Loyola University Maryland


Full Professors

Jeffrey Barnett

Jeffrey E. Barnett, Psy.D., ABPP
Associate Dean, Loyola College of Arts & Sciences

Ethics, legal and professional practice issues in psychology, including distress, impairment and self-care, boundary issues and multiple relationships, supervision, confidentiality, informed consent and advocacy, among others. I am also interested in mentoring, professional development, business of practice, and treatment of children and adolescents, as well as the impact of technology on clinical practice.  


 Carolyn Barry

Carolyn M. Barry, Ph.D.
Department Chair

Social and self development during adolescence and emerging adulthood.

  Andrew Futterman, Ph.D.

Assessment depression in later life, response to late-life spousal loss, religious involvement in later life
 Sharon Green Hennesey
 Sharon Green-Hennesey, Ph.D.

Access to mental health care, particularly for children and adolescents.

Rachel Grover

Rachel L. Grover, Ph.D.
Moderator, Psi Chi

Development and quality of adolescent friendships and romantic relationships, defining social competence, social skills development and training in adolescence, assessment and treatment of childhood anxiety.

Jeff Lating Jeffery M. Lating, Ph.D.

Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, coronary-prone risk factors, and behavioral medicine.
Heather Lyons Heather Z. Lyons, Ph.D.
Director, Clinical Training

Culture, discrimination and person-organization fit in the workplace; social cognitive and cultural influences on career expectations; and training issues in multicultural psychology.
Martin Sherman Martin F. Sherman, Ph.D.
Director, Master's Education - Thesis Track

Terror management theory, five factor model of personality, psychopathology and personality, disgust sensitivity, survey and attitude research, gender role research-sexual orientation, the emotional state of elevation, and spiritual transcendence.
Amy Wolfson Amy R. Wolfson, Ph.D.

Gender and leadership, mental health, health psychology, women's studies, and sleep and circadian rhythms

Michael Ashley-Mennis

Michael Ashley-Mennis

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