Alumni

2016-17

The Psychology Department would like to congratulate the following students:

Connor Peth ('17) will be attending University of Loyola - New Orleans College of Law School.

Jennifer Medlock ('17) will be teaching elementary education and coaching track and field in Memphis, TN for Teach for America.

Barry Murray ('17) will be attending University of Central Florida's School Counseling Master's program.

Paige Giillory ('17) will be attending Louisiana State University School of Medicine to complete a Master’s degree in public health as well as her medical degree.

Claire Oswald ('17 psychology minor) will be attending Washington University in St. Louis's Occupational Therapy Master's program.

Natalie Abraham ('17 psychology minor) will be attending Louisiana State University's Occupational Therapy Master's program.

Kirsten Thorn ('17) has accepted a job at Publix, with management (her emphasis is I/O) in the near future.

2015-16

The Psychology Department would like to congratulate the following students:

Karrie Quirin ('16) was hired as the first Sustainability Coordinator at Spring Hill College. In Fall 2017, she will be attending the University of Illinois at Springfield Master's program in Environmental Studies with a concentration in land management and policy.

Bridget Nourse ('16)  was accepted into the Lousiana State University Health Sciences graduate program.

Update: Abby Coakley taught through "Elevate English" in Southern Haiti for a year will be applying to nursing schools this fall.

2014-2015

The Psychology Department would like to congratulate the following students:

Update: Dylan Gardner ('15) is enrolled in the Master's of Sports Psychology program at Leeds Beckett University. He also played semi-professional soccer and has been coaching soccer for teams such as the Metro East Legacy FC.

Update: Jane Carriere ('15) will be attending the Master's in Art Therapy program at Florida State University in Fall.

Update: Jack Howard ('15) completed his Master's in Counseling Psychology at the University of Southern Mississippi and was recently accepted to their Doctoral program.

Update: Rachel McNeil ('15) will be attending LSU for Speech Language Pathology.

Update: Greg Overbeek ('15) is a research assistant at a neuroimaging and translational lab at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Update: Tempey Hamilton ('15) received her Master's in Social Work from the University of Alabama and is now a licensed Social worker in Washington, D.C.

Update: Regan Williams ('15) is working for a non-profit facility in Eastaboga, AL called Rainbow Omega Inc. It is a housing and work facility for residents with mental disabilities.

Update: Kathryn Jakubak Burke ('15) graduated from Louisiana State University Law School and will be working at the East Baton Rouge Parish Public Defender's office.

Update: Catherine Laughlin is in a Master's in school counseling program at Southeastern Louisiana University.

Update: Bria Bohanan is attending Officer Candidate School for the Marine Corps with the goal of being commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant after Officer School. After 6 months of leadership training, she hopes to become a ground intelligence officer or part of the USMC special forces (MARSOC or RECON).

Harrison McNab ('15) is enrolled in Adler University of Professional Psychology (MA Counseling Specialization in Sport and Health Psychology).

Madeleine (Maddie) LaForge ('15) was accepted into the Jesuit Volunteer Corps International Program. She will be volunteering in Tacna, Peru for two years. 

Kristen DeAngelo ('15) was accepted into the Delta State University's Masters of Arts in Teaching Program.

Chasity Douyon

Chasity Douyon

Congratulations Ashley Hill (’14) for being accepted into the University of West Florida Master’s in Social Work program.

“I will start the Social Work Program at the University of West Florida to get my M.S.W.  The program is full time 60 semester hours so I should be done in 2 years. I went to high school in Pensacola and absolutely love the community. The fact that the UWF MSW  program works closely with the families in the Pensacola community is what drew me to this program. I am especially excited to start the practicum part of the program! During my time at SHC I volunteered at Wilmer Hall Children’s Home and interned at BayPointe LesMoyne School. By volunteering and interning I realized I love working with kids so after I get my MSW I hope to work in the child welfare field of social work.

