Program Director, Master of Arts in Psychology program
Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor
Keith Klostermann, PhD, LMHC, is a Research Assistant Professor at Old Dominion University. Dr. Klostermann’s programmatic line of research involves the investigation of intimate partner violence (IPV) among married or cohabiting substance-abusing individuals. Recently, Dr. Klostermann served as the Principal Investigator on a National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism investigation examining treatments for alcoholism and intimate partner violence.
Dr. Klostermann has been an active contributor to the scientific knowledge base as evidenced by his 36 publications and 40 presentations to date. Moreover, in 2008 Dr. Klostermann was selected to participate in the National Institute of Health's highly competitive Summer Institute on the Design and Conduct of Randomized Clinical Trials Involving Behavioral Interventions. Dr. Klostermann is also a participant in the student Loan Repayment Program, sponsored by the National Institute of Health. Dr. Klostermann has served as a guest editor and peer review for a number of scientific journals.
As a New York State licensed mental health counselor, Dr. Klostermann also maintains a private practice specializing in couples and family counseling and has served as a clinical supervisor to students as well as counseling professionals in the community. Relatedly, Dr. Klostermann has previously worked as an emergency outreach counselor, college counselor, and family therapist.
In addition to his research and clinical activities, Dr. Klostermann has also conducted training in family and couples counseling at a number of substance abuse outpatient programs and assisted in the development of several school-based family counseling programs in the Western New York area. Dr. Klostermann currently serves as a research and clinical consultant to the Calgary Counseling Centre on the Strengthening Families Program, which is funded by the Alberta Government. He is also a member of the University at Buffalo’s Counselor Education Advisory Committee.
Lynn Horne-Moyer, Ph.D.
Lynn Horne-Moyer (email@example.com) earned her Ph.D. and M.A. in Psychology from the University of Southern Mississippi, in Hattiesburg, MS. She has been involved in graduate psychology training as a teacher and administrator since 1994 and has been with Medaille since 2007, teaching in Mental Health Counseling and Psychology programs.
Dr. Horne-Moyer is a licensed psychologist who has experience in dementia assessment and psychotherapy with elderly clients and their families in outpatient, long-term care, and hospital settings. She brings to Medaille strong experience in clinical training, program design and accreditation, and has developed Medaille's first doctoral program in Clinical Psychology. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, the Geriatric Society of America, and the Georgia Psychological Association. She recently completed a term as Chair of the Women's Issues committee and Liaison to the APA Committee on Women in Psychology.
Sigrid Frandsen-Pechenik, PsyD
Director of Clinical Training for the Department of Graduate Counseling and Psychology
Dr. Pechenik (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a Licensed Psychologist with a Psy.D. from the Georgia School of Professional Psychology and an LMFT with a MS degree in Marriage & Family Therapy from Nova Southeastern University. Since 1992, her clinical work has focused on family systems, neuropsychology, geriatrics, and health psychology. She has provided professional trainings in cross-cultural issues and has been involved in the training and supervision of graduate students since 1999.
She joined Medaille as Adjunct in 2008 and in 2009 as Director of Clinical Training for the Psy.D. Program. Prior to Medaille, as Associate Director for the Center of Multicultural Human Services she co-developed a program for survivors of politically motivated torture, which earned significant federal funding. As Assistant Director of the Counseling Center at Cornell University, she developed and implemented one of the nation’s first non-traditional mental health services and programs for students who under-utilized traditional campus mental health services.
Kenneth N. Condrell, Ph.D.
Clinical Assistant Professor
Kenneth N. Condrell (email@example.com) joined the Medaille college faculty as a clinical assistant professor in the Psy.D. program, in March of 2010, after an extensive career of providing clinical services to children, teens and families in Western New York. His graduate studies began at the University of Michigan and culminated in his earning a Ph.D. in clinical psychology at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Dr. Condrell then went on to specialize in child psychology by earning a Post Doctoral Fellowship at Boston Childrens Hospital Medical Center, Boston Massachusetts. He returned to Buffalo to teach at Buffalo State Teachers College as well as in the Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine at the University of Buffalo. Dr. Condrell entered private practice and went on to create the Condrell Center, the first group practice in Western New York specializing in services to families. During this time he was a consultant to Fisher Price Toys, authored four parenting books, hosted a weekly radio show called Kid Talk, and appeared on CBS, NBC and CNN to present on parenting problems in the news.