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John P. Sullivan, Psy.D. (’93) is a University Psychologist at the University of Rhode Island Counseling Center.   He is the Coordinator of athletic counseling/sport psychology outreach services to the NCAA Division I student-athletes at the University of Rhode Island, he graduated from Niagara in 1993 with a double major in psychology and mass communications.  Following     his undergraduate work he earned a M.S. in Counseling Psychology with a Specialization in Athletic Counseling/Sport Psychology from Springfield College.  His doctoral work was completed at the University of Hartford where he earned a M.A. and Psy.D. (Doctorate in Psychology) in Clinical Psychology.   The early academic and clinical journey was focused on developing an initial/proper specialization on Sport/Performance Psychology while in his later graduate work continuing to build on traditional areas of the science.  His other interests and areas of expertise are focused in the neuroscience of psychotherapy, treatment/diagnosis of personality disorders, Short-term Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, clinical training issues, and teaching/mentoring in the science of psychology.  He completed his APA approved pre-doctoral internship at Broughton Hospital in Morganton North Carolina.  Broughton Hospital is  one of four North Carolina state hospitals serving three-quarters of the states mental health population.  While completing his pre-doctoral internship he also engaged in an outpatient rotation two days’ weekly working children and families in Asheville, North Carolina.  Dr. Sullivan has worked as a mental health professional for eleven years and provided professional services to a variety of populations including geriatrics, adults, adolescents, and children.  He has provided clinical care to diverse populations in a variety of settings (inpatient, partial hospital, community mental health, college counseling centers, and private practice).   He  has served extensively as a consultant, practitioner, lecturer (undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate), and researcher in the areas of Clinical, Counseling, Organizational, Sport, Performance, and Experimental Psychology.


In the late summer of 2001 he started a position at the University of Rhode Island’s Counseling Center as generalist to work with the student body and also as a specialist to start a Sport Psychology/Athletic Counseling program for NCAA Division I athletes.  His program is one of only twenty comprehensive programs in the nation that attends to the psychological, developmental, and performance issues of student-athletes.  He works collaboratively with student-athletes, faculty, staff, athletic administrators, sport medicine personnel, and coaches to provide these services.  In only its fourth year the program has grown with increasing utilization and prominence in the state and New England region.  Within the first year of the programs existence Dr. Sullivan received an inquiry for services from beyond the University and landed a contract with a major professional sports organization.


Since that time he has become the co-founder and the Chief Executive Officer of Clinical & Sports Consulting Services (www.performancedocs.com) a consulting practice focusing on providing advisement, direct sport/performance/clinical services, and assessment/research to Professional, Olympic, Collegiate, High School, and youth athletes.  Additionally, he has worked with other life performers including those in medicine, business, higher education, and the performing arts.  Not only has he worked with individuals but he also works with organizations and systems on issues related to performance and mental health issues (e.g.: universities, community colleges, professional sports organizations, youth sports organizations, manufacturing companies, financial firms, and the technology industry).  Since 2002, the consulting practice’s home has been at the International Scholar Athlete Hall of Fame (www.internationalsport.com).  Dr. Sullivan has worked with an assortment of sports since 1993 including archery, basketball, baseball, biathlon, board sailing, bowling, cycling, equestrian, football, golf, lacrosse, marital arts, rowing, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, track and field, triathlon and volleyball (indoor & beach).  He is currently working on a series of books related to performance enhancement and educational videos on drug use in sport.  The videos are a collaborative effort with HRM video (http://www.hrmvideo.com) and his consulting firm taking a motivational interviewing/prevention approach to issues of alcohol use among high school and college athletes.  He will actively take part in production, being an on-screen expert, and writing the education curriculum.  Dr. Sullivan has also involved himself in research/prevention/treatment models focusing on occupational burnout for sport professionals (coaches, sports medicine personnel, etc).  He remains active in presenting at professional conferences and recently was invited to speak at the combined Rhode Island and Massachusetts Athletic Trainers Conference, where he presented on two topics:  Psychological Factors of Athletic Injury  and Sport Psychology Solutions to Occupational Burnout:  Athletic Trainers are Performers!


