Supervisors, Staff and Collaborators

Behavioral Health Clinic
Supervisors & Staff


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Daniel Taylor, PhD (he/him)
Director of Clinical Training
Professor, Psychology, The University of Arizona

Dr. Daniel Taylor is a full professor of Psychology at the University of Arizona and the Director of Clinical Training at the University of Arizona as well as a licensed psychologist and board certified in both Sleep Medicine and Behavioral Sleep Medicine. Dr. Taylor is an expert in cognitive behavioral therapy of insomnia (CBTi) particularly when comorbid with other disorders (e.g., depression, PTSD, medical problems). He completed his PhD in clinical psychology at the University of Memphis and his predoctoral internship at Brown University Medical School in Clinical Health Psychology. Dr. Taylor is heavily involved in clinical research (see and his broad research interests are in understanding the mechanisms, dosing, and adherence of treatment and augmentation strategies for insomnia and other behavioral sleep disorders. He is also passionate about research aimed at improving clinical training and dissemination of evidence-based treatments.

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Jolene Jacquart, PhD (she/her)
Director of Behavioral Health Clinic
Assistant Clinical Professor, Psychology, The University of Arizona 

Dr. Jolene Jacquart is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of anxiety, depression, and related concerns using evidence-based treatments including CBT, ACT, and mindfulness-based interventions. She completed her PhD in clinical psychology at the University of Texas at Austin and her predoctoral internship at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Adult Psychiatry. Dr. Jacquart is also involved in clinical research and her broad research interests are in understanding the mechanisms, dosing, and adherence of treatment and augmentation strategies for anxiety and depressive disorders. She is also passionate about research aimed at improving clinical training and dissemination of evidence-based treatments.

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Matthew Grilli, PhD (he/him)
Director of Assessment Services
Associate Professor, Psychology, The University of Arizona

Dr. Matthew Grilli is a licensed psychologist and an associate professor in the Psychology Department at the University of Arizona. He is a member of the Clinical and Cognition & Neural Systems programs. His background is in clinical neuropsychology and cognitive neuroscience. At the University of Arizona, he directs the Human Memory Lab and neuropsychology training for the PhD clinical psychology program. Dr. Grilli also directs the assessment services at the BHC.

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David Sbarra, PhD (he/him)
Professor, Psychology, The University of Arizona

Dr. David Sbarra is a licensed clinical psychologist in Arizona and served for a decade as the Director of Clinical Training in our Clinical Program. Dr. Sbarra maintains a small psychotherapy practice in Tucson where he specializes in evidence-based training for individual adults and couples. Dr. Sbarra has taught graduate-level seminars in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Ethics for Psychologists. He is the former President of the Academy for Psychological Clinical Science, a professional society dedicated to promoting science-based graduate-level training in clinical psychology.

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Laura Schnaps, PhD (she/her)
Designated Campus Colleague, The University of Arizona

Dr. Laura Schnaps is a licensed clinical psychologist in full-time private practice in Tucson. Dr. Schnaps works with children, families, adults and couples treating a range of clinical issues including anxiety, depression, trauma and eating disorders. Over the past 13 years, Dr. Schnaps has specialized in working with couples and families using EFT and EFFT (Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy and Emotionally Focused Family Therapy.) EFT is an evidence-based model of psychotherapy.  Dr. Schnaps has completed an intensive training program in EFT, including an externship and multiple Core Skills trainings. She has also served as the President and Chair of the Arizona Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy for 6 years and is currently the Immediate Past President and Chair. In this capacity she has served as a role play leader at many trainings in EFT, training clinicians at every level to learn this model of therapy. Dr. Schnaps has been providing supervision to graduate students in the Clinical Psychology Department at the University of Arizona for many years.

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Julie Feldman, PhD (she/her)
Associate Professor of Practice, Psychology, The University of Arizona

Julie Feldman is an associate professor of practice in the department of psychology and a licensed clinical psychologist in Arizona since 2002.  Dr. Feldman directs the Life Skills Training and Enhancement program (LifeSTEP) for undergraduates providing skills training and mentorship services to youth with emotional and behavior problems and coordinates the Clinical Psychology externship program. Dr. Feldman’s primary role in the BHC is teaching the psychosocial intervention sequence to second-year clinical psychology PhD students and acting as a consultant and back up supervisor for BHC cases. Her clinical interests are in the areas of anxiety and depression.


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Clinical Program Coordinator

Susan provides administrative support to the clinical program and the Behavioral Health Clinic. Susan assists the BHC team with a myriad of administrative duties and helps our clinicians coordinate patient services.


Samantha Koshkarian (she/her)
Lead Clinical Assistant

Samantha graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology. Samantha is very passionate about mental health awareness and advocating for individuals needs. Her hobbies include playing tennis, baking, painting, and cooking. Samantha also enjoys spending her free time with her two dogs.


Sarah Randolph (she/her)
Lead Clinical Assistant

Sarah is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Psychological Science. She got interested in psychology, specifically anxiety related to self-esteem, in high school and further developed those interests in college. Her goal is to get a master’s degree in Counseling and work in school counseling services

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Gabbi Figueroa (she/her)
Clinical Assistant

Gabbi will complete her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology this December. Her academic passion lies in studying the psychology of emotions including their influence on daily functioning and psychopathology. In her free time, she enjoys running, puzzling, and grabbing a beverage at eccentric coffee shops. Her goal is to pursue a PhD in Social Psychology to facilitate the betterment of individuals’ well-being through research into culturally informed emotional awareness and regulation skills


Joseph Fraire (he/him)
Clinical Assistant

Joseph Fraire is a senior undergraduate at the University of Arizona double majoring in Psychological Sciences and Neuroscience & Cognitive Science with an emphasis in Neurobiology. Joesph plans on becoming a clinical psychologist in the future as he is interested in researching neurodevelopmental disorders like ADHD and ASD. In his free time he loves playing music and currently drums for a local indie band
called Desert Child.


Dehana Moss (she/her)
Clinical Assistant

Dehana has recently graduated from the University of Arizona with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. Her academic interest lies in the study and practice of behavioral health. Her goal is
to pursue a PsyD in behavioral health in the hope of creating more opportunities for those in need. Her hobbies include baking, reading, and going on adventures with her dogs.

Updated: 05/19/23