"(I am) currently pursuing an accelerated BSN/MSN in psychiatric nursing. I hope to establish myself in the mental health care industry by providing holistic, integrative and collaborative care to patients with a variety of psychological and psychiatric disorders. I have worked within inpatient, outpatient and private practice treatment facilities as a student shadow and mental health technician. I maintain a special interest in whole-person medicine, addressing my future patients as mental and emotional beings, members of communities and of physical bodies. I aim to integrate conventional mental health care, the use of drugs and psychotherapy, with alternative and complementary approaches. You can find my professional page here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/iacobuccijoseph/"- Joseph Iacobucci (updated 5/5/17)

2013-2014

The Psychology Department would like to congratulate the following students:

  • Update:Meg Devereaux ('14) graduated with her Master's in Neuroscience from Tulane University and is currently in a Doctoral Program and the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
  • Update: Edwin Burgess ('14)  is in the Lifespan Developmental Psychology graduate program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
  • Update: Severin Chambers was hired as the College Counselor in Miami at Belen Jesuit.
  • Update: A.J. (Castleberry) Howell (’10) graduated from the M.A.T. Program for Secondary Education- Social Science at Spring Hill College. She is teaching 6th grade social studies at Burns Middle School.
  • Update: Rebecca Benson ('14) was the Assistant Director and Teacher at a preschool in Birmingham and is now working on the Operations and Customer Service team at a tile and flooring company.
  • Lorenza Croom ('14) was offered a position as a Student Support Specialist at Columbia Southern University.
  • Chasity Douyon ('14) was accepted into the Liberty University's Marriage and Family Therapy Online program and the University of West Alabama's Counseling and Psychology Online program.
  • Samantha Samry ('14) was accepted into graduate school at Springfield College in Massachusetts.
  • Ashley Foxworth (’11) accepted a staff position at the University of Florida Health Science Center at the College of Veterinary Medicine.
  • Amy Lyons (’14) was accepted into the University of Texas-Tyler Master’s in Clinical Psychology program.
  • Kirsten Bordis (’14) was accepted into Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.
  • Update: Michelle Gad (’14) received her Master's in Forensic Psychology from Nova Southeastern University. She is currently enrolled in a Psy.D. program in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Post-Traumatic Stress at Adler University.
  • Cailtyn LaChute (’14) was accepted into the Saint Mary of the Woods Master of Arts in Art Therapy program.
  • Update: Eric Kaftan (’14) graduated from the UWM Master of School Psychology program and is now teaching K-8. 

The SHC Psychology Department would like to congratulate Cailtyn LaChute, Victoria Repp, Emily Martin, Carlee Sinkus, Amy Lyons, and Kirsten Bordis. Their research was accepted as poster presentations during the 2014 Georgia Undergraduate Research in Psychology (GURP) Conference.

" I graduated from Southern Mississippi in 2014 with my Master in Science in Marriage and Family Therapy. Shortly, after graduation I received a job with Altapointe Health Systems in fall of 2014 as Children Outpatient Therapist. March of 2016 I started my position as a school based therapist with Altapointe. I see children at Causey, Collier and ORouke in the Mobile County School System. From March 2015 till March 2017 I received supervision for licensure. This week my licensure was a approved and I am now a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of Alabama!"- Jennifer Cisco (Updated 5/5/17).

 

2012-2013

Congratulations to the 2013 Psychology Seniors for 100% pass rate of the ETS Exit Exam!

The Psychology Department would like to congratulate the following students:

  • Update: Ruth Bourque ('12)received her Masters in Occupational therapy 2016 from the University of South Alabama. She is currently a Pediatic OTL/R in Savannah, GA .
  • Update: Sally (Reese) Westendorf ('13) graduated from the Valdosta College Master’s in I/O Psychology Program! Sally was one of the founders of the SHC Peer One Project. She is currently working as a consultant at Huron.
  • Update: Annie Babbington will be attending Benedictine University to pursue a Masters In Business Analytics.
  • Daniel Jesus Iglesias ('13) was accepted into the Master’s Program at Barry University.
  • Joe Rowe ('13) was accepted into the Master’s Program at UWF
  • Jennifer Moore ('13) was accepted into the Master’s Program at ULL
  • Megan Zeringue (’13) was accepted into the Developmental Psychology PhD program at the University of New Orleans.
  • Update: Sean Maybery ('13) received his Master’s in Counseling program at St. Edward’s University and his LPC-Intern License.
  • Courtney Gibson ('13) was accepted into the PsyD program at NOVA University
  • Update: Cody Welliver ('13) graduated from the University of Southern California’s (USC) Davis School of Gerontology Master’s Program and is now working at Townsend Treatment Centers.
  • Update: Chalisse Peltier ('13) graduated from the MSW program at University of Alabama and is now working at Lifelines Counseling Services.
  • Update: Belen Gomez (’13) graduated with a Master's in Marriage and Family Therapy from Drexel University. She is currently an Adult Outpatient Therapist at Warren E. Smith Health Centers in Philadelphia.
  • Amy Ellis ('13) was accepted into the Peace Corps
  • Abby Berger ('13) was accepted into the Jesuit Volunteer Corps
  • Carolina Dominguez ('13) was accepted into the Jesuit Volunteer Corps (International Program in Belize) and to the Master’s in Psychology program at Barry University.

