Winter Hall 337
Clinical Psychology, Adult Psychotherapy, Neuropsychology
Dr. Rogers earned his doctorate in clinical psychology from Fuller Theological Seminary and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in the neurology of aging at UCLA. He is a clinical psychologist and has a private practice specializing in psychotherapy with adults and adolescents. He also serves as a clinical neuropsychologist with the Pacific Neuroscience Medical Group. His research interests focus on the neuropsychology of aging, dementia, and spirituality. He joined the faculty in 2006.