Clinical Psychology Faculty

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Joye Anestis, Ph.D.

Nina Bell Suggs Professor of Psychology and Clinical Externship Coordinator

Research Interests: Adult externalizing behaviors and syndromes, personality assessment, clinical outcomes.


Michael Anestis, Ph.D.

Associate Professor and Chair of Clinical Admissions

Research Interests: Risk factors for suicidal behavior in both military and civilian populations. Suicide risk factors of particular interest include firearms, the capacity for suicide, pain response, and emotion dysregulation. Projects also consider risk factors for non-suicidal self injury.


Randolph Arnau, Ph.D.


Research Interests: Clinical personality assessment, measure development, and sex addiction.  I also have interests in positive psychology, specifically the adaptive functions of humor, hopefulness, and mindfulness.   


Dan Capron, Ph.D

Nina Bell Suggs Professor of Psychology

Research Interests: anxiety-related cognitive vulnerability factors, anxiety sensitivity and suicide


Nora Charles, Ph.D

Assistant Professor

Research Interests: Adolescence, substance use, externalizing behaviors


Bradley Green, Ph.D.

Professor and Director of the Psychology Clinic

Research Interests: Assessment development and validation, addiction, personality factors in psychopathology, multivariate statistical analysis.


Sara Sytsma Jordan, Ph.D.

Associate Professor and Director of Clinical Training

Research Interests: Child routines, parenting practices, correlates of externalizing behavior problems in young children, pediatric psychology, measure development and psychometric evaluation, measurement and evaluation of children's routines.


Stephanie Smith, Ph.D

Nina Bell Suggs Professor of Psychology

Research Interests: Child & adolescent psychopathology; improving intervention/prevention efforts for ADHD, aggression, & conduct problems; identifying mechanisms of change.