Suzi Naguib, Psy.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Tel: (734) 222-9277
Suzi Naguib is a licensed clinical psychologist and director of Sunfield Center. Dr. Naguib founded Sunfield Center in August of 2011 with the goal of providing state-of-the-art evaluations and treatment for families and high quality training for students and professionals in Southeast Michigan. Dr. Naguib’s professional experience and training in clinical psychology has focused on evidence-based and research-supported diagnostic evaluations and treatments. Prior to starting Sunfield Center, Dr. Naguib worked as a staff psychologist at the University of Michigan Autism and Communication Disorders Center (UMACC). At UMACC, she conducted evaluations of toddlers (as young as 12 months) and adults suspected of being on the autistic spectrum. She provided in-home parent-implemented intervention for toddlers between the ages of 18-42 months through a National Institute of Health (NIH) funded early intervention study. In addition to providing individual and group treatment services to individuals on the autistic spectrum, she also supervised graduate students and provided training on the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS) and the Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised (ADI-R) to international and U.S. professionals. Prior to her work at UMACC, Dr. Naguib was at the New York University (NYU) Child Study Center for five years, completing a two-year fellowship in the Attention Deficit Hyperactivity and Behavior Disorders Service, conducting evaluations and providing evidence-based interventions, including Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), group and individual behavioral parent training and school consultations. She also provided professional development training for New York City’s District 75 (special education) on the implementation of positive behavior supports in the classroom. Dr. Naguib completed her doctoral education at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology and received her M.S. in clinical psychology at Loyola University Maryland. She completed her clinical training at the Children’s Hospital of Michigan, the University of Chicago, the University of Illinois at Chicago, and the Johns Hopkins University. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, the Michigan Psychological Association and the Behavior Analysis Association of Michigan. She is fluent in Portuguese and proficient in Spanish and Arabic.
Pamela Dixon Thomas, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Tel: (734) 222-9277
Pamela Dixon Thomas is a licensed psychologist and clinical supervisor at Sunfield Center in the Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) Service. She provides training and supervision for postdoctoral fellows and practicum students. Dr. Dixon Thomas specializes in the diagnostic assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorders across the age span. She has extensive experience through her work at the University of Michigan Autism and Communication Disorders Center (UMACC) where she was one of the primary psychologists responsible for evaluating toddlers ranging in age between 12-48 months for inclusion in early intervention studies funded by the National Institute of Health (NIH). In addition to her involvement at Sunfield Center, Dr. Dixon Thomas holds a faculty position as an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Wayne State University and is a psychologist at the Children’s Hospital of Michigan Autism Center in Novi, Michigan. Dr. Dixon Thomas’ research at Wayne State University focuses on methods for improving access to diagnostic and intervention services for under-served children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Dr. Dixon Thomas received her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Howard University in Washington, DC. Dr. Dixon Thomas is a member of the American Psychological Association.
Karina G. Campos, Psy.D.
Tel: (734) 222-9277
Karina G. Campos is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Sunfield Center. Before joining Sunfield Center, Dr. Campos was a Clinical Psychology Intern at the Bellevue Hospital/New York University (NYU) Child Study Center Clinical Psychology Internship Program, where she conducted diagnostic evaluations and provided evidence-based treatments, including Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) and Dialectic Behavior Therapy (DBT). She also conducted neuropsychological assessments and school consultations as well as provided individual, group, and couples/family therapy services. Dr. Campos also worked with adults at Bellevue Hospital’s Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program (CPEP) and inpatient medical rehabilitation unit as well as with children and adolescents in the psychiatric child inpatient unit and Child and Adolescent Day Treatment Program. Dr. Campos additionally received clinical training at UCLA, Harbor-UCLA, and Kaiser Permanent in Los Angeles, CA. Dr. Campos completed her doctoral education at Pepperdine University, Graduate School of Education and Psychology (GSEP) and received her M.A. in clinical psychology with an emphasis in marriage and family therapy, from Pepperdine University, GSEP. Dr. Campos co-authored a chapter called Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Traumatized Children: Narrowing the Divide between Ideology and Evidence in the book Integrative Play Therapy. Dr. Campos is fluent in Russian. She is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA) and APA Divisions 37 (Society for Child and Family Policy and Practice/Child Maltreatment) and 56 (Trauma Psychology).