Dr. Sullivan currently resides in Newport, Rhode Island where he remains active in his loves of running, cycling, and taking in the sights and sounds of Newport, historically the nation’s first seaside resort.

Dr. Tim Belavich ('92), is a Senior Psychologist Supervisor for the California Department of Corrections,  working at the California State Prison at S an Quentin. Dr. Belavich graduated from Niagara University summa cum laude with a double major in psychology and French in 1992. He attended Bowling Green State University's Clinical Psychology Program from 1992 until 1997. During his time at Bowling Green he completed a Master's thesis and dissertation on the role of religion in coping with life stressors. His clinical interests were in the area of behavioral medicine and geropsychology. In 1997 he accepted an internship in Health Psychology at the Westside VA in Chicago, Illinois. After the completion of his internship in 1998 he accepted a post-doctoral fellowship in Physical Medicine & Geropsychology at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois. During his fellowship he also served at a research consultant on a 5 year federally funded NIH grant at Cook County Hospital. Upon completion of his fellowship Dr. Belavich accepted a position with Rehabilitation Associates of the Midwest which provided psychological assessment and services to patients hospitalized in acute and subacute hospital facilities sponsored by the Sisters of the Resurrection, Chicago's largest Catholic Healthcare Network.


In April 2001, Dr. Belavich relocated to San Francisco, California to accept a position as a staff psychologist at California State Prison at San Quentin. San Quentin is California's oldest state prison and currently houses approximately 6000 inmates, including 600 condemned prisoners. His position entailed assessment of inmates newly arrived into the prison as well as brief therapy and crisis intervention. In December 2002 he was appointed to the position of Senior Psychologist Supervisor at San Quentin, a position he holds today. At the time of his appointment he was the youngest Senior Psychologist in the California Department of Corrections. His current responsibilities include supervision of treatment programs for the  approximately 900 inmates who are involved in mental health programs. He is also responsible for San Quentin's new computer tracking system which connects the prison to California's other 32 prisons. This system tracks the mental health histories and care of the 150,000 individuals currently under the jurisdiction of the California Department of Corrections.

Cynthia Stappenbeck, M.A. ('00). Cindy spent two years as a lab assistant in Dr. Osberg's clinical psychology lab and a year in Dr. Burt Thompson's cognitive psychology lab before graduating in 2000.  She completed her masters degree in psychology at the University at Buffalo in 2002 and then continued her work at the Research Institute Institute on Addictions in Buffalo.  During her time at Niagara, UB and the RIA, Cindy accumulated extensive research experience which culminated in numerous convention presentations and several publications. In the fall of 2003, Cindy applied to several Ph.D. programs in clinical psychology across the country.  She raised her GRE scores to an impressive level, and coupled with her research experience, became a widely sought candidate. Cindy received 9 offers of interviews and accumulated many frequent flyer miles during the interview process. She was accepted into most of these programs, and faced the difficult decision of choosing between programs such as Rutgers, Syracuse, UB, Virginia Commonwealth, etc, before deciding to accept the offer at the highly ranked University of Texas at Austin.


Cindy shared her post-NU trek into a prestigious clinical psychology program with current psychology students at NU as keynote speaker at the Psi Chi Banquet in April 2004 (see photo). She graciously assembled a very informative handbook detailing the strategies that helped her gain acceptance into highly competitive Ph.D. programs. After a successgul cross-country relocation, Cindy began her first year at UT-Austin in the fall of 2004.

Alumni Updates

Michele and her husband, Nick, welcomed Kaden Jospeh Kicior to the world. He was born on 12/12/07.

Jack recently completed his doctoral degree (Psy.D.) in school psychology from St. John’s University. His dissertation examined the relationship between therapist verbal response modes, the therapeutic alliance and in-session client good moments in non self referred adolescent psychotherapy populations.

On June 1, Tim was promoted to Chief Psychologist and Mental Health Program Director at San Quentin Correctional Facility.

Paul recently accepted a one year position at the Miami, FL Veterans Medical Center where, in his words he can "make good money, serve the veterans, and finish the dissertation" at the counseling psychology Ph.D. program at the University of Miami.

Jenna recently started her second year in the Psy.D. program at Adler University in Chicago.  She began is currently undertaking a psychological assessment practicum at a residential facility for juvenile sex offenders as well.

Tara recently completed her masters project at Edinboro University in PA and plans on undertaking an internship in the Buffalo area.

Julie is about to begin data collection for her doctoral dissertation in the doctoral program in clinical psychology at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.  She currently works half time at a clinic as a child and adolescent therapist.  She plans to apply for her clinical internship this fall.

Michele has started the masters in counseling program at St. Bonaventure University.

Kari has started the masters in clinical psychology program at Edinboro University in Pennsylvania.

Kevin has worked for Eckerd Youth Alternatives in Boomer, NC for two years and has been promoted twice ("I'm officially a Master Counselor now"). He plans to attend grad school next fall and is applying to PhD programs in Social Psychology.

Wanda is currently a school counselor at Niagara Street Elementary School in Niagara Falls.

Tracey recently accepted a job with Niagara in the Admissions office and will be starting on my masters in January in counseling here at NU.  She "love(s) being back on campus."

Denise is scheduled to start her practicum in the fall at Canisteo High School. She will be in the school for two full days in the fall and then will be there full time in the Spring. She is looking forward to working in the schools.

5/10/04. Gina successfully defended her dissertation on April 27. She also accepted a postdoc position at the Bedford VA in Massachusetts and will be working in outpatient mental health. She is looking forward to living near Boston and continuing her training within the VA system.

Erin will be completing a diagnostic practicum at Triology, Inc., which is an outpatient community mental health center serving seriously and persistently mentally ill adults.  Many of the clients have substance abuse disorders and Axis II disorders.

Paul completed his Ph.D. in biological psychology at the University of Chicago in 1996. He recently took the position of Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Neurobiology at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.

Julie is completing her third year in the Ph.D. clinical psychology program at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale. She happily reports successfully passing her preliminary exams and the development of a dissertation topic. She will present her masters thesis data at the Society for Research in Adolescence in Baltimore this month.

Currently in the Ph.D. program at Kent State, Danielle will intern in clinical psychology at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Buffalo this fall.

Paula has just accepted a new position as a Case Manager at Whitehaven Southwest Mental Health Center in Memphis, Tennessee.

Shannon reports that she has begun her dissertation and has registered for her last class in her PsyD program at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology in Chicago. She is currently placed in a psychotherapy practicum as well.

Gina was married last December to NU alum Matt Danihy.  She and Matt recently moved from  Albany to Syracuse where Gina begins her one year internship at the Syracuse VA Medical Center this month.  She is collecting her dissertation data and hopes to finish by May 2004

Julie successfully defended her masters thesis entitled, "The effect of mentoring and life skills training programs on at-risk children and adolescents." She completed an internship as a child and adolescent therapist and moves into her third year in the PhD clinical psychology program at Southern Illinois University. Julie will intern at the University's Clinical Center this year and she looks forward to completing her prelim exams in January.

Theresa recently accepted a position as assistant softball coach at Bucknell University and plans to apply this fall to PsyD programs with a possible certificate in Sports Psychology.

Jessica will enter the Ph.D. program in Counseling at the University at Buffalo this fall. She had received her masters degree at Buffalo and has been working on health psychology research at the Roswell Park cancer center. Jessica chose to accept Buffalo's offer over another so that she could continue her work at Roswell. One study she is involved with seeks to mitigate the cognitive decline that can occur among bone marrow transplant patients. She hopes to become a specialist in pediatric health psychology.  Jessica will also continue teaching the course in Personality this year at Niagara. If all of these involvements don't keep her busy, her new role of being a homeowner likely will!

