Meet the Team!
The Ohio Psychotherapy Lab
Timothy Anderson, Ph.D.
Tim is is a professor of clinical psychology at Ohio University where he researches and teaches psychotherapy in the clinical doctoral program. His research focuses on therapist interpersonal skills as contributors to treatment process and outcome. He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and recipient of the Outstanding Early Career Achievement Award from the International Society for Psychotherapy Research.For information about Tim's research please see my Research Gate page via the link below:
Kevin David, M.S.
6th Year Student
Kevin is a 4th year graduate student in Clinical Psychology at Ohio University. Kevin received his B.A. in Psychology at California State University, Sacramento, before joining California State University, Sacramento’s M.A. in Psychology with a focus on quantitative methods and personality psychology. Kevin’s current research interests include client characteristics, therapist empathy, the therapeutic alliance, and psychotherapy outcomes. Kevin spends his free time studying philosophy and epistemology, playing games (both tabletop and video), and practicing mindfulness in his everyday life. Click here for his CV.
Suzannah Stone, M.S.
5th Year Student
Suzannah is a fifth-year graduate student in the PIP Lab. Suzannah received her B.A. in Psychology from The Ohio State University in 2019 and her M.S. in Clinical Psychology in 2021. Suzannah’s research interests include psychotherapy process and outcome, especially that which relates to the therapeutic alliance and therapist effects. In her free time, Suzannah enjoys music, movies, and books. Click here for her CV.
Tao Lin, M.S.
4th Year Graduate Student
Tao Lin is a fourth-year graduate student in the PIP Lab. He received his B.S. in Psychology from Beijing Normal University in 2017 and M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University in 2019. Briefly speaking, Tao is interested in how psychotherapy works and why it fails to work in some circumstances. He current interests include multiple change trajectories in psychotherapy and factors that impede and facilitate psychotherapy outcome. Outside the academic life, he enjoys literature, novel, and movie. Click here for his C.V.
Eva Antebi-Lerman, B.S.
2nd Year Graduate Student
Eva is a second-year graduate student in the PIP Lab. She graduated from the University of Michigan in 2019 with a B.S. in Biopsychology, Cognition, and Neuroscience. Eva's interests include therapists’ emotions and countertransference, therapist effects, therapist training, and psychotherapy process and outcome. Eva is also an abstract oil painter. Sharing her artwork is an essential part of her life and she continues to establish new avenues to show her artwork. Click here for her C.V.
PACE Research Assistant
Kaylee is second-year undergraduate student. She plans to go to graduate school for experimental and research psychology. Her research interests include culture differences (specifically East Asian cultures) on developmental growth and psychotherapy processes. In her free time she enjoys ceramics, reading, music, and studying languages. Click here for her C.V..