journal of Forensic Psychology, and is presently Chair of the American Psychology and Law Society (American Psychological Association, Division 41) Early Career Professionals Committee. She lives in Decatur, GA with her partner Paul, and their twin boys.

Sterrett-Hong, Emma
Assistant Professor
Director of the Couple and Family Therapy Progarm
University of Louisville

Emma Sterrett-Hong is the director of a Couple and Family Therapy (CFT) program in a school of social work. She oversees the training of masters level social work/couple and family therapy clinicians in evidence-based individual and family therapy. For four years she taught a course entitled “Family Assessment and Treatment with Diverse Populations,” in which she emphasized the use of evidence-based treatments through didactic activities, readings, and assignments. In her role as Director, she includes attention to evidence-based treatments throughout the CFT curriculum. She also directly supervises students in the use of evidence-based family and individual treatments. Dr. Sterrett-Hong also publishes regularly, including in the area of dissemination and implementation of evidence-based practices.

Entering Class of 2004

Johnson, David
Therapist and Co-Owner
Ogden Center for Change

David Johnson is the co-owner of Ogden Center for Change, a small private practice in Ogden, Utah. He offers evidence-based treatments for issues such as trauma, anxiety, mood, and substance use in individual and couple modalities. Dr. Johnson conducts presentations at local professional conferences to disseminate knowledge about the latest scientific evidence on the treatment of PTSD and anxiety disorders. Dr. Johnson also offers supervision of master’s level clinicians who are applying cognitive-behavioral principles as they pursue licensure.

Pukay-Martin, Nicole
Clinical Psychologist at the Trauma Recovery Center
Cincinnati Veteran Affairs Medical Center

Nicole Pukay-Martin is a staff psychologist in the Trauma Recovery Center at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center. She offers evidence-based therapies for veterans who have been diagnosed with PTSD, including Cognitive Processing Therapy, Prolonged Exposure, Present-Centered Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Conjoint Therapy for PTSD, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia + nightmare rescripting. She also offers evidence-based assessment for PTSD and other mental health disorders. She regularly provides research and clinical supervision in evidence-based practice to interns and postdoctoral fellows. She is currently a therapist on two randomized controlled trials investigating different treatments for PTSD. She also has been collecting clinical program data related to CBCT for PTSD in the clinic, as well as telehealth treatment data.

Stonerock, Gregory
Assistant Professor
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Duke University School of Medicine

Gregory L. Stonerock is a clinical psychologist at Duke University Medical Center. He provides empirically-supported psychosocial assessment and intervention among individuals seeking solid organ transplantation, as well as transplant recipients and interested living organ donors. Since January 2014, he has served as a psychology liaison to DUMC Advanced Heart Failure/Cardiac Transplantation team, assisting in decisions about transplant listing and treatment planning pertaining to psychosocial variables. As part of providing psychosocial assessments for transplant candidacy, Dr. Stonerock routinely uses empirically-supported assessment methods and instruments for mood, anxiety, social support, coping, medical adherence, and cognition. In addition, he provides evidence-based psychotherapy services for transplant candidates and recipients. He has also provided research-based presentations for continuing education for multidisciplinary audiences in transplantation, including social workers and transplant nurse coordinators. Dr. Stonerock also provided supervision for research, evaluation, and cognitive-behavioral therapy approaches for a postdoctoral psychology internship during 2013-2014.

Entering Class of 2003

Agranovich, Anna
Rehabilitation Neuropsychologist
Adventist Rehabilitation Hospital of Maryland

Anna V. Agranovich, PhD, ABPP is a Maryland and DC- licensed clinical psychologist and is Board-Certified in Rehabilitation Psychology. As a rehabilitation neuropsychologist at MedStar National Rehabilitation Network, she offers outpatient neuropsychological evaluation and intervention services to adults with neurocognitive dysfunctions due to brain injury, cardiovascular events, neurodegenerative disorders, and other complex medical condition. Her holistic approach to rehabilitation incorporates positive psychology and practice of mindfulness to facilitate community re-integration and active life participation. Dr. Agranovich received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill after earning a combined Bachelor’s/Master’s degree in clinical psychology/neuropsychology from the Moscow State University in Russia, and a Master’s Degree in Psychology from the University of North Carolina-Wilmington. She completed her residency in adult neuropsychology at UNC-Chapel Hill Medical Center and a 2-year post-doctoral fellowship at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, with specialization in Rehabilitation Neuropsychology. Prior to joining MedStar NRN, Dr. Agranovich was part of the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation group at the Adventist HealthCare Rehabilitation Hospital, where she offered both inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation neuropsychology services and lead inpatient Acquired Brain Injury program along with the busy outpatient practice. She believes in close collaboration among rehabilitations specialists and maintains close contact with other providers involved in the care of her patients to facilitate treatment progress. She conducted extensive research investigating cultural influences on psychological test performance and has written book chapters and manuscripts on cultural differences in neuropsychological performance. Dr. Agranovich is bilingual in English and Russian and has been consulting in international clinical trials and contributed to adaptation of neuropsychological tests for Russian speakers. She also has consulted on many forensic cases involving culturally-sensitive evaluations and is often called to provide expert opinion as part of independent medical evaluations and/or civil and criminal cases. Since 2000, Dr. Agranovich has been a member of the American Psychological Association, including the divisions of Rehabilitation Psychology, Clinical Neuropsychology, and International Psychology, as well as the National Academy of Neuropsychology and Maryland Psychological Association. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Brain Injury Association of Maryland.

Aldridge, William
Implementation Specialist at the National Implementation Research Network
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

William A. Aldridge II, PhD, is an Advanced Implementation Scientist at FPG. He is also on the Board of Directors of the National Prevention Science Coalition to Improve Lives. Will’s work includes intensive technical assistance and evaluation research on the active implementation and scaling-up of evidence-based prevention and wellbeing strategies in community settings and state, regional, and national service systems. Will is Principal Investigator on the North Carolina Implementation Capacity for Triple P project and provides active implementation support to the California child welfare system through the California Partners for Permanency project. Between 2012 and 2015, Will was a member of the National Implementation Research Network (NIRN) at FPG. His work at NIRN included involvement with the State Implementation and Scaling-up of Evidence-based Practices (SISEP) Center, the Global Implementation Initiative, and two implementation projects in Canada. Before joining NIRN, Will was a Center Scientist at the University of South Carolina’s Parenting & Family Research Center, where he continues to associate as a Collaborating Scientist. From 2009-2012, Will was a member of the Promise Neighborhoods Research Consortium, an NIH-funded national consortium of prevention scientists that collectively assisted high-poverty neighborhoods translate existing knowledge into widespread, multiple improvements in community wellbeing. Will received his PhD in clinical psychology from UNC-Chapel Hill in 2009. He completed his clinical internship at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Medical Center and the Birmingham VA Medical Center. Will is a Licensed Psychologist (#4504) in the State of North Carolina and is an active member of the American Psychological Association (APA) and the Society for Prevention Research (SPR).

Johnson, Amy Wallace
AHB Psychological Services

Amy L. Johnson, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in working with children, adolescents, couples, and families. Dr. Johnson’s professional interests include clinical training and supervision, community mental health, multicultural psychology, and family systems. She is currently an Adjunct Professor at Liberty University. Courses she has taught include Abnormal Psychology, Competent Christian Counseling, Diversity and Mental Health, Issues in Human Sexuality, and Introduction to Counseling and Psychotherapy. Clinically, her primary appointments are as director in a general private psychology practice and a consultant for a forensic agency providing evaluations for public safety. Further, Dr. Johnson provides individual and group psychotherapy, parent training, psychological evaluations and assessments, as well as consultation to schools, medical facilities and related agencies. She approaches assessment and treatment from a strength-based perspective, often relying heavily on a systems approach. She also approaches treatment from a variety of psychological orientations based on her clients’ needs, including the integration of spirituality.

