CAPT Faculty

CAPT Faculty is a united group of psychologists involved in the teaching of all CAPT fellows regardless of their specialty or training site. Faculty members are listed below in alphabetical order.

Supervisors

Burrell Katherine

Katherine Burrell, PsyD, Supervisor and Group Supervision Co-Leader, CAPT
Pediatric Psychologist, Hurley Children’s Hospital at Hurley Medical Center
Associate Director of Assessment Services at Genesee Health System, Children’s Autism Center
Assistant Professor, Pediatrics & Human Development, MSU College of Human Medicine

Dr. Burrell received a PsyD in Clinical Psychology from Midwestern University. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at Youth Consultation Service in East Orange, NJ, and a two-year postdoctoral fellowship with the Consortium for Advanced Psychology Training in pediatric clinical health psychology. Dr. Burrell serves as both a pediatric psychologist at Hurley Medical Center and as Associate Director of Assessment Services at Children’s Autism Center. Her professional interests include coping with chronic medical conditions, autism, behavior management, and developmental assessment.

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Crystal Cederna-Meko, PsyD, Supervisor, CAPT
Pediatric Psychologist; Director, Pediatric Behavorial Health Services; Associate Director, Pediatrics Residency Program; Department of Pediatrics, Hurley Medical Center
Assistant Professor, Pediatrics & Human Development, MSU College of Human Medicine

Dr. Cederna-Meko received a PsyD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Indianapolis. She completed her pre-doctoral internship in pediatrics and behavioral health at The May Institute in Boston, and a two-year postdoctoral fellowship with the Consortium for Advanced Psychology Training in pediatric clinical health psychology. Her primary professional interests include health promotion, coping and adaptation to chronic illness, adherence issues, and somatic symptom disorders.

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Andrew R. Champine, PsyD, Assistant Director of Behavioral Medicine Education, McLaren Flint
Clinical Instructor, Family Medicine, MSU College of Human Medicine

Dr. Andrew Champine obtained his doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the Michigan School of Professional Psychology (MISPP). After completing a two year post doctoral fellowship in health psychology through the MSU Consortium for Advanced Psychology Training program, he accepted his current position with McLaren Flint. He is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA), Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM), Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM), and Society of Humanistic Psychology (Division 32). His areas of professional interest include behavioral science integration in primary and specialty care, humanistic-existential medicine, curriculum development in medical education, and quality improvement.

Dennis Shannon

Shannon Dennis, PhD, Supervisor and CHP/Core Seminar Coordinator, CAPT
Pediatric Neuropsychologist, Hurley Medical Center
Adjunct Associate Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Science, MSU College of Human Medicine

Dr. Dennis received a PhD in Clinical Psychology from the Pacific Graduate School of Psychology. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at John Hopkins University School of Medicine - Kennedy Krieger Institute and a two-year post-doctoral fellowship with the Consortium for Advanced Psychology Training. Upon completion, she joined the Faculty at Hurley Medical Center. Her interests include pediatric neuropsychology, traumatic brain injury, and team collaboration with schools and families in rehabilitation from traumatic brain injury.

Franklin Nicole

Nicole Franklin, PsyD, Supervisor and Diversity Committee Co-Leader, CAPT
Clinical Health Psychologist, McLaren – Flint, Coordinator of Behavior Health Services at McLaren Bariatric and Metabolic Institute, McLaren Flint
Clinical Professor, Family Medicine and Psychiatry, MSU College of Human Medicine

Dr. Franklin is a veteran of the United States Air Force that earned her PsyD in Clinical Psychology from Wright State University's School of Professional Psychology in Dayton, Ohio. She completed her predoctoral internship at the Hawthorn Center in Northville, Michigan. Currently, Dr. Franklin's professional interests include weight management and chemical dependency.

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Marcia Johnson, PsyD, Neuropsychologist, Advanced Neuropsychology and Pediatric Psychology Services-Rehabilitation Psychology, Brain Injury Progam Hurley Medical Center
Adjunt Assistant Professor, Family Medicine and Psychiatry, MSU College of Human Medicine

Dr. Johnson received her degree in Clinical Psychology from the Georgia School of Professional Psychology in Atlanta, Georgia. She completed her internship at Vanderbilt University with the Department of Veterans Affairs Consortium in Nashville, Tennessee. Her fellowship with MSU Flint Area Medical Education’s Consortium for Advanced Psychology Training focused on Clinical Health Psychology. Her work interests now lie primarily in the specific areas of Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation Psychology.

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Heather Kirkpatrick, PhD, ABPP, Supervisor, Pathophysiology, and Psychopharmacology Leader, CAPT
Director of Behavioral Science for Internal Medicine, Genesys Regional Medical Center
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Family Medicine, MSU College of Human Medicine

Dr. Kirkpatrick received a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. After completing a two-year postdoctoral fellowship with CAPT in Primary Care Health Psychology, she joined the Internal Medicine faculty at Genesys Regional Medical Center. She is board certified in clinical health psychology. She has recently completed a masters of science in clinical psychopharmacology, and has an interest in the psychologist as prescribers movement. Primary professional interests include women’s issues, medical education, and integrated primary care.

