Joseph Bardeen, Ph.D. Curriculum Vitae
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Dr. Bardeen earned his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Northern Illinois University in 2013. He completed a pre-doctoral clinical internship and a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Currently, he is an Associate Professor of Psychology and a clinical supervisor at the Auburn University Psychological Services Center. Dr. Bardeen's research is broadly focused on information processing and emotion regulation in the development and maintenance of anxiety pathology, with an emphasis on posttraumatic stress disorder. Within this broader context, he is particularly interested in the use of higher-order cognitive abilities, such as executive attention, to alleviate emotional distress.
Kate Clauss, M.A. Kec0084@auburn.edu
Kate is a fifth-year graduate student in the Clinical Psychology PhD program. Kate is currently completing her predoctoral clinical internship at the VA Southeast Louisiana Healthcare System. She graduated from the University of North Carolina Wilmington with her Master’s degree in Psychological Science in May, 2017. Kate is interested in cognitive factors that influence trauma-related psychopathology and the application of cognitive research to interventions for trauma-related distress. She is particularly interested in interventions that can be applied in community settings.
Kelsey Thomas, M.A. email@example.com
Kelsey is a fourth-year graduate student in the Clinical Psychology PhD program. She graduated from Appalachian State University with her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology in May, 2018. Kelsey is most interested in transdiagnostic risk factors that contribute to the development and maintenance of anxiety disorders (e.g., distress tolerance, anxiety sensitivity). Kelsey would eventually like to be involved in developing transdiagnostic clinical interventions.
Julia Gorday, B.S. firstname.lastname@example.org
Julia is a second-year graduate student in the Clinical Psychology PhD program. She graduated from Florida State University with her bachelor’s degree in Psychology in August, 2019. Julia is interested in cognitive factors that impact the etiology and maintenance anxiety disorders (e.g., repetitive negative thinking, information processing biases). Julia’s long-term goals include the development of interventions that target risk factors to mitigate anxiety and fear-based symptoms.
Catherine Gebhardt, B.S. email@example.com Catherine is a first-year graduate student in the Clinical Psychology PhD program. She graduated from Sam Houston State University with her bachelor’s degree in Psychology in December, 2017. Catherine is particularly interested in investigating how attention (i.e., higher-order cognitive abilities) influence emotional distress and the development of anxiety and trauma-related disorders. Long-term, Catherine aims to adapt extant treatments, using the most up-to-date technological advances, so that treatment accessibility and adherence and can be improved.
Former Graduate Students
- Natasha Benfer, Ph.D. (2015-2021)
- Predoctoral internship: VA Maryland Health Care System
- Postdoctoral Fellowship: Massachusetts Veterans Epidemiology Research and Information Center/VA Boston Healthcare
- Travis A. Rogers, Ph.D. (2015-2021)
- Predoctoral internship: VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System
- Postdoctoral Fellowship: Michigan Medicine/VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System
- Megan Moreland, (2021-present)
- Natalie Conboy, B.S. (2018-2020)
- Victoria Swaine, B.A. (2016-2019)
- Kaylin Farmer, B.A. (2016-2018)
- Harris Montanye, B.A. (2016-2017)
- Abbie Milich, B.A. (2016-2017)
- Megan Schmerbauch, B.A. (2016-2017)
- Bailey Hall, B.A. (2015-2016)
- Tyler Toledo, B.A. (2015-2016)
- Darian Crowley, B.A. (2015-2016)
- Danielle DeLoach, B.A. (2014-2016)