Fall 2015 Vol. 4 No. 1
The Newsletter for the University of Detroit Mercy Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology
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Alumni News We provide a forum for alumni to let the Doctoral Program community know what you’re doing. If you’d like to let us know what professional activities you have been involved with and to share pertinent information with your colleagues, then go to the link: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/990255/3272906f1cad You could also send alumni news to the program via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you know of any alumni who did not receive a copy of the newsletter, please feel free to forward a copy to them and encourage them to get in touch with us, so that we can update the alumni database. Adam "Toby" Lynch, Ph.D. (2014) completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Post-deployment Readjustment and Substance Use at VA Boston Healthcare System (8/2015). He has accepted a full-time Clinical Psychologist position at Massachusetts General Hospital (8/2015). Dennis Ortman, Ph.D. (1995) published a new book entitled: Anxiety Anonymous: The Big Book on anxiety Addiction (2015), MSI Press. Änna Pettway, Ph.D. (2014) accepted a tenure-track position as Assistant Professor of Psychology at Bryan College. She will begin teaching in August 2015. Bryan College is a small, highly-ranked, liberal arts institution in Dayton, TN (just north of Chattanooga). She is excited about being able to mentor the next generation of psychologists and also hopes to provide assessment and therapy services in the Chattanooga area as there is an overwhelming need for psychologists in the area.
Mark your calendars! (Note New Date) Annual UDM Doctoral Program Picnic Saturday September 17, 2016 McNichols Campus Faculty, Students, Practicum/Internship Directors, Clinic Supervisors, and Alumni are welcome to attend
In Memoriam Bernard A. Green Ph.D., age 77, of Ferndale, Michigan died June 23, 2015 at his home in Ferndale. Dr. Green was born January 2, 1938 in Brooklyn, New York. He was a graduate of New York City College, and went on to complete his Ph.D. in Psychology at the University of Michigan. Dr. Green joined the faculty at the University of Detroit in 1973, where he was fiercely supportive of his students and teaching, while equally energetic about the field of Psychology. He spent nearly 35 years as a professor at UDM, during most of which he served as Director of the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology. He spearheaded the APA accreditation process for the Ph.D. program, which was achieved in 1988. He was highly regarded as a teacher and psychotherapist by the psychological community of Metro Detroit. He was a strong advocate for the Ph.D. program during his years as DCT, and he also provided strong support and encouragement to those who succeeded him. Peggy Stack, Ph.D. noted, “I will always treasure the ‘epic poem’ on the tenure process, that he wrote for Drs. McCown and myself as we reached that milestone.” He retired in 2006. Dr. Green was also a passionate poet who wrote 3 volumes of poetry and short stories. He was a loving father and husband, those who knew him will never forget his kindness, wit, and sense of humor. Dr. Green is survived by his children, Jacob (Ashe) Green, Katherine (Karyn) Green, his granddaughter Alice Green, and his sister Beverly (Paul) Caldwell.
Jesse Bell, Ph.D., supervisor at the University of Detroit Mercy Psychology Clinic and former Internship Director of University Psychiatric Services-Jefferson Ave of Wayne State University School of Medicine, died suddenly on May 31, 2015. He was 61 yrs. old. Dr. Bell was a native of Detroit, graduated from Cass Technical High School and received his undergraduate degree from Eastern Michigan University. He received his Master’s and Doctoral degrees from Columbia University in New York. He returned to Detroit in 1980 and he served on the staff of Lafayette Clinic, where he saw patients, engaged in research and trained and supervised psychology interns until the closure of Lafayette Clinic in 1993. Subsequently, he became director of the APA accredited UPCJefferson predoctoral internship in Clinical Psychology. Cheryl Munday, Ph.D. noted, “Jesse Bell was a dedicated psychologist who touched the lives of many during his professional career. As a hospital staff psychologist, he was a staunch advocate for humane and quality care during a time when public, hospital-based services were sharply curtailed and when Lafayette Clinic was closed. As a fellow internship director, he was a generous and supportive colleague. As a Psychology Clinic supervisor, he was a kind, highly effective teacher whose students felt valued and confident about his commitment to their development. And as I came to learn recently, he was a devoted family man with deep religious faith. No matter the occasion, no matter the task at hand, he was optimistic, yet pragmatic, shrewdly diplomatic and always someone I just enjoyed being around. He will be sorely missed.” Dr. Bell is survived by his wife, Brenda and two daughters Marissa and Allison.
