Faculty The Family Therapy Training Program was first established in 1983 under the leadership of Drs. M. Duncan Stanton and Judith Landau. Subsequent Directors were Dr. Susan H. McDaniel (1994-2000), who initiated the accreditation of the Post-degree Certificate Program, and Dr. David B. Seaburn (1998-2000) who, in 1998, initiated the establishment of the graduate program in marriage and family therapy. Dr. Pieter Le Roux was the Director of the Family Therapy Training Program from 2000 until June, 2012. As of July, 2012, Dr. Jenny Speice and Dr. Carol Podgorski have taken on the Directorship of the Program. The faculty is recognized for developing Transitional Family Therapy, a model that blends transgenerational, ecosystemic and here and now approaches to the family, while utilizing family strengths and competence in therapy. Dr. McDaniel and her colleagues, Jeri Hepworth and William Doherty, are recognized for establishing the field of Medical Family Therapy with their 1992 seminal text. Olivia Chiang, PsyD Clinical Senior Instructor, Department of Psychiatry (Psychology) Clinical Psychologist, Dept. of Pediatrics and Dept. of Psychiatry, Rochester General Hospital Major Interests: bereavement, medical family therapy, pediatric primary care. Aubree M. Guiffre, PhD Clinical Senior Instructor, Department of Psychiatry Licensed Psychologist at Strong Family Therapy and Rochester General Pediatric Associates Major Interests: primary care psychology, medical family therapy, grief, training medical providers. Barbara Gawinski, PhD, LMFT Associate Director of Behavioral Health Services, Highland Family Medicine Associate Professor of Family Medicine & Psychiatry Major interests: behavioral health, training and supervision, global health and immigrant and refugee care. Pieter Le Roux, D Litt et Phil, LMFT Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry Major interests: Clinical supervision, narrative approaches and multicultural themes in family therapy, medical family therapy; and family and the workplace. Susan H. McDaniel, PhD, LMFT Dr. Laurie Sands Distinguished Professor of Families & Health Director, Institute for the Family, Department of Psychiatry Associate Chair, Department of Family Medicine Major interests: medical family therapy, infertility and new reproductive technologies, genetic testing, somatization, and collaboration between primary care physicians and mental health providers. Anthony Pisani, PhD, LMFT Associate Professor - Department of Psychiatry (Psychology) Major interests: Youth suicide prevention, school-based prevention, youth-parent connectedness, clinical responses to suicide risk. Carol Podgorski, PhD, MPH, LMFT Co-Director: Family Therapy Training Program Associate Professor of Psychiatry Major interests: family therapy in dementia and long term care, academic-community partnerships, and evidence-informed program development. Ellen Poleshuck, PhD Associate Professor of Psychiatry (Psychology) and Obstetrics/Gynecology Major interests: women's health, interventions and services research, depression and pain comorbidity, intimate partner violence. Tziporah Rosenberg, PhD, LMFT Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Family Medicine, Clinical Director: Family Therapy Services Major interests: Medical family therapy, models of collaborative and integrative healthcare, couple and family therapy training and education, outcome-based education and assessment, effects of illness and health on family relationships. Jenny Speice, PhD, LMFT Co-Director: Family Therapy Training Program, Associate Professor of Psychiatry Major interests: families and health, particularly related to genetic concerns and infertility/fertility treatment; grief and loss. Michelle Swanger-Gagne, PhD, NCSP Senior Instructor in Psychiatry (Psychology) Clinical Psychologist, Rochester General Behavioral Pediatrics Program Major interests: Family-School Partnerships, Family engagement in children's education, models of collaborative care, school consultation, intervention implementation fidelity, family therapy with children and youth with behavioral concerns. William H. Watson, PhD Associate Professor of Psychiatry (Psychology) and Neurology Major interests: mind/body issues, spirituality and psychotherapy, family issues in the workplace, training and supervision.