Alumni Panel Speak About Broad Spectrum of Experiences

The Department was pleased to have a panel of five alumni, representing diverse settings and locations, come back to Antioch on September 28 to speak about their experiences in the work world, particularly in the roles of supervisor, administrator, and leader.

psyd-alumni-panel-2015This year’s panelists were: Laurie Guidry, PsyD (2000), President, Center for Integrative Psychological Services Inc., Concord, NH, and Greenfield, MA, President of the Massachusetts Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (MATSA), and Co-Chair of the Massachusetts Coalition for Sex Offender Management (MCSOM). She has been appointed by the governor of Massachusetts to the Commission to Reduce Sex Offense Recidivism and is serving on the Sexual Abuse Prevention Task Force; Dave Hamolsky, PsyD (1996), Director of Training of the Behavioral Health Services Division at L.U.K. Crisis Center, Inc., in Fitchburg, MA, and Adjunct Faculty member in both the Clinical and Applied Psychology departments at AUNE; Donna Hastings, PsyD (1986) Clinical Psychologist and owner, Naticook Counseling Resources, PA in Merrimack, NH; Matthew Stevens, PsyD, LMHC (2014), is a Clinical Supervisor for The Key Program, Key Intensive Treatment Group Home 1:3 in Springfield, MA, and Crisis Clinician/Per Diem Crisis Clinical Supervisor for the Carson Center for Human Services in Westfield, MA; and Stephanie Towns, PsyD (2014), a Postdoctoral Fellow in Clinical Neuropsychology and Brain Imaging, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, Lebanon, NH and an Adjunct Faculty member, Franklin Pierce University, Manchester, NH.

While this talk was part of the third- and fourth-year supervision and management classes, it was open to any Clinical Psychology faculty and students interested in hearing about life after Antioch University.


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