Judge, Abigail
Staff Psychologist at the Children and the Law Program
Massachusetts General Hospital

Abigail M. Judge is a clinical and child and family forensic psychologist. Dr. Judge maintains a private practice in Cambridge, MA, is a Forensic Consultant at the Law and Psychiatry Service at the Massachusetts General Hospital and she holds an academic appointment at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Judge provides psychotherapy, consultation, forensic evaluation, expert witness testimony and reunification intervention. Dr. Judge publishes on topics at the interface of adolescent development and the legal system, including youth-produced sexual images (“sexting”), domestic minor sex trafficking and family treatment following high conflict divorce. She co-edited the book, Adolescent Sexual Behavior in the Digital Age: Considerations for Clinicians, Legal Professionals and Educators, published by Oxford University Press in 2014. Her second book, Overcoming Parent-Child Contact Problems: Family-Based Interventions for Resistance, Rejection, and Alienation is forthcoming from Oxford University Press in late 2016. Dr. Judge presents at the local and national level on topics related to her scholarship and clinical specialization.

Entering Class of 2002

Coffey, Kimberly
Data Scientist/Predictive Analyst

Kimberly Coffey owns and operates her own data science consultancy, with both national and international clients. She uses cutting-edge statistical and machine learning tools to assist her clients with operational challenges ranging from predicting and minimizing customer attrition to automating data-driven product recommendations. Her work has greatly improved the efficiency of her clients’ businesses and helped them achieve ambitious financial goals. She was recently invited to join a new, Big Data services enterprise as a Founding Partner and Principal Data Scientist. Prior to launching her own business, Kimberly served as research faculty in the Psychology department at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill. She writes a blog about coding in the open-source statistical software program “R”.

Gadol, Eric
Private Practice

Eric N. Gadol is a private practitioner in Durham, NC, offering DBT, ACT, and other evidence-based treatments. He provides individual and couples therapy, and he co-leads a DBT skills group. He is also Director of Teams and Groups for Triangle Area DBT (TADBiT), and he leads two DBT training teams for therapists. Dr. Gadol has offered other trainings in DBT as well, including two-day introductory workshops for therapists and training in behavioral chain analysis. Dr. Gadol has also given presentations to professional groups on self-compassion, interpersonal effectiveness, and validation, drawing on research literature for skillful living.

Kanagy, Carolyn
Meridian Psychiatric Partners

Carolyn Kanagy is a practitioner with a group in Chicago composed of psychologists, social workers, and psychiatrists. She works with the general adult population and specializes in the treatment of a range of anxiety disorders including GAD, panic disorder, PTSD, social anxiety, and OCD. Her approach draws primarily on evidence based practices and is increasingly informed by mindfulness based techniques.

Moore, Monique
Research Psychologist
Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury

Monique Moore divides her time between private practice and consulting for the Defense Centers of Excellence (DCoE). As a consultant, Dr. Moore assists with tracking a range of resilience and prevention initiatives and programs across the Department of Defense and advises DoD leadership on ways to enhance resilience and psychological health related policies and programs across the US military. Dr. Moore holds an MA in Communications, Culture, and Technology from Georgetown University and earned her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Dr. Moore has experience providing clinical counseling to veterans from across the Services through current clinical work as a private practitioner as well as work at the Washington, DC Veterans Affairs Hospital and via her internship at the Hunter Holmes McGuire Veteran Affairs Center in Richmond, VA. Before DCoE and private practice, Dr. Moore worked at the Walter Reed Army Institute where she helped develop and test resilience training programs which were disseminated Army-wide.

Roberts, David
Assistant Professor
University of Texas Health Science Center

David Roberts develops, studies, implements, teaches and disseminates psychosocial interventions for mental illness. He is the lead developer of Social Cognition and Interaction Training (SCIT), which is designed to improve social functioning by way of improved social interaction among people with serious mental illness. SCIT has been the subject of over 25 peer-reviewed publications and has been implemented in 11 countries. The SCIT treatment manual is published in Oxford University Press’s prestigious “Treatments that Work” series and has been translated into eight languages. Roberts has trained hundreds of clinicians and researchers in the US and abroad to implement SCIT in routine clinical settings and as part of clinical research projects. He donates consultation fees for this work to UTHSCSA and uses the funds to support training and clinical research initiatives in San Antonio. At UTHSCSA, he is active in teaching psychosocial treatment, community mental health, and psychopathology to psychiatry and psychology residents. He oversees an interdisciplinary training curriculum at the Department of Psychiatry’s Transitional Care Clinic (TCC). Each year, nearly twenty trainees from seven disciplines and four affiliated universities train at the TCC. He is also Clinical Director of the TCC, which provides post-hospitalization medication, psychotherapy and social work services for 100 new patients each month. Since taking on this role in 2014, he has expanded TCC clinical services to include three long-term programs with staff and trainees providing specialty care in the areas of early psychosis, psychological trauma, and chronic psychosis. He regularly mentors graduate and post-graduate students locally, as well as international students who visit UTHSCSA to train with him on topics in social cognition and psychosocial treatment delivery. To meet the mental health needs of the San Antonio community, he leads a patient-centered treatment development initiative in which he uses patient and community stakeholder input to develop clinical models and funding opportunities for clinical service expansion. He also serves the university through active participation on the UTHSCSA IRB committee and other committees.

Salib, Brea Stratton
Staff Psychologist
Durham Veteran Affairs Medical Center

Brea Salib is a staff psychologist at the Durham VA Medical Center. She provides psychology services in the VA’s long term care and rehabilitation facility (Durham VA Community Living Center) and Home Based Primary Care program. Her role includes providing empirically validated psychology services (individual psychotherapy, cognitive assessments, and behavioral interventions for dementia-related behaviors) to older adults. She also offers consultative psychology services to an interdisciplinary team of medical providers, nursing staff, and other allied health professionals. She supervises psychology interns on the Rehabilitation/Geropsychology training rotation. She also collaborates in the development and national implementation of an interdisciplinary intervention for dementia-related challenging behaviors in VA long term care facilities, where her duties have included program evaluation, training in empirically-supported approaches, and dissemination of best practices.

Shook, Sarah Foster
Staff Psychologist
Triangle Center for Behavioral Health

Sarah Shook is a licensed psychologist in private practice in Durham, NC. She provides evidence-based assessment and therapy services to children, adults, families, and couples. Dr. Shook specializes in diagnosing and treating attention deficit disorders, anxiety, and depression across the lifespan. She actively participates in continuing education through her involvement with the American Psychological Association and the North Carolina Psychological Association. Prior to opening her private practice, Dr. Shook was a Postdoctoral Fellow, and later, an Assistant Professor in the ADHD Program at Duke University Medical Center. While there, she provided patient care, supervised the clinical activities of psychology graduate students and interns, and served as a clinician on several clinical trials for pharmaceutical and behavioral therapies for ADHD.

Thomas, Jennifer Manning
Cardinal Innovations Healthcare

Jennifer Thomas holds a psychologist position in the Clinical Operations department of Cardinal Innovations Healthcare. At Cardinal, Dr.Thomas contributes to the clinical leadership of the organization and community it serves. She directs staffings with care managers and clinicians and provides consultation on complex clinical cases. Her consultation services are primarily based on providing reviews and recommendations for evidence-based practice for the diagnosis and treatment of behavioral health disorders. She also assists with the utilization review process and utilization management for eligibility determination for services. Dr. Thomas recently served as an adjunct faculty member at NC A&T State University, where she was responsible for the oversight of clinical services conducted in a community-based clinic with a mission to provide evidence-based behavioral health services. She also developed and implemented a graduate-level course for using evidence-based, trauma-informed practices for identifying and providing treatment for various trauma responses across special populations.