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Scott Nyman, PhD, ABPP, Supervisor, CAPT
Associate Director, Behavioral Science, Department of Family Medicine, Genesys Regional Medical Center
Assistant Professor, Family Medicine, MSU College of Human Medicine

Dr. Nyman received his Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Purdue University in 2004. He completed his pre-doctoral internship at Utah State University, Logan UT, and completed a two-year CAPT postdoctoral fellowship in clinical health psychology at Genesys Regional Medical Center. Dr. Nyman is board certified in Clinical Health Psychology. He worked at the Genesys-Hurley Cancer Institute, Flint MI, from 2006-2010 prior to his current position. He is a member of the American Psychological Association, APA Division 38-Health Psychology, MPA, STFM, and ABPP. Primary professional/research interests include supervising postdoctoral fellows to be successful in integrated primary care settings, as well as focusing on topics of psychosocial oncology and medical education.

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Erin O'Connor, PhD, LP, Supervisor, Diversity Committee Co-Leader, and Group Supervision Co-Leader, CAPT
Associate Director of Behavioral Medicine Education, McLaren Flint Family Medicine Residency
Assistant Professor, Family Medicine, MSU College of Human Medicine

Dr. O'Connor earned her PhD in Clinical Psychology from University of Detroit Mercy in 2010. She completed her pre-doctoral internship through Wayne State University Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences. Following graduation, she completed a two year post-doctoral fellowship through the Consortium for Advanced Psychology Training at McLaren-Flint. During fellowship, she received training in Health Psychology as well as Medical Education, and was actively involved in teaching Michigan State University College of Medicine students and McLaren Family Medicine Residents. Currently, she is responsible for teaching Health Psychology fellows, practicum students, Family Medicine Residents, and MSU medical students, focusing on behavioral and psychological components of health and treatment. Her clinical work includes consultation-liaison on inpatient medical floors, participation in multidisciplinary team group visits, psychotherapy, and psychological evaluations. Her research interests include geriatric populations and integrating behavioral medicine teaching and interventions into medical education.

Stucky Kirk

Kirk Stucky, PsyD, ABPP, Rp Cn, Rehabilitation Psychology Training Director, CAPT
Director of CAPT Fellowship Program, Director of Rehabilitation Psychology and Neuropsychology, Chair of the Department of Psychology, Hurley Medical Center
Assistant Professor, Internal Medicine, MSU College of Human Medicine

Dr. Stucky received his doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Florida Tech in 1995. He completed a two year post doctoral fellowship in medical psychology in 1997. He is board certified in clinical neuropsychology and rehabilitation psychology. Dr. Stucky also serves as a consultant to various outpatient rehabilitation facilities & medical groups. Primary interests are neuropsychology, rehabilitation, traumatic brain injury, and the hospital practice of medical psychology.

Vogel Mark

Mark Vogel, PhD, ABPP, Clinical Psychologist, CAPT
Director, CAPT Fellowship Program, Genesys Regional Medical Center
Associate Professor, Family Medicine and Psychiatry, MSU College of Human Medicine

Dr. Vogel obtained his doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology-Los Angeles. After completing a two year fellowship in Primary Care Health Psychology at MSU/CHM - Genesys Regional Medical Center, he served as Associate Director for the program for five years before accepting his current position. He is the current chair of the Integrated Primary Care special interest group for the Society of Behavioral Medicine. He is the recent recipient of a Robert Wood Johnson grant to study methods to increase adoption of advance care directives. His area of professional interests include inegrated primary care, health care decision making, and safety and quality improvement in healthcare. He is board certified in clinical health psychology through ABPP.

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Barbara Wolf, PhD, Clinical Health Psychology Training Director, CAPT
Director of CAPT Fellowship Programs and Director of Behavioral Medicine and Family Medicine Education, McLaren Flint; Associate Program Director, Family Medicine Residency McLaren Flint
Associate Professor, Family Medicine and Psychiatry, MSU College of Human Medicine

Dr. Wolf received her doctorate from the Union Institute in 1986 and completed a two year post-doctoral fellowship in Primary Care Health Psychology at MSU College of Human Medicine/Genesys Regional Medical Center. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, Michigan’s Women’s Psychologists, and Society of Teachers of Family Medicine. Her areas of professional interest include women’s mental health issues, dissociative disorders, mindfulness meditation, and medical education.

 

Other Faculty

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John B. Molidor, PhD, Chair, Board of Directors, CAPT
CEO and President, MSU Flint Area Medical Education
Assistant Dean and Professor, MSU College of Human Medicine

Dr. Molidor has worked for Michigan State University ‘s College of Human Medicine since 1978. During this time, he has served as the Dean of Admissions, the Dean of Student Affairs and currently, as the Flint Campus Assistant Dean and Professor of Michigan State University's College of Human Medicine. He is also the President/CEO of MSU Flint Area Medical Education. He received his Bachelor of Arts from the College of St. Thomas; and his Masters and Doctorate from Michigan State University. In addition, he has written numerous articles on the interviewing and resident selection process and is considered an expert in the area of interviewing techniques.

 

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