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Victor Bullock (email@example.com) earned his B.S. in Criminal Justice/Criminology and Psychology from Longwood University, and his M.A. in counseling psychology with a specialization in forensic psychology from Adler University. During his master’s program, Victor completed his practicum working at a nonprofit organization doing substance abuse counseling. His current clinical and research interests include police psychology, individual psychology, and assessment. On a warm summer day, you can find Victor out in his hammock.
Alyson Faires (firstname.lastname@example.org) earned her B.A. in Psychology from the University of Southern Maine and her M.S. in Clinical-Counseling Psychology from Radford University. In her master’s program, Alyson’s research focus was on poly-victimization and distress in both college and incarcerated populations. Alyson also gained clinical experience at a mental health unit of a correctional facility. Alyson’s research interests include trauma, program development, and mental health issues and recidivism in incarcerated populations.
Kamille Harris (email@example.com) received her master’s degree in clinical counseling at Radford University and her B.A. in Psychology at North Carolina A&T State University. While in her master’s program, she worked for an adolescents and families unit of a community-based mental health organization. Her research and clinical interests include positive youth development among African American girls, trauma, and IPV. Kamille is currently developing a qualitative study investigating the impact of culture-based coping among Black female graduate students. In her spare time, Kamille enjoys Netflix and Sims 4.