Zalot, Alecia
Staff Psychologist
San Antonio State Hospital

Alecia A. Zalot, Ph.D. is a staff psychologist on an adolescent inpatient unit at San Antonio State Hospital in San Antonio, TX. Her work involves providing evidence-based individual, family and group psychotherapies, crisis intervention, programming development and implementation, psychological assessment, and supervision of predoctoral psychology interns. Dr. Zalot also serves as volunteer adjunct faculty in the Psychiatry Department at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. In this role, she has provided clinical supervision and taught courses on clinical interviewing and mental status examination skills.

Entering Class of 2001

Coture, Shannon
Assistant Professor in Psychology
Director of Psychology Services Center, University of Southern California

Shannon Couture is the Director of the Psychology Services Center at the University of Southern California. She is actively involved in the training and supervision of Ph.D. Clinical Science students at USC. She provides instruction and supervision on evidence-based practices in her didactic-practicum entitled “Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Depression and Anxiety in Adults”, based in part on what she learned as a Beck Scholar with the Beck Institute in Philadelphia. Students in her didactic-practicum learn to become clinical scientists within their practice by utilizing evidence-based measures for outcome monitoring and a cognitive-behavioral framework for case conceptualization. Dr. Couture also teaches an undergraduate course on Abnormal Psychology, where she exposes undergraduates to the latest research in psychopathology. As director of a training clinic, Dr. Couture emphasizes the importance of ethical practice, evidence-based practices and supervision, and regular monitoring of clinical cases. She is also serving on APA’s Continuing Education Committee, is an officer in the Association for Psychology Training Clinics, and is a Consultant to Division II (Training and Education) of the California Psychology Association.

Gordon, Cameron
Associate Professor in Psychology
Middle Tennessee State University

Cameron Gordon is an Associate Professor in the Psychology Department at Middle Tennessee State University. He also offers empirically supported psychological services to adults and families through his private practice. Dr. Gordon runs a productive research lab aimed at exploring the intersection of positive psychology and romantic relationships. His work is regularly published in peer reviewed scholarly journals and he has served on the Editorial Board for the Journal of Family Psychology (the gold standard APA journal in his field) for the past 5 years. His research has also frequently garnered attention in a variety of national and international media outlets. Dr. Gordon teaches a wide variety of courses from introductory level psychology to advanced graduate courses on intimate relationships and they are all heavily based on scientific methods and evidence. Dr. Gordon also frequently disseminates current scientific advances to the community through invited presentations on a wide variety of topics related to relational and individual well-being.

Heilbron, Nicole
Assistant Professor and Associate Director at the Division of Child and Family Mental Health
Duke University School of Medicine

Nicole Heilbron is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Duke University School of Medicine. Additionally, she is a Research Assistant Professor in the Psychology Department at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Faculty Advisor for the Center for Developmental Science. At Duke, Dr. Heilbron currently serves as the Associate Chief of the Division of Child and Family Mental Health and Developmental Neuroscience and the Director of Child and Family Psychiatry Clinical Services in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. In these roles, Dr. Heilbron leads a team charged with integrating pediatric mental health services across the Duke University Health System and through several community outreach initiatives. As a clinical supervisor, Dr. Heilbron is involved in training and supervision of psychology interns, externs, and postdoctoral fellows, as well as psychiatry residents and child psychiatry fellows across four clinical rotations (i.e., mood/anxiety disorders, substance use disorders, autism, and gender care clinic). Dr. Heilbron’s primary research interests include the influence of family processes and peer experiences on the emergence and maintenance of adolescent suicidal and self-harming behaviors. She has published articles on the effects of peer experiences (i.e., peer influence, friendship, victimization) on adolescent adjustment, family-based intervention for suicidal adolescents, and functional models of nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI). Dr. Heilbron is the co-founder (along with Dr. Roger Mills-Koonce) of the Center for Diverse Family Studies (CDFS). As part of this initiative, she is exploring cultural competencies for clinical work with members of the LGBTQ community and school-based interventions for peer-to-peer harassment related to sexual orientation and gender identity.

McNiel, Jesse Murray
Staff Psychologist
Durham Veteran Affairs Medical Center

Murray McNiel is a staff psychologist at the Durham VA Medical Center and Medical Instructor in the Duke University Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences. He participates in clinical teaching and supervision, direct clinical practice, administration, and research. In terms of clinical teaching, he serves as co-director of an interdisciplinary fellowship program on providing recovery-oriented services for serious mental illness and substance use disorders. Disciplines represented include psychology, psychiatry, social work, occupational therapy, and chaplaincy. Additionally, he supervises psychology interns and is the practicum coordinator. Clinical focus in terms of both clinical teaching and direct service is on addictions, including motivational approaches and cognitive-behavioral change-based interventions. He has served as a national consultant for the VA roll-out of CBT-SUD, an evidence-based practice for substance use disorders. He is also the Smoking Cessation Lead Clinician for the facility, serving as clinical director of the tobacco cessation clinic and disseminating best practices across the medical center. Research involvement has included on brief interventions for substance use disorders and evidence-based interventions for tobacco cessation in veterans.

McRae, Michael
Psychologist, Star View Children and Family Services
Adjunct Professor, Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology

Mosconi, Matthew
Associate Professor in Psychiatry, Psychology, and Pediatrics
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Matt Mosconi is an Associate Professor in the Schiefelbusch Institute for Life Span Studies and Clinical Child Psychology Program at the University of Kansas (KU), and Director of Clinical/Translational Research for the Kansas Center for Autism Research and Training (K-CART). The majority of his effort is dedicated to research activities (67% FTE), including running an independent research program focused on brain-behavior linkages in autism and related disorders. Dr. Mosconi’s research has been funded by NIH (NIMH, NICHD, NINDS), the Department of Defense, Autism Speaks, the Phelan-McDermid Syndrome Foundation, and several other private agencies. It also has been published in multiple high-impact journals, including JAMA Psychiatry, The Journal of Neuroscience, Translational Psychiatry, Psychological Medicine, Human Brain Mapping, Molecular Autism, NeuroImage, Biological Psychiatry and the Journal of Neurophysiology. Dr. Mosconi has held multiple leadership positions, such as serving as meeting chair for the annual Phelan-McDermid Syndrome Foundation and Chair of the Sensorimotor Division of the International Meeting for Autism Research. He has earned multiple awards, including the 2014 Young Investigator Award from leading autism research group, the International Society for Autism Research (INSAR). In his role as Director of Clinical/Translational Research at K-CART, Dr. Mosconi oversees a broad portfolio of externally funded research studies involving faculty and trainees ranging from clinical psychology doctoral students to postdoctoral fellows to medical fellows and junior faculty. He teaches one course each semester for the KU Clinical Child Psychology Program and supervises a clinical practicum focused on neurodevelopmental disorders in children. He is a licensed clinical psychologist with established research reliability on each of the gold-standard measures for diagnosing autism: the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS) and the Autism Diagnostic Interview (ADI).