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Visiting Professor 2015 Ken Corbett, Ph.D.
technique and also is at work on A Murder Over a Girl, a nonfiction account of the murder of one boy by another. Dr. Corbett teaches at the New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, supervises nationally and has a private practice in New York City.
Dennis Apker, M.A., Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology, presented his psychotherapy case for discussion. Mr. Apker will undertake his first external practicum experience at the Federal Correctional Institution-Milan during the 2015-16 academic year. The Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute brings a Visiting Professor of Psychoanalysis to Michigan in March or April of each year for a week-long series of talks and case conferences with the students and faculty at the local universities. The presentation at UDM is co-sponsored by the UDM Psychology Clinic. Previous Visiting Scholars include Otto Kernberg, Jacob Arlow, Charles Brenner, Mark Solms, Peter Fonagy, Owen Renick and Leo Rangell, amongst many others. The program serves to strengthen collaborative relationships with academic Above: Ken Corbett, Ph.D. and Dennis Apker, M.A. Below: Dr. Corbett listens to Mr. Apkerâ€™s presentation of clinical material.
and other allied institutions. The 2016 Visiting Professor Program has invited Andrea Celenza, Ph.D.. Dr. Celenza is Assistant Clinical Professor, Harvard Medical School Faculty,
Ken Corbett, Ph.D. is a noted psychoanalyst and author of the 2009 book, Boyhoods: Rethinking Masculinities. A graduate of Columbia University in clinical and developmental psychology, Dr. Corbett has a longstanding interest in gender studies. He is currently working on the role of play in psychotherapeutic
Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis Training and Supervising Analyst, Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute. 2016 will be the 30th annual Visiting Professor program.
Doctoral Program Collaborates with UDM School of Dentistryâ€™s Summer Enrichment Program Left: First year doctoral student Latoya Taylor, MA, assists predental students discuss psychology concepts relevant to dentistry. Right: Fifth year doctoral student Tyler Boonstra, MA, guides a discussion group. Tyler also provided lectures to the Summer Enrichment Program Students on relaxation techniques amd motivational interviewing.
The Doctoral Program was again affiliated with a grant
perceptions of personal appearance, differences in the
from the Health Resources and Services Administration
experiences of patients across the age spectrum, and the
(HRSA) as part of the Health Career Opportunities
importance of recognizing diversity in the practice
Program (HCOP) awarded to the UDM Dental School
to provide an educational experience for economically and educationally disadvantaged undergraduates. The purpose of the grant was to assist these students to develop skills to apply for and be accepted into dental school. Educational experiences included multiprofessional exposure.
Doctoral students served as group facilitators to assist dental students engage in exercises related to the concepts being taught in the workshop. Pre-dental Students discussed hypothetical cases that had significant psychological dimensions to find ways of maximizing their work with patients. The inter-
This year the program facilitated the inter-professional
professional education workshop was one component
educational workshop for the dental students. The
of their Summer Enrichment Program. In 2014, the
program worked with Deirdre Young, DDS to put
doctoral program partnered with the School of
together the modules for the workshop. The modules
Dentistry to include a program for psychology
covered the importance of inter-professional education
undergraduates as well. We anticipate future
and multi-disciplinary work in healthcare settings. The
collaborations based upon our successful work together
workshop addressed concepts related to experiences of
these last two years.
anxiety and its causes, shame in relation to self
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Internship News Nine UDM students matched with APA accredited pre-doctoral internships for 2015-2016.
