lore m. dickey, Ph.D.
Director, Psychological Services Clinic
University of North Dakota (2011)
Dr. dickey joined the faculty at Louisiana Tech in 2013. His clinical and research interests are related to understanding the needs of transgender people. He is a licensed psychologist in Louisiana and Mississippi.
Guler Boyraz, Ph.D.
University of Memphis (2008)
Dr. Boyraz completed her doctoral training at the University of Memphis. She conducts research on the topics of grief, loss, trauma, and cancer health disparities. Her research team is exploring the role of posttraumatic stress disorder and mental health on college student development.
Walter C. Buboltz, Ph.D.
Elva L. Smith Endowed Professor,
Director of Training, Counseling Psychology
Kent State University (1996)
Dr. Buboltz serves as a professor of counseling psychology. He received his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Kent State University and is a licensed psychologist.
Melanie Lantz, Ph.D.
University at Albany (2015)
Dr. Lantz received her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University at Albany. Her clinical areas of interest are addiction and substance abuse, trauma, and multicultural issues in counseling, such as race, gender, and sexuality.
Donna Thomas, Ph.D.
George and Jean Baldwin Endowed Associate Professor
Department Head, Psychology and Behavioral Sciences
Louisiana Tech University (2005)
Dr. Thomas serves as an associate professor of counseling psychology. She received her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Louisiana Tech University and served as director of training for the Ph.D. program for six years prior to becoming the Chair for the Department of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences.