PsyD in Clinical Psychology, Georgia Southern University, 2014
MS in Clinical Psychology, Augusta State University 2008
BS in Psychology, Georgia College and State University, 2006
AS in Psychology, Middle Georgia College, 2002
Clinical Psychology, Psychological Testing, Differential Diagnosis, Learning Disorders, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Disability in College.
A lifelong Georgia native, I've had the opportunity to work and train in various contexts across the state. Although I have a keen interest in adult therapy and counseling (having completed both my pre-doctoral internship and part of my post-doc at University Counseling Centers), the major thrust of my career has been in disability testing and diagnosis in the college setting. To that end I have had the opportunity to work at two Regents Centers for Learning Disorders, first at Georgia Southern while I was completing my doctorate and here at Georgia State University for the better part of the last decade.
In my current role as director of the RCLD at Georgia State, I have a hand in direct clinical services, training, administration, and consultation with a wide variety of institutions and individuals here at Georgia State and throughout the Georgia University System. I am also a co-teacher for the introductory Assessment class for doctoral psychology students.