MENATALLA ADS INST MULTICULTURAL COUNS&ED SVS LOS ANGELES, CA PSYCHOLOGY INTERNSHIP ABIR ALDHALIMI YALE UNIVERSITY - PSYCHIATRY NEW HAVEN, CT YNHH: BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE SERV ADNAN JABER AURORA MENTAL HEALTH CENTER AURORA, CO ADULT EMPHASIS
Distinguished Student Research Award 2015 Jean Ikanga Laura Richardson At the Honors Convocation on
primary healthcare setting an
March 22, 2015 the UDM
important contribution to the
Doctoral Program in Clinical
field, she had presented several
Psychology presented the
posters at conferences and was
Distinguished Student Research
a co-author on multiple
Award jointly to, Jean Ikanga and
publications. She also was first
Laura Richardson This award is
author for a poster that won 1st
for distinguished research as
place at the 2014 Society for
recognized by faculty and
conference. Ms. Richardson
MINDEE S JUVE VA MEDICAL CENTER - MILWAUKEE MILWAUKEE, WI PSYCHOLOGY INTERNSHIP
Elizabeth Hill, Ph.D., Dr. Ikanga’s
MARY NICOLE MONAHAN HENRY FORD HEALTH SCIENCES CTR DETROIT, MI CONSULTATION-LIAISON (HEALTH)
that he already had a manuscript
EMILIA D. SHINNE LOUIS STOKES CLEVELAND DVA MED CLEVELAND, OH MENTAL HEALTH/GENERAL TRACK ARTHUR SMITH-VAUGHAN FEDERAL MEDICAL CENTER, CARSWELL, TX FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISONS ARTHUR UNZUETA VA MEDICAL CENTER - BATTLE CREEK BATTLE CREEK, MI GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY CHRISTINE G URGO DE LOZANO UNIVERSITY OF AKRON AKRON, OH PSYCHOLOGY INTERNSHIP
dissertation chair, noted that “his dissertation was exemplary” and
ready to submit and had presented a poster at a neuropsychological conference related to his dissertation work. Jean was first author on: The Association
was invited to submit an article based upon her dissertation, Clinical Utility of the Social Cognition and Object Relations Scale in a Primary Care Setting, to a special section of the Journal of Personality Assessment related to scoring narrative data.
Between the years of Essential
Both students received
Hypertension and Memory:
Protective Effect of Cognitive
placements with Dr. Ikanga
working at Emory University
School of Medicine and Dr.
(INS): 43rd Annual Meeting,
Richardson working at
Harvard University School of
Barry Dauphin, Ph.D., Dr. Richardson’s dissertation chair, noted that not only was Laura’s dissertation on somatization in a
Medicine. Join us in congratulating them on this accomplishment!
2015 Commencement Left: Graduates line up for procession to Callahan Hall | Center: Students ready to receive diplomas and be hooded | Right: Fr. Jean Ikanga taking pictures with happy relatives.
Commencement 2015 and Dissertation Titles Iren Assar. Ethnic Identity, Family Ethnic Socialization, Religiosity, and Psychological Adjustment in Middle Eastern Emerging Adults: A Risk and Resiliency Framework. Chairperson: Judy McCown, Ph.D. Molly E. Gabriel. The Study of Clinical Judgement as it is Affected by Theoretical Orientation and Experience Level. Chairperson: Barry Dauphin, Ph.D. William C. Guy. The Influence of Skin Tone, Skin Color, and Gender on Ratings of Facial Attractiveness. Chairperson: Carol Weisfeld, Ph.D. Hailey G. Hegland. Shyness and Shame in Online Dating. Chairperson: Elizabeth Hill, Ph.D. Bruce Howard. Racial Identity Salience and its Effect on College Studentsâ€™ Attitudes toward Interracial Dating: Implications toward Choosing a Potential Mate. Chairperson: Carol Weisfeld, Ph.D. Jean N. Ikanga. Cognitive Reserve as Neuroprotection for Cognitive Function in Individuals with Clinical Hypertension. Chairperson: Elizabeth Hill, Ph.D. Laura Richardson. Attachment and Interpersonal Relatedness as Models Predicting Somatization, Physical Health, and Utilization in Primary Care. Chairperson: Barry Dauphin, Ph.D.
Please join us in congratulating the following students on their postdoctoral fellowships: Molly Gabriel, Ph.D. Fr. Jean Ikanga, SVD, Ph.D. McLaren-Flint: Clinical Health Postdoctoral Fellow in Psychology Psychology Emory University School of Medicine Michigan State University College Atlanta, GA of Human Medicine Flint, MI
Laura Richardson, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Fellow in Clinical Psychology Massachusetts General Hospital Harvard Medical School Boston, MA
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Recent Publications and Presentations of our Faculty Faculty names in Bold and Doctoral Student Names in Italics.