Cassie just accepted a position as a counselor with Transitional Services in Buffalo. She will apply to graduate programs in clinical psychology this fall.

Melissa is currently working as a counselor at the Boys Club in Niagara Falls.  She is especially gratified that the skills learned during her internship working with abused children have been useful in her current work. Melissa will be applying to school and clinical psychology graduate programs this fall.

Dr. Peter Butera with psychology alum Alicia Doerflinger ('99) at the meeting of the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior in Santa Cruz, CA (August, 2002). Alicia presented the results of her master's thesis research that she recently completed at Purdue University.

Dr. Tim Osberg and alum Julie Pettapiece ('01) present their research on MMPI-A correlates of discipline problems in high school students, coauthored with Drs. Joanne Basta and Mark Peters, at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association in Chicago (August, 2002). Julie is moving into her second year in the Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale.

Kevin currently is a counselor for Eckerd Youth Alternatives Inc. in North Carolina, an organization that serves at risk youth.

Rohna is a foster care case worker for Angel Guardian Child and Family Services in Brooklyn, NY. She enjoys her work very much.

Bryna is currently enrolled in the masters clinical psychology program at West Chester University in Pennsylvania. She's feeling déjà vu as the school's colors are purple and white.

Lisa received her MSW at the University at Buffalo in 1999.  She is a social worker at Gateway-Longview and works with teenage boys in group home and residential settings.  She very much enjoys her work with this population and feels she has found her "niche."

Kelly received her M.A. in School Psychology from the University at Buffalo in May 2002.  She is employed in Children's Hospital's Early Childhood Program and performs cognitive and psychological assessments on pre-school children 3-5 years of age for use in treatment planning. She feels her training at NU prepared her well for graduate school and her career.

Graduation List

Rachael Marie Avino
Elizabeth Anne Campbell
Jamie Loren Constantz
Elizabeth Anne Cosgrove
Gail Crossman
Taryn Nicole Edmondson
Taylor Davis
Kristi Dempski
Carissa R. Farina
Kathleen A. Fox
Katherine L. Gates
Richard Gubala
Sabrina Hartman
Melissa Heldwein
Jillian R. Hood
James Kurtz
Stephanie Ann Langston
Michael J. Laucello Jr.
Kenneth R. Lenfest
Molly Lynn Lizzio
Daniel J. Loucy
Amanda C. Mallwitz
Meghan Siobhan McDonough
Michael James Ross
Migdalia Santos
Kimberly Lynn Savannah Silla
Carolyn Skaros
Janet Gail Sledziewski
Bethanne Hannon Stutz
Michael T. Szarszewski
John Richard Temperato
Elizabeth Whistler

Megan Elizabeth Addy
Jacquelyn E. Cary
Kelly Lee Colangelo
Heather Lynn Collins
Danielle Christine DeMunda
Anne-marie Grimm
Catherine Michelle Holycross
Kristina Katherine Howard
Stacey Irene Howard
Kristin LeAnn Kasperek
Jodi Lynn Kennis
Janelle Renee King
Adam Vincent Edward Lock
Jacob Carl Long
Elizabeth Anne Mariano
Maggie Mairsile O’Hara
Julianne Marie Prokopich
Tatyana Sapaleva
Matthew Robert Scheuer
Paul William Schmitz
David M. Schug
Jessica L. Stahlman
Andrew Robert Swanson
Sarah E. Sylvester
Kelly Lynn Thomson
Adrienne Lynn West
Elaine M. Zamojski

