Assistant Director, The Psychological Clinic
Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychology
- Ph.D., Penn State University, 2006
Michael Wolff’s research interests include a broad range of factors concerning the counseling and psychotherapy process. Specifically, he is interested in therapist and staff variables (e.g. expectancy effects, emotional reactions, experience and training, and self care), which impact therapeutic process and outcome. He is currently the Assistant Director of the Psychological Clinic where he administers many aspects of clinical training and services including individual and group psychotherapy, behavioral consultation, clinical supervision, and community outreach. His clinical and consultation interests, which have significantly informed his research pursuits, include work with substance abuse populations, child and adolescent services, individuals with intellectual disabilities, couples, and families. Many of his current research interests focus on dissemination of evidence based practice methods in naturalistic and community settings.