Publications Abraham, K. M., Miller, C. J., Birgenheir, D. G., Lai, Z., & Kilbourne, A. M. (2014). Self-efficacy and quality of life among people with bipolar disorder. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 202, 583-588. Abraham, K. M., Ganoczy, D., Yosef, M., Resnick, S. G., & Zivin, K. (2014). Receipt of employment services among Veterans Health Administration users with psychiatric diagnoses. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 51, 404-414. Kilbourne, A. M., Goodrich, D. E., Lai, Z., Almirall, D., Nord, K. M., Bowersox, N. W., & Abraham, K. M. (2015). Reengaging veterans with serious mental illness into care: Preliminary results from a national randomized trial. Psychiatric Services, 66, 90-93. Kilbourne, A. M., Almirall, D. A., Goodrich, D. E., Lai, Z., Abraham, K. M., Nord, K. M., Bowersox, N. (2014). Enhancing outreach for persons with serious mental illness: 12-month results from a cluster randomized trial of an adaptive implementation strategy. Implementation Science, 9: 778. Readdick, C. A. (2014). Irish families & globalization: Conversations about belonging & identity across space & time. In L. B. Blume (Series Ed.), Groves Monographs on Marriage & Family, Vol. 3. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Publishing. Blume, L. B. (2015). Enter Act II: JFTR 2014-2018. Journal of Family Theory and Review, 7(1), 1-3. Greene, H. H., & Brown, James M. (2015). Effects of Simulated Scotomas on Pre-saccadic Fixation Durations. Journal of Vision, 15(12), 208. doi: 10.1167/15.12.208. Greene, H. H., Brown, J. M., & Dauphin, B. (2014). When do you look where you look? A visual field asymmetry. Vision Research, 102, 33-40. Greene, H. H., Brown, J. M. & Dauphin, B. (2014). A visual field asymmetry in pre-saccadic fixation durations. Journal of Vision, 14, 1213. Henze, E.E.C., Williams, R.L., von Mizener, B.H., Brown, K.S. (2013). Additive Effects of Performance Feedback and Contingent Rewards on Reading Outcomes. Journal of Evidence Based Practices for Schools, 14(2), 104-133. Jaspers, K.E., Skinner, C.H., Henze, E.E.C., McCane-Boling, S.J., Rowlette, E.F. (2014). Occasioning Behaviors that Cause Learning. In S. G. Little & A. Akin-Little (Eds.), Academic assessment and intervention. New York: Routledge. Dillon, L.M., Nowak, N.T., Weisfeld, G.E., Weisfeld, C.C., Shattuck, K.S., ImamoÄ&#x;lu, E.O., Butovskaya, M. & Shen. (2015). Sources of marital conflict in five cultures. Evolutionary Psychology, 13(1): 1-15. Dillon, L.M., Nowak, N.T., Shattuck, K.S., Weisfeld, G.E., Weisfeld, C.C., Imamoglu, E.O., Butovskaya, M., & Shen, J. (2015). When the catâ€™s away, the spouse will play: A Cross-cultural examination of mate guarding in married couples. Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, DOI 10.1556/JEP-D-13-00003. Stack, M. (2014). Revision of Instructor's Manual for King, Human sexuality today, 8th edition. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson. Weisfeld, C.C. & Silveri, A. (2014). A Healthy Respect for Sex Differences, with CVD and PTSD as Cautionary Lessons. In Peter LaFreniere and Glenn Weisfeld (Eds.), Evolutionary Science of Human Behavior: An Interdisciplinary Approach. (pp. 381-412). New York: Linus Learning. Weisfeld, G. & Weisfeld, C.C. (2014). An evolutionary analysis of marriage. In P. LaFreniere and G. Weisfeld (Eds.), Evolutionary Science of Human Behavior: An interdisciplinary approach. (pp. 307-326). New York: Linus Learning.
Dillon, L.M., Nowak, N.T., Shattuck, K.S., Weisfeld, G.E., Weisfeld, C.C., Imamoglu, E.O., Butovskaya, M., & Shen, J. (2014). Attractiveness and Spousal Infidelity as Predictors of Sexual Fulfillment without the marriage Partner in Couples from Five Cultures. Human Ethology Bulletin, 29(1), 18-38. Faculty Presentations Jones, J., Abell, S. & MacDonald, D. (2015). Levels of religious and spiritual beliefs of academic psychologists. Paper presentation (Div. 36 "Data Blitz") to Div. 36 (Psychology of Religion) at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Abraham, K. M., Beehler, S., Bell, M., & Hunt, M. G. (2015, June). Community psychology and the Veterans Health Administration (VHA): Values, challenges, and opportunities for community psychologists. Round table discussion presented at the 15th Biennial Conference for the Society for Community Research and Action, Lowell, MA. Abraham, K. M., Sata, M. J., Lewis, S. B., Nantais, C. A. F., Flinn, R. E., & Hodge, K. (2015, June). Peer support specialists in the workplace: An application of the empowerment process model. Poster presented at the 15th Biennial Conference for the