" I graduated with my masters in counseling from St. Edward's University in Austin, TX in August 2016 and my wife and I decided to move back to the Dallas area. I recently obtained my LPC-intern license and have been working for about a month at Integrated Psychotherapeutic Services of America (IPS) full-time. IPS is a nonprofit organization that provides IOP services for individuals who have criminal charges related to substance use. I run the low functioning men's and low functioning women's groups, as well as see these patients individually. Additionally, I am working at my supervisor's private practice running an anger management program."- Sean Maybery (updated 5/5/17)

Notable Accomplishments

  • Jennifer Moore ('13) and Belen Gomez ('13) have been accepted to present a poster at the CEPO/PSI CHI Poster Session at SEPA. Title: Effects of Divorce on offspring’s marital attitudes
  • Carolina Dominguez ('13) and Rebekah Rayburn ('13) have been accepted to present a poster at the Mid-South Psychology Conference. Title: Identity Functions and Race
  • Congratulations to the following students for being accepted to present at the Georgia Undergraduate Research in Psychology Conference: Carolinia Dominguez, Rebekah Rayburn, Edwin Burgess, Courtney Gibson, Amy Lyons, Kirsten Bordis, Daniel Jesus Iglesias, Caitlin LaChute, Aislinn Shevlin, Ann Babbington, Kirstyn Cline, Alex Himel, Ashley Hill, Carlee Sinkus, and Emily Martin.
  • Nate Tenhundfeld, Lab Manager of the JFZ Research Lab and SHC Admissions Counselor, was accepted to the PhD Cognitive Psychology Program at Colorado State University. Nate was also instrumental in several student publications and presentations.
  • Aislinn Shevlin ('13), psychology minor, was the founding editor of PAX, SHC’s peace and justice magazine.
  • Several students had their entries accepted and will be published in the 2013 Encyclopedia of Critical Psychology:
    • Victoria Gonzalez (class of 2012) and Carolina Dominguez (Class of 2013): Collaboration
    • Chalisse Peltier (class of 2013), Caroline Wilson (class of 2012), and Wendi Williford (class of 2011): Volunteering
    • Aislinn Shevlin (class of 2013) and Victorial Gonzalez: Domestic Violence
    • Joe Rowe (class of 2013): Achievement
    • Kirstyn Cline (class of 2013) and Megan Zeringue (class of 2012): Coping

2011-12

The Psychology Department would like to congratulate the following students:

Update: Elena Sledge (’12) graduated with her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Montavello and is now working at Altapointe Health Systems.

Update: Allyson Grillo ('12) graduated with her Master's in Early Childhood Education from Webster University.

Update: Afiya K. graduated with her Hooker Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2014. She started a nonprofit and mentoring company and also works as a mental health/substance abuse counselor.

2010-11

Lindsay Barter (’11) graduated from the University of South Alabama’s Radiologic Sciences graduate program and is now in the Master's program in Health Psychology at the University of the Sciences.

Update: Caitlin King ('13) graduated with a Master's in Non Profit Management. She is now the General Manger of Callanwolde Fine Arts Center and is acting at an Improv Theatre in Atlanta

2009-10

Update: Krystal Saberre ('10) received her Master's in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and is working as a Trainer at Landry, Inc.