I strongly believe in a collaborative approach to teaching and clinical training. I strive to engage students in thought-provoking discussions related to the practice of clinical psychology in a variety of settings/contexts. My goal is help train highly competent, socially responsible, ethical clinicians who are well-versed in empirically-supported assessment and intervention.
I enjoy teaching students in the doctoral program; they are passionate, engaging, and open to varying perspectives—traits that will serve them well as they go on to become practicing psychologists. Due to the lack of psychological services in our communities, our program graduates will be well-placed to make significant and meaningful contributions to the fields of mental health and psychology.