Who we are
Director of the Psychological Clinic: Thomas Harding, Ph.D.
Director of Clinical Training, Psychology Department: Steven Lynn, Ph.D.
The Psychological Clinic operates within the Department of Psychology at Binghamton University. Its major objectives are to provide psychological services to the local community and to serve as a training facility supporting the University's doctoral program in clinical psychology.
The Clinic offers psychotherapy and behavior therapy for adults, children, adolescents, couples, families, and groups for a broad range of behavioral and psychological problems. The Clinic is oriented toward short-term intervention, although longer treatment programs are undertaken. A variety of treatment approaches and techniques may be used, depending on the circumstances of each client.
*** During the Spring 2021 semester, The Psychological Clinic will be open with therapists providing treatment sessions remotely (e.g., using the doxy.me platform). Psychological assessments for individuals 18 years and older will be conducted using a hybrid approach with some aspects being performed remotely and, depending upon the nature of the assessment, some tasks completed in-person, within the Clinic. A set of screeing and safety protocols will be carefully followed for all in-person sessions. Details regarding this process will be explained when scheduling. Phone intakes continue to be performed as usual. For additional information, please call 607-777-2103. Messages and inquiries are typically responded to within 24 hours.***
Psychological Assessment Services
The Clinic offers a variety of psychological evaluation services for children, adolescents
and adults. Dr. Adam Krantweiss’ group focuses on the assessment of ADHD and
learning disabilities in adolescents and adults, exploring differential diagnoses and
providing treatment suggestions and recommendations for academic accommodation.
Evaluations supervised by Dr. Harding within the Clinic focus on
cognitive/neuropsychological, mental health/diagnostic, forensic, disability, and fitness
for duty issues in adolescents and adults and learning/attentional problems in children
ages 8 and older.
The Clinic is in the process of establishing groups that focus on Dialectical Behavior
Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) for anxiety and
depression; and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for trauma and loss. Depending
upon need, one or more of these groups may be available at a given time.
Director of Psychological Clinic
Thomas P. Harding, Ph.D., ABPP is a board-certified clinical psychologist. He has longstanding ties to Binghamton University as an adjunct professor and clinical supervisor. His areas of specialization include psychological assessment, psychiatric disability determination and forensic consultation.
Director of Clinical Training
Steven Jay Lynn, Ph.D., ABPP (Clinical, Forensic), in addition to Director of Clinical
Training, is a Distinguished Professor and directs the Laboratory of Consciousness,
Cognition and Psychopathology. He is outgoing editor of the APA Journal “Psychology
of Consciousness: Theory, Research and Practice”. He has published extensively across
multiple domains including hypnosis, mindfulness, and consciousness. Dr. Lynn was
previously Director of the Psychological Clinic between 2007-2016.
Clinical Advisor and Past Director
Stephen A. Lisman, Ph.D. is a Distinguished Teaching Professor Emeritus and past Director of Clinical Training for the psychology department. Dr. Lisman formerly directed a research program on alcohol and behavior and has published numerous scholarly articles and book chapters in this area. Although retired from his faculty appointment, he still maintains an active practice in clinical psychology. Dr. Lisman has been the recipient of grant funding from the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Faculty Service, the Binghamton University Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching, and served as the Director of the Psychological Clinic for 30 years.
Assistant to the Clinic Director
Amy L. Fischer, M.S. oversees and coordinates the day- to- day operations of the Clinic, performing phone screens, managing the front desk, monitoring therapist record keeping and documentation, checking in clients, billing, and overseeing building maintenance.
Clinical Psychology Trainees
The Clinic is staffed by advanced graduate students in the clinical psychology doctoral training program, supervised by Ph.D. level clinical psychologists. Each new client is assigned a therapist with whom they will work during their treatment at the Psychological Clinic.
Clinical Supervisors and Advisors
Supervisors include Ph.D. level psychologists who are currently full-time faculty or who work as therapists in the community. Current and recent supervisors are listed below.
- Christina Balderrama-Durbin, Ph.D.
- Meredith E. Coles, Ph.D.
- Brandon E. Gibb, Ph.D.
- Jennifer Gillis, Ph.D
- Thomas Harding, Ph.D.
- Matthew D. Johnson, Ph.D
- Mark F. Lenzenweger, Ph.D.
- Steven Jay Lynn, Ph.D.
- Richard Mattson, Ph.D.
- Raymond G. Romanczyk, Ph.D.
- Emily Zale, Ph.D.
More information about faculty supervisors can be found on the website for Clinical Faculty.
- Lanora Duell, Psy.D.
- Jerry Duvinsky, Ph.D.
- Sheri Esteban-Elie, Ph.D.
- Art Frenz, Ph.D.
- Tammy Inman, Ph.D.
- Steven Lisman, Ph.D.
- Tracy Lord, Psy.D.
- Richard Mattson, Ph.D.
- Emily Zale, Ph.D.