You have finally graduated with your master’s or doctoral degree, got your first job and things seem great — until your grace period is over and that first student loan payment comes due (insert scary music here). You ask yourself, I have the degree, now what do I do about my student loan debt?!
Articles by Elizabeth S. Bradshaw-Livingston, PhD
Elizabeth Bradshaw-Livingston graduated with a doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology from Western Michigan University in 2011 and completed her APA accredited internship at the University of Iowa’s Counseling Services. She works as a licensed psychologist providing clinical services at a state inpatient hospital as well as serving in various roles on the hospital’s doctoral internship committee. These roles include primary supervisor, diversity didactic seminar facilitator and chair of the diversity committee. She also maintains a private practice in the Atlanta area with clinical interests that include Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, anxiety, intersecting identities and social justice issues. To contact Dr. Bradshaw-Livingston, visit her website at https://www.samudrapsychological.com
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