Victoria J. Bachman
Nathan Eugene Baker
Julie Alexis Cosentino
Teresa Marie Cristiano
Rebecca M. Culp
Melissa Dengler
Demetria Doukas
Diane Colleen Dudziak
Amy Grace Giacometti
Danielle Nicole Grenier
Katie E. Guinther
Mary Ann Honors
Peter J. Hubbard
Jenna L. Hurd
Kristie Lynn Jankowski
Daniel Adam Lawson
Kimberly Marie Librera
Michelle Elizabeth LoFurno
Ashley Lauren Lucci
Jessica K. Mahoney
Keisha Denise Manning
Elizabeth G. Mietlicki
Shannon Lynn Mongalise
Kristina E. Parker
Amanda Michelle Patterson
Julianne C. Payne
Michelle L. Rechin
Bryan M. Rotella
Meilyn Ruiz
Aaron M. Sabatini
Anna C. Santini
Erica J. Schebell
Chelsea E. Smith
Kathryn Elizabeth Steigerwald
Maria Catherine Stockings
Nina Marie Vandette

Kimberly Adams
Tracy Butler
Amanda Chapman
Kendra Daigler
Greg Dean
Michelle DeSimone
Danielle Douglas
Christine Engasser
Lisa Ewald
Stephanie Geier
Glenn Gwozdek
Erin Haseley
Melissa Holovics
Nicole Huber
Jaime Johnson
Lindsay Komm
Daniel LaRosa
Tricia Manarino
Amy McCalister
Meghan Miller
Lindsay Morse
Kathleen O'Brien
Eileen Palmer
Diana Pilarski
Kathleen Roche
Kathryn Rotolo
Dana Salvo
Justin Shavalier
Alexandria Smith
Tracy Stange
Jennifer Strasser
Lora DeWitt teBoekhorst
Janelle Tona
Kristen Yacono

Sara Annalora
Alexandra Bergman
Nicole Boerdner
Jessica Breunig
Michelle DeSimone
Michelle Dipaola
Nicole Dunbar
Carla Fasso
Erin Harper
Debra Henderson
Cory Hussar
Michelle Kamas
Danielle Kelliher
Brian Marianetti
Brendan McDermott
Katie McNamara
Kyle Morgan
Kari Nelson
Christina Pagano
Wendy Putt
Nevia Ramos
Matthew Smith
Sarah Telatnik
Craig Waldeck
Amanda Young

Tara Allen
Steven Bulger
Robert Bumbaco
Joseph Dubay
Robin Green-Liddell
Melissa Hall
Jamie Heftka
Jenna Hillman
Sarah Jordan
Roberta Keil
Megan Kelly
Cassie Lindstrom
Daniel O'Neill
Stacey Petit
Denise Phillips
Tanya Poeller
Lisa Scarciotta
Michael Spin
Katie Sullivan
Katherine Swarthout
Sarah Tabone
Jennifer Teal
Claire Towey
Monica Wagner
Erin Welch

Rebecca Baio
Christina Barauskas
Valerie Basinait
Tara Blaisdell
Sarah Brown
Benjamin Burson
Maida Ciciarelli
Ashleigh Cirilla
Jennifer Constantino
Rachelle DiMatteo
Theresa Ditlow
Terence Fassanella
Tracey Garner
Jennifer Griffith
Sarah Hanny
Kristin Kocsis
Andrew Kujawa
Rhona Larcher
Shannon Law
Kelly Marolf
Sean McManus
Paula Miller
Christopher Mooney
Kari Moorhead
Jamie O’Grady
Julie Rathman
Gretchen Rauch

Suzanne Alvarez
Jenny Baird
Eric Bilson
Mary Cutia
Rachel Daviau
Stacy Gallagher
Kara Grooms -
Victoria Hamm
Rohna Harrison
Emily Lorenz
Michael Makula
MaryEllen Mercer -
Deanna Monteith
Megan Opera
Sara Peltz
Julie Pettapiece
Sarah Piskor
Christina Polino
Allison Polizzi
Rebecca Przystal
Bryna Schneidman
Melissa Stano