Society for Community Research and Action, Lowell, MA. Abraham, K. M. (2015, August). Employment Outcomes of VA Compensated Work Therapy: Fiscal Years 2006â€” 2010. In K. M. Abraham & K. Zivin (co-Chairs), Veterans with Mental Health Conditions and Unemployment---Across the Continuum. Symposium conducted at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Dauphin, B. (2015). Maintaining a Psychodynamic Focus in a University Setting. Paper presented to the Division 39 Spring Conference, Section V Panel The Disappearance of Psychoanalytic Thinking from the Public Sector: Definite Problems, Possible Solutions, April 24, 2015, San Francisco, CA. Juve, M., Dauphin, B., and Greene, H. (2015). The Heat Is On: Measuring Interest Areas on the Rorschach Using Heat Mapping Techniques. Poster presented to the Society for Personality Assessment. Brooklyn, NY March 5, 2015. Christoff, M., Lotter, H. and Dauphin, B (2015). Whatâ€™s Love Got To Do With It? The Affect Neuroscience Personality Scales, Need for Affect, and Sexual Desire Inventory. Poster presented to the Society for Personality Assessment. Brooklyn, NY March 6, 2015. Lotter, H., Christoff, M. and Dauphin, B. (2015). Together at Last? Primary Process Affect, Object Representations, and Defensiveness. Poster presented to the Society for Personality Assessment. Brooklyn, NY March 5, 2015. Lotter, H. and Dauphin, B. (2014). Playing With Primary Process, Defenses, and ObjectRepresentations. Poster Presented at the American Psychological Association Convention, August 8, Washington, DC. Lalonde, C. and Dauphin, B. (2014). Understanding Secondary Trauma for Psychotherapists: Risk Factors and Moderating Influences. Poster Presented at the American Psychological Association Convention, August 8, Washington, DC. Tepatti, T, & Greene, H. H. (2014). Regional Eye movement Processing of Webpages. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters, Auburn Hills, MI. Henze, E. & Shier, A. (2014). The Effect of Weekly Quizzes for Credit versus No Credit on Student Performance. Poster presented at the annual conference of the Midwestern Psychological Association/Society for the Teaching of Psychology, Chicago, Il. Miller, N.& Henze, E. (2014). Measuring Mental Illness Stigma in an Introductory Psychology Course. Poster presented at the annual conference of the Midwestern Psychological Association/Society for the Teaching of Psychology, Chicago, Il.
Golomb, S., Henze, E. & Fasko, S.N. (2014). Between a Rock and a Hard Place: A Training Program’s Answer to a Reluctant Field. Presented at the 2014 conference of the Trainers in School Psychology, Washington, DC. Aldhalimi, A. Sen, A., Wright., A. M., Arnetz, J., Hill, E., Jamil., H., Ghosh, S., Stemmer, P.M., Park, P.M., Motishita, M., Ruden, D., & Arnetz, B.B. Lead Enhances the Effect of Trauma on HPA Axis-Associated Gene Expression. American Psychosomatic Society Conference: 73rd Annual Scientific Meeting, Savannah, GA (March, 2015). Ikanga, J. & Hill, E.M., The Association Between the years of Essential Hypertension and Memory: Protective Effect of Cognitive Reserve. International Neuropsychological Society (INS): 43rd Annual Meeting, Denver, CO (February 2015). Munday, C. and Dauphin, B. (2014). Hidden in Plain Sight: Psychodynamic Training in the World of Accreditation. Presented at the American Psychological Association Convention, August 7, Washington, DC. Zhong, X., Slowik, L., Archey, D., Zarkowski, P., Zimmerman-Oster, K., & Todoroff, R. (March 2015) Barriers for women in STEM in the Academy: A case study. Presentation to Michigan Association for Higher Education conference, Grand Rapids, MI. Zhong, X., Slowik, L., Archey, D., Zarkowski, P., Zimmerman-Oster, K., & Todoroff, R. (2015) Assessment of the challenges of STEM women faculty in an urban predominantly undergraduate university. Presentation to May 2015 Association for Women In Science Conference Slowik, L.H., Cabanilla-Jacobs, L. & Smith-Vaughan, A. 2015. Dental anxiety, periodontal patients, and their shame/embarrassment. Poster presented at the 2015 Celebration of Scholarly Achievement, University of Detroit Mercy, Detroit, MI. Shattuck, K.S., Weisfeld, C.C., & Weisfeld, G.E. (2015). Similarities and differences between heterosexual and homosexual couples based on MARQ data. Paper presented at the Summer Institute of the International Society for Human Ethology, Athens, Greece, May 2015. DeLecce, T., Weisfeld, G.E., & Weisfeld, C.C. (2015). Evolutionary explanations for sex differences and similarities in how nonmarital breakups are experienced. Paper presented at the Summer Institute of the International Society for Human Ethology, Athens, Greece, May 2015. Weisfeld, C.C., & Weisfeld, G.E. (2015). Owen Aldis: His legacy and his work. Paper presented at the Summer Institute of the International Society for Human Ethology, Athens, Greece, May 2015. DeLecce, T., Shattuck, K., Weisfeld, C.C. & Stack, M. (2014). Sex Differences in Married Couples’ Nonverbal Behavior as a Function of Marital Dynamics. