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2012-2013 Doctoral Psychology Interns
Melinda Honeycutt, M.A.
Melinda comes to Ohio University from Portland, Oregon, where she is enrolled in the PsyD program for Clinical Psychology at Pacific University. She also received her Masters degree in Counseling Psychology from Pacific in 2008. Prior to that Melinda completed her undergraduate degree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, majoring in psychology. Her previous clinical experiences include facilitating groups for victims and perpetrators of domestic violence, as well as working with individuals for a variety of different concerns. Her interests include issues of adjustment, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, and concerns related to body image.
Johanna Malaret, M.A.
Johanna received her M.A. in Education with a Concentration in Social Justice and Multicultural Counseling at San Diego State University. She is currently working towards her Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University, Los Angeles. Her passions are nestled at the intersection of psychology and social
justice activism. Johanna's clinical and research interest include LGBT affirmative psychotherapy, identity development and intersectionality, resilience in the transgender community, Latina/o mental health, multicultural competence in training and supervision, sexual trauma, domestic violence, relationship concerns, and couples and group therapy. Her approach to therapy blends multicultural, interpersonal, feminist and humanistic theoretical orientations to support individuals and communities ability to increase emotional wellness, live authentically, and experience fulfilling relationships.
Amber Silverman, M.A.
Amber received her Bachelor's in Psychology and Family Studies at Miami University. She then moved to Chicago where she obtained her Master's in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. Currently, Amber is finishing her final year in the doctoral program at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology and is excited to be completing her doctoral internship at Ohio University's Counseling and Psychological Services. Amber's dissertation focuses on sexual behaviors in college freshmen and her primary areas of clinical interest are interpersonal and relational issues, family of origin concerns, mood disorders, and issues of gender and sexuality identity. Her approach to therapy is influenced by an integration of interpersonal process, psychodynamic, and person-centered approaches.
J. Alex Reed
Psychology/Counseling/Social Work Trainees
Valessa St. Pierre
Past Predoctoral Psychology Interns
2011-2012 Predoctoral Psychology Interns
Meghan Kean, M.A.
Matthew Kellar M.A.
Anna Stark. M.S.
2010-2011 Predoctoral Psychology Interns