Michelle G. Paul
Michelle Paul is the executive director of UNLV PRACTICE, an interdisciplinary mental health clinic that offers services to campus and community members. She’s also the liaison between the UNLV psychology department and broader community in service of promoting mental health and training the next-generation workforce to address the growing and urgent need to address mental health.
A practicing psychologist in the Las Vegas community since 1999, Paul joined the university's psychology department in 2004 and serves a a professor and associate director of clinical training for doctoral students. She teaches clinical courses, provides clinical supervision, and oversees practicum training assignments, including UNLV PRACTICE.
Additionally, her work includes conducting psychological assessments of attention deficit disorders, learning disabilities and other neurodevelopmental or acquired emotional, and cognitive and behavioral impairments in children and adults.
Paul is an active member of the Nevada Psychological Association, through which she has held a number of leadership positions and received several awards for advocacy and excellence in her field. In 2011, she was appointed by Governor Brian Sandoval to serve as a member of the Nevada Board of Psychological Examiners. She served eight years, including three as president. Today, she serves on the board of directors for the national Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards as liaison to the education and training community.
- Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, University of Vermont, 1997