NV-PIC Faculty

NV-PIC Training Director

Emily Slife, Ph.D.

  • Phone number: (702) 486-0711
  • Mailing address: 1650 Community College Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89146
  • Email address: eslife@health.nv.gov
  • Roles at NV-PIC: Training Director, Training Committee Member, Primary and Secondary Supervisor

Dr. Emily Slife is the NV-PIC Training Director since 2018. Dr. Slife received her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Missouri-Kansas City in 2007 and has been a Licensed Psychologist since 2010. Dr. Slife has taught a variety of psychology and counseling courses as well as provided therapeutic services at 7 universities across the country. She has also worked at a VA hospital and community mental health agencies. Dr. Slife enjoys working with diverse and underserved populations and has a passion for training and supervising mental health professionals. Dr. Slife joined SNAMHS in October 2017 with experience developing and maintaining an APA-accredited internship program. She is enthusiastic to be part of NV-PIC!

Northern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services (NNAMHS)

Bill Jackson, Ph.D.

Dr. Bill Jackson joined the NV-PIC Training Committee in 2018. Dr. Jackson has been a licensed psychologist in Nevada and California since 1993.  He is also a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor in Nevada. With a client-centered cognitive behavioral orientation, he focuses on group therapy for the severely mentally ill.  His particular interests include the family dynamics associated with severe mental illness and addictions, and the value of peer-support groups.  His treatment style and training interests concentrate on the basics of attentive listening. Dr. Jackson also has significant experience conducting emergency room assessments of eligibility for involuntary commitment.

Jeffrey Corpuel, Ph.D.

  • Phone number: (775)688-2064
  • Mailing address: 480 Galletti Way, Sparks, NV 89431
  • Email address: jcorpuel@health.nv.gov
  • Roles at NV-PIC: Group Supervisor

Dr. Jeffrey Corpuel has been a practicing psychologist for 34 years. With a psychodynamic theoretical orientation, he specializes in doing intensive individual psychotherapy and interpersonal group psychotherapy. He has particular interest in treating the underserved and helping those who are suffering most. Dr. Corpuel has a professional focus on the training, supervision and professional development of interns and early career mental health professionals. He is the NV-PIC Site Director for NNAMHS.

Rural Clinics - Carson City (RCCC)

Donald Campbell, Ph.D.

  • Email address: dcampbell@health.nv.gov
  • Roles at NV-PIC: RCCC Site Director, Training Committee Member, Primary Supervisor

Dr. Donald Campbell grew up in New Mexico and spent time in Latin America and Spain working as a graphics artist and teaching English as a second language. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of New Mexico and a Master of Arts degree in Latin American Studies from the University of New Mexico. He earned a Master of Science Degree in Clinical Psychology from Capella University. His Doctor of Psychology degree was earned through Argosy University in Phoenix, Arizona. Dr. Campbell completed his doctoral internship at Tarzana Treatment Centers in California and his post-doctoral training at Apache Behavioral Health Services in Whiteriver, Arizona, where he supervised the Adult Mental Health Program for the White Mountain Apache Tribe. Dr. Campbell has been with the State of Nevada since 2013 and brings a wealth of clinical and cultural knowledge to his current position of Licensed Psychologist I with Rural Clinics - Carson City (RCCC). 

Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services (SNAMHS)

Shera Bradley, Ph.D.

  • Phone number: (702)486-6466
  • Mailing address: 6161 West Charleston, Las Vegas, NV 89146
  • Email address: sbradley@health.nv.gov
  • Roles at NV-PIC: SNAMHS Site Director, Primary Supervisor, Training Committee Member

Dr. Shera Bradley earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from UNLV in 2007 and has been a Licensed Psychologist since 2008. Her educational focus has been Forensic Psychology since beginning her Master’s program in 1998. Following graduation in 2007, Dr. Bradley worked in a private practice setting 2007 to 2015. Her private practice work was focused on conducting forensic evaluations, including competency, death penalty mitigation, child custody, and other civil and criminal evaluations. Further, she created and founded a unique, comprehensive, outpatient treatment program for juvenile victims of human sex trafficking in 2007. She has been interviewed on several occasions by media and appeared in Tricked, a documentary about human trafficking. She has conducted numerous trainings about human trafficking and was a member of the Southern Nevada Human Trafficking Task Force Training Committee. Dr. Bradley has been comprehensively trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) since 2010. Dr. Bradley is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at UNLV and has taught a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses since 2001. Dr. Bradley began employment with SNAMHS in November 2015 and started the Department of Forensic Psychology. In 2016, she became the Director of Forensic & Civil Psychology and oversees forensic inpatient, civil inpatient, and outpatient psychology. She is the NV-PIC Site Director for SNAMHS.

