Meet the MS Clinical Faculty
We currently have six full time faculty in the MS Clinical Psychology program. All faculty teach multiple classes in the graduate program and participate in both mentoring and case consultations with second year students. Each faculty member evaluates first and second year comprehensive exams and is essential in the graduate students into our program.
Dr. Callaghan teaches classes in assessment & case conceptualization and psychopharmacology. He conducts research on the assessment and delivery of psychotherapy for body image disturbance, depression, and personality disorders. His research also focuses on interpersonal relationship factors in psychotherapy, and idiographic assessment and classification systems. He conducts therapy and supervision from a functional contextual and behavioral perspective focusing on both intra- and interpersonal repertoires and problems.
Dr. Capriotti teaches child psychopathology treatment and our evidence based practice course and research evaluation courses. His research aims to harness the power of behavioral principles to reduce human suffering. One major line of his work focuses on developing, testing, and disseminating evidence-based interventions for young people with obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders (e.g., chronic tic disorders and trichotillomania (hair-pulling disorder) and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). He also pursues research aimed at identifying and resolving health and healthcare disparities faced by young people who are sexual and gender minorities (e.g., lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people). Dr. Capriotti conducts therapy and supervision from a contemporary behavioral perspective.
Dr. Gregg teaches our courses in adult psychopathology the theories and methods of
psychotherapy. Her research interests are in avoidance coping, chronic health conditions,
PTSD, and primary care. She is specialist in conducting and training Acceptance and
Commitment Therapy. Dr. Gregg conducts therapy and supervision from an existential
and functional contextual or third wave behavioral perspective.
Dr. Klaw teaches courses in cultural awareness and sensitivity, modern family issues,
and group psychotherapy. Dr. Klaw’s research interests are in clinical and community
psychology, mentoring, gender roles, relationship violence, and adolescent development.
She conducts supervision from a feminist, psychodynamic, and community perspective
with adolescents, adults, and couples.
Dr. Prins teaches courses in couples and family psychotherapy and in trauma and crisis
interventions. Dr. Prins’ research interests are in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder,
the prevention of PTSD, clinical training, and program evaluation. She conducts therapy
and supervision from a foundation of empirically supported therapies for a variety
of problems with children, adults and couples, particularly veterans and other individuals
with trauma and stress experiences.
Dr. Woodhead’s teaches courses in ethics, lifespan development, and the treatment
of addictions. Her research interests include health care decision making among older
adults, interventions to facilitate mental health treatment among older adults, and
increasing aging content in undergraduate and graduate psychology curricula. Dr. Woodhead
treats adults and older populations. She approaches therapy from a cognitive behavioral