- Title: Outreach Graduate Teaching Fellow
- Additional Roles: Outreach GTF
Professional Interests: My professional interests include multiculturalism/diversity, social justice, clinical work, outreach/prevention, and research.
Personal Interests: In my spare time, I enjoy creating glass artwork, hiking, tennis, and watching documentaries. I love spending time with friends and family!
UO Love: I love Eugene coffee/tea shops.
- Title: Graduate Teaching Fellow
- Additional Roles: Eating Disorders GTF
Professional Interests: My approach to therapy is largely interpersonal, focusing on the relationship between client and therapist; this approach is bolstered by feminist multicultural and ecological theories. I aim to consider how a client's experiences with power, oppression, and privilege; cultural identities; social locations; and environmental systems impact their presenting concerns and our relationship. My main clinical interests include: eating disorders, complex trauma, anxiety, and identity development.
Personal Interests: A stamp on my passport, a trip to the theater, and delicious dessert are quite possibly my three favorite things. I am also passionate about running on the beautiful Eugene trails, practicing yoga, and dancing my way through life.
UO Love: I love Pacific Northwest summers! Having three months of uninterrupted sun after lots of grey makes me so much more appreciative of the warmth and energy a bright, sunny day provides.
- Title: Assessment Graduate Teaching Fellow
- Additional Roles: Assessment GTF
Professional Interests: Program evaluation, mental health service utilization, promotion of well-being and mental health literacy, creating accessible services. My clinical interests include adjustment and identity concerns, career counseling, depression, anxiety, and existential theory.
Personal Interests: Playing kickball, cooking, playing drums and listening to live music.
UO Love: Bike riding around such a bike friendly city and campus.