Alyssa Millon Boice, MA (Executive Director)
Seth Grossman, Psy.D. (Training Director)
Robert Tringone, Ph.D. (Founding Contributor)
Carrie Millon, Ph.D. (Founding Contributor)
Michael H. Antoni, Ph.D. (Founding Contributor)
Dr. Antoni is Sylvester Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Miami, Leader in the Cancer Prevention Control and Survivorship program at the Sylvester Cancer Center, and a licensed psychologist in the State of Florida. Over the past 3 decades, Dr. Antoni has received continuous extramural support from NIH and published over 400 journal articles, books, book chapters and abstracts on studies testing the effects of stress factors, personality/coping style, social resources and stress management interventions on psychological adaptation, biological processes, and clinical health outcomes in chronic diseases. Dr. Antoni has for the past 15 years served as Associate Editor for two interdisciplinary behavioral medicine journals: International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, and Psychology and Health. After being training under Dr. Millon they worked together for 30 years, during which time Dr. Antoni co-authored the Millon Behavioral Medicine Diagnostic (MBMD), and designed and conducted empirical research with the MBMD, MBHI and the MCMI instruments in different clinical populations including psychiatric patients, and persons diagnosed with conditions such as HIV/AIDS, heart disease, different cancers, bariatric surgery and chronic pain.
Katherine Millon Sinsabaugh, Ph.D. (Early Childhood and Childhood Specialist)
Dr. Sinsabaugh holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology/Special Education and Master’s Degree in Education from Marist College. She also holds a Ph.D. in Education from Capella University. Katherine’s dissertation, entitled Personality Styles of Pre-service Teachers: A Quantitative Study of Individuals who Aspire to Teach at Varying Levels, utilized the MIPS Revised assessment to investigate the personality styles of prospective teachers.
After working as a public school teacher for several years, Katherine has been teaching in the Education Department at SUNY Orange since August 2008. She currently serves as Chair of the Education Department. Katherine also works closely with Dr. Millon’s team on research and test construction endeavors. Her unique interests include the study of factors influencing child development, as well as examining the role of personality in teacher effectiveness.
Neil Bockian, Ph.D. (Founding Contributor)
Donna Meagher, MA (Administrative/Research Coordinator)
Theo Jolosky, Ph.D. (Founding Contributor)
Dr. Jolosky’s educational background includes a BA in Psychology from Carleton College and a PhD in Higher Education from the University of Michigan. His professional relationship with Dr. Millon began in 1981, when he led the commercial marketing launch of Ted’s first three clinical assessments. Later, Theo and Ted worked together on new test ideas, plans for revising existing instruments, and how best to keep Ted’s work alive in the world of clinical psychology and allied fields. At the Millon Personality Group Theo helps to identify ongoing research and training opportunities for the Millon Inventories.
He is also the author of Dr. Millon’s memoir entitled Master of the Mind: The Voice of Theodore Millon. The book’s primary concentration is not on the contributions Dr. Millon made to the fields of personality theory, personality disorders, and personality assessment, as far-reaching and multidimensional as those contributions have been. Rather, the book focuses on who Ted Millon was as a person and why he was so driven and committed to improving the human condition.