John Barnett
Erica Blackman
Jennifer Blackmar
Timothy Bronson
Angela Cardone
Sarah Drasgow
Jessica Englert
Timothy Hartman
Janice Harvey
Yvonne Isom
Dennis LaLonde
Brandon Lee
Darren McDougall
Kimberly Nappo
Kelly O’Connell
Dawn Romagnola
Yolanda Sanchez
Cynthia Stappenbeck
Kelly Sutliffe
Steven Tallides
Jasmine Williams

Allport, Shannon
Baker, Paula
Bowden, Jennifer
Brenon, Nicole
Bulson, Sara
Coleman, Kelly
Czapla, Jennifer
DePrima, Gina
Dingwall, Sandra
Doerflinger, Alicia
Gialto, Nicole
Gress, Christie
Hast, Sara
Hurlburt, Jaime
Majors, Gretchen
Mance, Fran
Murray, Nicole
Poland, Danielle
Provino, Kari
Roberts, Catherine
Sloan, Jerry
Triplet, Joseph
Weygandt, Scott

Abdullah, Hassan
Aguayo, Gina
Betters, Mary Ellen
Bunnell, Sharon
Clayton, Judith
Evans, Sarah
Finnerty, Todd
Hanford, Casterdell
Iannarelli, Andrea
Lynch, Patricia
Montgomery, Daniel
Pearce, Heather
Poullos, Tiffany
Salerno, Wanda
Santos, Samantha
Seabrook, William
Such, Kelly
Symmonds, Jamie

Adamczyk, Kristine
Glidden,Dana
Harrigan, Paul
Hiney, Kerry
Kreiger, Melissa
Mastrella, Frank
McCarthy, Sean
Montanari, Andrea
Moran, Timothy
Ornitz, Sheri
Patterson, Holly
Prygon, Denise
Reid, Lisatta
Rich, Latrica
Rieger, Diane
Uhrich, Lisa

Abbott, Nicole
Bergen, Sara
Corcoran, April
DelVecchio, Anthony
Flynn, Allyson
Gruszka, Kimberly
Hoffmeister, Kathie
Martinez, Micaela
Morello, Marie
Ornella, Stephen
Pericelli, Deborah
Peterson, Julie
Rautenstrauch, Karl
Thomas, Melissa
Tibollo, Gregory
Waters, Cristina

