Jane Clement, Ph.D., email@example.com
Alma Mater: University of Memphis. (GO TIGERS!)
Hobbies: When I am not being the Director of the Counseling Center or working in my private practice, I enjoy time with family – particularly with my granddaughters. I enjoy playing bridge with friends and going to the lake. I go to any and all theater shows I am able. I collect kaleidoscopes and love art museums and antiques. My passion is Tiger Basketball – you will find me at most every game. I travel a lot but have a few places still on my bucket list...China, Croatia, and Costa Rica.
Professional areas of interest: Areas of professional interest for me are: Training, Diversity, Women's issues,
Couples, Myers-Briggs, and family therapy.
Wellness Tip: Wellness for me means staying busy and finding time to laugh.
Robert Maichrowicz, Ph.D., firstname.lastname@example.org
Alma Mater: University of Akron.
Hobbies: Music, Pittsburgh Steelers Football, attending my son's sporting events.
Favorite books and/or movies: My favorite book is "The Cat in the Hat Comes Back" and my favorite film is "The Titanic".
Professional areas of interest: Intern and practicum student training, psychological assessment, and positive psychology.
Wellness Tip: Enjoy the moment as nothing stays the same forever. Remember to laugh along the
way and to not take things too seriously.
Linh P. Luu, Ph.D., email@example.com
Associate Director, Training Director-Internship and Practicum
Alma Mater: Lehigh University.
Hobbies: I love traveling and exploring new places, meeting new people, cooking, practicing yoga, spending time with friends, decorating, and reading.
Favorite books and/or movies: A few of the books I like includes: The Namesake, The Five People You Meet in Heaven, and the Center Cannot Hold.
Professional areas of interest: My scholarly interests include social justice advocacy and multicultural competency in training, clinical supervision, and racial and gender issues. My clinical interests include trauma and grief, multicultural issues, LGBTQ+, and identities development issues.
Wellness Tip: Be where you are, enjoy the moment, find meaning and purpose in what you do.
Lisa Winborn, Ph.D., firstname.lastname@example.org
Alma Mater: University of Memphis. (GO TIGERS!)
Hobbies: Being with friends, reading, watching movies.
Favorite books and/or movies: It is impossible to pick a favorite book! My favorite move is "Wait Until Dark".
Professional areas of interest: Sexual trauma recovery, diversity, suicide prevention, chronic illness, childhood trauma, ADHD.
Wellness Tip: Laugh often and don't take life too seriously. Do what you have to do to live in
PSYCHOLOGISTS & THERAPISTS
Will Adams, PhD, MBA
Alma Mater: SMU and The University of Memphis for graduate school. Go Tigers!
Hobbies: In no particular order, fishing, golf, going to movies and museums, riding bikes with my 3 kids, and Tiger athletics.
Favorite books and/or movies: I enjoy southern literature and history. I also like documentaries and, yes, romantic comedies. One of my favorite films is Good Will Hunting.
Professional areas of interest: Trauma Informed Care, Sports Psychology, Crisis Intervention, Diversity, Training & Supervision, Group Therapy, Spirituality, and Psychotherapy Research.
Wellness Tip: Dry ribs over wet. And being vulnerable is being brave.
Britney Bryson, LPC-MHSP, email@example.com
Staff Mental Health Counselor, Health and Wellness Outreach Educator
Alma Mater: I attended Middle Tennessee State University for my undergraduate degree and University of Memphis for my graduate degree.
Hobbies: Watching movies, creative writing, listening to music, and going to concerts.
Professional areas of interest: Wellness education and awareness, group therapy, trauma, self-esteem, dual diagnosis treatment for substance use and mental illness, suicide prevention, adjustment, relationships and risk prevention.
Wellness Tip: "We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone
through to achieve that beauty" - Maya Angelou. Know that change and challenges will
not be stopped by our beauty or our healing. The best parts of us were created with
tears and tough decisions. Take care of yourself at each part of your process because
self-care isn't about being pretty. Self-care is about knowing how to survive and
thrive when things get ugly.
Artice Carter, LCSW, firstname.lastname@example.org
Staff Social Worker
Alma Mater: University of Memphis (GO Blue, GO Gray, GO Tigers!)
Hobbies: Being with family and attending shows at the Orpheum and Ballet Memphis.
Professional areas of interest: Problems and concerns related to transition-age youth, severe mental illness (SMI), complex trauma, spirituality, issues with guilt and shame, crisis intervention and crisis prevention planning.
Wellness Tip: The first wealth is health. - Ralph Waldo Emerson
David Deason, Ph.D., email@example.com
Alma Mater: I received my B.S. from the University of Alabama, and my M.S. and Ph.D. From the University of Southern Mississippi.
Hobbies: I like watching sports, especially college football, smoking BBQ, cooking, watching movies, traveling and reading.
Favorite books and/or movies: Too many to name here, but among my favorite movies would be Shawshank Redemption and Forrest Gump. I loved the book Lonesome Dove and most all of Stephen King's short stories.
Professional areas of interest: Personality disorders, anxiety, trauma, attachment theory, developmental theories and counselor development.
Wellness Tip: Mark Twain once said, "I've known a lot of trouble in my life, most of which never
happened." I find we do well to remember anxiety mostly lives in our imagination.
Francisco Salgado García, Ph.D., firstname.lastname@example.org
Alma Mater: University of Memphis
Hobbies: For my health, I like running or walking my dog every morning at the Green Line or at Shelby Farms. Also, for my (mental) health, I spend some time building Lego sets. For my entertainment, I love watching movies of all kinds; especially sci-fi, fantasy, and dramas. I also like sci-fi/fantasy and contest TV shows. For special occasions, I combine my love for traveling and photography.