Pressel, Abigail
Chapel Hill Pediatric Psychology

Abigail Pressel is a licensed psychologist and graduate of Yale University and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she received her doctorate in clinical psychology. Dr. Pressel conducts therapy and assessments with children, adolescents, young adults, and their families. Her expertise includes adjustment to separation and divorce, anxiety, depression, school stress, and interpersonal relationships. She uses cognitive-behavioral techniques to help clients identify the thinking patterns and behaviors that can lead to positive change, with an understanding of the many ways clients interact with their families and broader communities. As a diagnostic evaluator, Dr. Pressel investigates for the presence of learning disabilities, ADHD, and other psychological disorders as well as for early kindergarten and academically gifted school placements. She conducts classroom observations and works with teachers, parents, and other professionals to develop educational plans to help children and adolescents reach their academic potential. With college students and young adults, Dr. Pressel works in a range of areas, including psychological adjustment, life stage issues, goal setting, and interpersonal relationships. She also counsels couples and is trained in research-based cognitive-behavioral couples therapy. Dr. Pressel previously served as a clinical asst professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and is a member of the North Carolina Psychological Association.

Singer, Amanda
Postdoctoral Fellow
Duke University Counseling and Psychological Services

Stein, Gabrielas Livas
Associate Professor in Psychology
University of North Carolina Greensboro

Gabriela Livas Stein is an Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology at University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Her research attempts to identify individual, familial, and cultural processes that place youth at risk for maladaptive psychological and educational outcomes. Complementarily, it also seeks to understand the individual, familial, and cultural processes that serve to promote positive development and mitigate risk. She serves as the Chair of the Latino Caucus for the Society for Research in Child Development, and on the editorial boards of Developmental Psychology, Journal of Latina/o Psychology, and Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology.

Entering Class of 2000

Chen, Cory
Director of Psychotherapy Research and Development
New York Harbor Veteran Affairs Healthcare System

Cory K. Chen is the Director of the Psychotherapy Research and Development Program at the VA NY Harbor Healthcare System – Manhattan (Manhattan VA) and an Assistant Clinical Professor in the NYU Dept. of Psychiatry. He completed postdoctoral psychoanalytic training at the William Alanson White Institute. Dr. Chen is a VA Career Development Award recipient as well as having received funding from the VA Office of Geriatrics and Extended Care, the American Psychoanalytic Institute, and the International Psychoanalytic Institute. His research focuses on identifying predictors of psychotherapy treatment non-response and the development and testing of interventions for non-responders. He is particularly interested in the development and evaluation of short term psychodynamic psychotherapies for patients who do not respond to behavioral interventions for depression and PTSD. Dr. Chen is currently PI on five active treatment outcome studies. Dr. Chen is also the Coordinator of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Training for the Manhattan VA’s externship, internship, and postdoctoral fellowship program. He is also the Co-coordinator of the Advanced CBT Elective for the NYU Psychiatry Program for which he received the Robert Cancro Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2016. He has published 11 peer reviewed articles, 7 book chapters, and regularly presents at regional, national, and international conferences. He also serves on the DBT team at the Manhattan VA and has served on its IRB and ethics consultation service.

Mahoney, David
Private Practice

David Mahoney is in private practice in Maryland and uses evidence based techniques with children, adolescents and adults.

Maurin, Elana
Associate Professor
American School of Professional Psychology

Elana Maurin is an Associate Professor in the Clinical Psychology Program at the American School of Professional Psychology in Arlington, VA where she teaches classes in the area of Integrated Primary Care, Cognitive Assessment, and Personality Assessment. She received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at the University of Miami’s Mailman Center for Child Development and a postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine at the University of Utah. Dr. Maurin also earned an M.H.S. in Maternal and Child Health from the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health in 2000. Prior to coming to ASPP, Dr. Maurin taught as an adjunct faculty member at George Mason University. Dr. Maurin’s research and clinical expertise is in the area of health psychology, with a particular emphasis on integrated primary care. She has presented on this topic both nationally and internationally. In addition to training students and professionals in this area, she and her students are also conducting research on such topics as ethnic identity as a predictor of weight loss following bariatric surgery, assessment of risk as a predictor of preventive surgeries in BRCA mutation carriers, and post-traumatic growth in female veterans.

Peterman, Michael
RHR International

Michael Peterman joined RHR International in 2014 and is a partner in the Atlanta office. He designs and implements customized processes that assist senior executives in developing skill sets and behaviors, accelerating their upward movement in the talent pipeline, and transitioning effectively into positions of increasing responsibility. His experience as an internal business leader, combined with his expertise in psychology, makes Michael uniquely qualified to support organizations with senior talent acquisition, leadership development, and succession planning.

Pinkham, Amy
Associate Professor
University of Texas at Dallas

Amy Pinkham is Associate Professor in the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences at The University of Texas at Dallas. Her research examines social cognitive processing in individuals with schizophrenia and other neurodevelopmental disorders. She is currently co-PI on a large, federally funded grant that aims to identify and psychometrically evaluate the best measures of social cognition so that these measures may be used in clinical trials seeking to improve social cognitive functioning. She is also Co-I on another federally funded grant that will compare the social cognitive profiles of adults with autism to those with schizophrenia. Dr. Pinkham regularly teaches undergraduate courses in Abnormal Psychology and Research Methods. Her Abnormal Psychology course emphasizes empirically supported intervention strategies and teaches students how novel treatments are tested for efficacy. Dr. Pinkham also regularly teaches a graduate course in Research Methods and Design that includes lectures on assessment and evaluation of interventions.

Sacks, Matthew
Assistant Director
Center for Deployment Psychology at Andrews Air Force Base

Matthew Sacks, Ph.D. serves as the Assistant Director of Online Programs at the Center for Deployment Psychology, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. The Center for Deployment Psychology trains military and civilian behavioral health professionals to provide high-quality, culturally-sensitive, evidence-based behavioral health services to military personnel, veterans and their families. As the Assistant Director of Online Programs, Dr. Sacks assists in the dissemination and instruction of evidence based psychotherapies for use with military populations utilizing web based training platforms such as Adobe Connect and Second Life. Dr. Sacks also provides in person instruction for active duty military and civilian mental health providers in the use of CBT for Depression in military populations. His professional interests include military psychology, the assessment and treatment of anxiety and depression, mindfulness, resiliency and performance enhancement.

Entering Class of 1999

Fredman, Steffany
Assistant Professor in Human Development and Family Studies
Pennsylvania State University

Steffany J. Fredman, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies at the Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Fredman pursued her doctoral training at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she was awarded the Martin S. Wallach Award as Outstanding Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology. She later completed specialized postdoctoral training at the Women’s Health Sciences Division of the VA National Center for PTSD, followed by three years as a staff psychologist at the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Psychiatry and Instructor in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Fredman studies the intersection between individual psychopathology and couple/family functioning, with a focus on posttraumatic stress disorder. She has published numerous scholarly articles on this topic, including papers in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology and the Journal of the American Medical Association. Dr. Fredman is the co-developer of cognitive-behavioral conjoint therapy for posttraumatic stress disorder (CBCT for PTSD; Monson & Fredman, 2012), an empirically supported couple-based therapy for PTSD that has demonstrated improvements in PTSD and comorbid conditions (depression, anxiety, anger), relationship adjustment, and partner psychological distress in both veteran and civilian samples. Dr. Fredman currently serves as Principal Investigator of a $450,000 Department of Defense- and Department of Veterans Affairs-funded study testing a multi-couple group version of CBCT for PTSD in which the therapy is delivered in an accelerated format in a weekend retreat. She is also the co-lead trainer and consultant for the VA Central Office’s national effort to disseminate and implement CBCT for PTSD within the VA.

