Psychoeducational Consultant (School Psychologist) - Peel District School Board
Graduation Year: 2006
Interests: I'd be happy to speak about networking opportunities, career goals, or just providing info about a possible career path in psychology.
Doctoral Intern at Pacific Clinics in Pasadena, CA (beginning Sept 1)
Graduation Year: 2012
Interests: Networking opportunities, discussing career goals, providing advice regarding graduate school
School Psychologist with Gloucester County Public Schools starting 8/17.
Graduation Year: 2014
Interests: I am happy to talk about school psychology as a potential career!
Stay-at-home mom. / Received Ph.D. in Clinical/Community Psychology from the University of South Carolina in 2007.
Graduation Year: 1997
Interests: Communicate with interested students about career goals, networking, etc. Worked in integrated mental health care at the Dorn VA Medical Center from 2009-2014.
Senior Manager, Intellectual Property Development, Korn Ferry (Korn Ferry Institute)
Graduation Year: 1994
Interests: Career goals and networking. Interested in discussing career options, discussing research, etc. I have just completed my Master's in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. I work with data scientists and other consultants to develop assessment products and supporting materials, and my main area of interest is personality in the workplace (especially the "dark side" of personality).
Ph.D., Recently retired after a four-decade career with a large university (University of Minnesota) counseling center.
Graduation Year: 1972
Interests: Networking, career planning, perspective on a career in counseling psychology, especially at a university counseling center.
Louisa Psychological Consulting, PC, Director, private practice
Graduation Year: 1987
Interests: Career goals. Happy to answer any questions about my experience and suggestions for the field.
Assistant Director for Policy at the Association for Psychological Science
Graduation Year: 2009
Interests: Discussing career goals, networking and sharing my experiences in establishing my career path. I advocate for the field of psychological science, strengthen connections between federal funders and psychologists, and communicate government relations issues to APS members and the public.