My Education


College of St. Joseph, Rutland, Vermont

Undergraduate Degree: September 2013 – June 2017

Bachelor of Art in Psychology. (Cum Laude)

Courses of Study

Spring Semester 2013: Health Science; Philosophy; English; Business & Consumer Mathematics

Fall Semester 2013: Introduction to Statistics; Introduction to Psychology; Introduction to Sociology; Literature

Spring Semester 2014: Public Speaking; Seminar in Effective Living; Effective Writing; Research Methods; Principles of Learning; Human Development

Fall 2014: Writing for the Web; Website Development; Trauma & Grief; Forensic Science

Spring 2015: PTSD Survey; Foundations of Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counseling; Drugs and Society; Art Appreciation; Abnormal Psychology

Summer 2015: Ethics in Psychology; Statistics & Probabilities; Physical Fitness Training

Fall 2015: Theories of Counseling; Moral Issues; Cosmic Horror (Arts & Entertainment); Field Experience (Rutland Mental Health Services); Neuroscience

Spring 2016: Religion and Society; Crime in the Media; Introduction to Human Services; Health Psychology

Fall 2016: Research Methods; Organizational Psychology; Introduction to Criminal Justice; Culture and Community; History of Psychology

Provider Scholarship

As a scholarship fund recipient I was required to complete community service hours to give back to my community. I volunteered at events such as the annual Easter Egg Hunt; the annual trick or treating Halloween event; fundraising drive for Dismas House; Bingo with residents at the Bardwell House; and I organized a public screening of “The Anonymous People” through Faces and Voices of Recovery.

University of Vermont, College of Social Services & Education. Burlington, VT

Graduate Degree: August 2018 – August 2020

Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. (CACREP Accredited Program)

Courses of Study

Fall 2018: Human Development; Ethics; Counseling Theory; Lab Experience

Spring 2019: Diagnosis in Counseling; Practice of Mental Health Counseling; Counseling Practicum; Diversity Issues; Group Counseling

Summer 2019: Psychopharmacology; Research Methods

Fall 2019: Child & Adolescent Counseling; Family & Couples Counseling; Advanced Group Counseling; Internship (Central VT Substance Abuse Services)

Spring 2020: Assessment in Counseling; Addictions Counseling; Career Counseling; Internship (Central VT Substance Abuse Services)

Summer 2020: Trauma Informed CBT for Veterans; Postpartum/Perinatal Mental Health; Internship (Central VT Substance Abuse Services)