Psy.D. Clinical Psychology
Loyola University Maryland Baltimore, MD
Expected Graduation Spring 2021
I am a rising second year graduate clinician at the Loyola Clinical Centers who desires to work primarily with adult populations in my future clinical endeavors, both in therapy and in psychological assessment.
Expected Graduation Spring 2021
Graduated Summa Cum Laude
Earned 51 college credits concurrently in High School, including Advanced Placement (AP) credits.
3.9 GPA 30 ACT Graduated in Top 5 Percent of Senior Class of 850 students
Worked as PRN and full-time Core Float technician as part of a multidisciplinary team on eight inpatient units. Specialized in high acuity adult unit beginning September 2015. Offered patients therapeutic communication, led DBT skills groups, assisted with ADLs, and managed a variety of patient populations during behavioral codes and other high-stress events in the milieu. Selected as a member of UNI's Shared Governance Council to develop effective hospital policy changes with administrators and peers.
Responsible for serving customers and selling merchandise. Provided courteous service to customers in a timely manner to generate sales and drive conversion by engaging customers with superior service and attention. Provided solution-oriented feedback to store teams in an effective, constructive manner.
Responsible for running the store in the evenings, operating the cash register, managing the store's inventory of baked goods. Provided quality customer service by catering to our clients' requests. Assisted head baker with making and decorating assorted baked goods. Acted in supervisory role to fellow associates during closing shift.
Operated the control console to start and stop the ferris wheel. Maintained current knowledge of all control, loading, balancing, safety and emergency operating procedues. Monitored the condition of the equipment and operation of all moving parts at all times to ensure the ride operated properly and safely. Contributed to a positive work environment that fostered pride in being part of a winning team and promoted personal growth.
Monitored activities in swimming and slide areas to prevent accidents and provided assistance to swimmers. Cautioned swimmers regarding unsafe areas.Rescued swimmers in danger of drowning and administered first aid. Maintained order in swimming areas. Inspected facilities for safety and cleanliness.
Dr. Sheila Crowell, Ph.D. Personality, Emotions, Brain and Behavior Lab (PEBBL)
Summer 2014-May 2016
Lab Tasks and Experience
Gift Group Study (August 2014-May 2016)
Utah Teen Emotions Study (UTES)
Presentations and Publications
Undergraduate Research Symposium-- April 12, 2016, University of Utah
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Day-- April 22, 2016, University of Utah
Published Honors Thesis in the University of Utah's Undergraduate Research Journal, May 2016
January 17, 2017 Loyola's MLK National Day of Service Baltimore, MD
Worked at a local elementary school on beautification and cleaning projects honoring education and civil rights.
Oct-Dec 2013 Food Server St. Vincent De Paul Dining Hall Salt Lake City, UT
Served food to the homeless population in downtown Salt Lake City every Sunday evening. Interacted with homeless families, including children and those with disabilities, to provide small meals to take with them during cold weather months. Donated over two dozen homemade sandwiches weekly.
Aug 2012 - Jan 2013 MRI/Radiology Intern - Intermountain Medical Center Murray, UT
Worked as an assistant to MRI and radiology technicians in the Imaging department of Intermountain Medical Center. Informed patients of procedures being done, familiarized them with the unit, assisted with setting up the MRI machines, and was oriented to general procedures involved in the actual MRI imaging scans.
Mar 2008- May 2011 Radiology, Phlebotomy Lab and Gift Shop Volunteer -Alta View Hospital Sandy, UT
Radiology: Assisted incoming patients with paperwork, oriented them to unit and procedures, and assisted radiology technicians and office staff with small administrative tasks.
Phlebotomy Lab: Assisted incoming patients with paperwork, oriented them to unit and procedures, and assisted phlebotomy technicians and nurses with assorted laboratory tasks.
Gift Shop: Operated gift shop during business hours, organizing merchandise, assisting patients and their families with purchases and hospital directory information, delivering items to patient rooms, and managing till.
Maryland Psychological Association of Graduate Students (MPAGS) Spring 2017
University Neuropsychiatric Institute