Dr. Kevin Chapman
Dr. Chapman is an Assistant Professor in Clinical Psychology at the University of Louisville in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences. Dr. Chapman is the Director of the Community and Family Excellence (CAFÉ) Research Lab for which he specializes in the assessment and treatment of anxiety and related disorders in adults and children, mental health and wellness in African American parents and their children, as well as risk and protective factors for mental illness in underserved populations. Dr. Chapman currently has several publications in these areas of research. Dr. Chapman is the Faculty Fellow for the Muhammad Ali Institute/Center in Louisville, Kentucky, a former fellow at the Texas Center for Health Disparities, and currently serves as the Program Chair for Division 12 (Clinical Psychology), Section VI (Clinical Psychology of Ethnic Minorities) in the American Psychological Association. Dr. Chapman is a member of several professional organizations, societies, and special interest groups including the Association for the Advancement of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT, African American and Anxiety Disorder Special Interest Groups), the American Psychological Association (APA), and the Anxiety Disorders Association of American (ADAA). Dr. Chapman received his Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Centre College in 2000, Master of Science in Clinical Psychology from Eastern Kentucky University in 2002, and his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Louisville in 2006. Dr. Chapman is originally from Louisville, Kentucky.