Office: Math/Psychology 302
Ph.D. – University of Cincinnati, 2004
Area of Study:
Clinical supervision, clinical psychology, therapist training and experience, psychological assessment, sexual orientation and gender identity, privilege and oppression, campus climate, and insult use and attitudes.
Abnormal Psychology (PSYC 285)
Psychological Assessment (PSYC 320)
Introduction to Clinical Psychology (PSYC 345)
Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (PSYC 444)
Research Methods in Psychology I (PSYC 311)
Graduate Research and Training Opportunities:
NO Not accepting new graduate students
Undergraduate Research and Training Opportunities:
YES Sometimes have undergraduate opportunities in course development
Murphy, J.A., Rawlings, E.I., & Howe, S.R. (2002). A survey of clinical psychologists on treating lesbian, gay, and bisexual clients. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 33(2), 183-189.