Our Interns

Current and Past Doctoral Interns 

2019-2020

Kendal Cassidy

Field: Psy.D. in Counseling Psychology
Academic Program: University of Nebraska-Lincoln (APA)
Developing Speciality* at CHWS"
First Postion After Internship:
Professional Setting:

Alexandra Emery

Field: Psy.D. in Counseling Psychology
Academic Program: University of Nebraska-Lincoln (APA)
Developing Speciality* at CHWS"
First Postion After Internship:
Professional Setting:

Megan Martinez

Field: Psy.D. in Counseling Psychology
Academic Program: University of Northern Colorado (APA)
Developing Speciality* at CHWS"
First Postion After Internship:
Professional Setting:

2018-2019

Program Field Developing Specialty Professional position after internship
Wright Institute Psy.D. in clinical psychology Narcissistic families Private practice
Pepperdine University Psy.D. in clinical psychology Positive Psychology Postdoctoral training at a VA
Pepperdine University Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology Therapist authenticity Psychological Resident at a UCC
 2017-2018      
Wright Institute Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Outreach & Community Psychology Postdoctoral resident at a UCC
Alder University Psy.D. in Clincal Psychology Trauma and Eating Disorders Staff psychologist at a UCC
George Fox University Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Attachment Theory Postdoctoral resident at a UCC
2016-2017      
New Mexico State University Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology Harm Reduction for Substance Abuse Prevention LHMC and Psychological Resident in Private Practice
Pacific University Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Clients presenting with sexual assault and related trauma Contract Psychologist
Pacific University Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Trauma informed clinical work Psychological Resident
2015-2016      
Hawaii School of Professional Psychology Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Multicultural Student Support Psychological Resident
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology LGBTQUIA Population Temporary Counselor
Pacific University Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Eating Disorders, Sexual Assault Postdoctoral Residence
2014-2015      
Pacific University Clinical Psychology LGBTQUIA, Trans Resources Psychologist
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology Clinical Psychology Outreach & Stigma Reduction Staff Psychologist and AOD Specialist
Pacific University Clinical Psychology Sexual Assault: Prevention & Services Psychological Resident
2013-2014      
Pacific University Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Mindfulness Meditation and Mindfulness-based approaches to therapy Staff Psychologist
Pacific University Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Working with LGBTQ students Staff Psychologist
Argosy-Atlanta Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Sex Positive Relationships and Communication Staff Psychologist under supervision at a UCC
2012-2013      
Pacific University Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Eating Disorders Postdoctoral Fellow
Pacific University Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology LGBTQ & Relationship Health Private Practice
2010-2011      
Seattle Pacific University Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology Relationship Dynamics & Substance Abuse AFSP Project Coordinator & Postdoctoral Resident
George Washington University Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Substance Use & Trauma Postdoctoral Fellow
2009-2010      
Pacific University Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Sports Psychology Postdoctoral Resident
Pacific University Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Sports Psychology Postdoctoral Resident
2008-2009      
University of Florida Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Postdoctoral Fellow
Chicago School of Professional Psychology Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology Sports Psychology Postdoctoral Resident
2007-2008      
George Washington University Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Sexual Assault and Healthy Relationships Postdoctoral Resident
Minnesota School of Professional Psychology Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Suicidality, Trauma, and Substance Use Private Practice
2006-2007      
Texas School of Professional Psychology Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Holistic Treatment of Moderate Psychopathology Psychology Resident
Argosy University- Phoenix Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Sports Psychology Staff Psychologist
2005-2006      
Argosy University- Seattle  Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Assessment and Treatment of Life-Threatening Behavior Post-Doctoral Fellow
Seattle Pacific University Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology Trauma Recovery Staff Psychologist
2004-2005      
Argosy University- Seattle Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology Risk Reduction for Self-Harm Psychologist
Pacific University Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Attachment Theory Group Practice Psychology Resident
2003-2004      
Argosy University- Seattle Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Working Class Issues Staff Psychologist
Pacific University Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Private Practice Group Psychotherapy
2002-2003      
Illinois School of Professional Psychology Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Compulsive Behaviors and Anger Management Post-Doctoral Fellow in Human Sexuality
Argosy University- Washington D.C. Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Dialogues with Students of Color on their Attitudes Towards Counseling Staff Psychologist
2001-2002      
University of Washington Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision Ethnicity and its Relation to Food and Alcohol Use Staff Psychologist
George Washington University Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Assessing Attention Defecit Disorder in College Students Psychology Resident, Adolescent Recovery Center
2000-2001      
University of Denver Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology Brief Dynamic Psychotherapy and Therapist Self-Disclosure Post-doctoral Clinical Fellow in Infant Mental Health
University of San Francisco Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology Clinical and Outreach Flexibility Staff Psychologist

 

 

 

* The Developing Specialty as an internship activity is described in the Training Content section of this website.

Counseling, Health & Wellness Services turned to the singular training of Pre-Doctoral Interns in 2000. Prior to 2000 we had many other fine counselors, social workers, and psychologists train with us, part-time. From 1986-1999, our trainees were an eclectic mix of:

  • Master’s students in counseling doing their clinical field placements
  • Early doctoral students preparing for application to pre-doctoral internships
  • Post-doctoral residents completing supervised hours towards psychologist licensure
  • MA and MSW professionals completing supervised hours towards counselor licensure
  • MA-level professionals preparing for application to doctoral programs