Talk to anyone who has completed their clinical training, and they will tell you becoming a psychologist is a process that begins early in your academic career. Laying the groundwork during your undergraduate years can provide a strong foothold into the field as well as into a graduate training program. One of the best ways to get involved as a student is to take advantage of the opportunities provided by your local undergraduate institutions. Universities are active breeding grounds for social science research and frequently employ students for pay or course credit.
Articles by Erin Severe, PsyD
Dr. Severe completed her Psy.D. degree in Clinical Psychology at the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University in Washington , D.C. after attending the University of Maryland for her undergraduate degree. She has worked on research investigating substance abuse in the college population and has significant experience testing children, adolescents, and adults with ADHD, learning disabilities, Autism, TBI, and related disorders, age-related memory impairment, and other neuropsychological concerns. Additionally Dr. Severe has training and experience in the treatment of individuals and families struggling with AD/HD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Depression, and Anxiety as well as having completed Level II training from the Gottman Institute in order to treat couples. She has also co-authored an article on substance abuse. Dr. Severe’s therapeutic approach is humanistic and strength based with a focus on mindfulness training.
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