PsyD in Clinical Psychology Faculty

Professor | Co-Director of Health Psychology Emphasis

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 | Director of Neuropsychology Emphasis

Dr. Daniel's interests include neuropsychological evaluation, mild head trauma, dementia, forensic evaluation and sports concussion.


Dr. Michael teaches courses in Research Design and Advanced Statistics. His research interests include examining student attitudes and anxiety related to statistics and research.


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.

Rohini Puri-Bose
Assistant Professor

Dr. Puri-Bose is an assistant professor in the PsyD Program at the Pacific University School of Graduate Psychology.


Dr. Schwartz is a Professor in the School of Graduate Psychology. He identifies as a clinical psychologist with a strong interest in neuropsychology.

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Associate Professor | Director of Academics | Interim PsyD Program Director

Dr. Tasker's clinical and research interests are in sport and performance psychology and working with college students and student athletes. Specifically, she is interested in the impact of mindfulness training on performance in athletics, and ways in which we can enhance the experience of college athletes, in particular those from historically marginalized backgrounds.

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Assistant Professor

Dr. Zaman’s clinical interests include conducting forensic psychological evaluations with adolescents involved with the juvenile justice system and working with youth in areas related to racial, cultural identity, and intersectionality. His research interests explore understanding how mental health, socioeconomic status, and racial and gender identity impact youth’s involvement with the juvenile justice system.