Favorite books and/or movies: It is always difficult to choose a few, but here are some favorite movies by genre:
Sci-fi: Donnie Darko, Wonder Woman, Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War, The Matrix,
District 9, The Fountain, Inception, Interstellar, Jurassic Park, Back to the Future,
Fantasy: Harry Potter (series), The Lord of the Rings (trilogy), Pan's Labyrinth, Edward Scissorhands.
Drama: Children of Men, Gladiator, Hidden Figures, Life of Pi, The Hundred-Foot Journey, Moonlight, Perfume, V for Vendetta, Vanilla Sky, Magnolia.
Suspense/Horror: Get Out, A Quiet Place, It, 28 Days Later.
International: Hero, Amelie, Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind, Spirited Away, Night Watch.
Professional areas of interest: Professional Areas of Interest: Substance use (e.g., tobacco, alcohol, illegal drugs, prescription opioids) prevention and treatment, trauma, pain, motivational interviewing, mindfulness-based treatments, resilience, behavioral health, LGBT mental health, Hispanic mental health, diversity issues, and trainee supervision and training.
Wellness Tip: Define your values and use them as the compass that guides your direction. Remember
to check that compass once in a while to reorient yourself or change direction. Exercise
daily with at least 30 minutes of brisk walking. CHOOSE to do difficult/challenging/uncomfortable
things at least once a week. Ask yourself what you have learned at least twice per
week. Do something new at least once a month. Declutter your space at least once a
Victoria Jones, LMSW, email@example.com
Staff Social Worker, Outreach Coordinator
Alma Mater: University of Memphis. (Go Tigers Go!)
Hobbies: I enjoy reading, cooking, practicing yoga, working out, sports, and event planning.
Favorite books and/or movies: My favorite book would have to be the Harry Potter series and my favorite movie is the Breakfast Club.
Professional areas of interest: Stress management, trauma, suicide prevention, safe zone, personal growth and cultivation, training and presenting, mindfulness, art therapy, play therapy, sports psychology, and group therapy.
Wellness Tip: I think Albus Dumbledore says it best that "happiness can be found even in the darkest
of times, if only one remembers to turn on the light". However, my own tip is to always
strive for balance in life instead of perfection in life.
Kelsey Hoover, firstname.lastname@example.org
Alma Mater: University of Memphis. (Go Tigers!)
Hobbies: Reading, attending sporting events, and playing with my dog.
Favorite books and/or movies: A few of my favorite books include the Harry Potter series, the Book Thief, and Jane Eyre.
Wellness Tip: Self-care is so necessary. When you make time to care for and replenish yourself,
you will give the world a better version of you.
Donna Larison, email@example.com
Alma Mater: Education received at Bulmershe school and college.
Hobbies: Calligraphy, Tea culture, reading and staying in touch with scattered family; stateside and abroad.
Favorite books and/or movies: I enjoy any book with a strong redemptive theme like A Christmas Carol and Oliver Twist. An utter favorite is Pride and Prejudice. Favorite movie by far is Dead Poets Society.
Wellness Tip: Remember that your smile is your superpower. Mother Teresa once said; "Every time you smile at someone, it is an action of love, a gift to that person, a beautiful thing." We can never know all the good that a simple smile can do.
2019 – 2020 Doctoral Interns in Health Service Psychology
Lauren Cope, M.A., firstname.lastname@example.org
Alma Mater: I attended the University of San Francisco for my bachelors degree, and I will be receiving my doctorate degree from Alliant International University in San Francisco.
Hobbies: I am a big sports fan! I love to go to baseball and basketball games in my spare time. I enjoy spending time with friends, going to concerts, trying new restaurants, and traveling. I also want to start getting into photography.
Favorite books and/or movies: My favorite book is Wild by Cheryl Strayed.
Professional areas of interest: Depression, Anxiety, Addiction/Recovery, Grief & Loss, DBT, Sports Psychology, Mindfulness.
Wellness Tip: Check in with yourself every day. Slow down if you are feeling overwhelmed. Try and
practice Radical Acceptance! "You're imperfect, and you're wired for struggle, but
you are worthy of love and belonging" - Brene Brown
Aubrey Morrissey, M.A., email@example.com
Alma Mater: I attended Salve Regina University for my undergraduate degree and Boston College for my master's degree in Mental Health Counseling. I will be receiving my doctorate in Clinical Psychology from William James College.
Hobbies: Spending time with friends and family, reading, trying new restaurants, working out, cooking, and traveling.
Favorite books and/or movies: Some of my recent favorite books include "Educated," "The Great Alone," and "Where the Crawdads Sing".
Professional areas of interest: Emerging adulthood, identity development, relationship/interpersonal challenges, trauma, depression, and anxiety.
Wellness Tip: Take time to invest in your own self-care, practice self-compassion, and enjoy the
Paula Sands, M.A., firstname.lastname@example.org
Alma Mater: Albion College in Michigan for undergraduate, University of Hartford in Connecticut for my doctorate.
Hobbies: Does my dissertation count? But really, when I'm not working I like to spend time with friends, try new restaurants and recipes, travel, enjoy a nice run, engage in some Netflix binging, and I have recently started learning Spanish.
Favorite books and/or movies: Harry Potter series for both.
Professional areas of interest: Anxiety, Depression, Multiculturalism, Diversity, Trauma, Psychological Assessment.
Wellness Tip: Sometimes you just need to laugh.
Chad Sims, M.S.Ed., email@example.com
Alma Mater: Indiana University, Indianapolis
Hobbies: Spending time with family, Sports, Reading, Listening to music.
Favorite books and/or movies: The Warmth of Other Suns; Rocky (1-4) & Creed I & II.
Professional areas of interest: Multiculturalism, Social Justice, Advocacy.
Wellness Tip: Take the time to slow down and appreciate what is in front of you.