Loyola University Maryland


Dustin F. Sentz, Psy.D.

Dustin SentzLecturer



The Loyola Clinical Centers
5911 York Road, Suite 100
Baltimore, MD 21212
Telephone: 410-617-1200
Fax: 410-617-1203


Beatty Hall, Room 220A
Telephone: 410-617-2093
Email: DSentz@loyola.edu


  • B.A., (Psychology), Elizabethtown College
  • M.S., (Counseling Psychology), Loyola College in Maryland
  • Psy.D., (Clinical Psychology), Loyola College in Maryland

Scholarly Interests:

Clinical interests include adult psychotherapy for anxiety, depression, mood disorders, adjustment disorders, grief/bereavement, relationship issues and marital counseling, as well as personality and forensic assessment. Research interests include intrusions from implicit memory, effects of modality, phonetic and semantic similarity of information, as well as the differential effects of familiarity and proportion of unintentionally processed information on accuracy of explicit memory.


Sentz, D. F., Kirkhart, M. W., LoPresto, C. & Sobelman, S. (2002). Intrusive effects of implicity
       processed information on explicit memory. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 94 (1), 241-250.

Course Offerings:

PY291: Research Methods I
PY602: Psychodiagnostics II
PY720: Practicum in Testing
PY746: Research Methods in Psychology I
PY802: Principles and Methods of Assessment
PY920: Clinical Placement I
PY930: Clinical Placement Summer

Michael Ashley-Mennis

Michael Ashley-Mennis

This 2010 grad, who teaches social studies at a Catholic institution, developed his passion for education at Loyola