Faculty

Rachel Casas, PhD

Program Director

Associate Professor & Program Director, PsyD Program in Clinical Psychology
University of Iowa 2010
Cultural contributions to cognition and brain development, diversity, neuropsychological assessment of cultural and linguistic minorities

Rick Holigrocki, PhD

Dean and Professor
University of Windsor 1996
Higher-education, accreditation, parent-child interaction, personality assessment

Ryan N. Sharma, PsyD, ABPP

Associate Professor, Director of Clinical Training
University of Denver 2006
Clinical issues in fire service and first responders, mindfulness, clinical training, anxiety disorders, behavior therapy, racial and ethnic disparities, racial and ethnic identity development

Stephanie J. Tarle, PhD

Assistant Professor, PsyD Program in Clinical Psychology
Oklahoma State University 2019
Clinical child psychology and developmental psychopathology with a focus on the neurocognitive factors that contribute to emotion regulation and self-control deficits in children with ADHD

Melissa Donovick, PhD

Adjunct Faculty Member
Utah State University 2010
Culturally adapted multimedia parenting interventions, Latinx family mental health, and multicultural child emotional and behavioral health

Morris N Eagle, PhD

Previous Distinguished Educator in Residence and Senior Adjunct Professor, PsyD Program in Clinical Psychology
New York University 1958
Individual psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, couples therapy, attachment theory and research, attachment theory-based interventions

Mindy R. Puopolo, PsyD

Professor Emeritus and Senior Adjunct Professor, PsyD Program in Clinical Psychology
Pepperdine University 1999
Intimate partner violence, attachment theory, infant mental health, gender and sexuality, sports psychology and peace psychology.

Kristen Roye, PsyD

Senior Adjunct Faculty Member
California Lutheran University

Lori A Schur, PhD


University of Southern California 1993

Jennifer M. Twyford, PhD

Adjunct Faculty Member
University of California, Santa Barbara 2012
Identification and prevention of disruptive behavioral problems in children and adolescents, school and juvenile justice system response to youth's mental health needs, prevention of school violence, positive psychology

Autumn Braddock Watson, PhD


University of California at Los Angeles 2005
Clinical health psychology, weight management, coping with chronic medical conditions, tobacco cessation, CBT for anxiety and mood d/o

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