Dr. Gregory S. Chasson is a licensed psychologist, Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at Towson University, and owner and Clinical Director of CBT Solutions of Baltimore. His research laboratory at Towson University (i.e., Site for OCD & Autism Research) and clinical work focus on obsessive-compulsive spectrum conditions, autism spectrum conditions, and anxiety and traumatic stress. His experience spans several settings, including the OCD Treatment Program of the Menninger Clinic, where he received training while earning his clinical psychology Ph.D. at the University of Houston. He collaborated on research with the OCD Institute as a clinical psychology intern at McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School, and he worked as a postdoctoral fellow in the OCD and Related Disorders Program at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School. Dr. Chasson regularly collaborates with CMHD faculty and students on quantitative aspects of CMHD research projects.
Dr. Kanter is Director of the Center for the Science of Social Connection at the University of Washington. Dr. Kanter’s current research focuses on human closeness and connection, hypothesized to be a trans-diagnostic dimension that mediates outcomes with respect to broad domains of human functioning, such as individual suffering, group cohesion, discrimination and racism, and he is very involved in working cross-culturally and disseminating research findings and evidence-based treatments to the community. He has published over 50 empirical publications, co-edited or authored six books, and conducted over 50 invited workshops and talks to diverse audiences around the world on these topics. He has received grant funding as a PI or Co-PI from diverse sources to support his research, including NIMH, SAMSHA, the State of Wisconsin, and local foundations.
Dr. Chad Wetterneck is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences. He is also a cognitive behavioral specialist and clinical supervisor at Rogers Memorial Hospital in Wisconsin, where he directs the PTSD Partial Hospitalization Program. He was formerly an Assistant Professor at the University of Houston – Clear Lake, where he directed an OCD and OC-spectrum disorders specialty center, and was the co-director of research at the Houston OCD Program. Dr. Wetterneck received six years of training at two leading residential/inpatient treatment programs, Rogers Memorial Hospital and The Menninger Clinic. He has authored over fifty scholarly articles, mainly on phenomenology and treatment of OCD and OC-spectrum conditions. He is a professional member of IOCDF, ADAA, ABCT, and the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science. Currently, he collaborates on CMHD research projects and grant proposals.