Joshua J. Cluff, PsyD
I received my Bachelors degree from The Evergreen State College with an emphasis on Trauma Studies and Multicultural Counseling. I subsequently obtained my Master’s and Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from John F. Kennedy University. I have worked with a wide range of populations, including adolescent victims of sexual/emotional abuse, elementary-aged inner-city youth, at-risk adolescents and their families, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered youth and adults, adult perpetrators with developmental disorders, adults in a community mental health setting, and university-aged students, faculty, and their families.
Alison M. LaFollette, Ph.D
I obtained my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Truman State University in Kirksville, MO. During my time at Truman State I was drawn to the field of positive psychology; I wanted to pursue a degree focusing on both alleviating emotional pain and increasing life satisfaction for my clients. This interest led me to a Masters degree from Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI and a Doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Kansas in Lawrence, KS. Throughout my training I have practiced in a wide-range of settings with a variety of disorders and with clients from as young as 12 to as old as 90.
Lindsey North, Ph.D
I received my Master’s and Doctoral degree in clinical psychology with an emphasis in forensic evaluation from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. My pre-doctoral internship was completed at Arkansas State Hospital in Little Rock, Arkansas where I received intensive training in adolescent sex offender evaluation and treatment, forensic assessment, and outpatient individual and family therapy. I completed my postdoctoral training at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Salt Lake City, Utah where I specialized in suicide risk evaluation, neuropsychological assessment, and clinical research.
Brandon S. Park, Ph.D
Clinical Neuropsychologist & Behavioral Specialist
I obtained my Bachelor degree from the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) in Psychology and graduated with honors. I continued on at UNLV for my Masters and Doctoral degrees. While doing this my mind was drawn to the significance of the brain and cognitive processes, leading to studying neuropsychology for my Doctoral degree. Neuropsychology is the study of brain behavior relationships, where specific evaluations provide the evidence for the functioning of distinct areas and processes of the brain.
Dr. Nicole Shewey, PsyD
I graduated from Azusa Pacific University with a Bachelors in Counseling Psychology. I went on to receive my Master’s and Doctorate from Antioch University New England in Clinical Psychology. While obtaining my bachelor’s and graduate degrees, I worked as an in-home behavioral therapist for children and adolescents on the Autism Spectrum. Throughout my graduate work, my research primarily focused on multicultural psychology, specifically in the areas of Asian Americans and underserved youth and families.