Angela Fish, Ph.D.
Tel: (734) 222-9277
Angela Fish is a licensed clinical psychologist and clinical supervisor at Sunfield Center. She provides training and supervision for postdoctoral fellows and practicum students. Dr. Fish specializes in the diagnostic assessment and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity and other Behavioral Disorders and Anxiety Disorders in children and adults. Dr. Fish completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Michigan Autism and Communication Disorders Center (UMACC). At UMACC she developed and implemented a group treatment for preschoolers with ASD and provided comprehensive evaluations and treatment. In addition to her work at Sunfield Center, Dr. Fish also holds a position at Hawthorn Center, which is the only publicly funded child and adolescent psychiatric hospital in the state of Michigan. At Hawthorn Center she specializes in the assessment and treatment of children with severe behavioral disorders as well as children and adolescents exposed trauma and neglect. Dr. Fish completed her doctoral degree at Wayne State University. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Michigan Psychological Association.
Pamela McClure, M.A. CCC-Slp.
Tel: (734) 222-9277
Pamela McClure is a Master’s level speech-language pathologist and supervisor at Sunfield Center in the Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) Service. She provides training and supervision for graduate and undergraduate students in clinical psychology and speech language pathology. Ms. McClure specializes in working with toddlers and school age children with ASD. In addition to her Master’s Degree in speech-language pathology, Ms. McClure is a certified trainer for the STatewide Autism Resources and Training (START) project sponsored through the Michigan Department of Education. She is also a certified Hanen speech-language pathologist and has offered Hanen Programs to parents and early childhood educators for the past 12 years. Ms. McClure earned an elementary teaching certificate through Eastern Michigan University and received an endorsement to teach students with ASD through Oakland University. She was also awarded a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). In addition to her involvement at Sunfield Center, Ms. McClure currently holds a position with the Washtenaw Intermediate School District, a position she has held since 1990, where she has acquired extensive experience working with toddlers and children in the school setting in the roles of speech-language pathologist, teacher consultant, elementary school teacher for children with ASD in self contained and inclusion setting as well as program developer and teacher of an early childhood special education program (ECSE).
Leah Ketcheson, M.A.
Leah Ketcheson is a doctoral student in the School of Kinesiology at the University of Michigan studying Adapted Physical Activity and Pedagogy in the Center for Physical Activity and Health in Pediatric Disabilities. Ms. Ketcheson received her undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan in Physical Education. Following graduation she began her masters degree at Ohio State University studying Adapted Physical Activity. Ms. Ketcheson also taught for two years in the Detroit Public School system as a teacher of adapted physical education, specializing in the education of youth with developmental disabilities, including Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Over the past two summers, Ms. Ketcheson collaborated in the implementation of a bicycle training intervention for youth with ASD and Down Syndrome between the of ages 9-18. Ms. Ketcheson’s research interests primarily focus on examining the motor skill development and physical activity patterns in young children with ASD.
Rachel Christensen is our intake coordinator at Sunfield Center. She is studying psychology at the University of Michigan with a minor in gender and health. Ms. Christensen has been involved in the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program at the University of Michigan where she assisted in various aspects of research implementation. Ms. Christensen aspires to be a psychologist in the future. In addition to her academic and clinical interests, she is one of the managers of the U of M Women’s Basketball Team. She has also participated in project outreach as a volunteer where she assisted a teacher in a preschool classroom.
Physical Education Specialist
Kristyne Cole is a physical education specialist at Sunfield Center. She graduated from the University of Michigan School of Kinesiology with a major in physical education and a minor in health. She was a member of U of M women’s varsity swim and dive team and was elected team captain both during her junior and senior year. In 2011 she received the Phyllis Ocker Award presented by the School of Kinesiology for academic excellence. In addition to her academic achievements, Ms. Cole has served as a swim coach at the U of M swim camps and currently also participates at the U of M Kit Sport camp.
Erica Twardzik is a student volunteer at Sunfield Center. She is studying movement science at the University of Michigan School of Kinesiology. In addition to her work at Sunfield Center, Ms. Twardzik works as a research assistant at the Mobility Research Center at U of M and is the lead manager of the Women’s Basketball Team. Ms. Twardzik has previously volunteered at High Point School where she assisted children with multiple cognitive and motor disabilities to learn to swim.