Drs. Kathryn LaBore and Marina Rosenthal have received an Institutional Courage Research Grant to explore how institutions like universities engage in institutional betrayal related to systemic forms of oppression experienced by their members. Institutional betrayal involves action or inaction on the part of an institution that makes something that is already harmful – such as discrimination – […]
Signe Nestingen, Psy.D., a professor and director of clinical training for Saint Mary’s Psy.D. in Counseling Psychology program, is receiving two honors from the U.S. Navy. This spring, she will receive the U.S. Navy’s Impact Influencer Award. Candidates for this award exemplify education and have been exceedingly impactful to the U.S. Navy Medical Recruitment Program. […]
Story by Tom Brandes Quincy Guinadi, an international student and fourth-year counseling psychology doctoral (Psy.D.) student at Saint Mary’s Minneapolis campus, formed her worldview during her first year in the program. She was born in Jakarta, Indonesia, moved to Singapore at age 5, and came to the U.S. in 2012 to begin her undergraduate studies […]
Several faculty members and one doctoral student received awards from the Minnesota Psychological Association in October.
Karen Spencer M’19 has always been interested in international affairs, having done several study abroad trips during her undergraduate studies. A trip to a Liberian refugee camp in Ghana in 2004, though, helped galvanize her professional passions and her future studies.
One of the first things Jesse Moonen M’16, D’19 (she/her) shares with someone she’s first meeting is her preferred pronouns. To her, it’s important to give people a voice, especially the marginalized. In her work as a post-doctoral fellow, the marginalized are often transgender clients, which is why she decided to focus her dissertation on the subject.
Calvin Yang M’17 always wanted to learn more about his identity as an American-born member of the Hmong community. It turns out he was far from alone in his pursuit.
For years, depression has been associated with cognitive difficulties. Blair Honsey M’17, a Saint Mary’s doctoral student, is the lead author on a study, which provides a new perspective.