Galloway, Christopher
Staff Psychologist
San Francisco Veteran Affairs Medical Center

Christopher A. Galloway directs both the Intensive Outpatient Program and Substance Use Transitions Program within the Addiction Recovery Treatment Services unit of the San Francisco Veterans Administration Medical Center (SFVAMC). In this role, he has developed an evidence-based service program that offers Motivational Interviewing and Harm Reduction interventions on a group and individual basis to Veterans in the Mental Health Service intake clinic, other non-SUD MHS clinics, Primary Care, Infectious Diseases Clinic, and the Community Living Center (a nursing home setting). He also serves as the lead coordinator for the Sierra-pacific VA integrated Services Network SUD Programs in which he facilitates programming across 6 regional medical centers to address concerns of sites and disseminate information including championing of evidence based practices and measurement based care. In addition, he is a Health Sciences Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of California, San Francisco where he offers training and supervision in evidence-based programs for Clinical Psychology Postdoctoral Fellows, Clinical Psychology Predoctoral Interns, Psychiatry Residents, Medical Students, Nurse Practitioner Residents, and Nursing Students. Finally, he is also engaged in direct service delivery as a staff psychologist at the SFVAMC and in his private practice where he offers a range of evidence-based psychological services to for adults struggling with substance use problems and addictions.

Hersh, Matthew
Private Practice

Matt Hersh, PhD is in full-time private practice in the Boston metro area. He works with children, teens, emerging adults, and adults who present with a large range of anxiety disorders and related difficulties. Dr. Hersh utilizes an integrative and evidence-based approach that incorporates the principles and practices from cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and energy psychology. Dr. Hersh is also a consulting teacher within the Koru Mindfulness program at Harvard University, specializing in small group facilitation of mindfulness-based stress reduction. Upon licensure in 2009, Dr. Hersh began supervising undergraduates and post-doctoral fellows at Boston University on evidence-based anxiety disorder treatment. At that time, Dr. Hersh also engaged in research on mindfulness-based parenting for child anxiety disorders within a K award application. Just after beginning his private practice, Dr. Hersh also started publishing scholarly articles on psychologist ethics and self-care with colleagues from UNC-CH (Erica Wise, PhD and Clare Marks Gibson, PhD). From this work on practitioner self-care, Dr. Hersh founded The Thriving Therapist (, an online home for inspiration, motivation, and continuing education for mental health professionals’ self-care, wellness, and burnout prevention. The Thriving Therapist draws upon the latest research in neuroscience, mindfulness, positive psychology, and mind-body practices.

Reavis, Shaye Benton
Clinical Psychologist

Shaye Reavis received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology in 2007. In graduate school, she was trained in a variety of therapy approaches for both children and adult populations, research methods, and teaching at the undergraduate level. She spent the last portion of her graduate school years participating in the development of a measure, the “First-Year-Inventory”, which is a parent-report measure for infants ideally used at a child’s 12-month pediatric visit. This measure highlights multiple areas of development, and provides an overall score based on parent-report of “red flag” symptoms that have been shown to be early precursors of pervasive developmental disorders. Dr. Reavis used this measure to recruit a sample of at-risk infants and proceeded to study overall communication and social patterns of development in these children. Dr. Reavis trained during her predoctoral internship year at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. Through this placement, she worked at Texas Children’s Hospital as a clinical psychology intern, conducting outpatient individual therapy, skills-based group therapy, neuropsychological and psychological assessment. She also worked in the Department of Psychiatry at Baylor College of Medicine conducting adult therapy and assessment with a variety of populations. Following her graduate from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Dr. Reavis worked for a year with Bonnie Brookshire, Ph.D., a private-practice neuropsychologist in the Houston area, conducting pediatric neuropsychological assessments and generating reports, including those making recommendations for teens requesting extended time on the SAT due to attention difficulties. Her previous, exhaustive literature search regarding autism symptoms in infants was used in a legal case by Dr. Brookshire, who was called as an independent expert witness in a case involving autism and the MMR vaccine. Dr. Reavis has taken time off since 2008 to raise her three children. She is currently involved in a university-model classical school in Houston which focuses on training children in the liberal arts. In this educational model, children attend school two days a week and work from home three days a week, using a lesson plan generated by the school. All work is assigned and graded by the formal teachers, but Dr. Reavis works at home with her children in teaching, projects, and a variety of other school-based activities. Her interests have expanded to include the influence of children’s literature and educational curriculum on child development and school success, and she is currently involved in some writing projects related to the classical model of education and how it relates to neuropsychological development in young children.

Stanton, Susan
Staff Psychologist
Hefner Veteran Affairs Medical Center

Susan Stanton is a Staff Psychologist at a large VA Medical Center in North Carolina. As coordinator for interdisciplinary treatment team, Dr. Stanton implements recovery-oriented, evidence-based treatment offerings and comprehensive mental health treatment planning with veterans. As local coordinator for evidence-based psychotherapy, Dr. Stanton participates in VA initiatives to train and implement evidence-based treatments such as CPT, ACT, and CBT at the local level. Dr. Stanton brings clinical science to co-facilitation of the Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy (MCFT) rotation for psychology interns through didactic series on evidence-based couple therapy and their application to clinical cases. Dr. Stanton provides other evidence-based presentations to staff and interns on Exposure and Response Prevention, CBT for Chronic pain, and IPT for Depression. She regularly uses evidence-based treatments in clinical work with veterans.

Waldheter, Evan
Staff Psychologist
MIT Mental Health and Counseling Service

Evan Waldheter is a licensed psychologist at the MIT Mental Health & Counseling Service in Cambridge, MA. He offers evidence-based psychological services to MIT students, and has a specialization in the treatment of severe mental illness and emerging mental illness in young adults. At MIT, he coordinates and supervises in the predoctoral psychology training program, where he teaches evidenced based practices and a variety of integrative approaches to psychotherapy. He also provides periodic professional trainings on cognitive behavioral therapy for psychosis and “emerging adulthood,” drawing on recent empirical findings.

Warren-Faricy, Lauren Half
Outpatient Neuropsychologist
State University of New York Upstate

Lauren H. Warren-Faricy is an outpatient neuropsychologist at SUNY Upstate in Syracuse, NY. She provides outpatients neuropsychological assessment to adult patients, with a particular interest and expertise in mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and dementia. She also provides empirically-based treatment sessions to help patients with MCI, as well as their families, deal with memory loss. Additionally, she instructs neurology residents regarding neuropsychological assessment and is a consultant for a research study examining neuroimaging and neuropsychological evaluation in detecting concussion.

Wiesenthal, Naomi
Western University

Naomi Wiesenthal is a psychologist at the Student Development Centre at Western University. She offers evidence based psychological services to undergraduate, graduate, and professional students, and provides clinical supervision to trainees in clinical psychology, counseling psychology, and other programs within the university. In addition to this, Dr. Wiesenthal provides training and lectures to various groups on campus and has taught both undergraduate and graduate courses in psychology.

Entering Class of 1998

Anthony, Kelly Kosobucki
Assistant Consulting Professor
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Duke University School of Medicine

Kirby, Jennifer
Clinical Associate and Co-Director
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Couples Clinic

Merkler, Elif
Private Practice

Elif Erim Merkler is a private practitioner in Carrboro, NC. She provides evidence-based psychological services to children, adolescents, and adults, and has unique expertise in autism spectrum disorders and developmental disabilities. She also consults with local schools, afterschools, and camp programs to improve community understanding of autism spectrum disorders and evidence-based interventions that can improve program planning for these students in their community. Dr. Merkler also regularly consults with and speaks to other mental health care professionals about evidence-based practices for supporting individuals with autism spectrum disorders.