Ebert Award Winners

2007 - Adrienne West

2006 - Melissa Dengler

2005 - Erin Haseley

2004 - Kari Nelson

2003 - Denise Phillips

2002 - Kari Moorhead

2001 - Julie Pettapiece

2000 - Steven J. Tallides

1999 - Danielle L. Poland

1998 - Patricia A. Lynch

1997 - Paul J. Harrigan

1996 - Julie A. Peterson, Karl R. Rautenstrauch

1995 - Theresa A. Burke

1994 - Mary Jo Manzi, Katherine Nelson

1993 - Andrea DiGiorgio

1992 - Linda A. Polinski, Todd J. Walter

1991 - Elaine M. Flynn

1990 - Jennifer L. Murdock

1989 - Theresa Gannon

1988 - Donald L. Bojens

1987 - Dawn Pillitieri

1986 - Henry W. Chapman

1985 - Betty J. Lamb, Christopher E. Reilly

Alumni with Doctorates


               
NameNU Grad Yr.Program/Degree
Dr. Joanne Basta1984  SUNY Buffalo/Ph.D. (Math Ed.)
Dr. Maureen Dasey-Morrales1984SUNY Albany/Ph.D.  (Couns. Psy)
Dr. Michael McCann   1984SUNY Albany/Ph.D. (Couns. Psy)
Dr. Christopher Reilly1985Bowling Green/Ph.D. (Indust. Psy)
Dr. Paul Shaw1985Univ. of Chicago/Ph.D (Biological Psych.)
Dr. Henry Chapman1986Alfred Univ. (Psy.D)
Keith Roseboro, J.D. 1986SUNY Buffalo Law School/J.D.
Dr. Jack Brull  1987St. John's University/PsyD (School Psych.)
Dr. Dawn Bradway1989Connecticut/Ph.D. (Genetics)
Dr. Theresa Gannon1990Temple/Ph.D. (Clinical Psy)
Dr. Myra McNaughton1990Capella Univ. Educ. Psych. Ph.D.
Dr. Sheila Moody1991Syracuse University/1997 (School Psy)
Dr. Timothy Belavich1992Bowling Green/Ph.D. (Clinical Psy)
Dr. Bryan Aldrich1993Parker College of Chiropractic/D.C.
Dr. John Sullivan1993U. of Hartford/ Psy.D. Clinical
Doreen (DeJoseph) Hoffman, J.D. 1994SUNY Buffalo Law/J.D.
Dr. Todd Walter   1994Ph.D. Florida/2001(Couns. Psy)
Andrew Good1995Univ. Denver/PsyD.
Dr. Paul Harrigan1997Miami/Ph.D. Cand. (Couns. Psy)
Melissa Krieger   1997U.Western Mich./Ph.D. Cand(Clin Psy)
Dr. Gina Aguayo1998SUNY Albany/Ph.D. 2004 (Couns. Psy)
Dr. Todd Finnerty   1998Forest Inst./Psy.D. (Clin Psy)
Patti Lynch  1998Virginia Commonwealth/Ph.D. Cand (Dev)
Diane Rieger1998Syracuse/Ph.D. Candidate (Counseling)
Fran Mance1999SUNY Buffalo Law/J.D.
Joseph Triplet1999NY College of Chiropractic Medicine/D.C.
Dr. Danielle Poland   1999Kent State/Ph.D. 2005 (Clin Psy)
Gretchen Majors   1999Florida/Ph.D. Cand. (School Psy)
Dr. Shannon Allport1999ISPP/Psy.D. 2008 (Clin Psy)
Dr. Alicia Doerflinger   1999Purdue/ Ph.D 2005 (Neuroscience)
Jessica Englert2000SUNY Buffalo/Ph.D. Cand. (Couns. Psy)
Dawn Romagnola2000Pepperdine Univ./Psy.D. Cand. (Clin Psy)
Cindy Stappenbeck2000U. Texas-Austin/Ph.D. Cand. (Clin. Psy)
Michelle Good (Psy minor) 2001Pace University-Manhattan/Psy.D. (Clin Psy)
Dr. Julie Pettapiece2001S.Illinois/Ph.D. 2005 (Clin Psy)
Ashleigh Cirrila2002Villanova Law/J.D. Candidate
Gretchen Rauch2002Hofstra University Law/ J.D. Candidate
Molly Remito2002LaSalle University/Psy.D. Cand  (Clin)
Dr. Jenna (Hillman) Symons 2003Adler School Chicago/Psy.D.  (Clin)
Cassie Lindstrom 2003UNC-Charlotte, Ph.D. Cand. (Clin. Health Psych)
Erin Welch2003Argosy Univ. Chicago/Psy.D. Cand  (Clin)
Michelle DiPaola 2004Argosy Univ. Chicago/Psy.D. Cand  (Clin)
Erin Haseley 2005Central Michigan University/Ph.D. Cand. (Clin)
Melisa Holovics 2005U. of Texas at Arlington/ Ph.D. Cand. (Exper Psy)
Melissa Dengler2006U. of Georgia/Ph.D. Cand. (Dev. Psych.)
Mary Ann Honors 2006Purdue Univ./Ph.D. Cand. (Behav. Neuroscience)
Michelle Lofurno 2006U. of Hartford/Psy.D. Cand. (Clinical)
Jessica Mahoney 2006Argosy Univ. Tampa /Psy.D. Cand. (Clinical)
Elizabeth Mietlicki 2006Univ. at Buffalo/Ph.D. Cand. (Beh. Neuroscience)
Adrienne West 2007Central Michigan/Ph.D. Cand. (Clinical)