Psychology & Counseling: Faculty & Staff

Brooke J. Cannon, Ph.D.

Director of Clinical Training, Psy.D. Program
570-348-6211 ext. 2324
McGowan 1020


Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, Binghamton University; M.A. Clinical Psychology, Binghamton University; M.S. Rehabilitation Counseling, University of Scranton; B.S. Psychology, University of Scranton

Clinical Specialization

Clinical Neuropsychology

Research Interests

Traumatic Brain Injury, Dementia, Neuropsychology, Psychology in Film, Ethics

Brooke J. Cannon, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist with specialization in clinical neuropsychology. Her publications and presentations focus primarily on neuropsychology, brain dysfunction, and assessment, but also include the portrayal of psychology in film. Since 1999, Dr. Cannon has maintained the website, a resource used internationally by psychology instructors and students. She serves as a site visitor for the American Psychological Association's Commission on Accreditation and was the first Director of Clinical Training for the Psy.D. program (2001-2009), resuming this position in 2017. Along with Dr. Phillips, she is a faculty advisor for the student-faculty group UPSIDE (Underrepresented Psychology Student Inclusion, Development, and Empowerment).

Courses Taught

Biological Bases of Behavior, Ethics, Geriatric Assessment Practicum, Neuropsychology, Supervision Training Practica, Psychology in Film, Psychology of Hitchcock