Levy, Suzanne
Director of Clinical Training
Drexel University College of Nursing and Health Professions

Entering Class of 1997

Brown, John

Carrig, Madeline
Associate Director
Duke University Center for the Study of Adolescent Risk and Resilience

Hicks, Richard
Private Practice

Richard Hicks is a North Carolina Licensed Psychologist. He received his undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Electrical Engineering from North Carolina State University. He obtained his Masters and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill. He has provided evidence-based psychological services to adults, adolescents, and children in a variety of outpatient and inpatient settings since 1998. He currently serves an APA appointment to the North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Practice Board. Dr. Hicks is passionate about translating knowledge from psychology, neuroscience, and medicine research into practical and supportive strategies for health, fulfillment, and personal success. He sees adults, couples, and adolescents. His clinical work draws from a variety of traditions, including cognitive behavioral and mindfulness therapies. Dr. Hicks regularly consults with business and organizations (e.g. US Environmental Protection Agency, NC Department of Public Safety, NC Bar Association), providing education, training, seminars, debriefings, mediation and other services, utilizing scientific findings from psychology.

Purcell, Susan
Private Practice

Susan Purcell is a private practitioner in Carrboro, NC. She offers evidence-based psychological services to children, adolescents, adults, and families in her community-based practice. Dr. Purcell regularly completes continuing education in excess of the hours required to maintain her licensure in order to stay abreast of the latest scientific developments and to be able to offer her clients the state of the art, “best practices” in the field. In addition, she participates in a peer-consultation group that regularly discusses evidence-based practice in reference to specific case presentations.

Rodebaugh, Thomas
Associate Professor
Washington University

Mosconi, Laura Sullivan

Entering Class of 1996

Carson, James
Oregon Health and Science University

Godfrey, Jacob
Center for Psychology and Education

Harris-Britt, April
AHB Psychological services

Leary, Matthew
Matthews Psychological and Family Services

Raney, Matthew
Coordinator of the Mental Health Clinic
Baltimore Veteran Affairs Medical Center

Wilson, Kimberly
Private Practice

Entering Class of 1995

Allen, Elizabeth Sandin
Associate Professor
University of Colorado Denver

Clarke, Angela
Associate Professor
West Chester University of Pennsylvania

Harter, Kristina
Private Practice

Hooker-Parham, Patricia
Eastern Region Mental Health Clinical Supervisor
Virginia Department of Corrections

Palmer, Carleton
Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities

Renshaw, Keith
Associate Professor
George Mason University

Schwartz, Scott
Staff Psychologist
General Regional Hospital

Sedway, Jan
i3 Research, Clinical Training, and Assessments

Swiney, Ursula

Entering Class of 1994

Armer, Erin Gallagher

Bolton, Elisa
Private Practice

Brand, Ann
Associate Lecturer
University of Wisconsin Stout School of Education

Cranford, David
Clinical Director
Options Public Charter School

Freeman, Lisa Yacona
Private Practice

Grindstaff, Jemma Price
Triangle Learning Center

Kaplan, Danielle
Director of the Psychology Internship Program
New York University Bellevue

Potter, Guy
Associate Professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Duke University Medical Center

Ragland, Lynelle
Co-Coordinator of Clinical Services
College of William and Mary Counseling Center

Workman, Elizabeth

Entering Class of 1993

Adams, Lynn Wilder
Private Practice

Blake, Kimberly Drusilla
Private Practice

Hancock, Timothy
Executive Director
Parrish Street Clinic

Hersh, Keith
Vice President
Behavioral Health Solutions

Martin, Julie

Matza, Louis
Senior Research Scientist
United Biosource Corporation

Michel, Margaret
Clinical Psychologist
Accotink Academy

Ready, Jawana
Psychologist of Developmental Disabilities Services
Central State Hospital

Remen, Anna Lee
Coordinator of the Adult DBT Program
Servicenet, Inc.

Entering Class of 1992

Armstrong, Tonya Farmer
Private Practice

Bredehoeft, Kathy Rice
Private Practice

Burgwyn, Elaine Otto
Hope Valley Psychotherapy Associates

Clayton, David

Demby, Mary
Sex Offender Forensic Psychologist, Bureau of Prisons
Lt. Commander, US Public Health Service Commission Corps

Floyd, Marnita
Private Practice

Sampson, William
Psychologist and Director of Psychotherapy
OnsiteCare, PLLC

Sigda, Kathy
Staff Psychologist
Mountain Crest Behavioral Healthcare Center

Zinn, Sandra
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science, Duke University School of Medicine
Clinical Psychologist and Chair, Durham Veteran Affairs Medical Center

Entering Class of 1991

Boyce, Cheryl
Chief of the Behavioral and Brain Development Branch
National Institute on Drug Abuse, National Institutes of Health

Fiore, Michael
Private Practice

Fresco, David
Kent State University

Giffen, David
Spokane Veteran Affairs Medical Center

Gillion, Laura
Private Practice

Gordon, Kristin Coop
Professor and Associate Director of Clinical Training
University of Tennessee

Khatri, Parinda
Director of Integrated Care
Cherokee Health Systems

Norten, Jennifer
Private Practice

Schilling, Elizabeth
Research Associate
University of Connecticut Center for Public Health and Public Policy

Voegler-Lee, Mare

Entering Class of 1990

Allen, Heather King
Senior Consultant
Rexer Analytics

Carels, Robert
Professor and Director of Clinical Training
East Carolina University Clinical Health Psychology Doctoral Program

Cooke, Arlene
Senior Clinical Psychologist
Brothers of Charity Southern Services

Daiuto, Anthony

Jackson, Elizabeth Wood
Private Practice

Leff, Stephen
Psychologist, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology in Pediatrics, University of Pennsylvania

MacKenzie, Elizabeth
West Seattle Psychological Services

McClintock, Joseph

McKenzie, Penny Collier

Rounds-Bryant, Jennifer
Mental Health solutions

Entering Class of 1989

Baker-Sinclair, Mary
Staff Psychologist
Chapel Hill Pediatric Psychology

Bardi, Carl
Associate Professor
Sewanee: The University of the South

Crenshaw, Mary

Glenn, Michael
Director of Strategy
Epilepsy Franchise at GlaxoSmithKline

Hilts, Darolyn Leeson
Private Practice

Kraut, Marty
Senior Project Manager
inVentiv Health

Oshrain, Lori
Private Practice

Rankin, Lynn

Wolf, Amos
Staff Psychologist
Taylor Psychotherapy Associates

Entering Class of 1988

Birchfield, Susan

Burnett, Charles
Mebane Behavioral Health

Clarke-McLean, Janet
North Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention

Derosier, Melissa Estelle
President and Executive Director
3-C Institute for Social Development

Glick, Susan
Private Practice

Morton, Todd
Carolina Psychological Services

Nachman, Ginette
Research Associate
Rhine Research Center

Proffitt, Valerie Danziger
Private Practice

Walsh, Virginia
Private Practice

Entering Class of 1987

Abrams, John
General Psychological Associates

Barry, Neil
Private Practice

Boyle, Sherry Hamby
Research Professor of Psychology and Director of Life Paths Research Program
Suwanee University

Duley, James

Geller, Steven
Private Practice

Hopkins, Donald
Project Manager and Software Developer
SciMed Solutions

Lawrence, Deborah

Mundt, John
Jesse Brown Veteran Affairs Medical Center

Entering Class of 1986

Benedict, Kenneth
Private Practice

Clark, Laura
Staff Psychologist
Central Regional Hospital

Cumella, Edward
Professor of Graduate Psychology
Kaplan University

Davis, Doreen Moffat
Clinical Psychologist of Home-Based Primary Care
Tuscaloosa Veteran Affairs Medical Center

Davis, Paul
Private Practice

Desrosiers, Marie-France

Flager-Fleer, Lucy

Nelson, Evan
Forensic Psychology Associates

Scalco, Mark
Private Practice

Sortisio, Cynthia
Counseling Services, Inc.

Entering Class of 1985

Bumberry, Jeanne Maire

Buongiorno, Gregg
Clinical Neuropsychologist
NeuroHealth, Inc.

