Tell us something about yourself:
I am completing my post-doctoral fellowship in Academic Leadership at TCSPP with an administrative role at Community Partnerships and a clinical rotation at the Cook County Sheriff’s Women’s Justice Programs (SWJP). At Community Partnerships, I serve as a liaison between students, community partners, and the school. At SWJP, I provide individual and group therapy to female inmates as well as supervision to practicum students and Master’s level clinicians. I received my Psy.D. and M.A. in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology, and a B.S. in Psychology from University of Wisconsin.
Where do you work right now?
I am a Post-doctoral fellow at The Chicago School’s Community Partnerships Department and Sheriff’s Women’s Justice Programs at Cook County.
What school did you graduate from?
Illinois School of Professional Psychology (Argosy University – Chicago)
Did you have a specialization?
Clinical Psychology (Diversity concentration)
Where would you like to work in the future?
I would like to have the opportunity to work with children, adults and families either in hospital setting or a community mental health agency. I also enjoy working with the refugee population. Eventually, I would like to work in a group practice.
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