Meet the Graduates

Class of 2019

 

Listed below are recent graduates of the program and their current employment setting:

 
Graduate Year Doctoral Program Internship Current Position
 Carter Comrie, Ph.D.  2019  University of Detroit-Mercy  Central Washington University Integrated Psychologist in Family Medicine
 Chase Grosse, Ph.D  2019  Mercer University  University of Texas Director of Behavioral Science for Family Medicine Residency
 Hayley E. Frey, Psy.D.  2019  The Chicago School of Professional Psychology  The Emily Program  Private Practice
Laci Zawilinski, Ph.D. 2018 University of Southern Mississippi John D. Dingell VA Medical Center  Private Practice
Megan Meade-Higgins, PsyD 2018 Michigan School of Professional Psychology Eastwood Clinics, St. Clair Shores, MI  Private Practice
Laura Daniels, Ph.D. 2017 East Carolina University Cherokee Health Systems Director of Behavioral Science for Family Medicine Residency
Jessica Van Huyesse, Ph.D. 2016 Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan West Virginia University School of Medicine, Charleston, West Virginia Director, Eating Disorder Program
Valerie Ball, Psy.D. 2016 Midwestern University, Downers Grove, IL Linden Oaks at Edward Hospital, Naperville, IL Private Practice
Danika Perry, Psy.D. 2015 Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Center for Brief Therapy at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Pediatric Integrated Primary Care
Grant Heller, Ph.D. 2014 University of Detroit Mercy Battle Creek VAMC Psychologist for Neurology and Clinical Neuropsychology
Rose Anne Illes, Ph.D. 2013 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee University of Wisconsin-Madison Director of Behavioral Science for Family Medicine Residency
Sylvia Malcore, Ph.D. 2013 University of Detroit-Mercy John D. Dingell Veterans Affairs Medical Center Psychologist for Spine & Pain Management
Aaron Grace, Psy.D. 2012 Baylor University Hunter Holmes McGuire VA Medical Center Director of Behavioral Science for Family Medicine Residency

 

 “This program paved my way to my career in medical education. When I was interviewing for positions, I not only had the confidence that I was one of the most prepared candidates for a faculty position, but I also had educational experiences listed on my CV and curricular material to hit the ground running. Graduates from this program are in leadership roles within the fields of clinical psychology, primary care, and medical education. Networking made easy.!

Laura Daniels, Ph.D. (2017)