Hazlett, Pamela
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Duke University School of Medicine

Jensen, Heidi Neiswender
Private Practice

Lawson, Robert
Private Practice

Peterson, Cynthia

Sayers, Margaret Douglas
Southampton Psychiatric Associates

Smith, Darryl
Private Practice

Sussman, Daniel
Community Program Director of the Los Angeles County Conditional Release Program
Gateways Hospital and Mental Health Center

Winn, Donna-Marie
UNC Chapel Hill Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute

Entering Class of 1984

Abrams, Lew
Private Practice

Band, Eve Brotman
Private PRactice

Clark, Patricia Layne

Evely, Clyde
Private Practice

Giordano, Peter
Professor of Psychology
Belmont University

Minrath, Marilyn
Minrath and Thomson Forensic Evaluations

Niemi, Anita Iverson

Piasecki, James

Poal, Pilar Cordero
Wayne Counseling Center

Schafale, Christena Durost
Director of Information Services
Resources for Seniors

Sher, Tamara Goldman
Vice President for Research
Northwestern University Family Institute

Stern, Karen
Social Science Analyst
US Department of Justice National Institute of Justice

Entering Class of 1983

Crist, James
Clinical Director, Child and Family Counseling Center
Adjunct Faculty, Argosy University

Eells, Tracy Dwight
Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs
University of Louisville School of Medicine

Galpert, Larry
Private Practice

Lambert, Michael
UNC Chapel Hill School of Social Work

MacKain, Sally
Professor of Psychology
University of North Carolina Wilmington

Terry, Carol Sweeney
Adjunct Professor
University of Oklahoma

Walter, Bernadette
Clinical Associate Professor, University of Louisville
Director, Psychological Services Center

Entering Class of 1982

Colby, Faulder
South Whidbey Psychological Services

Hawk, Barbara
Private Practice

Jeney-Gammon, Patricia
Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Duke University

Rintoul, Betty
Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation and Training

Sayers, Steven
Clinical research Psychologist, Philadelphia Veteran Affairs Medical Center
Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania

Vines, Dara

Wasserman, Aviva

Weiss, Bahr Harris
Associate Professor of Clinical Sciences, Vanderbilt University
Visiting Foreign Professor, Vietnam National University

Wheeler, Claire Mosteller

Entering Class of 1981

Adams, Alexandra Norton

Bebout, Richard
Chief Executive Officer
Green Door

Bromfield, Richard
Clinical Instructor of Psychiatry
Massachusetts Mental Health Center

Evers-Szostak, Mary
Durham Pediatric Psychology

Heflin, Anne Robinson
Associate Professor
American School of Professional Psychology

Hoffman, Jeffrey
Chief Executive Officer
Danya International, Inc.

Lally, Stephen
American School of Professional Psychology

Levine, Deborah Marian

Singh, Silvija

Entering Class of 1980

Burger, Amy

Burks, Nancy
Private Practice

Dartnall, Nancy
Associate Clinical Director
TEACCH Charlotte Center

Evans, Mark
Senior Staff Psychologist and Co-Director
University of Oregon University Counseling and Testing

Fernald, Margaret Carlton
Private Practice

Gordon, Rhea
Private Practice

Hamlin, Eddy
Founder and Clinical Director
Center for the Advancement of Human Potential

Roer-Bornstein, Dorit

Rosoff, Ann
Green House Group Psychological and Consultation Services

Wilikofsky, Adam
Associate Director
Lancaster General Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program

Entering Class of 1979

Bain, Kenneth
Private Practice

Batten, Phillip
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychology
Wake Forest University

Bell, Katherine

Blackburn, Thomas

Brooks, Jeffrey
Principal Consultant
Arcadia Solutions

Cameron, Anne
Lake Highlands Presbyterian Church

Kugler, Lois Rosenberg
Private Practice

Larter, William
Private Practice

Marshall, Judith

Nygaard, Debra Danene
Clinical Psychologist
Alexandria Department of Youth and Family Services

Stephens, Clifford
Winnebago Mental Health Institute

Yeates, Keith
Professor, Ohio State University
Director of the Center for Biobehavioral Health and Chief of Pediatric Psychology, Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Young, Michael

Entering Class of 1978

Baker, Ann Fairfax
Private Practice

Bornstein, Sherri Waitzma
Private Practice

Botman, Jeffrey
Private Practice

Eshelman, Michael
Internship Director of Clinical Training
Wellspan Health Center for Cognitive Therapy

Fishel, Anne
Associate Clinical Professor of Psychology, Harvard Medical School
Director of Family and Couples Therapy Program, Massachusetts General Hospital

Lee, William
Mental Health Clinical Supervisor
Virginia Department of Corrections

Maddi, Karen
Associate Director for Clinical Services
UIC Counseling Center

Pioggia, Martin

White, Kathryn Perdew

White, Mary

White, Robert

Entering Class of 1977

Archable, Crystal
Miami-Dade Public Schools

Davis, Charles
Associate Professor
Illinois School of Professional Psychology

DeWindt-Robson, Linda
Private Practice

Hawkinson, Murray
Clinical Site Director, Daymark Recovery Services Watauga Center
Psychologist, Psychotherapy Associates of Boone

Lowe, Richard
Private Practice

Mermin, Paul
Professor of Psychiatry
UNC Chapel Hill School of Medicine

O’Donnell, Karen
Associate Professor of Medical Psychology, Duke University
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Duke University Medical Center

Robson, Edward
Clinical Psychologist
Epilepsy Institute of North Carolina

Rumer, Richard
Senior Psychologist, Central Regional Hospital
Psychologist, Main Street Clinical Associates

Schmitz, Stephanie

Strupp, Karen
Private Practice

Tucker, Lawrence
Senior Software Developer
Thom Child and Family Services

Entering Class of 1976

Baird, Roger

Best-Williams, Irma
Private Practice

DeSteffano, Michael
Bryn Mawr Psychological Associates

Greenberg Lowe, Marcie
Private Practice

Harvey, David
Private Practice

Moreland, Kevin

Pennington, Gregory
Managing Partner
Pennpoint Consulting Group

Wadden, Thoams
Professor of Psychiatry, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine
Director, University of Pennsylvania Center for Weight and Eating Disorders

Wilkins, Jean Williamson

Entering Class of 1975

Colson, Darlene Gould
Associate Professor
The Virginia Consortium Program in Clinical Psychology

Eidelson, Roy
Eidelson Consulting

Goldman, Vinston
Associate Professor of Graduate Psychology
North Carolina Central University

House, Elizabeth

Ladd, Paula

Molden, Sabrina Andrews
Private Practice

Osberg, James

Reiner, Peter
Instructor of Clinical Psychology and Behavioral Sciences
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Thompson, Louise Rogoff

Thompson, Maria de Varona
Clinical Psychiatrist

Wolf, Matthew

Entering Class of 1974

Cansler, David
Private Practice

Kelly-Scurry, Regina Rosanwalde
Private Practice

McDaniel, Susan Holmes
Distinguished Professor and Associate Chair, University of Rochester
Director, University of Rochester Institute for the Family

Meares, Gloria
Private Practice

Newnam, Raymond
Senior Psychologist
Whitaker Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility

Parad, Harry
Executive Director
Wediko Children’s Services

Premo, Brian

Sandling, Kathy McGuire

Snyder, Douglas
Professor of Psychology
Texas A&M University

Snyder, James
Private Practice

Tucker-Okine, Carlene
Private Practice

Entering Class of 1973

Fleming, Candace
Associate Professor
University of Colorado Denver School of Public Health

