Faculty and Faculty Interests

Faculty members include Page Anderson, Lisa Armistead, Nicole Caporino, Lindsey Cohen, Bruce Crosson, Tricia King, Robert Latzman, Akihiko Masuda, Robin Morris, Dominic Parrott, Erin Tone, and Erin Tully.

Our faculty represents a range of perspectives and their research and applied activities reflect the breadth of clinical psychology. Collaboration is a hallmark of the program.  Clinical students and faculty collaborate within and across programs within the department, the university, the larger community, and internationally. Students who desire training in both clinical and community psychology can apply for dual enrollment in both the clinical and community programs. Students in the dual program complete the requirements for both programs; similarly, students who desire training in both clinical psychology and neuropsychology and behavioral neuroscience can dually enroll in both programs. Clinical program faculty represent a breadth of theoretical orientations, informing both research and clinical training, including: (1) cognitive-behavioral, (2) interpersonal, (3) mindfulness-based, and (4) neuropsychological, and all faculty are license eligible.  Research programs of the clinical faculty include studies of adult functioning and psychopathology (e.g., anxiety and mood disorders, substance use, personality); child psychopathology (e.g., pediatric psychology, etiology of internalizing and externalizing disorders); intervention research (e.g., cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness-based interventions); child and family issues (e.g., family relationships, parenting, personality, developmental disabilities, trauma and violence); human diversity, minority populations, and multicultural issues; community and school-based prevention and intervention; and developmental and clinical neuropsychology (e.g., the cognitive and social-emotional correlates of both developmental and acquired neurological disorders across the life span).

For further information see Faculty Interests (Clinical). 

Potential Applicants to the Clinical Psychology Program

The Clinical Psychology Program’s on campus interview days for 2015 are Wednesday, February 18, and Friday, February 20.  Applicants who will be interviewing with Clinical faculty will be contacted via phone/email during the week of January 12th with interview invitations.  Only those applicants who are interviewed by faculty will continue to be reviewed for admission into the Graduate Program.

The following clinical faculty are interested in mentoring incoming students for the 2015-2016 academic year: Page Anderson, Lisa Armistead, Nicole Caporino, Lindsey Cohen, Bruce Crosson, Tricia King, Robert Latzman, Robin Morris, Dominic Parrott and Erin Tone.