Our Training Team members are experts in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) and Teacher-Child Interaction Training (TCIT). The team consists of licensed therapists and doctoral-level graduate students who are recognized content leaders in the field.
Chris Campbell, Ph.D., is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Assistant Professor at East Central University where he is the Co-Director of the PCIT and TCIT Research Labs.
Dr. Campbell received his doctorate from the APA-Accredited Clinical Psychology Training Program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (recently recognized as the “Outstanding Training Program” in 2013 by the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies).
After graduating from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Dr. Campbell completed an APA-accredited internship and 2-year post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Oklahoma.
Prior to accepting his faculty position at East Central University, Dr. Campbell completed a 3-year post-doctoral fellowship through the National Institute of Health’s Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. The fellowship allowed Dr. Campbell to continue to conduct services and research on his Teacher-Child Interaction Training – Comprehensive Program (TCIT-C).
Since 2011, Dr. Campbell has helped conduct over 50 PCIT trainings for over 200 trainees. While many of Dr. Campbell’s current trainings have been within Oklahoma, he has also helped conduct on-site trainings at agencies in 8 other U.S. States and Canada:
- North Carolina
Dr. Campbell initially developed the Teacher-Child Interaction Training – Comprehensive Program (TCIT-C) with colleagues at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2008.
Dr. Campbell has been awarded two federal research grants to conduct his work with TCIT, and he has a decade of TCIT experience.
- His first grant was awarded by U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Administration for Children & Families in 2010.
- In 2013, Dr. Campbell was awarded a 3-year post-doctoral fellowship by the National Institute of Health’s Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.
Danielle Campbell, M.S., is currently completing her Doctoral Degree in School Psychology at Oklahoma State University.
Danielle completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology at the University of Oklahoma in 2012. Afterwards, Danielle was employed at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center where she worked closely with Dr. Beverly Funderburk (Vice President of PCIT International, and co-author of the PCIT International Protocol) as the PCIT Training Coordinator for 3 years.
Since 2013, Danielle has coordinated over 40 PCIT trainings for over 200 trainees. Additionally, Danielle helped coordinate one of the first federally-funded PCIT Learning Collaboratives for 24 clinicians and senior leaders from around the United States. She has also coordinated numerous off-site trainings at several agencies across the country.
Prior to becoming the PCIT Training Coordinator, Danielle was a member of the TCIT Research Lab. She has conducted research on over 200 children and 24 teachers at several Head Start Centers. Danielle has over 15 professional presentations on TCIT that have been conducted at numerous national conferences. Additionally, she is a co-author of two TCIT professional manuals: (1) Behavioral Observations of Preschoolers System (BOPS) and (2) the Student-Teacher Interaction Coding System (STICS).
Catherine Roring, Ph.D., is a Licensed Psychologist and Nationally Certified School Psychologist. She currently serves as Program Director for the School Psychology and School Psychometry programs at East Central University. Dr. Roring is the Co-Director of the PCIT and TCIT Research Labs at East Central University.
Dr. Roring received her doctorate in School Psychology from Oklahoma State University’s APA and NASP approved program in 2013. Her APA approved internship was with the psychological and social services department at Dallas Independent School District in Dallas, Texas where she continued specialized training in crisis response, cognitive-behavioral therapy and behavioral intervention. She completed her post-doctoral work at Norman Counseling Clinic where she provided psychological evaluations and behavioral treatment for children and adolescents.
Dr. Roring continues to work in private practice, providing psychological and psychoeducational evaluations as well as providing Parent Child Interaction Therapy and consulting with local school districts.
Meghan McManners, B.A., is the Assistant Training Coordinator for the PCIT & TCIT Training Programs.
Meghan is also the Research Coordinator for the PCIT and TCIT Research Labs at East Central University.
Meghan is currently a graduate student in the Master of Science in Psychological Services Counseling Program at East Central University.