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Society for Human Ethology, Belem, Brazil, August 2014. Shattuck, K.S., Weisfeld, C.C., Weisfeld, G.E., & Stack, M. (2014). Experimenter effect in observational studies: Does experimenter gender affect mate guardingbehavior? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Society for Human Ethology, Belem, Brazil, August 2014. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________
Faculty News Linda Slowik, Ph.D., Leyvee Cabanilla Jacobs, DDS (Periodontal department at the School of Dentistry), and Arthur SmithVaughan (doctoral student) were awarded the “Building Bridges Award” for their research on dental anxiety experienced by periodontal patients. This award is sponsored by the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR), one of 27 institutes and centers that make up the National Institutes of Health. Kristen Abraham, Ph.D. (Principal Investigator) and Cheryl Munday, Ph.D. have been awarded a grant from NIH for their proposal: Social Determinants of Primary Care Utilization among Urban Community Mental Health Center Patients with Serious Mental Illness. Cheryl Munday, Ph.D. was recognized as one of the 2015 Women of Excellence Honorees in the Michigan Chronicle article, “Michigan Chronicle Announces the 2015 Women Of Excellence Honorees.”
Doctoral Students Present Research
Maria Christoff presents: Christoff, M., Lotter, H., and Dauphin, B. (2015). Relationships Between Primary Affect Systems and Attachment Styles: A Preliminary Investigation to the APA 2015 Convention. Toronto, CA. Cathleen LaLonde presents: LaLonde, C., Cogan, R., Markova, T., and Porcerelli, J. (2015). Object Relations Inventory: A Multimethod Validity Study with Urban Women Using Primary Care. Poster presented to the Society for Personality Assessment. Brooklyn, NY John Jones presents: Jones, J., Abell, S., and MacDonald, D. (2015). Levels of Religious and Spiritual Beliefs of Academic Psychologists to the APA 2015 Convention. Toronto, CA.
Laura Richardson presenting: Richardson, L., Porcerelli, J., Dauphin, B., Morris, P. and Murdoch, W. (2015). Attachment and Interpersonal Relatedness as Models Predicting Somatization, Physical Health and Healthcare Utilization in Primary Care. Paper presented to the Society for Personality Assessment. Brooklyn, NY
Molly Gabriel presents: Gabriel, M., Dauphin, B., Slowik, L., McCown, J. and Maher, J. (2015). The Study of Clinical Judgment as it is Affected by Theoretical Orientation and Experience Level. Paper presented to the American Psychological Association 2015 Convention.
Kristen Hurrell presents: Hurrell, K., Cogan, R., Markova, T., and Porcerelli, J. (2015). Personality Assessment Screener, Childhood Ab use, and Adult Partner-Violence: An Urban PrimaryCare Study of Women Poster presented to the Society for Personality Assessment. Brooklyn, NY
Mena Ads presents: Ads, M. Imamaglu, E., and Weisfeld, C. (2015). Perceived Love, Partnership, and Problems in a Sample of Turkish Couples. Poster presented to the American Psychological Association 2015 Convention.
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Alumni News We would like to provide a forum for alumni to let the Doctoral Program community know what youâ€™re doing. If youâ€™d like to let us know what professional activities you have been involved with and to share pertinent information with your colleagues, then go to the link below: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/990255/3272906f1cad If you know of any alumni who did not receive a copy of the newsletter, please feel free to forward a copy to them and encourage them to get in touch with us, so that we can update the alumni database.
The UDM doctoral program in clinical psychology is based on a practice-oriented scientist-practitioner model and its application to clinical practice resting upon a broad-based theoretical perspective with significant emphasis on a psychoanalytic viewpoint, including both classical and contemporary approaches.
University of Detroit Mercy Doctoral Psychology Program Barry Dauphin, Ph.D. Director of Clinical Training 248 Reno Hall 4001 W. McNichols Rd. Detroit, MI 48221