John L. Barton, PhD, ABPP, Clinic Director and Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Psychology Diplomate, American Board of Professional Psychology Fellow, Academy of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology
As Director of the CPC, Dr. Barton supervises the clinical work of student-practitioners in the Center and co-ordinates field placements. He teaches practicum classes in Psychotherapy and Psychological Assessment. In addition, Dr. Barton is a member of the faculty and psychologist in the Department of Behavioral Medicine, Barrow Neurological Institute at Phoenix Children's Hospital. Dr. Barton is the Training Director for the APA accredited internship in clinical psychology and the post-doctoral residency in pediatric psychology. He specializes in the assessment and treatment of ADHD, learning disorders, and adjustment to chronic illness. Dr. Barton's specialty competence is certified by the American Board of Professional Psychology in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology and he is a Fellow in the American Academy of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology. He received his internship training in pediatric psychology from Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center in Chicago. He received his Doctorate from Arizona State University where he was the Outstanding Graduate Student. Dr. Barton is a graduate, with High Distinction, of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Matt Meier, PsyD, Associate Director of Clinical Training, Dr. Meier is a licensed psychologist and an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychology. He assists the clinic director with clinic oversight and provides supervision and training for doctoral students in the clinical psychology program. His area of expertise is in the treatment of co-occurring mental and substance use disorders. He provides training and supervision in evidence-based and empirically supported treatments, and he utilizes cognitive-behavioral and interpersonal approaches in therapy. Additional areas of interest include group therapy, brief interventions, transdiagnostic treatments, and integrated health. Dr. Meier received his doctorate at the Forest Institute of Professional Psychology. He completed his internship at the Heart of America Psychology Training Consortium in Missouri, which focused on providing psychological treatment in underserved areas. His residency was completed at Valley Hope, a nationally recognized substance abuse treatment agency. Dr. Meier has more than 10 years of experience working in community mental health settings and has worked with children, adolescents, and adults using individual, group, and family therapy.
Christy Roberts, Clinic Coordinator