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Program Leadership

The Psychology Internship is governed by an Executive Committee that meets monthly to review the operations of the program and to develop and revise policies and procedures as needed. This Committee provides administrative and organizational direction for the Psychology Internship Program. 

Executive Committee

The Psychology Internship Executive Committee includes supervisors who represent each of the training sites, the director and assistant directors of training, the director of the section of psychology and the chief intern. The committee is chaired by the training director, Ann Lagges, PhD, and supported by assistant training directors, Jenifer Vohs, PhD, and Noha Minshawi, PhD.

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Ann M. Lagges, PhD

Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

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Noha F. Minshawi-Patterson, PhD

Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

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Jenifer L. Vohs, PhD

Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

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The Committee regularly reviews the progress of each intern and is called upon to resolve areas of difficulty or conflict between interns and members of the faculty consistent with the program’s Grievance Procedure. The Committee also has the authority to determine remediation plans for interns and to assess if a problem with an intern is serious enough to warrant lodging a complaint requesting disciplinary action or termination with the associate dean for Graduate Medical Education. In matters relating to intern remediation, referral for disciplinary action/termination, and the resolution of intern complaints, conflicts or disputes, decisions of the Committee are reached by majority vote with each member having one vote. If the conflict involves the director of training, the director of the section of psychology or any other member of the Committee, said member will not participate as a voting member in decisions related to that dispute. The chief psychology intern is not included in deliberations related to the remediation, disciplinary referrals or evaluation of a specific intern. In all other matters, the chief psychology intern functions as a voting member of the Committee.

The actions and decisions of the Committee are subject to the approval of the director of the section of psychology and the chairman of the Department of Psychiatry. The proceedings of the Committee meeting are recorded in regular minutes which are distributed to the members of the Committee and available to other members of the training faculty.

Internship Supervisors

Thirty-three faculty members of the Department of Psychiatry serve as Internship Training Supervisors and are licensed to practice psychology with an endorsement as Health Service Providers in Psychology (HSPP) in the state of Indiana. Two additional psychologists and three child and adolescent psychiatrists serve as other agency/institution supervisors.

Zachary W. Adams, PhD

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry

Elizabeth L. Begyn, PhD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology

M. L. Blackford, PhD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

Amanda V. Broderick, PhD, MS

Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

Melissa A. Butler, PhD, MS

Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry

Yelena Chernyak, PhD

Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

David R. Diaz, MD

Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

Allyson L. Dir, PhD

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry

Kelly L. Donahue, PhD, HSPP

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics

Jana B. Dykstra, PhD, MA

Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology

Jill C. Fodstad, PhD, MA

Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

Elaine A. Gilbert, PsyD, MS

Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

Danielle R. Henderson, MA, PhD

Assistant Dean for Diversity Affairs

Kendra E. Hinton-Froese, MA, PhD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

Rachel Holmes, MA, PhD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine

Sarah M. Honaker, PhD

Associate Professor of Pediatrics

Melissa K. Hord, PhD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

Stephanie E. Hullmann, PhD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

Amber D. Hunt, DO

Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

Kate Kingery, PhD, MA

Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology

William G. Kronenberger, PhD

Professor of Psychiatry

Ann M. Lagges, PhD

Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

Julia E. LaMotte, MS, PhD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics

Sarah A. Landsberger, PhD

Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

Brenna C. McDonald, PsyD

Professor of Radiology & Imaging Sciences

Maureen E. McQuillan, PhD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics

Mary K. Milder, MA, PhD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

Michelle L. Miller, PhD, MA

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry

Noha F. Minshawi-Patterson, PhD

Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

Michele S. Tsai Owens, PhD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

Anahli Patel, PsyD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine

Martin H. Plawecki, MD, PhD

Associate Professor of Psychiatry

Tori Powers, PhD, MS

Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

Gabriela M. Rodriguez, PhD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

Katherine N. Schwartzkopf, MA, PsyD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

Jenifer L. Vohs, PhD

Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

Amy E. Williams, PhD

Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

Amanda E. Wakefield, PsyD, MA

Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry