Steven D. Kniffley Jr. is a graduate of the University of Louisville (BS, Psychology). He completed his master’s and doctoral studies in Clinical Psychology at Spalding University with an emphasis in child and family therapy using multicultural interventions (PsyD). His research interests include African-American male identity development, its influence on psychopathology and its treatment. He has written several articles about Black male Psychology including “Silent Frustration: Black males and depression” and “Discussing racism and discrimination with Black males in a clinical setting.” He is also a recipient of the American Psychological Association Minority Fellowship.
Steve completed a post-doctoral fellowship in the Child and Adolescent Acute Services Department at Cambridge Health Alliance Hospital where he also had an appointment as a Harvard Clinical Fellow in the Harvard Medical School. He is currently an assistant professor at Wright State University in the School of Professional Psychology.
Steven is married to the beautiful Brittney Hunt.