Grayson, Paul
Marymount Manhattan College Counseling and Wellness Center

Haltiwanger, Charles
Private Practice

Maxwell, Catherine Briesse
Private Practice

Meilman, Phillip
Georgetown University Counseling and Psychiatric Service

Root, Judith

Sanchez-Hucles, Janis
Professor of Psychology
Old Dominion University

Short, Andrew
Private Practice

Silverstein, Elliot
Clinical Professor of Psychiatry
UNC Chapel Hill School of Medicine

Entering Class of 1972

Baucom, Donald
Distinguished Professor of Psychology
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

Blackwood, Lynn Carson
Private Practice

Delacour, Edmund
Private Practice

Inman, Lucy Daniels

Jacobson, Neil

Koszalka, Elizabeth
HRC Behavioral Health and Psychiatry

McCormack, John

Simpson, Martha Fields

Welch, Bryant
President and Chief Executive Officer
J.D. and Associates

Williams, Myrna Brake
Private Practice

Entering Class of 1971

Cooper, Richard
Creative Solutions and Psychotherapy Associates

Funk, Jeanne Brockmeyer
Emeritus Professor of Psychology
University of Toledo

Grew, Robert

Hocking, Brian
Private Practice

Holstein, Stephen
Private Practice

MacNeill, David

Osborn, Rebecca Stevens

Sage, Caroline Kettle

Shea, Victoria Tucker

Smith, Carol

Ziegler, Rosilene
Private Practice

Entering Class of 1970

Biber, Daniel
Dilworth Psychotherapy Associates

Gaines, Thomas
Private Practice

Griffith, Susan Dudley
Creative Solutions and Psychotherapy Associates

Hendren, Thomas
Private Practice

Hessler, Stephen
Private Practice

Julian, Betty

Morrow, John
Director of the Division of State and Community Systems Development
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administrator Center for Mental Health Services

Entering Class of 1969

Compere, John

Comstock, Marilyn Campbell
Private Practice

Dabadie, Nancy
Private Practice

Kastleman, Kenneth
Private Practice

Kean, Sharon
Private Practice

McKee, Daphne
Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Duke University
Associate Director, Duke Pain Prevention and Treatment Research Program

Miller, Shel
Private Practice

Pender, Mary
Health Science Specialist
Durham Veteran Affairs Medical Center

Staton, W. David

Stokols, Jeannette Jacobson
Private Practice

Tarpley, Hugh
Metro NY Developmental Disabilities Services Office

Entering Class of 1968

Adelson, Joseph

Arnold, Christopher

Gagnier, Terril Trowbridge
Private Practice

Heinbaugh, Nan
Private Practice

Korth, William

Murray-Jobsis, Joan Scagnelli

O’Donnell, William

Peters, Nancy Cox

Polderman, Ronald

Rath, Frank

Taylor, Lanelle Wise
Private Practice

Taylor, Gary
Psychologist and Assistant Director, Harvard University McLean Hospital
Instructor of Psychology, Harvard University Medical School

Zipper, Barry
Private Practice

Entering Class of 1967

Ball, Brenda

Fox, Leonard
Private Practice

Jacobson, Kerry

Lucas, Richard

Miller, Bob

Rummo, Judith Horn

Sahl, Joan Bernheimer
Private Practice

Speare, Jonathan
Private Practice

Tanner, Barry
Director, Detroit Receiving Hospital and University Health Center Life Stress Center
Adjunct Professor of Psychology, Wayne State University

Olesen, Nancy Williams
Private Practice

Entering Class of 1966

Diamond, David

Friedrichs, Thomas
Private Practice

Greenstein, Stephen

Kahn, MIchael
Private Practice

Leichtman, Sandra

Lowman, Joseph
Professor of Psychology
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

Margeson, Carol

Marsh, Kenneth

McGourty, David

Payne, Sloane
Kaiser Permamente

Entering Class of 1965

Arnold, Richard

Bridges, Judith Saravay
Emeritus Professor of Psychology
University of Connecticut

Carlson, Rolf

Cooper, Charles
HRC Behavioral Health and Psychiatry

Gaustad, Cebrun

May, John
University of Arizona Student Health Center

Fineberg, Beth
Private Practice

Napier, Augustus

Ostrom, Karl
Network for Business Innovation and Sustainability

Pottinger, Paul
AimTruancy Solutions

Van Wey, William
Private Practice

Entering Class of 1964

Bank, Stephen
Private Practice

Busey, Joseph
Private Practice

Kennedy, Dennis

Randolph, John

Entering Class of 1963

Dick, Robert
Private Practice

Duvall, Nancy
Professor of Psychology
Biola University

McDowell, Eugene

Rowell, William
Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services

Rubin, Carol Mulligan

Wall, Andrew

Wendland-Crego, Marilyn
Dean of University College and Extension Services
California State University Long Beach

Wilson, David

Wood, William

Entering Class of 1962

Daniels, Eugene
Private Practice

Jackson, Ruth

Jarman, Frances
Private Practice

Konanc, Judy, Telljohn
Private Practice

Naor, Nehama

Townsend, Jeannette

Zieff, Ralph
Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
University of Vermont

Entering Class of 1961

Cashdan, Sheldon
Emertius Professor of Psychology
University of Massachusetts Amherst

Church, Jane

Ginsburg, Herbert
Professor of Psychology
Columbia University Teacher’s College

Graham, John
Emeritus Professor of Psychology
Kent State University

Hammett, Benjamin

Marr, Marcus
Emeritus Professor of Psychology
Georgia Institute of Technology

Entering Class of 1960

Butcher, James
Professor of Psychology
University of Minnesota

Grant, Theodore

Kazaoka, Katsushige

Entering Class of 1959

Collins, Donald

Cooke, Jane Kluttz

Cudrin, Jay
Private Practice

Morter, Dale

Wahba, Michel

Yates, Louise Graham

Entering Class of 1958

Balentine, Robert

Fox, Ronald

Gorman, John

Mayfield, Peter

Mingione, Dorothy Merbaum

Olson, Gary

Wogan, Michael
Emeritus Professor of Psychology
Rutgers University

Wood, Paul
Emeritus Professor of Psychology
Southern Wesleyan University

Entering Class of 1957

Henrichs, Theodore

Hickey, Robert

Jones, William

Merbaum, Michael
Retired December 2015
Professor Emeritus, Washington University

Dr. Merbaum is currently team-teaching an Honors research course with an active research program studying sensory declines in aging adults and the emotional implications in managing aging realities. He also is an Assistant coach for the Washington University Varsity Division 3 Tennis Team.

Norman, Russell

Puryear, Herbert
Logos World University

Entering Class of 1956

Forsyth, Ralph

Jenkins, Carlyle
Adjunct Professor
UNC Chapel Hill Gillings School of Global Public Health

Johnson, Nancy Forsythe Marimon

Entering Class of 1955

Campbell, Frances
Senior Scientist
UNC Chapel Hill Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute

Carrera, Richard
Private Practice

Fiddleman, Paul

Saute, Lois Cummings

Van de Castle, Robert
Atlantic University

Waller, Patricia Fossum

Entering Class of 1954

Johnston, Roy

Pepper, Lennard

Saute, George

Wallach, Martin

Entering Class of 1953

Koch, Ehud
Clinical Instructor in Psychology
Harvard University

Meaders, Wilson
Private Practice

Entering Class of 1952

Leventhal, Howard
Professor of Health Psychology
Rutgers University

Entering Class of 1951

Eber, Herbert
Psychological Resources

Kaplan, Norman

Mann, Lester

Entering Class of 1950

Cochrane, Carl

Entering Class of 1949

Eck, Roy

Entering Class of 1948

Fisher, Seymour
Emeritus Professor of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences
University of Texas Medical Branch

McNair, Douglas
Emeritus Professor of Psychology
Boston University

Tanner, James