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Four Tips for Helping Children Manage Holiday Stress

December 1, 2022

PCOM psychology expert Jessica Kendorski, PhD, offers four tips to help children manage holiday stress related to changes in routines and traditions.

Anja Dietrich (EdS) Shares Her Student Story

September 14, 2022

Anja Dietrich explains why she chose PCOM and how the EdS program is preparing her for a career in school psychology.

It's a Sign: Graduate Sees Her Name in Lights

August 31, 2022

The story of Kristine Smalls, a recent Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) graduate, and the graduation gift from her mother has gone viral.

Student Stories: Nya Murray (MS/MHC)

June 23, 2022

Hear Nya Murray's story of her calling to become a mental health professional and the path that led her to PCOM's master's in Mental Health Counseling program.

Students Participate in Advocacy Day

May 3, 2022

The Department of Clinical Psychology hosted its annual Advocacy Day, an event that strives to promote interprofessional education among PCOM students.

A Humble Genius

April 14, 2022

Beloved professor David Festinger, PhD, is remembered as an amazing instructor and researcher—and an even better person.

PCOM Students Celebrate Match Day

March 25, 2022

For the first time in over two years, PCOM students gathered in-person to celebrate Match Day with family, friends, faculty and administrators.

Pursuit of Behavioral Health Career Leads to Center for Brief Therapy

March 21, 2022

Kristen Hawk-Purcell (PsyD '23) will continue her professional journey at a site which will allow her to gain experience treating the specific populations in which she wants to specialize.

Clinical Psychology Student Discusses Residency Match

March 18, 2022

Mallory Christman (PsyD '23) will continue her professional journey in behavioral health at PCOM's Center for Brief Therapy.

Kendorski Elected to APA Board of Educational Affairs

December 3, 2021

In this role, Dr. Kendorski will work closely with the other board members to recommend educational policy for the American Psychological Association.