Clinical Faculty Members

Research Interests: Anxiety, Memory, Cognitive-behavioural treatments
Clinical/Professional Interests: Anxiety disorders, Trauma, Eating disorders
Theoretical Orientation: Cognitive-Behavioural 
Research Interests: Community mental health, De-institutionalization, Homelessness, Mental health services, Program evaluation, Social services
Clinical/Professional Interests: Community mental health, Program development and evaluation of health and social services
Theoretical Orientation: Community
Research Interests: Interpersonal and natural disasters traumas, complex trauma, vulnerability, victimization and resilience pathways, Youth mental health, mental health disparities, Transcultural adaptation of psychological measures and prevention and intervention programs.
Clinical/Professional Interests:  Trauma and stressor related disorders, anxiety disorders, depression, transcultural and migration issues
Theoretical Orientation: Cognitive-Behavioural, transcultural, integrative
Research Interests: Intellectual and developmental disabilities, Social inclusion, Health disparities, Health and community services research, Assistive technology
Clinical/Professional Interests: Intellectual and developmental Disabilities, Program development and evaluation of health and social services
Theoretical Orientation: Behavioural and system-level/community interventions, Community psychology 
Dr. Serena Corsini-Munt
Research interests: Couples; Health; Sexual health; Genito-pelvic pain; Sexual desire; Sexual dysfunction
Clinical/Professional Interests: Couples, sexual difficulties, relational problems, female genito-pelvic pain
Theoretical Orientation: Cognitive-Behavioural (inclusive of Third-wave CBT), Integrative 
Research Interests: Child and adolescent psychosocial development, genetic disposition, school-related factors, peers, internalizing and social difficulties.
Clinical/Professional Interests: anxiety, depression, parenting practices, autism, school adaptation
Theoretical Orientation: Systemic, Cognitive-Behavioural
Dr. John Hunsley
Research Interests: Health care: Evidence-based psychological practice; Psychological assessment and measurement; Health care: Effects of psychotherapy
Clinical/Professional Interests: Psychological assessment, Anxiety disorders, Mood disorders
Orientation: Cognitive-Behavioural
Research Interests: Neurosciences, Classification of mental and behavioural disorders, Cognitive development, Developmental disorders with genetic etiologies, Neurobiological basis of atypical development, Perception and cognition
Clinical/Professional Interests: Mood disorders, Anxiety disorders
Theoretical Orientation: Cognitive-Behavioural
Research Interests: Adult attachment, Clinical psychology, Heterosexual and homosexual couple relationships, Intimate violence, Physical health, Mental health
Clinical/Professional Interests: Mood disorders, Anxiety disorders, Sleep disorders, Chronic pain, Relationship problems, Couples
Theoretical Orientation: Emotionally Focused Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioural
Research Interests: Forensic psychology, Human sexology, Adult psychopathology
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Theoretical Orientation:
Research Interests: Cancer, Coping and benefit finding, Fear of recurrence, Psychosocial interventions with cancer patients, Stigma related to physical illness
Clinical/Professional Interests: Health psychology, Bereavement, Mood and anxiety disorders
Theoretical Orientation: Cognitive-Behavioural, Existential, Integrative
Research Interests: Anxiety disorders, Cognition and psychopathology, Cognitive-behavioural therapy, Attentional Bias, Dual-Systems Models of Cognition
Clinical/Professional Interests: (Adults & Adolescents) Anxiety disorders, Emotion regulation, Trauma, Depressive disorders
Theoretical Orientation: Cognitive-Behavioural
Research Interests: Human sexuality, Sexual pain disorders, Sexuality and aging
Clinical/Professional Interests: Sexual problems, Relational problems, Pain-related problems
Theoretical Orientation: Cognitive-Behavioural
Research Interests: ADHD and attentional abilities in children, School readiness of at-risk children, Parental involvement in learning, Emotion regulation, Parent-mediated interventions
Clinical/Professional Interests: ADHD, Parenting and learning problems
Theoretical Orientation: Systemic, Cognitive-Behavioural
Research Interests: Child maltreatment, Intervention evaluation, Child behavioural and socio-emotional development
Clinical/Professional Interests: Trauma, Emotional and behavioural difficulties, Family functioning (parenting)
Theoretical Orientation: Cognitive-Behavioural, Systemic
Research Interests: Psychotherapy processes and outcomes, group psychotherapy, eating disorders, attachment.
Clinical/Professional Interests: Individual and group psychotherapy, interpersonal problems, depression
Theoretical Orientation: Interpersonal, psychodynamic.
Research Interests: Adolescent mental health, Depressive vulnerability factors, Measurement
Clinical/Professional Interests: Depression (Unipolar, bipolar, dysthymia), Anxiety (PD,OCD, GAD, SAD), Relationship problems, Personality disorders, Stress management, Pain management, Grief and loss, Psychological interventions in a primary care setting
Theoretical Orientation: Cognitive-Behavioural, Interpersonal
Research Interests: Online social and sexual activities, Internet- and technology-mediated communications, Cyberpsychology, Internet and Mobile research methods, Internet and Mobile-enhanced mental health services, Cognitive-behavioural theory
Clinical/Professional Interests: Adult trauma-related disorders, Mood disorders, Anxiety disorders, Difficulties related to Internet use
Theoretical Orientation: Cognitive-Behavioural, (including third-wave CBT)
Dr. Monnica T. Williams
Research Interests: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Trauma, Ethnic Differences, Psychedelic Medicine
Clinical/Professional Interests: Culturally-Informed Therapy, Racism/Discrimination, Functional Analytic Therapy
Theoretical Orientation: Cognitive-Behavioral

Note: Some clinical students have thesis supervisors who are Experimental Psychology faculty members or who are other professors affiliated with the School of Psychology. Applicants to the program should consult our Admissions Procedures to access the list of professors eligible to accept students into the School of Psychology’s graduate programs. This list is updated annually, in September.

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