Psychology Internship Program Faculty
Cheryl Carmin, PhD
Director, Clinical Psychology Training
Justin Barterian, PhD
Justin Barterian, PhD, provides evidence-based treatment to young adults who are experiencing academic and/or mental health challenges, such as poor academic performance, anxiety, depression, and ADHD. Additionally, he performs psychoeducational testing to diagnose ADHD and/or other learning disorders with an emphasis on identifying appropriate interventions and educational accommodations.
Laura Boxley, PhD
Director, Clinical Neuropsychology Training
Laura Boxley, PhD, completed a two-year postdoctoral fellowship specializing in neuropsychology at the Veterans Health Administration Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan. Clinically, Dr. Boxley evaluates cognition and everyday functioning in adults with neurologic and/or major medical conditions. She is also actively involved in education and research.
Nicholas J. K. Breitborde, PhD, ABPP
Director, Early Psychosis Intervention Center (EPICENTER); Professor of Psychology
Kristen M. Carpenter, PhD
Director, Women’s Behavioral Health; Associate Professor of Psychology
Kristin Kuntz, PhD
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry; Associate Professor of Psychology
Kristin Kuntz, PhD, helps patients manage the psychological and psychosocial aspects that often accompany a medical condition and specializes in the assessment and care of organ transplant patients. Her research focuses on the relationship between chronic illness or transplant and psychological aspects, such as depression, anxiety and quality of life.
Sophie Lazarus, PhD
Heather McGinty, PhD
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
Heather L. McGinty, PhD is focused on evidence-based care for both psychosocial distress and symptom management in patients with cancer and their caregivers as well as the evaluation and treatment of general mental health conditions. Her research focuses on psycho-oncology and quality of life during treatment for cancer and cancer survivorship.
Aubrey Moe, PhD
Aubrey Moe, PhD, dedicates her clinical and research efforts to evidence-based assessment and treatment of individuals with recent-onset psychosis or at elevated risk for developing a psychotic illness. Her research focuses on optimizing outcomes for people with psychosis, and in particular on helping people navigate and overcome social challenges. Dr. Moe is also actively involved in the education and training of future mental healthcare providers.
Lawrence Needleman, PhD
Director, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Training
Lawrence Needleman, PhD, specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) assessment and treatment of adults with anxiety disorders. He has extensive expertise in using empirically-supported CBT protocols and works to assess and treat patients who have severe psychopathology after they are discharged from inpatient or partial hospital settings.