Psychology | Clinical Psychology PsyD Faculty

Professor, School of Graduate Psychology
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Christiane Brems' research interests include health promotion and disease prevention, rural healthcare challenges and disparities, research and clinical ethics.

Professor and Interim Dean, PsyD Clinical Program & Director of Health Psychology Track
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Jennifer R. Antick researches resilience and medical status, strength-based assessment and therapy, coping with illness, motivational interviewing, medical influences on health behavior and medical decision-making.

Professor, PsyD Clinical Program & Director of Clinical Training
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Genevieve L.Y. Arnaut is the Director of Clinical Training in the School of Professional Psychology. Her scholarly interests include forensic psychology and qualitative research.

Associate Professor, PsyD Clinical Program & Director, Forensic Track
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Director, Forensic Track

Instructor: Psychopathology, Correctional Psychology, Personality Assessment, Multicultural Assessment.

Supervise thesis and dissertation research

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Assistant Professor, PsyD Clinical Program
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Allison Brandt, PhD is an instructor in Pediatric Psychology, and her research interests are in improving the quality and access of mental health services among diverse and underserved children, youth, and families.

Associate Professor; Director, PsyD Clinical Program
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Jennifer R. Clark, PsyD is the Director of the PsyD Clinical Program.

Professor, PsyD Clinical Program and Director, Neuropsychology Track
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Michael S. Daniel is director of the neuropsychology track in the School of Professional Psychology.

Associate Professor, PsyD Clinical Program
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Laura Edwards-Leeper supervises students on the child team at the Pacific Psychology Clinic. Her interests include gender identity issues, disorders of sexual development, and eating disorders among children and adolescents.

Associate Professor, PsyD Clinical Program
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Katherine Elder's research involves eating disorders and obesity in adults and Latino psychology.

Director of Pacific Psychology & Comprehensive Health Clinics
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Irina Gelman's clinical interests include anxiety disorder, couple therapy, group psychotherapy, and integrated conceptualization and treatment.

Associate Professor, PsyD Clinical Program
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Shahana Koslofsky's clinical and scholarly interests include diversity and cultural competence, Latino psychology, HIV/AIDS, psychodynamic and relational psychotherapy.

Professor, PsyD Clinical Program and Director, Adult Track
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James B. Lane teaches in the School of Professional Psychology and supervises the Pacific Psychology & Comprehensive Health Clinics.

Professor, PsyD Clinical Program, Director of Human Diversity
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Susan T. Li's clinical interests include assessment of children, adolescents, and families and clinical orientation combining a behavioral/cognitive-behavioral perspective with ecosystemic and multicultural theoretical approaches.

Professor, PsyD Clinical Program and Director of Research
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Paul G. Michael's research interests include personal selection, environmental psychology, emotions at work, and organizational climate in environmentally conscious organizations.

Professor, PsyD Clinical Program, Director of Child/Adolescent Track
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Catherine Miller's research interests include child clinical psychology, juvenile delinquency, forensic psychology behavioral assessment and treatment, ethical issues, application of behavioral principles with animal behavior problems, and animal hoarding.

Associate Professor
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Catherine A. Moonshine's scholarly interests include treating addiction and dual diagnosis clients, evidence-based practices, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, organizational consulting and clinical supervision.

Associate Professor, PsyD Clinical Program
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Asani Seawell, PhD is an Associate Professor in the PsyD Clinical Program. Her clinical and research interests include Obesity, Type 2 Diabetes, and Chronic Illness in African Americans and other at risk, community-based samples, Positive Health Psychology with emphasis on the Psychology of Forgiveness and Forgiveness-Based interventions, Health Psychology/Behavioral Medicine, Quantitative and Qualitative methodologies related to these topics.

Associate Professor, PsyD Clinical Program; Director of Academics (SGP)
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Tamara Tasker is Director of Academics and an associate professor in the School of Graduate Psychology.

Assistant Professor, Director & Core Faculty of Sabiduría: Latina/o Psychology Emphasis
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Dr. Ruth Zúñiga is Assistant Professor, Director & Core Faculty of Sabiduría: Latina/o Psychology Emphasis

Assistant Professor, PsyD Clinical Program
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B.A., Colby College, 2003; M.A., Clark University, 2013; Ph.D., Clark University, 2016.