Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology: Faculty
Dr. Lisa Klewicki is a licensed Clinical Psychologist in the Commonwealth of Virginia. She holds both a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA.
Su Li Lee’s clinical interests are primarily in individual and group psychotherapy, as well as behavioural health consultation and psychological testing.
Rebecca S. Morse, Ph.D., is a behavioral and developmental psychologist and thanatologist. Much of her research has focused on those with developmental disabilities who are severely behaviorally disordered.
Dr. Nordling is one of the founding faculty members of DMU. He is a licensed clinical psychologist in the Commonwealth of Virginia. He also holds a number of specialized credentials in child, marriage, and family therapy and teaches both basic and advanced coursework in these areas for the Psy.D program.
She has worked as a research associate with the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and as a co-investigator with the NIDA Clinical Trials Network, Delaware Valley Node, also at the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Scrofani is a full-time, Professor at IPS.
Dr. Orellana is a licensed clinical psychologist in the Commonwealth of Virginia, Assistant Professor and Assistant Director of Clinical Training in the Doctorate in Psychology program. She received her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the Institute for the Psychological Sciences in 2017.
Dr. Vitz’s teaching and research is focused on the integration of Christian theology, especially Catholic anthropology, with psychology.
Dr. Stephen Grundman holds a canonical Ph.D. in Philosophy from The Catholic University of America. A graduate of Thomas Aquinas College (California), Dr. Grundman has engaged in interdisciplinary studies and conversations for over 30 years. He has taught both undergraduate and graduate courses and has been a member of the Divine Mercy University administration and faculty for many years.
Dr. Bond is a licensed clinical psychologist in the Commonwealth of Virginia, Assistant Professor and Assistant Director of Clinical Training in the Psy.D. program. Previously, Dr. Bond worked as a therapist in community mental health and non-profit agency settings.
Sister Mary Patrice Ahearn is a licensed clinical psychologist in the state of Michigan and the Commonwealth of Virginia and a Religious Sister of Mercy of Alma, Michigan. Her clinical work has focused on service to the Church with the assessment of candidates to religious life and the seminary, and in working in therapy with priests, religious and seminarians.