My name is Dr. Thomas Huber, and I work as a Licensed Clinical Psychologist at the USF Counseling Center. As you pursue your college degree here at USF, I am here to help you succeed. I know a little bit about the challenges of being in college. After all, I’ve been in college for over 15 years! That includes my undergraduate days spent earning my BA in Psychology with double minor degrees in Philosophy and Religious Studies, followed by my MA and PhD in Clinical Psychology, and now my JD for which I am currently finishing law school to specialize in mental healthcare law. Over the course of my various college studies, I have been an international student at the University of Windsor (Canada) and the University of Oxford (England). I am a life-long learner, and I savor the opportunity for new educational and multicultural experiences. When I’m not at USF or law school, I’m serving as a Captain (CPT) in the U.S. Army Reserves in Georgia.
I am passionate about higher education, and I love working with students to help them achieve their academic and personal goals. My approach to therapy is technically eclectic and tends to integrate both short-term psychoanalytic and cognitive-behavioral treatment modalities using a supportive solution-focused framework. If you visit our Counseling Center, I would enjoy working with you and setting some goals we can achieve together!
Clinical Interests: Anxiety and performance issues, college adjustment, graduate student mental health, international student concerns, success of students with disabilities, diversity issues, military/veteran concerns, and religious/spiritual concerns.
Approach to Supervision/Training: Competency Based Supervision Model