EVMS Clinical Psychology Internship Program - Supervisors & Faculty

1. Administrative Personnel

  • The Co-Directors of the Clinical Psychology Internship Program at EVMS are Robert P. Archer, Ph.D. and Barbara A. Cubic, Ph.D.
  • The Predoctoral Clinical Psychology Internship Program Coordinator is Ms. Scheryl Chadwick.

2. Psychology Internship Training Committee

The major administrative body for the EVMS Clinical Psychology Internship Program is the Psychology Internship Training Committee. The committee meets once every two months to review the policies and procedures of the internship program, to make necessary and appropriate modifications and develop new policies as needed, and to review Intern progress and performance. The composition of the Psychology Internship Training Committee consists of the Co-Directors of the Internship Program, the supervisors from major-rotation training sites, and an intern class representative.


3. Core Supervisors (EVMS fulltime faculty)

  • Robert P. Archer, Ph.D., ABPP (University of South Florida), Internship Co-Director; assessment and treatment of adolescents, objective personality assessment research, and forensic psychology
  • J.D. Ball, Ph.D., ABPP (University of Virginia), clinical neuropsychological assessment, psychotherapy
  • Barbara A. Cubic, Ph.D. (Louisiana State University), Internship Co-Director and Outpatient Training Clinic Director; cognitive therapy, women's issues, eating disorders, depression, anxiety disorders
  • Richard W. Handel, Ph.D. (Kent State University), cognitive therapy, anxiety disorders, objective personality assessment research
  • Kathrin Hartmann, Ph.D. (Pacific Graduate School of Psychology), child, adolescent and adult psychotherapy, immigration and minority issues
  • Allison Knight, Ph.D., (University of Virginia), learning processes, psychological assessment, psychology in medical education, attachment theory, and positive psychology
  • Serina A. Neumann, Ph.D. (University of Maryland), cognitive behavioral therapy, depression, anxiety disorders, couple's therapy and behavioral medicine, including biofeedback
  • James Paulson, Ph.D. ( University of North Carolina at Greensboro), pediatric behavioral medicine
  • Alexandra Price, Psy.D. (Florida Institute of Technology), Civil Psychology
  • Diana Schofield, Ph.D. (Baylor University), child clinical psychology, trauma and attachment disorders, psychological assessment
  • Michael L. Stutts, Ph.D. (University of Louisville), traumatic brain injury, stroke, neuropsychological assessment; rehabilitation psychology
  • Markita Wolf, Psy.D., forensics, adoption therapy
     

4. Additional Faculty (If affiliated with EVMS the department is listed; Specialty presented on for the internship is listed after the faculty member's name)

  • Paul Aravich, Ph.D., Department of Pathology/Anatomy, Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Geriatrics & Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, neuroanatomy
  • Karen Armstrong, Ph.D., geriatrics
  • Kathy Babel, Psy.D., cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Jerome Blackman, M.D., FAPA, FIPA, FAPSA, psychoanalytic therapy
  • Daniel Bluestein, M.D. Dept. of Family and Community Medicine, integrated care
  • Stephen I. Deutsch, M.D., Ph.D., Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, journal club and cognitive neurosciences reading series
  • William J. Duane, Ph.D., suicide assessment and prevention
  • Stephanie Eppinger, Psy.D., treatment of veterans
  • Paul Fisher, Speech Pathologist, aphasia
  • Lisa Fore-Arcand, Ed.D., Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, balancing family and career
  • Laura Forman, Psy.D., individual, family and marital therapy
  • Suzanne K. Getz-Gregg, Ph.D., early childhood, play therapy
  • William Hathaway, Ph.D., spiritual and religious considerations in treatment
  • Frank Kirchner, M.D., LGBT issues
  • Michael Kohn, Psy.D., forensics
  • Louise Lubin, Ph.D., individual psychotherapy
  • Katie Lynch, Psy.D., surviving in private practice
  • Alaa-Eldin Mahmoud, M.D., treatment considerations for middle eastern population
  • Paula Markham, Psy.D., treatment considerations for the deaf and hard of hearing
  • Lisa Newman, Psy.D., professional development
  • Ninoska Peterson, Ph.D., bariatrics
  • David Spiegel, M.D., Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, consultation liaison
  • J. Catesby Ware, Ph.D., sleep disorders