University of Arizona | 2003 | M.A.
University of Lima | 1999 | B.A.
Dr. Menchola is a board-certified clinical neuropsychologist (ABPP-CN). She obtained her Ph.D. at the University of Arizona and completed a post-doctoral fellowship through the Arizona Alzheimer’s Consortium. Prior to joining the Clinical Psychology program at Midwestern University, she was a clinical professor at the University of Arizona College of Medicine and Banner University Medical Center. While at the U of A, she served as Director of Psychology Training and Director of the APA-accredited Doctoral Psychology Internship program for the Department of Psychiatry, and as Director of the Clinical Neuropsychology Fellowship Program for the Department of Neurology. She is a past-president of the Southern Arizona Psychological Association and the Arizona Neuropsychological Society. She has also served in different roles with the Arizona Psychological Association, the Desert Southwest Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, Pima Council on Aging, and the Hispanic Neuropsychological Society. Her research and advocacy interests include issues related to aging, psychology training, and the role of psychologists in eliminating health disparities.
College of Health Sciences - AZ
Intelligence Testing I & II
Introduction to Neuropsychology
Advanced Neuropsychological Assessment
American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology
American Psychological Association (Division 12, Society of Clinical Psychology; Division 40, Society for Clinical Neuropsychology)
Arizona Neuropsychological Society
Arizona Psychological Association
Asian Neuropsychological Association
Hispanic Neuropsychological Society
International Neuropsychological Society
National Academy of Neuropsychology
Queer Neuropsychological Society
Society for Black Neuropsychology
Southern Arizona Psychological Association
2021 Award for Distinguished Contribution to the Practice of Professional Psychology, presented by the Arizona Psychological Association
2020 Peter Attarian Award for Outstanding Contribution to Psychology in Southern Arizona, presented by the Southern Arizona Psychological Association
2018 Herring-Farrell Psychology Interns Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Psychology Internship, presented by The University of Arizona Department of Psychiatry
2007 University of Arizona President’s Award for Outstanding Academic Research and Community Service
2007 University of Arizona’s Association of Women Faculty Award