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The School of Professional Psychology faculty members are role models for teaching, supervision, practice, and scholarship. All are dedicated to the practice model of training clinical psychologists. Please click on any faculty member's name listed to see their interests. Several faculty members have grant and contract projects. Students may be able to work on the special projects, sometimes with funding.
With some of the most diverse faculty and student body of any psychology program in the region, we embrace our mission of serving the underserved and promoting cultural sensitivity.
More than one quarter of our faculty are prestigious diplomates from the American Board of Professional Psychology. Over the years, a faculty member has served as president of the American Psychological Association (APA), and three presidents of the professional society the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology (NCSPP) have been members of our faculty.
- James E Dobbins, PhD, ABPP
- J Scott Fraser, PhD, ABPP
- Kathleen D Glaus, PhD, PsyD
- Kathleen A Malloy, PhD
- Stephen C McConnell, PhD, ABPP
- John R Rudisill, PhD, ABPP
- Leon VandeCreek, PhD, ABPP
OUr staff members remain dedicated to helping students. All staff members strive to address questions and concerns in a timely manner. Assisting students in attaining success remains our primary goal.
We are fortunate to have many psychologists who offer their time, energy and expertise to enhance our students' learning. The volunteer clinical faculty provide many services to meet the learning needs of our students to include practicum supervision, adjunct teaching, and serving on Comprehensive Clinical Examinations and Professional Dissertation Committees.