As a fully licensed Clinical Psychologist, Steven Hanley, uses his training, experience, empathy and understanding of how the mind works to help create a safe, nonjudgmental space where a collaborative and therapeutic process can occur. The end result is often a fuller understanding of the origins of emotional distress and a new freedom from unsatisfying patterns of living. Hanley holds PhD in Clinical Psychology and MA in Clinical Psychology from University of Detroit Mercy, bachelor’s degree in Psychology from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Hanley is also an Adjunct Instructor at the University of Detroit Mercy where he teaches Adult Development and Ageing; Death and Dying; Personality Disorders.
His presentation and publications include:
- Hanley, S. J. (2000). Cognitive complexity of gambling decisions. Poster session presented (honorable mention) at the Fall convention of the Michigan Psychological Association, Novi, MI.
- Hanley S. J., & Abell, S. C. (2002). Maslow and relatedness: Creating an interpersonal model of self-actualization. Journal of Humanistic Psychology 42 (4), 37-57.
- Hanley, S. J. (2008). Psychoanalytic theory. In W. A. Darity (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd edition (Vol. 6, pp. 576-578). Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA.
- Hanley, S. J. (2008). Psychotherapy. In W. A. Darity (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd edition (Vol. 6, pp. 598-601). Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA.
- Hatcher, S. L., Shields, C. C., Wierba, E. E., Hatcher-Ross, J. L. & Hanley, S. J. College Peer Counselor Teaching Modalities: Sequelae in the Life and Work of Graduates, Teaching of Psychology (in press)
You can contact him for a free consultation here. You can also follow him on Twitter .
Credits to Steven Hanley
Published: 06 July 2014
Last update: 22 April 2015
Joy Tungol is a licensed Psychologist and Psychometrician in Manila, Philippines. She teaches both at the College of Science and at Graduate School of University of Santo Tomas. She usually handles General Psychology, Social Psychology, Psychological Assessment, Test Construction and Measurement courses.
Tungol earned her PhD in Clinical Psychology from University of Santo Tomas in 2009. It was also in the same university where she finished her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology in 1992. She obtained her MA in Education in School Psychology at Philippine Normal University in 2002. She worked as a psychometrician at Via – Mare, Inc. and Toyota Bel-Air from November 1992 to May 1993 where she was trained to deal with testing and measurement. This had led her to become more interested to further develop her skills in Test and Measurement through teaching the subject at New Era University where she first taught in 1994. After finishing her thesis on the Development of Aggression Inventory Scale (AISA) in 2002, she was involved in several consultations on test development. At present, she is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Santo Tomas where she still teach Testing and Measurement as one of her forte.
Credits to University of Santo Tomas
Published: 21 June 2014
Last update: 25 February 2015
Fleur-Michelle Coiffait is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist registered with the UK Health and Care Professions Council. She currently works full-time in clinical practice in an NHS child development service in England. This involves contributing to the multidisciplinary assessment of children and young people with identified concerns relating to their social, cognitive, and emotional development. These may include queries regarding whether a child meets criteria for neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism, ADHD and PDA among others.
Coiffait is interested in clinical psychology, health psychology, the link between physical and mental health and how people understand this, and what it is like to have a child who has complex needs. Coiffait is also interested in the experiences of people who are carers of someone with an illness or disability. Recent publications from Coiffait include a book chapter on family relationships in the 2013 Routledge International Companion to Educational Psychology and she is currently writing a chapter on the psychological well-being of individuals with severe and profound intellectual disability for the 3rd edition of Medical Care for Children and Adults with Developmental Disorders.
Coiffait completed her doctoral clinical psychology training at the University of Edinburgh, following completion of an MPhil and and BSc (Hons) Psychology at the University of Manchester. Coiffait’s doctoral research thesis revealed that parental locus of control was a significant predictor of psychological well-being in parents of children with profound and multiple disability.
Coiffait maintains a blog and is on Twitter at
Published: 17 March 2014
Last update: 21 April 2015