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Rebecca Assadnia (firstname.lastname@example.org) earned her B.A. in Psychology from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville and her M.A. in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Indianapolis. While in her master’s program, Rebecca completed her practicum working at a residential substance use facility. Her current research and clinical interests include rural mental health, substance use, and trauma. In her spare time, Rebecca enjoys being with her family and watching football.
Hanako Baker (email@example.com) received her B.S. in Psychology at the University of California, San Diego, and received her M.S. in Marriage and Family Therapy at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. Hanako’s research focus is on minority populations, especially immigrants and racial minorities. Hanako’s clinical interests include treating families, couples, and underserved populations such as immigrants and refugees. She loves cats, and she runs half-marathons as self-care.
Daniel George (firstname.lastname@example.org) earned his B.S. in Psychology and his M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Appalachian State University. He has worked with clients in college counseling centers and integrated care settings where he is interested in the integration of third-wave therapies such as ACT with other approaches, including coherence therapy and existential psychotherapy. His research primarily focuses on the confluence of technology and psychotherapy.
Jennifer Oh (email@example.com) completed her bachelor’s degree at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor in Political Science and English. She went on to complete her MA in Education at Brooklyn College and earned her MSW at the University of Georgia in Athens. Jennifer has completed her practicum at the VA medical center in Atlanta, TriArea Community Health Center and is now providing therapy at Virginia Tech Cook Counseling Center. Her research interests include multicultural counseling, gender and counseling, and resilience and recovery of trauma. Jennifer is a certified yoga instructor and enjoys the practice while finding opportunities to share it with others.