Christopher Fyfe, Psy.D.

  • Email address: cfyfe@health.nv.gov
  • Roles at NV-PIC: Primary Supervisor, Secondary Supervisor, Training Committee Member

Dr. Fyfe is a licensed psychologist who earned his doctorate in clinical psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology in Los Angeles, CA in 2010. Dr. Fyfe earned his B.A. in Psychology, with a minor in Art Studio, from Colorado College, located in Colorado Springs, CO. Dr. Fyfe currently provides services at the West Charleston Outpatient Clinic; these services include but are not limited to, Individual Psychotherapy, Psychological Testing and Assessment, and Individual Supervision to Interns and Post-Doctoral/Psychological Assistants. Prior to working for Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services, Dr. Fyfe worked for the Nevada Department of Corrections as a staff psychologist. Dr. Fyfe completed his post-doctoral training while working for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Dr. Fyfe has prior work experience in various settings including outpatient community mental health, university student health and psychological services, forensic/correctional settings and inpatient/residential treatment. Dr. Fyfe’s professional and clinical interests include: Diversity and multicultural issues, mindfulness, trauma and post-traumatic growth, art therapy, crisis intervention, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, personality disorders, stress management, men’s issues, community mental health, community outreach, relationship issues, interpersonal issues, supervising post-doctoral/psychological assistants, supervising NV-PIC interns and practicum students and conducting psychological testing and assessment. Personal interests include snowboarding, cooking, trying new restaurants, drawing/sketching and painting.

Vince Brouwers, Ph.D.

Vince Brouwers graduated from UNLV’s Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program in 2017. His clinical training has focused on forensic evaluation, forensic treatment of sex offenders and juvenile offenders, and general treatment and assessment of a range of mental health disorders. He completed his post-doctoral training with Dr. Shera Bradley at Stein Forensic Facility and earned his license to practice in June 2018. He currently serves as the Testing Coordinator for SNAMHS and the Research Coordinator for NV-PIC. His research interests include the nature of inner experience, measuring psychopathy, and malingering. Personal interests include fitness, theatre arts, and reading.

Stephanie McLaughlin, Ph.D.

  • Email address: smclaugh@health.nv.gov
  • Roles at NV-PIC: Secondary Supervisor, Member of Intern Selection Committee

Stephanie McLaughlin is a clinical psychologist and currently works within the Rapid Stabilization Unit at Rawson Neal Hospital. Dr. McLaughlin completed her bachelor’s degree at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville and her doctoral training at Brigham Young University in Utah. She completed post-doctoral training in 2017 with a group psychotherapy focus at The PRACTICE community mental health clinic at the University of Nevada – Las Vegas. Her research and clinical interests include group psychotherapy and measurement of outcomes in mental health. She has trained in several different clinical settings including community mental health centers, outpatient and inpatient neurorehabilitation units, psychiatric hospitals, a chronic pain clinic, and a college counseling center. Her current responsibilities at Rawson Neal include conducting treatment planning, assessment, and brief psychotherapy. She also conducts neuropsychological consultations to aid with differential diagnosis and treatment planning. She is chair of the Treatment Mall Steering Committee which aims to maintain and improve the quality of services provided through the treatment mall at Rawson Neal Hospital. Outside of her work as a psychologist, she likes to spend time traveling and hiking.

Other Faculty

Steven Graybar, Ph.D.

  • Roles at NV-PIC: Peer Professional Development Group Leader

Dr. Steven Graybar is a clinical psychologist who received his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Nevada- an APA approved training program. He took a postdoctoral fellowship in clinical psychology in the University of Rochester School of Medicine in Rochester, New York. He divides his time between his private practice and teaching psychotherapy in the University of Nevada School of Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry. In addition he consults in project ECHO a program offered through the Office of Statewide Initiatives within the School of Medicine. Within Project ECHO, he provides professional support and consultation to providers of mental health services in rural areas of Nevada. His clinical interests include psychodynamic approaches to individual and couple therapy and psychodynamic conceptualizations and treatment of addiction, grief, and chronic illness.