Clinical Psychology at UTSC has primary research strengths in the areas of:
- clinical and cognitive neuroscience
- psychological assessment and clinical neuropsychology
- psychopathology (including psychosis and mood disorders)
- mindfulness- and acceptance-based psychotherapies
A unifying theme of our faculty is to advance the assessment and treatment of mental disorders, especially depressive and bipolar disorders, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia-spectrum disorders, borderline personality disorder, and neurocognitive disorders, such as dementia due to Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease. Faculty boast world-class expertise in brain imaging, web-based delivery of assessment and intervention, and intensive methods of naturalistic assessment.
To learn more about our program's faculty and research, please visit the individual faculty profiles below. Please note that unless otherwise indicated, all core clinical faculty provide graduate supervision and associate faculty members co-supervision with a core clinical faculty.
*Drs. Cooper and Dere do not provide research supervision
**Provides clinical supervision only