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Mark McLeod, Ph.D. (Emory University, 1981) Director, Licensed Psychologist, Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor of Psychology, Clinical Interests: Family and Couples Therapy; Child Therapy; Interpersonal Therapy; Consultation; Peer Counseling Training and Research; Mental Health Issues Related to Study Abroad.

Pamela J. Epps, Ph.D. (Emory University, 1989) Associate Director for Training, Licensed Psychologist, Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor of Psychology, Clinical Interests: Trauma Survivors; Cultural Diversity and Cultural Competence; Family Systems; Interpersonal Psychotherapy; Women's Issues; Use of Metaphor in Treatment.

Cynthia Whitehead-LaBoo, Ph.D. (Ohio State University, 1991) Associate Director for Clinical Services, Licensed Psychologist, Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor of Psychology, Clinical Interests: Developmental Issues; Self-Esteem and Self-Image; Eating Disorders Treatment.

 
Faughn Adams, Psy.D.
(Illinois School of Prfessional Psychology, 1996) Licensed Psychologist, Practicum Coordinator, Clinical Interests: Human Sexuality including Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation; Ethics and Competencies; Sociocultural Influences on Mental Health; Humanistic Psychotherapy
Leslie Campis, Ph.D. (University of Alabama, 1986) Licensed Psychologist, Adjunct Professor of Psychology, Clinical Interests: Trauma and Recovery; Psychology of Women; Life Span Development; Coping and Resiliency.
D. Thandi Chase, L.C.S.W. (Howard University, 1998; Post-MSW Fellowship, Yale School of Medicine, Child Study Center, 1998-2000) Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Clinical Interests: Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Women's Issues, Trauma and Recovery, Sexual Identity Development, Working with International Students.
Linda Craighead, Ph.D. (The Pennsylvania State University, 1976) Licensed Psychologist, Professor of Psychology, Clinical Interests: Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Eating Disorder Treatment and Research, Cognitive Behavior Therapy.
Mary Lisa Henry, M.S.W., Ph.D. (Smith College School for Social Work: MSW, 1992; Ph.D., 2004) Licensed Clinical Social Worker Adjunct Assistant Professor, Emory University Department of Psychiatry; Clinical Assistant Professor, Smith College School of Social Work. Clinical Interests: Object Relations & Self Psychology; Family Systems; Dialectical Behavior Therapy; Group Psychotherapy.
David Moore, M.D. (Wright State University School of Medicine, 1993) Psychiatrist, Clinical Interests: Psychodynamic Psychotherapy; Mood Disorders; Chronic Mental Illness; Psychopharmacology.
Manisha Shroff, M.D. (University of South Carolina, 2002) Psychiatrist, Clinical Interests: Addiction Psychiatry, the interface between medicine and psychiatry.
 
Ben Stillman, Psy.D
. (Loyola College in Maryland, 2005) Licensed Psychologist, Group Coordinator, Clinical Interests: Sexual and Gender Identity Issues, Group Therapy, Identity Development, Sexuality, Multicultural Therapy, and Object Relations Theory/Therapy.
 
Jane Yang, Ph.D.
(University of Southern California, 2006) Licensed Psychologist, Outreach Coordinator, Clinical Interests: Identity development of racial/ethnic minority students; women's issues, including relationship violence and sexual assault; spiritual concerns; Asian American family functioning.

 

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