Counseling, psychotherapy, and psychological assessment are provided by advanced doctoral students in clinical psychology under the supervision of licensed clinical psychology faculty. Clients include children, adolescents, adults, the elderly, couples, and families.
Our goal is to stay up-to-date on the current advances in the field of psychology and we use the latest knowledge on effective assessment practices and treatment interventions to provide our services. In addition, when you choose the UNCG Psychology Clinic, you benefit from the enrichment of a team-based treatment approach where your clinician receives intensive supervisory input from UNCG Clinical faculty, all of whom are Licensed Psychologists and Health Service Providers within the state of North Carolina.
Kari Eddington, PhD
Dr. Kari M. Eddington received her Ph.D. from Indiana University in 2000 and completed a clinical internship at the University of Wisconsin Department of Psychiatry. She then worked at Duke University Medical Center as both a Research and Clinical Associate, including consultation work for the organ transplant teams. Dr. Eddington specializes in cognitive therapy; she is a Beck Institute Scholar, a Fellow with the Academy of Cognitive Therapy, and is a Certified Cognitive Therapist. She is also the author of two treatment books for depression in the Treatments That Work series on evidence-based therapies. Her research focuses on motivational aspects of depression and treatment process and outcome. She currently teaches the graduate course in adult assessment and supervises clinical graduate students who are completing an adult practicum rotation at the UNCG Psychology Clinic.
Jason L. Herndon, PhD, MSPH
Dr. Jason L. Herndon is a licensed clinical psychologist and the Director of the UNCG Psychology Clinic. He provides clinical supervision in psychotherapy and assessment for clinical graduate students who are completing both child and adult practicum rotations. He specializes in providing mental health services within medical settings and has expertise working in and developing integrated primary care settings. He also has experience with children and adults with chronic medical conditions. He received graduate degrees in clinical psychology and public health from Saint Louis University and completed his clinical internship at the University of Louisville School of Medicine and a postdoctoral fellowship at Children’s Hospital Colorado. In collaboration with Dr. Susan Keane, Dr. Herndon is responsible for developing external training experiences for our clinical graduate students.
Susan Keane, PhD
Dr. Susan Phillips Keane specializes in child clinical psychology. She supervises cases from a
cognitive-behavioral perspective and works with children from preschool through adolescence,
and their families. She also supervises child/adolescent assessments, using cognitive, adaptive
behavior and self- and other-report measures. She has expertise across internalizing ( e.g.
anxiety) and externalizing ( e.g. disruptive behavior) presentations, and has a specific interest in
teaching social and communication skills to children on the Autism Spectrum. She is the
Director of Dream Camp, a summer day camp program for children with social difficulties,
including those with ASD. Dr. Phillips Keane completed her PhD in clinical child psychology at
Purdue University in 1983, her internship at the University of Maryland Medical Center in
Baltimore. She has secured a number of federal training grants to infuse culturally competent
care into the UNCG graduate training program and to introduce students to integrated behavioral
health in primary care within community settings.
Rosemery Nelson Gray, PhD
Gabriela Livas Stein, PhD
Dr. Gabriela Livas Stein is a child clinical psychologist with a specialization working with underserved populations and Spanish speaking children, adolescents, and their families. She specializes in using cognitive-behavioral interventions with youth and their families across the diagnostic spectrum (depression, anxiety, conduct problems, PTSD). She completed her PhD in clinical child psychology at UNC-CH in 2007, her internship at USCD/VA Consortium, and her postdoctoral training at Duke University. Dr. Livas Stein provides clinical supervision in psychotherapy and assessment for clinical graduate students who are completing a child practicum rotation at the UNCG Psychology Clinic.
Blair Wisco, PhD
Dr. Blair Wisco provides clinical supervision in psychotherapy and assessment for clinical graduate students who are completing an adult practicum rotation at the UNCG Psychology Clinic. Her clinical interests include all areas of adult psychopathology, with a particular focus on trauma and posttraumatic stress disorder. Prior to joining UNCG, Dr. Wisco was trained in cognitive processing therapy and prolonged exposure at the National Center for PTSD. She is happy to provide consultation on PTSD assessment and therapy to mental health providers in the community.