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PsyD Grads & Dissertation Topics 2017

August 11, 2017

Congratulations to our 2017 PsyD graduates!  Dissertations will soon be available on ProQuest for students, faculty, and staff.


Roxanne Christensen, PsyDRoxanne Christensen

Transcending the Gates of Evin: Iranian Political Prisoners’ Experience of Survival

 

 


Nicole Czech, PsyDNicole Czech

The Woman’s Experience of Being Raised by a Dieting Mother

 

 


Amanda Sternitzky, PsyDAmanda Sternitzky Gurny

The Single Mother’s Experience of the Empty Nest

 

 

 


Debra Hamilton, PsyDDebra Hamilton

Exploring Childhood Trauma and Problem-Solving Appraisal, Relative to Adult Psychopathology

 

 


Melanie Ho, PsyDMelanie Ho

Women’s Sexual Self-Concept

 

 

 


Brittany Knox, PsyDBrittany Knox

Infant Feeding Determinants

 

 

 


Blerina Vila, PsyDBlerina Lumaj

The Experience of Albanian-Americans’ Bicultural Lifestyle

 

 


Betsy Muenk, PsyDElizabeth Muenk

The Experience of Shame in the Dissertation Process

 

 

 


Lindsay Najor, PsyDLindsay Najor

The Parents’ Experience of Their Child’s Opiate Addiction

 

 


Stephen Peters, PsyDSteven Peters

Military Veterans’ Perception of Communicating Forward Deployment

 

 


Sheena Sharma, PsyDSheena Sharma

Residents’ and Early-Career Physicians’ Experience of Patient Death

 

 


Ayana Simmons, PsyDAyana Simmons

The Relationship of Parentification to Self-Efficacy and Resilience

 

 


Kelly Tatarelli-Mullins, PsyDKelly Tatarelli-Mullins

The Clinician’s Experience of Treating Individuals with Recurrent Alcohol Dependence

 

 


Sara Vandenberg, PsyDSara VanDenBerg

Clinicians Experience of Their Own Mental Health Challenges While Providing Treatment

 

 


Priscilla Zoma, PsyDPriscilla Zoma

Parenting Styles and Well-Being Within the Chaldean Community

 

 


Generic silhouetteDerek Zuhlke

Experiences of Coming Out as an Atheist