Clinical Psychology, PhD

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  • Sasha Flowers

    Sasha Flowers

    Clinical Psychology: equity-informed implementation science, culturally responsive evidence-based practice, cultural humility of clinicians, addressing power imbalances within the therapeutic relationship, mindfulness, interoceptive awareness

  • Beth M Foote

    Beth M Foote

    Clinical Psychology

  • Abby Fry

    Abby Fry

    Clinical Psychology

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  • Stefanie F Gonçalves

    Stefanie F Gonçalves

    Clinical Psychology: emotion, impulsivity, substance use, health risk behaviors, depression, adolescents, fMRI, heart rate variability

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  • Michelle L. Harlan

    Michelle L. Harlan

    Clinical Psychology: Eating Disorders, Suicide, Nonsuicidal Self-Injury, Emotion Regulation, Dialectical Behavior Therapy

  • Katherine Maultsby Harris

    Katherine Maultsby Harris

    Clinical Psychology

  • Rafael Hernández Dubon

    Rafael Hernández Dubon

    Clinical Psychology: Latinx psychology, addiction, substance use, systems of oppression, spirituality, religiosity, parent-child interactions, culturally enhancing assessment, and interventions.

  • Jesus Hernández Ortiz

    Jesus Hernández Ortiz

    Clinical Psychology: The intersection of machine learning, health disparities, severe mental illness, and patient-clinician interactions in historically underserved communities.

  • Cristopher Lance Hinagpis

    Cristopher Lance Hinagpis

    Clinical Psychology: Social Support, Social Constraint, Chronic Pain, Psychological Well-Being, Stress

  • Kara Hokes

    Kara Hokes

    Clinical Psychology

  • Aaron David Hunt

    Aaron David Hunt

    Clinical Psychology: health, community, and social equity

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  • Roberto López Jr.

    Roberto López Jr.

    Clinical Psychology: social factors; self-injurious thoughts and behaviors; youth; LGBTQ+

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  • Laura N Martin

    Laura N Martin

    Clinical Psychology: Childhood Trauma, PTSD, Couples, and Family Functioning, Parenting, Emotion Regulation, Early Maltreatment

  • Kelsey Lynn Mauro

    Kelsey Lynn Mauro

    Clinical Psychology: Childhood, adolescence, parenting, stress, trauma

  • Lucy McClellan

    Lucy McClellan

    Clinical Psychology

  • Patricia Mejia

    Patricia Mejia

    Clinical Psychology: Physical Health; Exercise; Physiology; Behavioral Interventions; Distress Disorders; Scientist-Practitioner-Activism; Cultural Humility

  • Rebecca Rose Mendoza

    Rebecca Rose Mendoza

    Clinical Psychology

  • Leo Augustus Miller

    Leo Augustus Miller

    Clinical Psychology: Eating disorders, Alcohol and Substance Use, Treatment Innovation, LGBTQ, Minority Stress, Gender Incongruence, fMRI, Transdiagnostic Mechanisms, Scholar-Activist

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  • Kevin C Ramseur II

    Kevin C Ramseur II

    Clinical Psychology: Gendered Racism; Mental Health Equity; Men & Masculinities; CBPR

  • Irene Regalario

    Irene Regalario

    Clinical Psychology: Clinical Psychology: health and stress, chronic health illness adjustment, health behaviors, caregiver stress

  • Sissi H. Ribeiro

    Sissi H. Ribeiro

    Clinical Psychology: PTSD, trauma appraisal, cultural diversity, suicide prevention, military psychology

  • Asha Rudrabhatla

    Asha Rudrabhatla

    Clinical Psychology

  • Mary Ryan (Fesalbon)

    Mary Ryan (Fesalbon)

    Clinical Psychology

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  • Lauren Seibel

    Lauren Seibel

    Clinical Psychology

  • Shane A Stori

    Shane A Stori

    Clinical Psychology: psychosocial factors that impact psychopathology, psychological flexibility, acceptance-based practice, empowerment, resilience, community-based learning, anti-racism, LGBTQ+ mental health

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  • Maggie Webb

    Maggie Webb

    Clinical Psychology: Self perception, future thinking, vividness of thought, delinquency, recidivism, suicide, depression, brief interventions

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  • Sajida Yasmeen

    Sajida Yasmeen

    Clinical Psychology: Borderline personality disorder, predictors (e.g., criminogenic thinking) of substance use and recidivism among correctional populations, protective factors (e.g., religion) for substance misuse among correctional populations