Associate Professor - Combined Clinical/Counseling Specialization
I am is currently an Associate Professor at Utah State University in the Department of Psychology and Director of the American Indian Support Project (AISP). I am a citizen of the Cherokee Nation. My clinical and research interests are in addressing trauma across the life span. My research has focused on bias/prejudice/racism, health disparities, and domestic violence and other trauma experienced by ethnic and racial minorities, especially American Indians. My interdisciplinary training allows her to consider the convergence of these topics with law and policy. Other interests include the dissonance of the APA ethics code with culture, multicultural competence, and mentoring. I earned dual degrees in Clinical Psychology, Policy, and Law (Ph.D./J.D.) with a certificate in Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy at the University of Arizona. I completed my predoctoral internship at the University of California San Diego and San Diego VA consortium. I have a master’s of science in psychology from Western Washington University and a bachelor of arts in psychology from the University of Nebraska. American Indian Support Project (AISP) for the Combined Clinical/Counseling PhD specialization at USU Society of Indian Psychologists (SIP)
I will not be interviewing graduate students for admission during the upcoming 2023 application cycle.