Klinton Hobbs, Ph.D.

I completed my undergraduate degree at Utah State University and earned my Ph.D. at Brigham Young University. While at BYU I received specialized instruction and experience in ADHD, learning disability, and psychiatric assessment. Following the completion of my Ph.D. I worked for 10 years at Texas Tech University, where I conducted psychotherapy and supervised psychological assessment. I recently returned to BYU, where I work as an Assistant Professor at BYU’s Counseling and Psychological Services. Complete Evaluations represents an opportunity for me to continue to offer my psychological assessment experience and skills to the broader Utah County community.

 I’m the happily married father of four children, and my most rewarding role in life is being a family man. I’m a movie buff and can gladly examine and deconstruct films, often to the exasperation of my family and friends! I’ve been interested in psychology since I was very young, and I’m extremely fortunate that I get to practice psychology every day to help others.


Clay Frandsen PhD, BCB

My greatest passion in life is my family.  I have two beautiful daughters and a wonderful wife.  I treasure the few hours that I spend with them each day.  As a family, we enjoy traveling, spending time at parks, and having movie nights.  While most of my time is taken these days, I still enjoy fishing, talking sports with my dad and brothers, and reading in my free time.

I followed my family’s tradition by attending the University of Utah, where I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in psychology.  Four months after graduating, I began my PhD in counseling psychology at Brigham Young University.  While completing my graduate studies, I worked for three years as a psychometrician, which afforded me the opportunity to become familiar with psychological assessment and testing practices.  Near the end of graduate school, I completed an APA internship at Texas Tech University.  It was there that I was fortunate enough to meet Klint, and I could not pass up the opportunity to work closely with him again.

I am currently employed by Brigham Young University and work as an assistant director in the University Accessibility Center.  I am passionate about working to ensure that students who have disabilities are given equal access to all academic opportunities at the university level.  In this capacity, I have completed nearly 200 ADHD evaluations and 50 learning disorder evaluations.