Please Note: I will be accepting new doctoral students into my lab for the 2013-14 academic year and welcome inquiries about my lab and our doctoral program in clinical psychology. UM-St. Louis undergraduate students interested in potentially gaining research experience within my lab are encouraged to email me for more information. Doctoral clinical psychology students who are active in my lab are eligible to complete an emphasis area in Behavioral Medicine or Gender & Diversity Studies, depending upon the specific focus of their research. Some, but not all, of the students in my lab complete the University of Missouri-St. Louis Certificate in Undergraduate Teaching or the Graduate Certificate in Gerontology.
My current teaching responsibilities include:
At the undergraduate level:
Psych 2245 Abnormal Psychology
Psych 2280 Psychology of Death & Dying
At the graduate level:
Psych 7434 Introduction to Clinical Interventions
Psych 7431 Clinical Supervision
I am also a member of the UM-St. Louis Safe Zone community and welcome the opportunity to work with students from diverse backgrounds. Click here for a description of my philosophy of teaching.