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Part 1: Voices from AUNE PsyD Graduates in the Time of the Pandemic

The AUNE PsyD in Clinical Psychology Program put out a call to their graduates asking what they were doing during the pandemic and for some words of wisdom and advice on getting through and doing the work of a psychologist at this time.

“We were thrilled to hear from so many of our esteemed graduates and we will be posting their responses on our website each week,” said Dr. Kathi Borden, Professor and Child and Family Consultant. “The Antioch spirit is strong and deep and we are so grateful to see how it has grown and flourished throughout the world.”

This week we have a video from Dr. Chelsi Day (Antioch University New England, PsyD ’12) a sport psychologist with the Ohio State Buckeyes. She is an Assistant Clinical Faculty through the School of Medicine but works 100% as a sport psychologist in the Department of Athletics. She was always motivated by her dream to be a sport psychologist and we are grateful to her for sharing some of that dream with us. She can be reached on Twitter @sportpsychmind or at [email protected]

We also have some comments by Dr. Laura Hilton, now Laura Pinti, (Antioch University New England, PsyD) from Connecticut, who has recently made some changes in her work life and has embraced the telehealth world during this time. Laura has a Psychology Today profile, and her business name is Connected Psychological Services & Consulting, LLC (no website… yet!). You can also reach her at [email protected].

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