- Years Attended: 2006-2010
- Advisor: Gregg Henriques
I am a licensed clinical psychologist at Penn State's Center for Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), where I specialize in treating survivors of sexual assault and intimate partner violence. I coordinate CAPS Purple Team services and serves as a liaison to multiple Penn State offices, including Penn State's Office for Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response. I am also an instructor for Penn State's Counselor Education graduate program and I run a part-time private practice in State College, PA, where I provide psychotherapy to individuals and families and serve as a consultant to local agencies, including the Centre County Women's Resource Center and the Centre County Children's Advocacy Center. I earned a Doctorate of Psychology in Combined-Integrated Clinical and School psychology from James Madison University and a Master's of Science in Education degree from the University of Pennsylvania in psychological services. I completed my internship and residency at the Milton Hershey School in Hershey, PA, with a specialized focus on treating adolescents who had experienced complex trauma.